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Cranes 101 is excited about the launch of this new training website.
MA Hoisting Continuing Education courses online
Regional Crane Operator Skills Competition October 25, 2014
Calling all Operators!Show off your skills at the Northeast Qualifying Event!
Top two winners will be sent to compete at the National Competition!
Win cash prizes and more!!!
For more information, please click here.
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Online Continuing Education Courses
Cranes101 now offers Online CE courses
We are excided about the launch of our new website, Cranes101online.com
You now have the online option to complete the Continiung Education Courses required to renew your license.
What's the difference between the NCCCO, CIC, NCCER and the OECP?
This question keeps popping up in crane circles and I've seen some confusion results from it. All 4 of these organizations have been accredited to certify crane operators. The certification comes from the NCCA, ANSI, or both, and meets the criteria established by OSHA Subpart CC for Crane Operator Certification.
The NCCCO awards a certificate referred to as a CCO. They are the oldest organization of the four. Their name is to the crane industry like Xerox is to the copier business. I still call our Konica Minolta copier in the office a Xerox machine.
You may encounter government entities or construction companies erroneously referring to the crane operator certificate as a "CCO". Some states and construction companies have written policies that refer erroneously and specifically to the "CCO" only.
What's really important to you when you're looking for Crane Operator training and certification? The questionnaire below was compiled from information gleaned from our experiences.
Questions to ask the provider when searching to obtain a Crane Operator Certificate:
Jay Sturm President/Cranes101
Safety is our only business and we at Cranes101 are working diligently to make ourselves the single best provider of Crane Operator training by offering the best user-friendly programs.
New Crane Operator Training Course!
Cranes101 now offers an Entry Level Crane Operator Training Course
Our 2-week Entry Level Cranes Operator course was built specifically for those who have no prior cranes experience.
Nationally Accredited Crane Licensing
Cranes101 now offers a Nationally Accredited Crane License.
Cranes Safety Institute has partnered with Crane Institute of America to perform CIC crane licensing. Cranes Safety Institute is proud to offer CIC Nationally Accredited Certification written and practical exams. CIC Nationally Accredited Certification meets all the new OSHA requirements.
Not only do we offer the written and practical exam we have training to prepare your employees to take the test.
License Prep Classes
MA and RI license preparation classes allow your employee to be prepared to take their state test they are applying for.
These classes not only prepare them to take the state test, it also awards the employee with a certificate stating they have had training for that type of equipment.
Rhode Island Classes
Cranes101 now offers the following Online Continuing Education classes:MA 1A Continuing Education course
MA 1B Continuing Education course
MA 1C Continuing Education course
MA 1D Continuing Education course
MA 2A Continuing Education course
MA 2B Continuing Education course
MA 2C Continuing Education course
MA 2D Continuing Education course
MA 3A Continuing Education course
MA 4A Continuing Education course
MA 4B Continuing Education course
MA 4C Continuing Education course
MA 4D Continuing Education course
MA 4E Continuing Education course