Train to become a Heavy Equipment Operator in the Fast-Growing Construction Field
Construction is the largest service industry in the United States, and it is growing fast, with more roads, houses, apartments, and office buildings being built every day – and plenty more on the drawing boards. Contractors and construction firms have a constant need for qualified heavy-equipment operators, to help build all these highways and structures. Heavy equipment operators and small earth-moving contractors also work in the utilities industry, including telephone, electric, gas, and water companies.
There is no more important occupation in the United States than the heavy equipment operator. Without these people, we would have very limited roads, dams, bridges, housing, flood control, and very little mining, land clearing, conservation, landscaping, reclamation, land filling, logging, or pipelines.
The opportunities in this field are excellent for properly trained individuals. Demand for qualified heavy equipment operators shows strong, consistent growth. For qualified operators, this means job security, diverse employment opportunities, great benefits, retirement plans and steady compensation.
IS A CAREER IN HEAVY EQUIPMENT RIGHT FOR YOU?
Take the National Training Inc.'s Heavy Equipment/CDL Career Training Readiness Quiz
This fun online quiz takes 3 minutes to complete and you’ll get a personalized report. Identify your strengths and social style plus the training and positions you’re best suited for.
Course Breakdown and Curriculum Hours
4 weeks (208 Hours)
“L” indicates lesson. Lessons are numbered sequentially.
RTE = Resident Training Exercises
RTL = Resident Training Classroom Lessons
U.S. Department of Education defines a classroom hour as 1 clock hour which equals 50 minutes of instructor led training plus 10 minute break.
Hands On Equipment
Projects & Exercises
Equipment Projects will utilize bulldozers, loaders, backhoes, and excavators
Complete details of this course are contained in our Heavy Now Program Catalog. You can download a PDF version of it by clicking here.
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