Train the Trainer - CICB Class A Rigger

Training Highlights

  • Length: 3-5 Days (This course is customizable)
  • Regulations: Meets applicable OSHA & ANSI/ASME standards (see below)

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Our goal is for the trainers to have a solid understanding on how to develop and deliver a training program. The Class A Rigger Train the Trainer programs tie together technical knowledge with participant-centered training and adult learning principles. The personnel in attendance will receive relevant technical material and have an understanding on how that information will be delivered by the trainer.

Advanced rigging principals include a review of basic rigging and communication. From the basics, the personnel in attendance will learn about more complicated selection, inspection and use of sling arrangements, sling angles, hardware, slings and lifting devices. Mathematics is used to calculate load angle stress and center of balance of loads.

Riggers, supervisors, managers, and crane operators will benefit from this type of training by becoming more knowledgeable of heavy lift concerns and hazard recognition.  Each attendee will receive a complete Trainer’s Package which includes a Lesson Plan and Course Content, Trainer’s Manual, Student Manual, Pre-Test, Hands-On Evaluation Checklist, Final Exam, Sample Certificates, and a PowerPoint Presentation for training purposes.

Our Train the Trainer courses are fully customizable, and we can add additional days to your program, to ensure your needs are fully met.

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Major program topics include:

  • Participant Centered Training Techniques
  • Adult Learning Principals
  • Developing Course Objectives
  • Developing a Course Outline
  • Developing a Course Instructor Guide
  • Learn How to Draft a Written Test and a Practical Evaluation
  • Use of Training Tools Such as Power Point, Hands on Training, Quizzes or Exercises, Photos or Props
  • Review Applicable Safety Codes and Standards
  • Rigging Planning
  • Rigging Gear Selection
  • Rigging Gear Inspection
  • Rigging Application and use
  • Hazard Awareness

Standards & Regulations

OSHA Regulations

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