Mobile Crane Operator Training and Certification Exam

Mobile Crane Operator Training and Certification Exam

Course Duration: 4 Days/32 Hours
Certification Valid For:

This class is instructed by Jocko Vermillion, Vice President of CITCA, and a Crane Institute Certified Instructor. Mr. Vermillion is a Tower Safety Expert & Authorized OTI Instructor with more than 10 years of experience as an OSHA Compliance Officer.

Learn the technical aspects of mobile crane operation with emphasis on safety, load charts, set up & operating practices. Our basic class/certification program is an excellent introduction for beginners or part-time operators, and a perfect refresher for experienced operators.

Crane Operator Certification

Telescoping Boom Cranes
• Under 21 tons (fixed cab)
• 21 to 75 tons (fixed or rotating cab)
• Over 75 tons (rotating cab)

Lattice Boom Cranes
• Crawler or carrier mounted

Tower Cranes
• Self-erecting, fixed jib, or luffing boom

Multi-Purpose Cranes
• Articulating Boom Cranes
• Service/Mechanic Truck Cranes
• Precast Concrete Delivery Cranes (under 21-ton capacity, fixed or rotating operator station).
Special designations can be issued for a specific type, make, model or configuration, including
digger Derrick or friction cranes.

How to Get Certified

In order to earn an accredited CIC crane operator certification candidates must take and pass both a Written Exam and a Practical Exam. The Written Exam will consist of a general knowledge portion and a supplemental exam section for each type of certification the candidate wishes to achieve.

The Practical Exam is a demonstration of the candidate’s skills actually operating the crane. One Practical Exam can qualify an operator for several types of certification, as long as the corresponding Written Exam supplements are passed. Crane operator certifications are valid for a period of five years from the date the first Written or Practical Exam is passed.

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