Crane Operator School
The Crane School is a crane operator school for operators, signalpersons, and riggers needing NCCCO certification. The NCCCO certification package includes a prep class, practical exams and written exams. This certification program meets the requirements of OSHA, effective this year, that require crane operators and riggers to be qualified by an approved independent testing organization, like the NCCCO.
The Crane School has been voted the number one crane operator school for ten years. Instructor Bud Wilson has spent his career in the industry as a crane operator and a crane operator school instructor - teaching crane safety to crane operators, riggers, and signalpersons. Bud Wilson has a unique ability to teach students effectively so that they can pass their written and practical exams for the NCCCO. His ability to relate to fellow students as a crane operator and apply his real world knowledge and experiences to his courses make it easier for students to understand. Wilson's goal is not just to teach crane safety courses but to have students learn crane safety and pass their written and practical exams.
Choosing a good crane operator school is important. Employers should educate their operators about proper crane safety by using a qualified independent crane operator school to thoroughly educate and test their employees on proper crane safety. Prevention is the only way to keep a dangerous or costly accident from happening. Call The Crane School to learn more about our crane operator school.