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Heavy Equipment Training
Monday, September 9, 2019 @ 7:00 am - 5:30 pm EDT12070.00$
Heavy Equipment Training is back and classes are starting soon.Since 1978 National Training has been training Professional truck drivers Heavy Equipment operators with a 40,000 plus total graduates.This program is licensed by the State of Florida, the Commission for Independent Education. In addition, National
Training is approved by other appropriate agencies to offer Professional Heavy equipment Training in multiple states.
National Training is an eligible training provider for the Workforce Investment Act (WIA). This program is not Title IV or
Pell eligible because the program is too short.
HEAVY EQUIPMENT TRAINING PROGRAM OBJECTIVES
The Heavy Now objectives provide the preparation to reasonably diligent students to meet or exceed the entry-level industry
standards for induction into the NCCER Registry by:
Offering an individual with no or (limited) experience or training in this field the direct vocational training to become an entry level
Heavy Equipment Operator.
1. Providing the construction, forestry, strip mining, conservation, land clearing, reclamation, landscaping, utilities and other
industries, through proper training in both technique and theory, with a continuing work force of qualified Heavy
2. Presenting to the Trainee the basic information and skills training necessary to operate heavy equipment machines.
3. Developing in the Trainee the necessary skills and adaptations to function successfully under actual work conditions.
4. Teaching the Trainee routine inspections and preventive maintenance on heavy equipment machines.
5. Teaching the Trainee the proper methods of starting, operating, and shutdown procedures through supervised instruction
under typical working conditions.
6. Teach the trainee basic math skills required for site excavation work.
7. Explain how to read site plans to calculate cut and fill requirements.
8. Teach the soil classification systems and explain the different affects each classification has on equipment and job sites.
9. Teaching the Trainee the procedures for friendly contact with the public and customers, the use of tact, diplomacy and
knowledge of business relations.
10. Training and instilling in the student a common sense and working knowledge of safety procedures as defined by the
Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA).
11. Teaching the Trainee why it is important to understand the rules and regulations of the various federal and state regulatory