There is a lot to think about for those individuals who are interested in a career as a crane operator. There is of course your crane operator training and then finding that all-important first job. You should also give serious thought to the type of crane you wish to operate, however, don’t expect to undertake training then walk into a job operating one of those large high-rise building cranes – it just won’t happen. They require the skills of very experienced operators. Whilst training and employment are important, you will also need to consider how you intend funding your training, whether or not you can travel each day to attend training, and the impact your training may have on your family.
The easiest path is to find a training school such as ATS that delivers a complete crane operator training program. This includes assistance with finance to cover your training costs, assistance with housing while attending training, and assistance to find that first job after you have completed your training. You will also need to complete the requirements for certification as a crane operator – you will need this certification to be eligible for employment as a crane operator. ATS Heavy Equipment Operator Schools can also help you obtain this certification.
By having everything handled under the one training program, you remove any stress from yourself. This means you can concentrate on your training. It also helps to reduce the effect that training may have on your family. It only takes three weeks of training to gain the skills required to commence work as a crane operator, and with crane operators earning lucrative pay checks each month, you’ll very quickly recover the costs of your training.
Crane operator training programs commence every three weeks, and they often fill quickly due to limited class sizes. We believe in giving our students as much in-the-seat training as possible whilst also ensuring they receive classroom-based training in safety and theoretical areas. Looking for a career as a crane operator? Take away the hassles by looking for a complete crane operator training program.