Mobile Elevating Work Platform Train the Trainer
- Length: 1 Day
- Equipment: Training will be on-site at your location with your equipment
- Regulations: Meets applicable OSHA & ANSI/ASME standards (see below)
CICB’s Mobile Elevating Work Platform Operator Train the Trainer program (commonly known as Aerial Work Platform Operator) is specifically designed for a company’s in-house operations and/or training personnel who will be actively involved in the development and/or presentation of an in-house Mobile Elevating Work Platform Operator safety program.
Through a series of key objectives and adult learning principles, the program develops each trainer’s skills and provides the tools necessary to create a productive and interactive lesson and presentation plans.
The results of the developed program are well suited for in-house presentation to managers, supervisors, operators, and maintenance personnel to increase their knowledge and skill levels in safe aerial work platform operations including safety awareness, compliance, and proper use of equipment to reduce maintenance costs and improve production.
Information in this one-day program includes the major course topics outlined below, as well as the application of the course topics for trainers to develop a program specific to their company.
Our Train the Trainer courses are fully customizable, and we can add additional days to your program, to ensure your needs are fully met.
Types of Mobile Elevating Work Platforms (Aerial Work Platforms) Covered:
- Manually Propelled Elevating Aerial Platforms
- Boom-Supported Elevating Work Platforms
- Self-Propelled Elevating Work Platforms
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Major program topics include:
- Adult Learning Principles
- Developing Course Objectives
- Developing Course Curriculum
- Developing the Instructor’s Guide
- Presentation and Communication Techniques
- Developing Testing Procedures
- Developing Pre and Post Class Surveys
- Operator Requirements and Responsibilities
- Effective Communications Among Personnel
- Applicable OSHA & ANSI/SIA Safety Standards
- Aerial Work Platform Nomenclature and Construction
- Operator Qualifications
- Operator Requirements and Responsibilities
- Safe, Effective and Efficient Operating Techniques
- Operational Limitations
- Methods and Forms of Communication
- Equipment Overload, Shock Loading,
- Pre-Operation & Post Operation Inspections
- Inspection Procedure and Documentation
- Equipment Maintenance
- Minimizing the Opportunity for Accidents
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Our site has been using CICB for a number of years to train and maintain certification for our crane operators. They exhibit an extensive background in the crane industry and their approach to training is very thorough and comprehensive. CICB’s professional instructors are highly dedicated and motivate everyone in the class to strive for excellence. The material is well-organized and the training is presented in a clear and concise manner. The classroom instruction and actual hands-on training go beyond our expectations. Our employees leave the class with a better understanding of crane operation, their capabilities, and job safety.”
This class was one of the best I have ever coordinated for our employees! Jason was, by far, the best instructor I have ever seen present an extremely technical course. His personality was perfect for the audience and made him very relatable. His technical proficiency was exemplary! He is completely capable of and, for the most part, did teach the entire class without referring to the slides or reference material. He also went way above and beyond in his commitment to ensuring the students not only learned but retained the material and stayed late into each evening to assist those requiring additional assistance. The employees could not say enough great things about Jason's skills and commitment to learning. We now have 10 employees trained to operate our cranes and, even though the majority of them do not work together, a group of employees that overcame some adversity and became a cohesive team. They are begging me to bring the CICB back!”
The Instructor Larry Kime is absolutely one of the best instructors I have ever had, and I have a degree in mechanical engineering. Larry’s knowledge both written and practical is current and accessible. I would recommend Larry to a new beginner or someone that has been in the lifting industry their whole career