☎︎ • 877-321-3710

Welcome to Giuffre.com!

NCCCO Mobile Crane Operator RE-Certification - CLASS FULL! - Jan 9, 2017

Be the first to review this product

Federally Mandated NCCCO (CCO) Mobile Crane (5 Year Re Certification) - Multi-day - ANSI Accredited - OSHA Compliant (Written & Practical test preparation) - For Operators requiring their 5-year Re Certification.
SKU: NCCCO-CERT-WINTER-2016-RECERT
Sign up to get notified when this product is back in stock

Description

Details

This 2.5 day (abbreviated) re-certification course enables mobile crane operators to legally operate 'fixed cab' small telescopic boom trucks and/or 'swing cab' large telescopic cranes and boom trucks for an additional 5 years, in accordance with OSHA regulations. This course is accredited by ANSI, and 100% OSHA compliant. The certification for previously certified operators who currently hold a valid NCCCO 'CCO' Operators Certification This 'abreviated' 2.5 day workshop includes:
  • Classroom Lecture
  • Administration of written (re-cert) test
  • Administration of "practical" test
Accommodations include:
  • (3x) Complimentary Breakfast, served in our training facility
  • (2x) Complimentary Luncheon (location TDB)
  • (1x) Complimentary Dinner / Reception (courtesy of Giuffre Bros)
Course instruction and testing will be administered by: Associated Training Services (Note: This is a RE-CERTIFICATION class ONLY! - For initial certification of 'NEW' (never previously certified) operators, please refer to THIS course)

Additional Info

Additional Info

Unit Number NCCCO-CERT-WINTER-2016-RECERT
Name NCCCO Mobile Crane Operator RE-Certification - CLASS FULL! - Jan 9, 2017
Short Description Federally Mandated NCCCO (CCO) Mobile Crane (5 Year Re Certification) - Multi-day - ANSI Accredited - OSHA Compliant (Written & Practical test preparation) - For Operators requiring their 5-year Re Certification.
Price No
Monthly Price No

Reviews

Write Your Own Review

Only registered users can write reviews. Please, log in or register

Tags

Tags

Use spaces to separate tags. Use single quotes (') for phrases.