AP Crane Training

AP Crane Training provides on site and off site crane certification training courses for individuals and companies throughout the United States.

Crane Training, Overhead Cranes, Mobile Cranes,
We offer all types of crane services from crane training to crane operator certification whether it’s operating a mobile crane, tower crane or overhead crane. Also, become a rigger and signalperson with our training program to upgrade knowledge and basic skills for rigger trainees.
We are the #1 dedicated crane certification training school for the US. We aid all operators in receiving a Nationwide accredited operator certification that will meet the OSHA and ANSI requirements. Get compliant with all standards and regulations in the crane industry today.

On-Site Crane Training Nationwide (We can go to you)

What an onsite crane training course look like depending on class size:

2 Day Prep Course; Classroom academic training to prepare for Written Exams.

3rd  Day Practical Testing.

4th Day Finish Practical tests (as necessary) and take Written Exam Approx. (4 Hours).

Group of 5 and under (operators)

1.5-day Prep Class, 2nd half of 2nd-day practical testing, 3rd day written exam.

To set up an On-Site Practical Tests (test on a crane); 
The client will need to provide:
  • Training Room (Conducive to the learning environment, minimal distraction, climate controlled, no excessive shop noise.) A Classroom type set up.
  • Crane(s) with required boom length (No Exceptions)
  • Current Inspection sticker/certificate (No Exceptions)
  • The material’s to set up Practical Test; (5) 55 Gallon Steel Drums (2 of which are open tops, 2 Closed, 1 that can be sealed to hold water).
  • (5) Sheets of Plywood, high visibility paint etc; List will be provided for Course Set up.
  • Once the materials are prepared, the actual course setup can be done in less than an hour.

On-Site Practical Exam Site Requirements:

1. No overhead power lines should be within
  •  81′ of the crane when setting up for Telescoping Boom under 21-ton exams
  • 120′ of the crane when setting up for Telescoping Boom 21 – 75 tons exams
  • 175′ of the crane when setting up for Telescoping Boom Over 75 tons exams, Lattice Boom Carrier or Lattice Boom Crawler exams
2. There should be sufficient space available for the practical exam course
  • A 56′ radius for 135 degrees of arc for Telescoping Boom under 21-ton exams
  • A 95′ radius for 135 degrees of arc for Telescoping Boom 21 – 75 tons exams
  • A 145′ radius for 135 degrees of arc for Telescoping Boom Over 75 tons exams, Lattice Boom Carrier or Lattice Boom Crawler exams
3. Entire exam course on site must be relatively level.
4. The crane(s) being used for the exam must be able to be set up on the ground within 1% of the level grade.
5. The ground under crane and outriggers should be compacted and appropriate floats or pads should be used as needed.
6. The exam course for onsite training must be located out of sight from welcome and waiting areas.
7. Practical Exams require a Practical Examiner and Practical Exam Proctor. Practical Examiner is the same person conducting Classroom Prep. The Proctor will be assigned by the Client and will follow the processes, (this person cannot be a trainer).
8. Candidate Waiting Area must be
▪Neat and orderly with adequate seating and lighting
▪Near restrooms
▪Out of sight from the Practical Exam
▪Dedicated to candidates waiting for their exams
▪Set up with designated pre-exam materials

Contact Us

Contact:
Edwin Soto and Lizbeth Serrano
Address:
167 North 3rd Avenue Suite O Upland, CA 91786
GPS:
34.09559, -117.64740240000003
Telephone:
(888) 501-1355
[email protected]ns.com
Web:
https://apcranetraining.com/

Opening Hours

Monday:
7:00 am–5:00 pm
Tuesday:
7:00 am–5:00 pm
Wednesday:
7:00 am–5:00 pm
Thursday:
7:00 am–5:00 pm
Friday:
7:00 am–5:00 pm

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