Mobile Crane Operator/Rigger/Signal Person Certification
Demonstrate the ability to read, write, comprehend and exhibit mathematical skills, in the language of the crane manufacturer’s operations and maintenance instructional materials.
Applicant must sign the Application for Practical Examination, which includes an affidavit that a medical professional has found him/her physically qualified to operate mobile cranes per ASME B30.5 and that he/she has successfully passed (negative result) a substance abuse test, as specified in the current ASME B30.5 standards.
- Boom Trucks Cranes
- Industrial/All Purpose Cranes
- Telescopic Boom Cranes
NOTE: The content of the Industrial/All Purpose Crane and Boom Truck Crane written assessments are included in the Telescopic Boom Crane written assessment. An applicant may satisfy three categories by taking the Telescopic Boom Crane assessment. If an applicant desires certification on Boom Truck Crane only or Industrial/All Purpose Crane only, then only the respective written assessment may be taken.
Available Practical Credentials
- Industrial/All Purpose
- Rough Terrain/All Terrain
- Single Control Station, Fixed Controls
- Single Control Station, Rotating Controls
- Rubber Tire Truck Mount
- Articulating Boom Truck, Fixed Controls
- Articulating Boom Truck, Rotating Controls
- Telescoping Boom Truck, Fixed Controls
- Telescoping Boom Truck, Rotating Controls
- Telescopic Boom, All Terrain
A candidate may test on one or all of the practical examination(s) after the successful completion of the applicable written assessment); however, NCCER certification will only be issued on those types and categories for which the candidate successfully completes both the written assessment and the practical examination.
NCCER Certification is granted for a specific period of five years from the date of certificate issuance.
For registration and program availability; contact us at 432-413-3521.