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Last Saturday, Heavy Equipment School posted our equipment job listings for the week. Included were several mobile crane operator positions, rigger jobs, and positions requiring a Class-A CDL (commercial drivers license). These are typical heavy equipment jobs. The difference between positions you’ll see on our job board from week to week usually has something to do with location. You may find jobs on the East Coast, West Coast, or in the heartland of the country. No matter where the positions are located, however, employers usually want someone who is either trained, experienced or both.
You can’t buy experience. Either you have it or you don’t. A 5-year on-the-job record of operating a forklift will go a long way in the heavy equipment professions, but if you don’t have that experience, then job training is the next best thing.
Heavy Equipment School offers formal training on all of the basic equipment you’ll run into on the job site. If you’ve already been trained on that equipment (cranes, forklifts, backhoes, scrapers, etc.) and you want to take your career to the next level, we offer rigger and signalperson training as well as Class-A CDL training. The crane certification training we offer will graduate you with a certificate from the National Commission for the Certification of Crane Operators (NCCCO). It means you’ll be employable anywhere in the United States.
Accreditation is very important. Whether you seek a crane operator certification, a rigger/signalperson certification, or a CDL, you’ll be proud to have completed the achievements that earn you that certification. And it will mean that you are ready to start your career.
Are you ready? Today could be the start of a long and profitable career in heavy equipment. Let’s get started.