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The Crane School fully endorses the national certification program offered by the National Commission for the Certification of Crane Operators (NCCCO) and will prepare candidates for the certification examinations.
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Fax:  386-624-7789
Email:   info@thecraneschool.com
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Signalpersons NCCCO Certification Training Program Offered
With a rising number of business owners loosening their belts and ending hiring freezes, industry experts say they expect a steady demand for multidimensional workers who have successfully earned a signal persons NCCCO Certification.  These powerful decision makers expect top management to find and hire talent that is already trained, well-rounded workers who come equipped with multiple certifications and skill sets. However, not all employers arrange for continuing training courses and few are qualified, willing or able to train workers to pass the CCO's certification requirements.

The organization's site is forthcoming in declaring that "NCCCO certification examinations are designed for signalpersons who are trained and who will use hand and voice signals in crane operation." Although many companies are willing to train on the job in other areas that benefit their bottom lines, they are also looking to the workforce to take initiative in deciding how and by which means to develop professionally.  A highly-competitive hiring environment makes it a necessity for job seekers to bring a variety of desirable qualities to the company in exchange for a chance to join a highly efficient operation in which many employees feel like they had to prove their worth to the company. 

Previous attendees of preparatory courses at The Crane School have expressed gratitude for the organization's ability to provide proper training in professional settings that emphasize real-world applications, as opposed to the more traditional, theory-based approach found in other institutions.  The Website for The Crane School is peppered with hints that it is designed by professionals for professionals. Instructors consider you a client, one who demands results and who has a clear goal in mind, whereas it's otherwise apparent that a student is often viewed to be inexperienced and in search of answers. 

The Crane School is recommended as a leader in preparing professionals for a signalpersons NCCCO Certification.  Once certified by the National Commission For The Certification Of Crane Operators, a signalperson is qualified to communicate using both hand and voice signals. Leaders call on a certified signalperson to assist crane operators when:
    âÆ'    An obstructed view of the direction in which heavy equipment is traveling creates safety concerns.
    âÆ'    The operator is not able to fully see the point of operation, whether it's the area of the load placement or the direction in which the load must travel.
    âÆ'    Additional safety concerns, which can be unique to a site, convince the person operating and handling the load that it is necessary to call on the expertise of a signalperson certified by the NCCCO.

A signalpersons NCCCO certification requires applicants be at least 18 years old and fully prepared to pass both a written and practical exam.  To meet the CCO certification requirements, applicants must take and pass the other exam within twelve months from the time the first exam was taken and passed. Of course, certified signalpersons are also required to adhere to the substance abuse policy and code of ethics developed by the NCCCO.  A signalpersons NCCCO Certification is good for up to five years before re-certification is required. 

To learn more about certification courses for signalpersons, contact The Crane School to speak with our industry expert, Bud Wilson
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kevin l. Posted January 14, 2015 // 7:53 AM Reply
I would like to receive information on getting a rigger certification please email me at lloydk45@yahoo.com


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