Many of our members are coming up on the 5-year anniversary of our first NCCER mobile crane operator certification and now is the time to access your NCCER Registry and note the expiration date of your mobile crane license! Re-certification is required every 5 years. In order to re-certify you must retake and pass both the practical examination and the computerized test with an 80% score for each. There is no grace period after your certification expires.
We will be scheduling abbreviated operator re-certification classes for 2023, to see pricing and the full list of calendar dates go to https://members.iamu.org/page/NCCER.
IAMU has opened select registration for our NCCER Re-certification classes for March and April, 2023. Please click HERE or visit the IAMU website to register.
Who Should Attend:
Digger derrick and service truck crane operators who currently hold a mobile crane operator’s certification.
What Do These Classes and Certification Consist Of:
Classes will be a 3-days long, classroom instruction, an on-line exam that has an 80% pass requirement, a practical exam for re-certification of mobile crane. Students who pass the written and practical exams receive nationally recognized certification from the National Center for Construction Education Research (NCCER).
When Will Classes Be Held:
Dates have been scheduled for 2023 at the IAMU complex. Please click HERE or visit the IAMU website for available dates.
May 8 – 12 (Operator Certification)
June 13 – 15 (Operator Re-Certification)
July 17 – 21 (Operator Certification)
July 25 – 27 (Operator Re-Certification)
August 21 – 25 (Operator Certification)
September 26 – 28 (Operator Re-Certification)
October 17 – 19 (Operator Re-Certification)
October 31 – November 1 & 2 (Operator Re-Certification)
Examination retakes are $100 and may be taken during any scheduled exam date.
- There is a maximum of 10 participants per class session.
- Lunch will be provided Tuesday through Thursday.
- All participants will attend classroom days. Exams will take place on the Wednesday of each class session. Depending on the number of participants, Wednesday evening and Friday may also be used for practical exams.
- Each participant will need to bring their PPE for the practical exam: High Viz clothing, hardhat, safety glasses, gloves, safety shoes, and long pants.
For additional information about the classes and online registration for each event, click HERE.
If you have any questions in regards to the classes, or requirements, please contact:
Margret Meade, IAMU Safety Outreach Coordinator (email@example.com)