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Is Heavy Equipment Training Accredited?

Heavy equipment training has been accredited for many years. In 1995, eleven of the world’s most progressive construction companies, manufacturers and national trade associations came together to form the National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER).

At the time, the NCCER had several aims, the chief being to develop standardized construction, maintenance and pipeline curriculum and training standards. Since 1995 the NCCER has developed assessment criteria that each training school is required to meet to obtain their accreditation to deliver industry related training programs.

Students who undertake heavy equipment training through an NCCER accredited training provider have the benefit of being awarded a qualification that is recognized nation wide. Given the expected growth in employment around the country over the next 12 months, this portability could prove to be very useful.

ATS Heavy Equipment Operator Schools are accredited through the NCCER to deliver training for heavy equipment used in the construction industry. ATS schools are also accredited through state boards of education in: Wisconsin, Illinois, Minnesota, Ohio, Michigan, West Virginia, Virginia, New Hampshire, South Carolina, Iowa, Pennsylvanian, Colorado, Florida and Georgia.

With that level of accreditation you know you can trust us to deliver the very best in heavy equipment training and to have you ready to tackle the workplace as soon as you have completed your training.

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