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Many older heavy equipment operators seem to look down on heavy equipment training schools preferring operators that they themselves have taught. Fortunately those older operators are few and far between these days. Formal training is a must if you wish to have a successful long term career in the industry.
In some areas, you not only need formal training, you also need to pass tests and obtain formal licenses before you can commence work. Truck driving is a prime example. There are a few distinct benefits to receiving formal training. These include:
Safety. By going through an accredited training program, you will learn the various safety measures that must be under taken on different pieces of machinery. Even the simplest of machines can be dangerous if not operated correctly, in accordance with proper procedures, rules and regulations.
Employability. The best jobs will require accredited training otherwise the employer not even both interviewing you. Proper training in the different machinery opens a lot of doors.
Mobility. Those who have received training from a nationally accredited school will also generally receive job-placement assistance. Oftentimes this extends long after graduation.
ATS Heavy Equipment Operator Schools is a nationally accredited training provider. We also offer employment assistance to those that graduate from our training programs. If your looking for a career change then visit our site for all the information on accredited training.