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Mobile Crane Operator - Initial
4.0 CEU | 5 Days | $2,995

The candidates for ITI's Mobile Crane Operator - Initial Program are individuals who are new to mobile crane operation.

This course is designed for those who have little or no experience with mobile crane operation. The course helps establish good operating practices for the participant while gaining seat-time and real-life operating experience.

Participants will conduct pre-operational inspections of hydraulic cranes. Each will be given individual instruction regarding crane operating basics and will gain seat-time while handling an empty and loaded hook.

Course Subjects
  • Center of Gravity
  • Radius
  • Rated Strength
  • Leverage
  • Counterweights
  • Load Charts
  • Stability
  • Range Diagram
  • Load Weight Calculation
  • Wind
  • Side Loading
  • Static/Dynamic Loading
  • Tipping Axis
  • Outrigger Postition
  • Reeving
  • Swingout
  • Multi-Crane Lifts
  • Gross/Net Loads
  • Crane Setup
  • High Voltage
  • OSHA/ASME Standards
  • Operator's Responsibilities
  • Simple Maintenance
  • Daily Inspection
  • Jibs/Boom Extensions
  • Calculating Capacities
  • Boom Length/Angle
  • Operating Practices
  • Pick and Carry Exercises
  • Applicable Federal, State, and Provincial Regulations & Standards

Mobile Crane Operator - ITI Qualified
4.0 CEU | 5 Days | $1,595

This course is designed to increase the crane operator's knowledge, skill and proficiency level through classroom and hands-on training.

Students can achieve qualified operator status by successfully completing written and hands-on segments. ITI Qualification is available for Fixed and Swing Cab. Additional fees may apply.

This is an excellent prep course for those who wish to take the NCCCO national certification exams. The candidates for the mobile crane operator course are individuals who wish to be apprentices in crane handling, crane maintenance personnel, and current operators who have been trained by "field practices," but not yet exposed to the formal side of crane subjects. This course is also excellent for supervisory persons and lift directors who did not rise through the trades in the seat of a crane.

Course Subjects
  • Center of Gravity
  • Radius
  • Rated Strength
  • Leverage
  • Load Charts
  • Side Loading
  • Outrigger Position
  • Calculating Capacities
  • Boom Length/Angle
  • Operating Practices
  • OSHA/ASME Standards
  • Operator's Responsibilities
  • Static/Dynamic Load
  • Range Diagram
  • Load Weight Calculations
  • Reeving
  • Gross and Net Loads
  • Set-Up
  • High Voltage
  • Daily Inspection
  • Pick and Carry Practices
  • Applicable Federal, State, and Provincial Regulations & Standards

Open-Enrollment Courses

These courses are hosted at ITI Training Centers on specific dates throughout the year.

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