At Heavy Equipment Colleges of America, we understand the importance of ensuring that your employees are properly trained. We think that it is so important, in fact, that we have dedicated over a decade to creating and refining our training and evaluation processes. We are proud to provide our evaluating and training options to both students and businesses.

Some businesses wonder if they really need to invest in proper training for specialized equipment. After all, as long as the employees in question get the work done everything is fine, right? The answer to this is, of course, “no.” You should never underestimate just how important proper training and objective evaluation is when it comes to jobsite safety. Indeed, the failure to properly assess your employees and their skill levels could open you up to risk of injuries and claims. Why take this risk?

We are happy to offer specialized equipment training along with our other certification, assessment and training programs to businesses.

Specialized Equipment Training

HEC can create specific and specialized training programs tailored to your needs. We can also develop appropriate evaluation methods and provide the certification programs you need to ensure a competent and proficient workforce. The more complex and specialized the task, the more important it is that you have the appropriate training mechanisms in place to ensure productivity and safety. We have developed a skills training and evaluation process that meets industry-accepted standards and is adaptable to all types of construction equipment.

To help ensure the safety of your workplace, we will create classroom activities and field exercises that are linked specifically to your goals. We can also design written tests and field assessments that will accurately measure the knowledge, skills, and abilities of your workforce.

For more information regarding our training methods and services, contact us today. Our training will raise on-time performance, enhance safety, reduce risk and improve your bottom line.