Fundamentals of Rigging Engineering Continues to Roll Out Courses

Fundamentals of Rigging Engineering Continues to Roll Out Courses

In the second quarter of 2015, ITI has completed and released the next two courses in the Fundamentals of Rigging Engineering Program, the world’s only rigging engineering training programRE-120 Cranes & Derricks and RE-130 Rigging, Equipment and Applications are 32-hour courses that provide students  an intense, in-depth look into the standard equipment used in crane, rigging, and load handling activities.

RE-120 Cranes & Derricks instructors include:

  • Lawrence K. Shapiro, Howard I. Shapiro & Associates
  • David Duerr, 2DM Associates
  • Keith Anderson, Bechtel
  • Michael Walsh, Dearborn Companies
  • Joseph Kuzar, ITI
  • Kyle Adams, Barnhart Crane & Rigging

 

 

 

RE-130 Rigging, Equipment and Applications instructors include:RE-130_Screen_Cap-DD

  • Mike Parnell, ITI
  • Larry Means, Means Engineering
  • Roger “Skip” Ohman, The Crosby Group
  • David Duerr, 2DM Associates
  • Keith Anderson, Bechtel

Prospective students are able to register online for individual courses or the full program.  To view the program demo and see sample lectures, please click here.

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Fundamentals of Rigging Engineering will continue to roll out courses throughout 2015. The program consists of five required courses and seven elective options, two of which are required for program completion. The program is in the process of gaining accreditation from the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME). For more information please visit www.riggingengineering.com or call 1.800.727.6355.

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