Heavy Equipment Operator Program
If you are considering a career as a heavy equipment operator, look no further. City Truck & Forklift Driving School Ltd. is one of the most respected names in the industry, with a history of superior education, exceptional certified professionals, and successful graduates. Because our HEO courses are facilitated on-site and provide far more hands-on experience with the equipment, our graduates are better prepared for career opportunities.
Have an Ontario Secondary School Diploma, or Be 18 years of age and have a grade 10 education. Education equivalence testing is available to be done at our office if you do not meet the education requirements or do not have proof of required level of education. This must be done prior to registration. Complete a medical examination with your family physician. Student has to have Hard Hat, Safety Boots, Safety Vest & Safety Glasses. We do not sell any of them in our office.
The graduate of the program will acquire the skills and knowledge required to become a safe entry-level Heavy Equipment Operator.
HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATOR PROGRAM, 3 PIECE
Equipment Crawler Excavator, Backhoe loader & Bulldozer
Length 8 weeks
Total No. of Hours 225
HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATOR PROGRAM, 4 PIECE
Equipment Crawler Excavator, Backhoe loader, Bulldozer & Front end Loader
Length 8 weeks
Total No. of Hours 268
City Truck & Forklift Driving School
City Truck & Forklift Driving school services the Greater Toronto Area and is easily accessible from all major corridors.
Experience the City experience, these are just a couple of reasons why our students keep referring us all their friends and family!
- Providing a progressive learning atmosphere for all students
- Investing in our facility, latest equipment and technology
- Providing our students with individual attention and care
- Safety as top priority is instilled in all that walk through our doors
- Investing in our students to ensure their longevity in their careers
- Learning everyday and genuinely listening to our students and community members