Train the Trainer - Mobile Crane Operator

Training Highlights

  • Length: 5 days
  • Equipment: Fixed or Swing Cab and Lattice Boom Crawler
  • Regulations: Meets applicable OSHA & ANSI/ASME standards (see below)

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CICB’s Mobile Crane Operator Train-the-Trainer program is specifically designed for a company’s in-house crane operations and/or training personnel who will be actively involved in the development and/or presentation of an in-house Mobile Crane 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 crane operations.

The information in this three to five-day program provided in the classroom 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.  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.

Location Enrollment Start Date End Date
Orlando, FL Open 11/14/2022 11/18/2022

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
  • Crane Operator Requirements and Responsibilities
  • Types of Mobile Cranes
  • Effective Communications Among Lifting Personnel
  • Proper Use of Hand and Voice Signals
  • Applicable OSHA & ANSI/ASME Safety Standards
  • Safe, Effective and Efficient Operating Techniques
  • Proper Crane Set-up
  • Evaluating and Applying Site Conditions
  • Dangers of Power Lines
  • Equipment Overload, Shock Loading
  • Two-Blocking
  • Supporting Surface Requirements
  • Load Chart Interpretations and Applications
  • Lift Planning & Verifying the Weight of the Load
  • Load Control
  • Use of Operator Aids
  • Basic Rigging Principles
  • Determining Center of Gravity
  • Sling Selection, Inspection and Sling Angles

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