Equipment Training

365 SS is now offering various equipment operator training.  These classes are scheduled on a demand basis. Most classroom training is held at 1015 Northeast Drive, Jefferson City, Missouri.

Mobile Crane Operator TrainingCrane operation on silo

Meets OSHA regulation Subpart CC requirements that is in effect as of December, 2018. Upon successful completion of the written & practical exams in the desired crane capacities and classifications, the candidate will receive Crane Institute Certification (CIC) operator credentials. This is a 3-5 day class dependent on skill levels. Cost: $1100-$1300 per participant (varies with training location).

365 SS also offers an ‘open’ mobile crane operator course for brand new operators. The cost is $2000, which includes 1 week in the classroom and 3 days practical training on a telescoping boom 21-75 Ton crane. Those candidates that pass the testing will be certified and comply with OSHA operator requirements. Watch the website for dates.

Overhead Crane Operator Training

This training includes both classroom and practical training plus testing. 2 day class – $600 per participant.

Intermediate Rigging

Designed to give riggers and other personnel a better understanding of proper rigging techniques, inspection criteria, and the overall forces realized in various hoisting configurations.  Testing optional.   4-5 hour class.  Cost: $100 per participant.

Signalperson

Learn how to signal a crane operator consistently and according to ANSI hand signal charts.  Testing is optional. 1-hour class. $35 per participant.

Manlift (MEWP)/Scissor Lift/Bucket Truck

This training includes a half day of classroom training, and a half day of practical training, plus testing in both.  8-hour class.  $150 per participant.

Powered Industrial Truck (Forklift)

This training includes a half day of classroom training, and a half day of practical training plus testing in both.  8-hour class.  $150 per participant.