If you are looking to advance your career, get started in a new field, or…
Whether you receive your training from an accredited training school, or from a friend or relative, it’s your future that’s at stake. You need to gain as much as possible out of that training. With an accredited training school, you know you are going to receive training that’s set to an industry standard. You are also going to be trained in the right way of doing things rather than learning someone else’s bad habits.
Whichever way you decide to go, the onus ultimately is on you to learn as much as possible. In an accredited training school like ATS Heavy Equipment Training Schools, you are going to receive training in a classroom (for the theoretical components), on the ground (for walk around and equipment identification), and in the driver’s seat (actually operating the equipment in a work like environment). Some consider the theoretical side to be rather boring (although we do make it as interesting as possible), it is still an essential aspect of your training.
When it comes to sitting in the driver’s seat and learning how to operate heavy equipment, get as much practice as possible, especially in areas that you find difficult. The more you practice, the easier it becomes – and practicing the right techniques will help you perfect your skills.
Getting the most out of heavy equipment training doesn’t just stop with your heavy equipment training. We have a career services section that works with students to help them find their first job once they have graduated. This service is free to students, and can be a very valuable side to your training. Our career services personnel can show you how to write an industry acceptable resume and job application. They can also help you with interview techniques, all skills that you will come to rely on in the years ahead.
Statistics show that students who make the best use of their training are the graduates who have the best success in their new career. If you’re considering a career change to heavy equipment operations, make sure you choose an accredited heavy equipment training school and then be sure to get as much as possible out of your training – you won’t regret it.