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How Many Heavy Equipment Jobs Can You Train For?
There’s no law that limits you to how much career training or jobs you can receive. A general rule of thumb is this: The more you know and the more you can do, the more valuable you’ll be to potential employers. For that reason, we recommend training on as many different types of heavy equipment as possible.
In the Heavy Equipment School basic course, you’ll be trained to operate the following equipment as a matter of course:
- Front end loaders
- Wheel Loaders
- Skid steers
- Road graders
- All-terrain forklifts
- Articulated haul trucks
You’ll also learn valuable and useful skills such as grade reading, soil identification, laser levels, worksite safety, reading site layouts, and basic heavy equipment maintenance. We won’t leave anything to chance. Your education will set the course of your heavy equipment career, so we take it seriously.
How to Get a Leg Up With Employers
Learning how to operate the basic heavy equipment you’ll see on most construction sites is the best way to get a foot in the door of a heavy equipment career, but going beyond that will enhance your career prospects and make you more employable. You’ll also earn more once you are on the payroll. That’s why we recommend the following training courses, as well:
With each of these specialized training courses, you’ll be certified to work in the heavy equipment industry as you learn important skills from the best instructors in the business. The sooner you enroll in training, the sooner you’ll be employable and making good money in a heavy equipment career.
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Thanks for sharing this. Receiving proper training and certification for operating different types of heavy machinery can bring a lot of benefit to someone looking for a job in the supply chain or manufacturing industries. Of course, employers will generally offer better pay to someone certified to operate the machines used to move their products around, so taking the initiative to have that certification beforehand pays off as well.