Crane Industry Services Now Offers NCCER Training, ANSI Certified Accreditation | Construction News

Crane Industry Services, LLC  now provides NCCER training, testing, and ANSI accredited certifications for crane operators and riggers.

According to Cliff Dickinson, president of Crane Industry Services, the company aligned itself with NCCER because, “With NCCER nationally recognized programs, crane operators or riggers may earn ANSI accredited certifications with one written and one practical exam that certifies the operator from highest capacity tested to all lesser capacities."

Dickinson added, "Operators may earn up to 13 levels of certification with as few as four tests, or become certified with one set of written and practical exams.  Those are credentials that well-support operator, supervisor, and employer responsibility.”

Crane Industry Services trainers are qualified to provide basic, intermediate, and advanced instruction for rigging, as well as NCCER level 1-2-3 mobile crane operation instruction.

They are also qualified as NCCER practical examiners for all levels and categories of mobile crane operator and rigger/signalperson certification. In addition, Debbie Dickinson, CEO, and Candice Eldredge, inspection/program coordinator, are NCCER master trainers.

Crane Industry Services is actively seeking additional instructors with expertise in skilled crafts to join their training and assessment team, particularly in the areas of welding, ironworking, and pipeline operations.

“Crane Industry Services expanded the scope of its training, assessments, and employee qualification audits to include other construction crafts that utilize cranes and rigging, as well as industrial environmental health and safety services. Recognition as an NCCER training sponsor and assessment center allows us to deliver these services under one credentialing banner,” said Debbie Dickinson.