The Traditional Training course consists of a morning classroom session focused on theory. This is followed by an afternoon session for Hands-on Practical Training and ends with an evaluation session on the same day.
The Traditional Training course will be facilitated by an Instructor for the day. The classroom theory portion consists of:
- General and specific legislation applicable to the workplace
- Basic principles of equipment operation
- Main components of the equipment
- Manufacturers operating manual
The Online Training course consists of a self-directed web-based theory session. The student is allowed a 2-week time frame to complete the web-based theory portion before attending the Hands-on Practical Training. Online Training is convenient, cost-effective, self-paced and offers enough time to provide a solid understanding of equipment operator knowledge prior to the Hands-on Practical Training.
Once successfully completed, the Hands-on Practical Training and evaluation session is required. Hands-on Practical Training is a half-day session focusing on the complete understanding of workplace hazard assessment, equipment inspection, and a practical operator evaluation.