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The construction industry has jobs for individuals who can operate different kinds of machines and heavy equipment. To find employment in this field, you will need to undergo specialized training and know the proper safety procedures so you can do the job to specification and safely.
Associated Training Services (ATS) offers students the opportunity to train in a variety of fields, so they can find employment in various industries and operating different kinds of equipment and machines. Here are just a few of the different kinds of equipment that ATS instructors can provide training for:
- Wheel loaders
- All-terrain forklifts
- Motor graders
- Articulated off-road dump trucks
- Hydraulic cranes
- Articulated boom cranes
- Lattice boom cranes
- Tower cranes
- Digger derricks
- Truck driver training
Heavy Equipment Training For Those Seeking Employment
ATS has highly experienced instructors who can provide two levels of heavy equipment operator training of the different kinds of heavy equipment included on the list. These are the most commonly used pieces of equipment used in industries that employ heavy equipment operators. The training programs include hands-on training and classroom experience. Students will learn how to read grades, grading stakes, laser levels, site plans, soils, and site layouts as well as learning all the proper operating techniques and safety protocol.
Students who are learning how to drive a truck commercially and obtain a CDL will be able to seek employment driving a truck, a crane, or a heavy equipment operator. When a student obtains a CDL, he or she can drive a truck and haul the heavy equipment to the job site or drive a mobile crane on the roads. Students learn the basic skills that are needed to drive Class-A vehicles.
Getting The Details
When you are ready to learn more about the different kinds of training programs for heavy equipment operation, call ATS and learn about the financial assistance and other opportunities available to prospective students. Call (800) 383-7364 today and speak with an admissions counselor.