Calgary Crane Training Schools - We have designed many programs for Mobile Crane Operation at our Crane Training Schools. These programs are recommended for the experienced operator who requires re-certification or certification, and for inexperienced operator who is searching for a job in the business. Crane operator positions are in demand because of their high pay. Crane operators are among the highest paid of whatever operator of heavy machinery.
Our Crane Training Schools include instruction and training for various mobile cranes. Course content consists of Crane Set-up, Wire Rope, Load Dynamics, Lift Planning, Signaling, Load Charts and Rigging.
The program is best for crane operators, riggers as well as their supervisors. The materials incorporated in the course would include a guidebook and lots of useful handouts. The illustrated safety guidebook consists of 100 to 250 pages, that depends on the course, of vital and useful material. Course materials include load charts and load chart exercises for the crane with which the individual training is working.
More than half of the course involves Hands-On Safety Training. Practical training is useful for developing and increasing personnel skills levels. Just experienced journeyman crane instructors are chosen to teach the courses. Our instructors have many years of experience in the industry.
Optional testing mechanisms are offered for all of our courses. Students would usually write tests both before and after training. A skills test is normally administered for programs that consist of H.O.S.T. People training will be tested and graded.
We provide certified training programs for the following cranes: Lattice Boom/Crawler Cranes; Fixed and Swing Cab Mobile Hydraulic Cranes; Rigging / Signalperson Certification and Training; Articulated Boom / Knuckleboom Cranes; In-The Seat Training and Testing & Certification.
Industry standards of practice are changing as new industry requirements surface. There are continual updates to legislation and regulations. Enhancements in technology and equipment continue to be made. Industry data analysis and collection detect trends which are changing. Members maintain the advantage of managing their training programs and certifications. Mobile device alerts keep members abreast of personal and workplace safety news.