Heavy Equipment Colleges of America (HEC) are private education and training schools specializing in heavy equipment operation. Founded in 2006, HEC is proud to offer a wide range of training programs, such as mobile crane and lattice boom crane operations. Our colleges were quickly named approved testing sites by the National Commission for the Certification of Crane Operators (NCCCO).
With seven campuses across the country, our facilities provide an education to many students interested in learning more about skilled trades conveniently and close to home. HEC has campuses in the following locations:
- Heavy Equipment College of Georgia
- Heavy Equipment College of California
- Heavy Equipment College of Oklahoma
- Heavy Equipment College of Tennessee
- Heavy Equipment Training-Alabama, LLC
- Heavy Equipment College of Washington
- Heavy Equipment Training-North Carolina, LLC d/b/a Heavy Equipment College of North Carolina
Each of our campuses is devoted to carefully training students in heavy equipment operation, and aims to give them the skills and knowledge they need to succeed. This has been our goal since the very beginning.
Operators for heavy machines such as dozers, excavators and cranes are in high demand on construction sites across the country. In as little as three weeks, you can get the training, skills and certification you need to start a rewarding career in the growing construction industry.
Whether you are looking to gain a professional edge and create a new career path, or you are a military veteran transitioning back to civilian life, the HEC have a proven track record of success. You may earn certification from North America Heavy Equipment Training Services and be on your way to a rewarding future.
Due to the success of our staff, our students, our learning environment and our dedication to continually improving and growing our campuses and programs, our colleges have collectively grown by 122% over the past three years.*
For more information regarding our campuses, please feel free to contact the campus in question directly.