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tower crane apprenticeship

Tower crane operator certifications are compulsory in Ontario. Ontario residents must be registered as an apprentice prior to taking any training.

 

OETIO is a Training Delivery Agent (TDA) approved by the Government of Ontario, Apprenticeship Division to deliver the in-school tower crane operator apprenticeship training.

Topics:

  • Manuals, regulations, & policies 

  • Safe working environment

  • Hazards of high voltage

  • Emergency rescue procedures

  • Signals & communications

  • Types, components, & terms

  • Pre-operational inspection

  • Wire rope & rigging

  • Fall protection 

  • Pre-lift set-up & planning

  • Crane capacity & configuration

  • Hammerhead / luffing jib crane operations 

  • Climbing cranes

  • Crane maintenance

  • WHMIS

  • First-aid & CPR 

Note: Mobile and tower crane students both start their in-school training with the Level 1.

  

Training and benefits:
 

This program provides the fundamentals of safety, equipment characteristics, and operational practices that apply to tower cranes. Ample hands-on practice develops the basic skills of both hammerhead and luffing jib tower crane operation and maintenance.

The Branch 3 (339B) apprenticeship requires common core and an additional 2 levels of in-school advanced training.

This program does not require approval under the Private Career Colleges Act, 2005.

If you're interested in any of our Apprenticeship Programs, the first step is to register and attend one of our Information sessions.  The dates, locations, times and registration form can be found here.

This Employment Ontario program is funded by the Ontario Government

This program does not require approval under the Private Career Colleges Act, 2005.

Offering Training Programs in Compliance with

ministry of labour, training and skills development