One of the most versatile machines on any work site is the backhoe. If you…
Backhoes come in all types of sizes. You will see small backhoes that are suitable for working in tighter spaces and much larger backhoes for bigger construction projects. A good training course will prepare you for operating any size.
Backhoes are Versatile
Even small backhoes can achieve some outstanding results. This is one of the reasons why there are so many owner-operators of backhoes. Small backhoes are relatively inexpensive and offer a great way for entrepreneurial heavy equipment operators to get started on their own. Even if you are not thinking about going into business for yourself, you will find there are plenty of job opportunities for operators of backhoes. You can see them at every construction site that you go to.
Backhoes are used in a range of functions, not just in construction, but anywhere that digging is required. You see backhoes in use in agricultural, mining and even demolition related applications. Anywhere that you need to dig or move material, you are likely to see a backhoe in use.
Training in Backhoes
Getting certification to operate backhoes is a relatively straightforward process. The first thing you need to do is to contact us here at Associated Training Services. We have a nationally accredited training program and schools in various locations around the country. Once you have completed your training, we can take you out of the classroom (and simulated work environment) and put you into a real workplace with our job placement program. Our training schedules come in both full time and part time options. Give us a call today and we can get you on the road to a successful career operating backhoes.