Crane Institute of America

Training then Certification

This week is a perfect example of what Crane Institute can provide for you. Attend our 7-day Mobile Crane Operator Train-the-Trainer program followed by the 3-day CIC Practical Examiner Training program. Students that successfully complete these programs can receive a CIA Trainer Certification, CIC Authorized Practical Examiner Card, and an Accredited Mobile Crane Operator Certification. Since we do all the testing here, both written and practicals, your dollar goes further.

Speaking of testing, meet our CIC Proctor Anne Davison. Prior to being a proctor for CIC, Ann worked for AT&T and AAA. She has a B.S. in Professional Management and a Masters in Human Resource Development. We are pleased to have her as our proctor. However, don’t ask her anything about cranes, because she wont be able to help you, that’s not her area of expertise! ┬áThis makes her a great candidate for proctoring the written exams.

CIC procedures require that a non-bias 3rd party proctor the nationally accredited written exams. Crane Institute adheres to these strict guidelines, and we do this for the best price around!

Want to learn more about how you can become a CIA Trainer, CIC Authorized Practical Examiner and a Certified Crane Operator? Contact our office at 800-832-2726 or visit: http://www.craneinstitute.com/the-complete-package/

CIC Practical Examiner Training

Students learning how to conduct the CIC Practical Exams through a 'round-robin' process. Each students take a turn being the operator (test-taker), examiner and proctor.

Classroom training for mobile cranes

Classroom portion of the CIC Practical Examiner Training program led by Instructor Bill Schofield. At this time, some students were already outside working on crane practicals.

Proctoring the CIC written exams

Anne assisting students logging into their computer-based written exams.