Level I Rigger Certification - Time: 16 hr.
This two day course prepares the student for successful completion of the Level I Rigger Certification testing program. Students will participate in classroom instruction and hands-on workshops designed to allow for both the understanding and ability of knot tying and sling and rigging hardware connections. A practice test is given to students followed by a discussion of the correct answers and a review of the course material. After completion, students will not only be confident in their preparation for testing but more importantly, they will be able to competently perform the job requirements of Level 1 Rigger.
Level II Rigger Certification - Time: 16 hr.
This course prepares the student for successful completion of the Level II Rigger Certification testing program. Throughout the course students will complete extensive study in the use of hitch application, calculating off-set centers of gravity and weight distribution. Additionally, students will learn methods of determining sling tension and the rotation of suspended loads. Classroom and hands-on workshops are utilized to prepare students for both testing and to confidently gain the skills critical to having a successful rigging career.
Certified Signal Person Training - Time: 8 hr.
This one day course prepares the beginning and experienced signal person to meet the requirements needed to pass the written and practical testing requirements of OSHA. More importantly students will gain the skills needed to confidently communicate with crane operators in the field. Course work includes mobile, overhead and tower crane hand and voice communication. Students will become familiar with crane limitations that are impacted by crane movement and also learn the responsibilities for suspended personnel platforms. Student success is optimized through a combination of classroom workshops, hands-on practice and crane signal review.
Crane Operator Training - Please contact our office for information.