A course designed to instruct the excavator operator in the Fundamentals of excavator operation to a productive, efficient standard. It is based on the National Core Curriculum and demonstrates how, through regular inspection and maintenance, an operator can ensure that the machine is in a sound, safe mechanical condition prior to operating.
The graduate of the program will acquire the skills and knowledge required to become a safe entry-level Excavator Operator.
There will always be a requirement for qualified Excavator operators; it is not just today that there is a shortage. It is a skill in which many sectors have a demand. Construction, road building, forestry, mining, and general development programs require a large number of people to operate heavy machinery.
Excavators are one of the core vehicles that most heavy equipment training programs cover. There is a reason for this. Many of the skills, terms used and processes extend across the complete range of heavy equipment. By learning these components, you will have the beginnings of a solid foundation in heavy equipment operations. Excavators are used in a wide variety of industries and the job prospects for each industry is varied. Although the majority of operators tend to work in construction, there are other industries that also rely on competent operators.
City Truck & Forklift Driving School
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