1. Classroom Training – Emphasizing safe operating practices, proper crane setup and lift planning
2. Simulator Training – Learning load control in a non-hazardous environment
3. Hands-On Training – Practicing safe operating procedures, setup and load control
Resulting in a safer more efficient crane operator
Enroll today for our Mobile Crane Operator training program.
Crane Institute of America supports National Safety Month. National Safety Month is an annual observance to educate and influence behaviors around leading causes of preventable injuries and deaths.
One of the first steps in safety is training and Crane Institute of America provides industry-leading programs which focus on safe operating, inspecting and rigging procedures and techniques on different types of equipment. Educating personnel is the most effective way to maintain a safe job site.
Safety starts here. . .but ends with you!
Mobile Crane Operator Training program from the perspective of a Crane Institute employee, Eduardo Carcache.
I’ve been working at Crane Institute for over a year and felt well equipped to provide customers with the information and service they deserved but at this point there was still very little I knew about cranes, actually, I knew practically nothing, I’m a marketing major not a crane operator! Upon the insistence of our director and president, Jim Headley, I attended the three-day Mobile Crane Operator course offered at Crane Institute to further my knowledge about our business and to emulate the experience of our students. I would be lying if I said I wasn’t a bit nervous before class but those nerves were put to rest rather quickly due to the extremely comfortable atmosphere in class. Although it was obvious I was the new guy who knew nothing about cranes, the other students helped out whenever they could. Our class got to know each other a bit and before long we were talking like old pals. It was a good introduction into the “World of cranes.” In just the first day, I had learned more about cranes then I had ever known and I attribute that to our terrific instructors. Seeing one of our instructors in action and how effective they were in communicating the information was impressive. In addition, the instructor /student interaction was a welcome change from the usual co-worker interactions of the past. By the third and final day of class, I was thinking, “Hey, I can probably do this!” and after some review, we prepared to take our exams. In just three days I went from having very little crane knowledge to being a qualified mobile crane operator trainee. I consider this a testament to the training provided by...
Just three weeks ago Crane Institute brought all the instructors to the headquarters near Orlando, Florida. It is here that the instructors become the students! Meetings facilitated by James Headley and Bill Schofield included ensuring instructors know and understand current regulations and practices and reviewing programs to better fit the needs of the students.