Our Main Office
Construction Equipment Guide
470 Maryland Drive
Fort Washington, PA 19034
Fri March 19, 2010 - National Edition
NCCER has released the 2010 Contren Learning Series Tower Crane Operator curriculum.
NCCER worked with subject matter experts representing industry from across the country to introduce relevant industry material into the new book.
“I am extremely excited in anticipation of the upcoming release of the NCCER curriculum for tower crane operation,” said Mike Eggenberger, crane safety manager, Bay Ltd., A Berry Company. “Having first-hand knowledge of the commitment NCCER has put forth in existing curriculum, such as Heavy Equipment Operations, Mobile Crane Operations, Rigging Fundamentals, and Rigging, I am sure Tower Crane Operations will be an industry leading training curriculum, dedicated to safe tower crane operation.”
Tower Crane Operator offers technical hints and tips from the crane industry, presenting real-life scenarios similar to those one might encounter on the job site. The content covers a variety of topics, including introduction to the trade, principles of tower cranes, safety, rigging, load charts, and tower crane operations. Additional features include a list of key trade terms, module trade term quizzes, and a color insert.
NCCER developed the Contren Learning Series crane curriculum in partnership with textbook publisher Pearson. Students successfully completing Tower Crane Operator through an NCCER accredited training sponsor will earn industry-recognized credentials through NCCER’s national registry.
The following subject matter experts contributed to this curriculum: Ted Blanton Sr., North American Crane Bureau (NACB); Thomas Barth, Barth Crane Inspections LLC; Michael J. Eggenberger, Bay Ltd., A Berry Company; Russell Harden, Miller Long Concrete Inc.; Tomas Heitchue, Terex; Mike Hundley, Heedesoutheast; Doyle Hundley, AMECO; Alan Jenkins, Miller Long Concrete Inc.; Roy Laney, Baker Concrete Construction; Bryan McClure, LPR Construction; Nelson Plumb, Crossland Construction Co.; Larry Proemsey, Skyview Construction Engineering Inc.; Jim Robertson, General Crane; Mickey Rood, North American Crane Bureau (NACB); David Wolf, The Shaw Group.
For more information, call 888/622-3720 or visit www.nccer.org.