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Changing careers, especially as we grow older, can be a stressful time. Retraining costs money and in many instances comes with the double blow of not being able to earn while you learn. This can be agonizing for some when they find out after the training that they are not really suited to their new career. There are many now working in careers, not because they like the work, but because they feel obligated to continue having invested so much time and money into retraining. We have a real solution to that problem.
How does an afternoon spent in a heavy equipment training school sound? I’ll sweeten the deal – how about spending some time watching heavy equipment in action, climbing aboard and getting a feel for the beasts, and working through a module of a heavy equipment training program? Still not won you over? What if I said it was free – totally free with no obligation to sign up for anything?
One of the best ways of testing your suitability for any career change is to get some time knee deep in that career. That’s what is on offer – a chance for you to talk to trainers and students, a chance to look over a heavy equipment training facility, and a chance to really test yourself around that equipment. At the end of the day you will know in your own mind whether or not that is a career that you could succeed at and enjoy working in.
What is more important is that you will walk away knowing whether or not the investment of your time and money is going to deliver the rewards you are seeking in both employment and life in general. Fortunately, a heavy equipment training program is a short three week commitment – that’s not a huge drain on time or loss of income.
Don’t commit to a career where there are doubts in your mind. Come and see us to see if you are really suited to a career as a heavy equipment operator – it’s free, and since there aren’t too many free opportunities in life, you need to grab them while you can.