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Mark Cotner

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Mobile cranes have become an essential part of most large construction projects.   Ensuring the safety of the operator and surrounding personnel, as well as the crane and its’ surroundings, is a vital part of crane operation.  Because of their enormous versatility and possible configurations, they encounter more variables than any other type of material handling equipment.  Successful Crane Operators, Riggers and Signal Persons must have a good understanding of load configurations, environmental conditions, and be able to interpret various charts and graphs when moving loads.

 

Beginning in 2017, OSHA standards require that operators be certified by a national certifying entity (29CFR – 1926.1427).

CONSTRUCTION CRAFT

AVERAGE ANNUAL SALARIES

Mobile Crane Operator                   $64,843

Rigger                                                     $57,122

Salary figures for FY15 do not include overtime, per diem or other incentives. http://www.nccer.org/uploads/docs/2015_ConstructionCraftSalarySurvey.pdf

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Central Tech offers training to companies for their employees and to individuals seeking certification.

NCCER’S RIGGER & SIGNAL PERSON CERTIFICATION

NCCER’s Rigger & Signal Person Certification program consists of assessments and practical examinations that meet or exceed current ASME B30 consensus safety standards and OSHA 29 CFR part 1926 subpart CC.

• Three-level rigger certifications (basic, intermediate and advanced) and a signal person certification

• Certified riggers and signal persons earn portable, industry-recognized credentials

• Assessment and practical examination results available within 15 minutes of submission

• Real-time verification

 

 

MOBILE CRANE OPERATOR CERTIFICATION

NCCER’s Mobile Crane Operator Certification program consists of assessments and practical examinations that meet or exceed current ASME B30.5 consensus safety standards and OSHA 29 CFR part 1926 subpart CC.

•        Thirteen (13) equipment specific certifications, including capacity

         (Paths to Mobile Crane Operator Certification)

•        Certified operators earn portable, industry-recognized credentials

•        Rigger & Signal Person Certification Programs

•        ANSI accreditation

•        OSHA recognition

•        AGC of America recognition

•        Associated Builders and Contractors, Inc. recognition

•        Assessment and practical examination results available within 15 minutes of submission

•        No rush fees

•        Real-time verification

We offer bridge crane certification as well as mobile crane certification for the following cranes:

•        AL terrain

•        Boom trucks

•        Fixed cab

•        Friction crane

•        Hydraulic cranes

•        Jib crane

•        Lattice boom cranes

•        Rough terrain

•        Swing cab

•        Telescopic boom

•        Track crane

•        Truck crane

ASSESSMENTS

NCCER offers a complete series of entry level and journeyman level written assessments as part of its National Craft Assessment and Certification Program (NCACP). These assessments evaluate the knowledge of an individual in a specific craft area and provide a prescription for upgrade training when needed.   All assessments are based upon the NCCER curriculum and have been developed in conjunction with subject matter experts from the industry and Prov™, NCCER’s test development partner.

 

PERFORMANCE VERIFICATION

NCCER Performance Verifications (PVs) are designed to assess an individual's skill level on specific tasks. PVs require a participant to demonstrate their skill level in a controlled, observable and measurable manner and must be administered by a qualified objective performance evaluator.

 

CREDENTIALS

After successful completion of a written assessment or performance verification, an individual’s qualifications are tracked through NCCER’s Registry.  These industry credentials give employers confidence in the craft professional’s skill, knowledge, and desire for continuous professional development.  They also provide the craft professional with industry-recognized credentials to help build upon their career.

•        Knowledge Verified:  Successful completion of the written assessment

•        Performance Verified:  Successful completion of the practical performance of a particular craft

•        Certified Plus:  Successful completion of both the written assessment and the corresponding

          performance verification

NCCER understands the importance of impartiality in carrying out its certification activities, managing conflict of interest and ensuring the objectivity of its certification activities.  NCCER has enacted policies and procedures to safeguard objectivity and impartiality in all of its assessment and certification processes.  NCCER training, assessment and certification is available without discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, gender, age, veteran status, disability, sexual orientation, or any other reason prohibited by local, state or federal regulations.

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