Overhead Crane Operator - Train The Trainer
Format: Classroom and practical hands-on
Duration: 3 Day
Time: 8:00 am – 4:30 pm
1) MHSA Overhead Crane Operator-Standard course within previous 12 months
2) Minimum 300 hours of overhead crane operator experience
3) Train the Trainer - Operator Experience Form”*
*At time of registration, this form will be emailed to the registrant. The completed form must be submitted prior to the course starting date.
PPE Required: Safety boots, hard hat, and gloves
This three (3) day comprehensive course provides participants with the knowledge and skills to teach an effective MHSA Overhead Crane Operator training course and evaluate competency at their facility.
Participants will learn the instructional techniques involved to best deliver concepts in classroom theory and workplace practical training sessions.
Principles of Adult Education and Instructional Techniques
Effective speaking and presentation techniques
Alberta OH&S Legislation and referenced Standards
Course Material and Leader’s Guide
After successful completion of this course, participants should be able to:
Demonstrate effective speaking and presentation techniques
Have a strong understanding of training course materials
Provide consistent, high quality classroom and hands-on training and evaluation that remains consistent for every course taught
The attendee (instructor) must complete 1 training course within 12 months to receive their “trainer” status and a certificate
Expiry: 36 months
Successful completion of this course allows MHSA certified Overhead Crane Operator Trainers to provide the MHSA Overhead Crane Operator training course exclusively to a single company in Alberta, i.e. the Employer of the trainer.
This training course is not intended to permit third-party training providers and/or independent consultants to provide training to the general public or other MHSA member companies.
Please note that this course is an Alberta based program and was created based on Alberta standards. This course cannot be utilized outside the province of Alberta.
Employers are also encouraged to utilize the Canada-Alberta Job Grant program to gain significant returns on training costs. The Canada-Alberta Job Grant (CAJG) is a funding program where employers and government share the cost of training new and existing employees to increase their knowledge and skills to meet the needs of Alberta’s changing economy.
Please visit the following website for eligibility details: http://www.albertacanada.com/opportunity/employers/jobgrant.aspx
Non Members: $775.00
*Prices do not include GST