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Your Crew Need Specialized Training?

Your Crew Need Specialized Training?

There are times when a specific job has a lot of regulations to adhere to, and often part of the requirement is that your crew, or certain members, undergo specific specialized training in order to do the job. If you don’t have the people trained to the required standards, there will be consequences, and it isn’t worth the risk.

The problem is the logistics of providing that training. There’s a lot to juggle: legal stuff, industry, operating environments, and customer needs. This becomes the reason an employer needs ATS Specialized Training.

Associated Training Services has a team of instructors who are able to design the perfect training programs for your employees and then teach those employees what they need to know. Your workforce productivity and safety consciousness will be improved, you will fulfill regulatory and insurance requirements, and they can come to your work site to do it if that is what you need.

Whether you need to provide your employees specialized training in heavy equipment, mobile crane, or commercial vehicle training, ATS can do it:

  • backhoes
  • bulldozers
  • wheel loaders
  • excavators
  • scrapers
  • articulated dump trucks
  • motor graders
  • all-terrain fork lifts
  • mobile hydraulic cranes
  • lattice boom cranes
  • articulated boom cranes
  • commercial motor vehicles/CDL testing
  • NCCCO Crane Operator Training, Testing and Certification
  • OSHA Compliant Rigging & Signal Person Training, Testing and Qualification
  • NCCER Heavy Equipment Training, Testing and Qualification
  • Class-A CDL Commercial Driver Training, Testing and Licensing

That looks like a lot, but you know as an industry employer that any job involving heavy equipment needs to have high standards for the operators and your crew that lay their lives on the line to do their job every day. ATS Specialized Training may even be funded by the Incumbent Worker Training Program, which provides employer & employee training grants.

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