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TRAINING

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Table of Contents We Are ITI...............................................................................................................................................................4 Why Train With ITI?..............................................................................................................................................6 About ITI/Our Values..........................................................................................................................................7 Explore Your Own Path......................................................................................................................................8 Training At Your Facility.................................................................................................................................. 10 ITI Training Centers.......................................................................................................................................... 11 Training Center & Registration Information............................................................................................ 12 FUNDAMENTALS OF RIGGING ENGINEERING..................................................................14 Program Introduction, Format & Delivery....................................................................................16 Program Outline............................................................................................................................................... 17 FORE Intructors & Contributors.....................................................................................................18 RE-110 Engineering Principles for Rigging & Load Handling....................................................20 RE-120 Crane & Derrick Engineering, Installation & Planning...................................................22 RE-130 Rigging & Load Handling Equipment Engineering & Applications.............................24 RE-140 Alternative Load Handling Equipment Engineering & Applications...........................26 RE-150 Lift Planning Procedure, Considerations & Execution...................................................28 RE-160 Specialized Transport Planning & Engineering Considerations...................................30 RE-170 Standards & Regulations for Load Handling Equipment..............................................32 RE-180 Project Execution for Lift Planners & Rigging Engineers...............................................34 RE-190 Offshore Lifting for Lift Planners & Rigging Engineers..................................................36 FORE Program Pricing and FAQs................................................................................................................. 38 RIGGING..............................................................................................................................42 Rigging Gear Inspector Level I & II............................................................................................................. 45 Rigging Gear Inspector Level III.................................................................................................................. 45 Intermediate Rigging...................................................................................................................................... 47 NCCCO Certified Rigger Level I Exams...................................................................................................... 47 NCCCO Certified Signalperson Test Prep & Exams............................................................................... 47 NCCCO Certified Rigger Level I.................................................................................................................... 49 NCCCO Certified Rigger Level II................................................................................................................... 49 Master Rigger..................................................................................................................................................... 51 ITI Qualified Signalperson Exams............................................................................................................... 51 ITI Qualified Rigger Exams............................................................................................................................ 51 CRANES...............................................................................................................................52 NCCCO Certified Mobile Crane Operator Test Prep & Exams............................................................ 55 NCCCO Certified Overhead Crane Operator Test Prep & Exams...................................................... 55 Mobile Crane Operator - ITI Qualified....................................................................................................... 57 Mobile Crane Operator - Initial.................................................................................................................... 57 Mobile Crane Inspector - ITI Qualified...................................................................................................... 59 Boom Truck Operator...................................................................................................................................... 61 Overhead Crane Operator ............................................................................................................................ 63 Overhead Crane Inspector............................................................................................................................ 63 Pedestal Crane Operator .............................................................................................................................. 65 Pedestal Crane Inspector............................................................................................................................... 65 LIFT PLANNING & MANAGEMENT....................................................................................66 Lift Director & Critical Lift Planning........................................................................................................... 69 Accident Investigation for Cranes, Rigging, and Material Handling Operations........................................................................................... 71 Crane Assembly/Dissassembly Director.................................................................................................. 73 Specialized Transport & Heavy Lift Master Class................................................................................... 75 EQUIPMENT........................................................................................................................76 Forklift & Telescopic Handler Operator..................................................................................................... 79 Forklift Inspector.............................................................................................................................................. 79 Skid Steer Operator......................................................................................................................................... 79 Aerial Work Platform Operator.................................................................................................................... 81 Aerial Work Platform Inspector................................................................................................................... 81 Front End Loader Operator........................................................................................................................... 83 Backhoe Operator............................................................................................................................................ 83 Dozer Operator................................................................................................................................................. 83 SOCKETING & SLING FABRICATION..................................................................................85 Qualified Fabricator......................................................................................................................................... 85 ITI TRAINING CENTER COURSE DATES BY SUBJECT..........................................................86 ITI TRAINING CENTER COURSE DATES BY LOCATION.......................................................88

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We Are ITI

TRAINING

The world’s foremost provider of educational and technical services for those who use cranes, rigging and load handling equipment.

E-LEARNING

Hello Friends! I am glad that you are taking the time to learn a bit more about our organization and how we benefit the world-class customers we serve in their day-to-day crane, rigging, and load handling activities. In this year’s catalog you’ll find a wide range of courses and services that are unparalleled in the industry. Our top-tier instructors deliver proven knowledge and real-world skills to personnel around the globe who are charged with conducting load handling activities of various scope and size. We also serve as a technical resource by offering reference material through the ITI Bookstore and live monthly webinars that are free of charge. Our Field Services team works closely with organizations to develop load handling manuals and performance evaluations to assist in elevating their entire organization’s practices.

Turn our experience into your expertise

BOOKSTORE

FIELD SERVICES

WORKSHOPS

WEBINARS

We thank you for your interest and I look forward to welcoming you to one of our training centers, online courses, or specialized training programs delivered at your company’s facility in the year ahead. Sincerely,

Mike Parnell Technical Director/CEO Industrial Training International

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Why Train With ITI?

About ITI

ITI helps organizations embed excellence by teaching increased understanding of industry standards, regulations & best practices.

Our values assist organizations in creating a culture of excellence and safety.

INTEGRITY

Construction

We’re relied upon by global industry leaders

DEDICATION

We are wholeheartedly devoted to our customers, employees and shareholders, with our collective commitment to provide a unique, world-class educational experience.

EXCELLENCE

To be the world-leader in crane, rigging and load handling equipment training and consulting while remaining proactive in the pursuit of perfection.

INNOVATION

Solving customer challenges with forward-thinking solutions through the continuous improvement of curriculum, technology and personnel.

AGILITY

We are dynamic and lean in our ability to effectively adapt to customer training and service requirements while maintaining a solid foundation.

Power Generation

Mining 12+ Industry Groups

Oil & Gas

Honoring commitments while maintaining the highest standards of ethical conduct through honesty, transparency and courage.

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Explore Your Own Path Cranes

Rigging

• Basic Rigging & Inspection • Signalperson • Intermediate Rigger • Master Rigger

Lift Planning

• Mobile Crane Operator and Inspector • Overhead Crane Operator and Inspector • Tower Crane Operator • Pedestal Crane Operator and Inspector

• Rigging Equipment & Applications • Standards & Regulations • Project Execution • Cranes & Derricks

Specialized Transport

Equipment

• Specialized Transport/Heavy Lift Master Class • Alternative Load Handling Equipment

• Lift Director & Critical Lift Planning • Accident Investigation • Crane Assembly/Disassembly Director

NCCCO Certification

Rigging Engineering

• Forklift/Telescopic Handler Operator and Inspector • Aerial Work Platform Operator and Inspector • Construction Equipment Operator

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Inspection

• NCCCO Mobile Crane Operator • NCCCO Overhead Crane Operator • NCCCO Signalperson • NCCCO Rigger Levels I & II

• Rigging Gear Inspector Level I & II • Rigging Gear Inspector Level III • Overhead Crane Inspector • Mobile Crane Inspector

Socketing and Sling Fabrication

• Socketing and Sling Fabrication

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Training at your facility

Training Centers

We can deliver any of our training courses directly to your team, at your location. ITI creates custom programs tailored to fit your specific training needs and goals. Custom Advanced Rigger Training with Joy Global. “Richard Marcotte made a significant impact to our organization in a short period of time and opened a lot of eyes. I am extremely thankful of the quality of training provided, as are the individual students Richard worked with during the course. I have highlighted some of their comments below. “ • (This course) opened my eyes to many areas that we, as a company, and me personally were lacking knowledge . – Phil, Welder 38 years’ experience

Our state-of-the-art training facilities provide hands-on learning opportunities where our students can test and expand their working knowledge under the careful guidance of knowledgable instructors.

Anchorage, AK Training Center

Edmonton, AB Training Centre

Woodland, WA

Corporate Headquarters and Training Center

 Cleveland, OH

Chicago, IL

Training Center

Training Center

Memphis, TN

Training Center

Houston, TX

• Going in I thought, “I have been rigging for years, what will I learn?” Well, I learned a lot.

Training Center

– Joe, Millwright

• Everything was excellent, the best of all the training I have had while at this company. – Matthew, Welder

• I learned more in two days than I have learning in my previous 38 years on the job. – Keith, Group Leader/Former Welder

“The USW (United Steelworkers) safety rep/steward provided Richard a special gesture of appreciation on behalf of the entire USW Local 1114. They, along with Joy Global, appreciate the education provided to our workforce.” -Brian Ciszweski, Senior EHS Specialist

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COURSE & REGISTRATION

INFORMATION

Information for ITI Training Center Courses Scheduled Training at our Training Centers Individuals seeking training, as well as companies who require training for a few persons, often find our open enrollment courses meet their needs and budget. Each program is designed to provide a practical approach that will advance knowledge, skill, and confidence, upgrade technical skills and enhance safety awareness.

Woodland Training Center 9428 Old Pacific Highway, Woodland, WA 98674 Flights should be made into Portland International Airport in Portland, OR.

Registration and Course Fees Prepayment by check or credit card is required. Payment must accompany the registration. If paying after program start date, add $50 to each registration fee.

Anchorage Training Center 5811 Old Seward Highway, Anchorage, AK 99518 Flights should be made into Anchorage International Airport in Anchorage, AK.

Personal Protective Equipment Coveralls or appropriate work attire, gloves and steeltoed footwear are required. Hard hats, safety glasses, safety vests and ear protection are provided. Program Recording Audio and video recording of programs is prohibited. Program Time* Programs are held from 8am - 5pm each day. *Edmonton courses begin at 8:30am Cancellation Policy With 30 days advance notice, a full refund will be issued (less a 5% processing fee) or fees may be applied towards another program held within 1 year. Cancellations made within 30 days of the program and “no-shows” will be liable for the entire fee. If it is necessary for ITI to cancel a program, you will be notified at least one week prior to the class start date. Please purchase airline tickets accordingly and check with your travel agent. ITI will not be responsible for non-refundable travel fees.

Memphis Training Center 2163 Airways Blvd., Memphis, TN 38114 Flights should be made into Memphis International Airport in Memphis, TN.

Houston Training Center 5213 Center Street, Pasadena, TX 77505 Flights should be made into William P. Hobby Airport in Houston, TX. Chicago Training Center 9925 S. Industrial Drive, Bridgeview, IL 60455 Flights should be made into Chicago Midway International Airport in Chicago, IL. Cleveland Training Center 21000 Aerospace Pkwy, Cleveland, OH 44142 Flights should be made into Cleveland Hopkins International Airport in Cleveland, OH. Edmonton Training Centre 1803 - 11 Street, Nisku, AB T9E 1A8 Flights should be made into Edmonton International Airport in Edmonton, AB. ITI can assist you with locating lodging in the cities where our training centers are located. Just ask your Training Solutions Expert for more details when registering for your course(s).

Registration Information Prepayment is required to guarantee your seat. Reservations can be made by calling 1.800.727.6355 or online at iti.com, or by mailing a check and registration form to: USA Programs (US funds) - P.O. Box 1660, Woodland WA 98674 Canada Programs (Canadian Funds) - P.O. Box 53618 Ellerslie Rd., Edmonton AB T6X 0P6

Information for On-Site Training Courses

On-Site Training On-site training brings a customized program to your facility. Regardless of industry, ITI's reputation for implementing successful training is unmatched. On-site programs are customized for your cranes, equipment, personnel, and any job, corporate or regulatory compliance requirements. All ITI Courses include classroom interactive, problem-solving workshops and hands-on sessions. Pricing indicated in this catalog is for Training Center enrollment only and is subject to change. Please check iti.com/training for current pricing and course information.

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Introducing the World’s Only Rigging Engineering Program

Thank you to all of the Program Supporters who have dedicated their time, energy, and resources to the success of this ground-breaking Program, and to the Customers who have entrusted us with their superintendents, lift planners, and engineers. Fundamentals of Rigging Engineering is a fully accredited program.

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RIGGING ENGINEERING WHO:

For personnel who plan and oversee lifting and load handling activities including Lift Planners, Crane & Rigging Managers, and Engineers.

WHAT:

An accredited, comprehensive introduction to the engineering behind complex rigging, lifting, and transport activities.

WHERE: Powered by an online learning management system which showcases instructor lectures, quizzes, workshops, and exams with live instructor-led learning options available. WHY:

To gain a deep understanding of the engineering considerations for all modes of load handling.

WHEN:

On-demand, online, with live instructor-led learning opportunities.

HOW:

Over 20 of the world’s finest rigging engineers and some very influential organizations have assembled to build the first training program of its kind.

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Introduction

Program Outline

The Fundamentals of Rigging Engineering Program is a comprehensive introduction to the science and art of the engineering behind heavy rigging, lifting, and transport activities. This program was built to prepare key personnel with foundational knowledge in rigging engineering, exposing students to what they need to consider, and provide them with the resources to solve a challenge when it arises. The Program is designed for lift planners, crane and rigging managers, and other non-engineers who conduct lift planning activities. Additionally, the Program is designed for engineers needing formal training for heavy crane, rigging and lifting activities.

Program Format & Delivery

Program Certificate and Accreditation Fundamentals of Rigging Engineering is accredited with ASME, IACET and LEEA. A Program Certificate will be awarded to students who complete all of the Program Requirements. Program Requirements - To complete the Program Requirements a student must successfully complete the five required courses and two elective courses of their choice. Courses may be taken individually. Format - RE-110 through RE-170 and RE-190 are online, and on-demand, delivered through a robust learning management system that showcases lecture recordings, assignments, quizzes and exams. Other courses are taught at ITI Training Centers around the globe. All Program Requirements can be achieved online. Who Should Take The Program? - The Program is designed for lift planners, crane and rigging managers, and other non-engineers who conduct lift planning activities. Additionally, the Program is designed for engineers needing formal training for heavy crane, rigging and lifting activities.

ITI - Course Available Online & On-Demand

- Course Provided at our ITI Training Centers

Required Courses Engineering Principles RE-110 for Rigging & Load Handling

40 hrs

ITI

Crane & Derrick Engineering, RE-120 Installation & Planning

32 hrs

ITI

RE-130 Rigging & Load Handling Equipment

48 hrs

ITI

RE-140 Alternative Load Handling Equipment

32 hrs

ITI

Lift Planning Procedure, RE-150 Considerations & Execution

24 hrs

ITI

Specialized Transport RE-160 Planning & Engineering Considerations

40 hrs

ITI

Standards & Regulations RE-170 for Load Handling Equipment

12 hrs

ITI

RE-180 Project Execution

16 hrs

Offshore Lifting RE-190 for Lift Planners & Rigging Engineers

24 hrs

Engineering & Applications

Engineering & Applications

Elective Courses*

for Lift Planners & Rigging Engineers

Master Rigger

32 hrs

Certified Rigging Gear Inspector I

32 hrs

Mobile Crane Inspector

32 hrs

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*Two electives are required to complete the program. Courses may be taken individually.

Program Materials As part of the Fundamentals of Rigging Engineering Program, students will receive a complimentary copy of Keith Anderson’s book, Rigging Engineering Basics. In addition, students will receive the ASME standards, books and reference materials applicable for each course purchased, to assist them in building a comprehensive crane and rigging reference library. To view materials provided for each course, please go to www.riggingengineering.com/courses.

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Instructors & Contributors

Instructors & Contributors

J. Keith Anderson, CEng MIMechE | BDES Program Manager

Sammy Suggs

Roger “Skip” Ohman, Jr., P.E.

• Project Manager, Technip • Formerly with Heerema Marine & CBS Engineering

• Author, Rigging Engineering Basics • Formerly with Mammoet and Sarens

• Owner, Landmark Engineering • Charter Commissioner, NCCCO • Formerly with American Hoist & Derrick Co.

Kyle Adams, P.E.

Richard Krabbendam

Jonathan Parnell, P.E.

Paul Sweeney, P.E.

• Sr. Project Manager, Barnhart Crane & Rigging • Fmr. Project Engineer, Allen & Hoshall

• Owner, Heavy Lift Specialist • Formerly with Jumbo Shipping, Mammoet, Van Seumeren, Big Lift

• Project Manager, Barnhart Crane & Rigging • Former Project Manager, ITI

• Fmr. Manager of Cranes & Lifting Equipment, General Dynamics Electric Boat • Member, ASME B30 Cranes & Rigging Main Committee

Fernando Ferraz Alves, P.E.

Joseph Kuzar

Mike Parnell

Marco van Daal

• Asst. Technical Director/ Training Manager, ITI • Member, ASME P30 Lift Planning

• Technical Director & CEO, ITI • Author, Mike’s Rigging Mysteries • Author, Master Rigger Workbook • Chair, ASME P30 Lift Planning Standard

• Owner, The Works Int’l • Author, The Art of Heavy Transport • Formerly with Mammoet and Fagioli

Jeff Dacey, P.E.

Jim Lory

Don Pellow, P.E.

Jim Wiethorn, P.E.

• Rigging Manager • Formerly with Fagioli and Mammoet

• Rigging Engineering Manager, Fluor Corporation • Fmr. Project Manager, CB&I

• Owner, Pellow Engineering • Fmr. Director of Quality Processes, WireCo World Group • Fmr. Chairman, Wire Rope Technical Board

• Chairman & Principal Engineer, Haag Engineering • Member, ASME B30 Cranes & Rigging Main Committee • Author, Crane Accidents: Causes & Trends

David Duerr, P.E.

Don Mahnke, P.E.

Bill Rigot

Jim Yates, P.E.

• Owner, 2DM Associates • Author, Telescopic Hydraulic Gantry Systems

• Owner, Hydra-Slide • Former SVP, Mammoet • Co-Founder, ETARCO

• Senior Consultant, Fluor • Fmr. Co-Team Lead EFCOG Human Performance Task Group • Fmr. Chief Engineer, USS Nimitz

• SVP of Engineering & Technical Services, Barnhart Crane & Rigging • Member, ASME P30 Lift Planning

Brandon Hitch, P.E.

Larry Means, P.E.

Larry Shapiro, P.E.

• CEO, CICA, CraneSafe • Formerly with Cargotec Australia

• Owner, Means Engineering • Fmr. Director of Engineering, WireCo World Group

• Partner, Howard I. Shapiro & Assoc. • Author, Cranes & Derricks • Member, ASME B30 Crane & Rigging Main Committee • Member, ASME P30 Lift Planning Committee

• Chief Rigging Engineer, Bechtel

• Managing Director, ITI Latin America • Member, Normas Brasileiras • Formerly with Fluke Engenharia and Cimaf

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Ron Kohner, P.E.

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• Technical Adviser, The Crosby Group • Former Chief Engineer & Director of Training, The Crosby Group

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ENGINEERING PRINCIPLES FOR

RIGGING & LOAD HANDLING

Engineering Principles for Rigging & Load Handling

#RE-110

This course may be taken by students wishing to complete the entire Program, or as a standalone course. This course is available online and on demand.

ITI

40 HRS

8 weeks of access is provided to complete this course. Course framework includes: • Reading Assignments • Instructor Lecture Videos • Knowledge Checks • Final Exam The student should expect to spend 7 to 10 hours per week on the Course Curriculum.

Course Outline Module 1: Statics and Dynamics

Module 2: Basic Structural Analysis & Design • • • • • • •

Module Introduction & Major Considerations Stress & Strain Shear Stress & Shear Strain Beam Shear & Bending Centroid, Moment of Inertia Connections Columns

Module 3: Introduction to Dynamics • • • • •

Module Introduction & Major Considerations Rectilinear Kinematics Force & Accleration Work & Energy Derivatives & Integrals

Module 4: Hydraulics & Powered Lifting • • • •

Fundamental Principles of Hydraulics Definitions & Components of Hydraulics Diagrams & Symbols of Hydraulics Power Calculations of Hydraulics

Jonathan Parnell, P.E.

RE-110 COURSE FEE

$1,795

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RIGGING ENGINEERING

Module Introduction & Major Considerations Vectors & Forces Moments Structures Friction Center of Gravity

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CRANE & DERRICK ENGINEERING,

INSTALLATION & PLANNING

Crane & Derrick Engineering, Installation & Planning

#RE-120

This course may be taken by students wishing to complete the entire Program, or as a standalone course. This course is available online and on demand.

ITI

32 HRS

8 weeks of access is provided to complete this course. Course framework includes: • Reading Assignments • Instructor Lecture Videos • Knowledge Checks • Final Exam The student should expect to spend 7 to 10 hours per week on the Course Curriculum.

Course Outline Module 1: Introduction to Cranes & Derricks Module Introduction & Major Considerations Hoisting, Drums & Sheaves Wire Rope & Fittings Powered Lifting, Luffing, Derricks & the Contemporary Crane • Basis for Load Ratings • • • • • •

Module Introduction & Major Considerations Derricks Mobile Cranes Load Spreading Tower Cranes Various Cranes

Module 3: Loads & Forces • • • •

David Duerr, P.E.

Module Introduction & Major Considerations Static Loads Dynamic Loads Wind Loads

Module 4: Stability Against Overturning • • • •

Larry Shapiro, P.E.

Joseph Kuzar

Module Introduction & Major Considerations Mobile Cranes Tower & Self-Erecting Cranes Dynamic Stability

Module 5: Crane Use & Planning

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Module Introduction & Major Considerations Mobile Crane Installations Tower Crane Installations Derrick Installations Controlling Risk Load Charts - Rating Charts & Overloading Mobile Cranes on Barges

Kyle Adams, P.E.

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Module 2: Crane Configurations

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RIGGING & LOAD HANDLING EQUIPMENT

ENGINEERING & APPLICATIONS

Rigging & Load Handling Equipment Engineering & Applications

#RE-130

This course may be taken by students wishing to complete the entire Program, or as a standalone course. This course is available online and on demand. 8 weeks of access is provided to complete this course. Course framework includes:

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48 HRS

• Reading Assignments • Instructor Lecture Videos • Knowledge Checks • Final Exam The student should expect to spend 7 to 10 hours per week on the Course Curriculum.

Course Outline Module Introduction & Major Considerations Wire Rope Fundamentals Wire Rope Slings Chain Slings Synthetic Web Slings Synthetic Roundslings Synthetic Rope Slings Shackles & Hardware

Module 2: Below-the-Hook Lifting Devices • • • •

David Duerr, P.E.

Module Introduction & Major Considerations Structural Design Factors Lifting Beams & Spreader Bars Lifting Lug Design

Module 3: Lifting Equipment • Module Introduction & Major Considerations • Hand & Lever Chain Hoists • Manual & Air Tuggers

Larry Means, P.E.

Module 4: Rigging Applications

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Module Introduction & Major Considerations Rigging Selection, Hitch Types & Capacities Center of Gravity & Calculations Load Distribution Sling Tension Load Control Chain Hoists & Load Drifting Levers, Jacking & Rolling Reeving Winches & Blocks Off-Level Pick Points Load Turning

Roger Ohman Jr., P.E.

Mike Parnell

Module 5: Rigging Arrangements & Techniques • • • • • •

Stability & Equilibrium Tandem Lifting Upending & Inverting Loads Vessel Upending Techniques Load Sharing & Equalizing Arrangements Suspension of Loads from Horizontal Lines

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RIGGING ENGINEERING

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ALTERNATIVE LOAD HANDLING EQUIPMENT

ENGINEERING & APPLICATIONS

Alternative Load Handling Equipment Engineering & Applications

#RE-140

This course may be taken by students wishing to complete the entire Program, or as a standalone course. This course is available online and on demand.

ITI

32 HRS

8 weeks of access is provided to complete this course. Course framework includes: • Reading Assignments • Instructor Lecture Videos • Knowledge Checks • Final Exam The student should expect to spend 7 to 10 hours per week on the Course Curriculum.

Course Outline Module Introduction & Major Considerations Strand Jacks Compatible Mast Systems Jack and Pack Systems Heavy Duty Proprietary Systems Elephant Foot Jacks Gripper-Type Climbing Jacks Push-Up Mast Systems Cranes with Strand Jacks

Module 2: Telescopic Hydraulic Gantries • • • •

Module Introduction & Major Considerations Application & Engineering Lift Planning & Operations Strand Jacks on THGS

Jim Yates, P.E.

Module 3: Modular Lift Towers & Various Systems • • • •

Module Introduction Engineering Considerations & Alternative Lift Methods Layout & Construction Guidelines for MLTs & ALMs Operations of MLTs & ALMs

Module 4: Horizontal Load Handling Systems • • • •

David Duerr, P.E.

Module Introduction & Major Considerations Skidding Systems Rolling Systems Alternative Horizontal Rigging Systems Don Mahnke, P.E.

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RIGGING ENGINEERING

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LIFT PLANNING PROCEDURE CONSIDERATIONS & EXECUTION

Lift Planning Procedure, Considerations & Execution

#RE-150

This course may be taken by students wishing to complete the entire Program, or as a standalone course. This course is available online and on demand.

ITI

24 HRS

8 weeks of access is provided to complete this course. Course framework includes: • Reading Assignments • Instructor Lecture Videos • Knowledge Checks • Final Exam The student should expect to spend 7 to 10 hours per week on the Course Curriculum.

Course Outline Module 1: Introduction to Lift Planning • • • • •

Module Introduction & Major Considerations 8 Consideration Points Analyzing Risk Modularization Human Performance Management Module Introduction & Major Considerations Load Handling Roles & Responsibilities 10 Load Handling Factors Preparing a Lift Plan Lifting Personnel Lift Planning Meeting Lift Planning Software Overview

Module 3: Executing Lift Plans

Mike Parnell

• Module Introduction & Major Considerations • Crane Accident Studies and Statistics • Accident Analysis and Case Studies Bill Rigot

Jim Wiethorn, P.E.

RE-150 COURSE FEE

$995

J. Keith Anderson CEng MIMechE | BDES

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SPECIALIZED TRANSPORT

PLANNING & ENGINEERING CONSIDERATIONS

Specialized Transport Planning & Engineering Considerations

#RE-160

ITI

Elective Course

This course may be taken by students wishing to complete the entire Program, or as a standalone course. This course is available online and on demand.

40 HRS

8 weeks of access is provided to complete this course. Course framework includes: • Reading Assignments • Instructor Lecture Videos • Knowledge Checks • Final Exam The student should expect to spend 7 to 10 hours per week on the Course Curriculum.

Course Outline Module Introduction & Major Considerations Hydraulic Platform Trailers Overview & Case Studies Hydraulic Platform Trailers Engineering & Calculations Other Equipment Operational Considerations, Regulations & Permitting Securement & Lashing Design

Module 2: Rail Transport • • • •

Module Introduction & Major Considerations Equipment Operational Considerations, Regulations & Permitting Securement Design

Module 3: Water Transport • • • •

Module Introduction & Major Considerations Barges & Ships: Overview & Case Studies Barges & Ships: Engineering & Calculations Classification Societies & Regulations

Marco van Daal

RE-160 COURSE FEE

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STANDARDS & REGULATIONS FOR LOAD HANDLING EQUIPMENT

Standards and Regulations for Load Handling Equipment

#RE-170

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Elective Course

This course may be taken by students wishing to complete the entire Program, or as a standalone course. This course is available online and on demand.

12 HRS

8 weeks of access is provided to complete this course. Course framework includes: • Reading Assignments • Instructor Lecture Videos • Knowledge Checks • Final Exam The student should expect to spend 7 to 10 hours per week on the Course Curriculum.

Course Outline Module Introduction & Major Considerations ASME B30 ASME P30 ASME BTH-1 Global Standards Comparison

Module 2: Government Regulations • • • • • • • •

Module Introduction & Major Considerations OSHA 1910 OSHA 1926 Canadian Federal & Provincial Regulations LOLER & PUWER Australia Brazil Unique Global Regulations/OSHA Interpretations

Fernando Ferraz Alves, P.E.

Jeff Dacey, P.E.

Module 3: Industry-Specific Requirements • • • •

Module Introduction & Major Considerations NRC DOE API

Mike Parnell

Brandon Hitch, P.E.

RE-170 COURSE FEE

$995

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PROJECT EXECUTION

FOR LIFT PLANNERS & RIGGING ENGINEERS

Project Execution for Lift Planners & Rigging Engineers

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Elective Course

This course may be taken by students wishing to complete the entire Program, or as a standalone course. This course is available online and on demand.

16 HRS

This Course is 2 days in duration and will be held at scheduled times throughout the year, in various cities throughout the world. It offers students an in-person, interactive option to collaborate and develop engineered lift plans alongside other students and ITI Rigging Engineering Instructors.

Course Outline

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Mobile Cranes Tower Cranes Telescopic Hydraulic Gantry Systems Hydraulic Jacks Strand Jacks Modular Lift Towers Hydraulic Skidding Systems Industrial Rolling Systems Winches & Blocks Hydraulic Platform Trailers Spreader Beams & Complex Lifting Arrangements Customized Load Handling Equipment

RE-180 COURSE FEE

$1,195

J. Keith Anderson CEng MIMechE | BDES

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Students are encouraged to utilize the computer systems that they are familiar with (e.g. AutoCAD, LiftPlanner, 3D Lift Plan).

RIGGING ENGINEERING

This Course is “project-oriented” and involves minimal instructor lecturing. Students will select from several project scenarios to execute in an array of working environments and load choices. Projects will be designed for execution with a variety of load handling equipment including:

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OFFSHORE LIFTING

FOR LIFT PLANNERS & RIGGING ENGINEERS

Offshore Lifting for Lift Planners & Rigging Engineers

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Elective Course

This course may be taken by students wishing to complete the entire Program, or as a standalone course. This course is available online and on demand.

24 HRS

8 weeks of access is provided to complete this course.

Course Outline Module 1: Introduction • Types of Offshore Lifts • Industry Overview Module 2: Vessels & Equipment

Module 3: Engineering Considerations • Onshore -vs- Offshore • Acceleration and Periods • COG: Movement and Shifting • Stability • Forces and Accelerations • Design for Dynamic Loading Module 4: Lift Planning • Offshore Preparations • Lift Planning Workshops

RE-190 COURSE FEE

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Types of Vessels Standard Vessels OSHA 1926 Rigging

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Pricing

FAQs

Completion of the full Program is achieved by passing the five required courses and two electives.

Q: Who should take this program?

ITI - Course Available Online & On-Demand

Individual Course List Prices:

- Course Provided On-Site at our ITI Training Centers

Engineering Principles RE-110 for Rigging & Load Handling

A: This program is designed to target two groups of students. (1) Engineers needing a foundation for heavy crane and rigging and lifting activities. Engineers come on the scene with backgrounds in mechanical, civil, structural or other branches of engineering. However, in most engineering programs, students learn little to nothing about crane and rigging activities. Most engineers who enter this field are then required to learn on-the-job.

REQUIRED

$1,795

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$2,195

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$2,195

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$1,795

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A: Yes. The flexibility of the program is a great benefit to prospective students. Fundamentals of Rigging Engineering is made up of 5 required courses, all of which are offered in an online, on-demand format.

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To complete the program, 2 elective courses are required. 3 of the 5 elective courses are offered in an online, on-demand format. 3 electives offer a hands-on training option at ITI Training Centers in the United States and Canada and 1 elective will be held at several global locations.

Specialized Transport RE-160 Planning & Engineering Considerations

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$2,195

ITI

Q: How much time is given to complete each course?

Standards & Regulations RE-170 for Load Handling Equipment

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$995

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RE-120 Crane & Derrick Engineering, Installation & Planning

Rigging & Load Handling Equipment RE-130 Engineering & Applications

REQUIRED RE-140 Alternative Load Handling Equipment

Engineering & Applications

Lift Planning Procedure, RE-150 Considerations & Execution

Project Execution RE-180 for Lift Planners & Rigging Engineers Offshore Lifting RE-190 for Lift Planners & Rigging Engineers

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Q: How advanced is the math for this program?

ITI

10% off list price ELECTIVE

$1,895 $495***

Rigging Gear Inspector - Level I

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$1,695 $495***

Mobile Crane Inspector

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$1,595 $495***

RE-180 Project Execution

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$1,195

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Master Rigger

ELECTIVE

$1,895 $495***

Rigging Gear Inspector - Level I

ELECTIVE

$1,695 $495***

Mobile Crane Inspector

ELECTIVE

$1,595 $495***

RE-180 Project Execution

ELECTIVE

$1,195

Q: How do I pay for the program? A: Students registering for the full program will receive an invoice for the total amount owed. Payment for a particular program course is due prior to starting that course. Students have 3 payment options to choose from (see page 38). A 5% processing fee will be added to program fees paid by credit card.

Q: Can I take just a single course from the program?

Q: What do I get for completing the program? A: Students will receive a Certificate of Completion for the full program as well as individual certificates for each course.

Q: Do I earn Continuing Education Units (CEUs)?

Full Program Payment Option #2 - Lump sum payment plan** )

A: Students will be exposed to algebra, geometry and calculus.

A: Yes. All the online courses will be available to take independent of the program. Individual courses may be purchased from ITI E-Learning.

*Eight equal quarterly payments over 2 years.

ITI

Q: Will I be able to talk to an instructor? A: Yes. There will be set office hours each month where students may interact with an instructor.

ELECTIVE

Master Rigger

All Online Courses (noted by

Q: Can I complete the entire program online?

A: Students will have 8 weeks to complete each online course. Hands-on courses last 2-4 days.

Full Program Payment Option #1 - 24 month payment plan* All Online Courses (noted by

(2) Non-engineers that have graduated through the ranks to take on roles of lift planner, equipment superintendent, or master rigger. In general, these individuals have learned a great deal on-the-job but lack the formal education that the risky activities they are conducting call for.

A: Yes. CEUs will be issued for each course. ITI

Q: How are shipping costs paid for student materials? A: Domestic shipping in North America is covered in the course fees. For international shipments: shipping costs, import duties, taxes and charges are not included in the course fees. These charges and fees are the student’s responsibility. Please check with your country’s customs office to determine what these additional costs will be prior to registering. International shipments run the risk of being held in customs. Student materials will not be replaced or reshipped in place of items being held in customs or items that have not cleared customs.

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• Books • Reference Cards • DVD/CD Training • Posters • Lift Plans • Tools • Field Equipment • Safety Products • Decals • Apparel

N E W & E XCLUSIVE R ESOURCES AVAIL AB LE FROM TH E ITI BOO K STO R E: Rigging Engineering Basics By J. Keith Anderson

438 pages, 8.5"x 11", softbound A practical guide for Lift Directors, Lift Planners, Rigging Engineers, Site Superintendents, Field Engineers, Rigging Foremen, Heavy Lift Managers, Heavy Haul Planners, Crane Operators, and Advanced Riggers. This book is intended to inform people planning rigging operations and point them in the direction of best practice, to alert them to pitfalls and how to avoid them, to instruct in how to do certain basic rigging engineering tasks. Item # 1175 | $139.00

In A Flash - Rigging Inspection Training Field Reference Guide

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224 pages, 3" x 5", spiral bound An amazing collection of 110 color photos that depict the most common types of damage as outlined by OSHA, ANSI, and ASME regulations. Item # 2200 | $19.95

Rigging Handbook 4th Edition By Jerry Klinke

256 pages, 4" x 7", softbound Both apprentices and journeyman riggers will appreciate the simple layout, organization and detailed illustrations provided in this book. Includes the recent changes by OSHA related to rigging and hoisting activities, information on cribbing, taglines, and pre-lift checklists, and more. Item # 2020 | $15.95

Crane Accidents: Causes & Trends

By Jim Wiethorn, PE 221 pgs, 8.5"x 11", hardbound

New from Haag Engineering, Crane Accidents: A Study of Causes and Trends to Create a Safer Work Environment, is a unprecedented, comprehensive look at over 500 crane accidents from 1983-2013. Providing an overview of causes and trends, and industry-specific analysis of accidents. The findings of Haag’s Crane Group can be used to enable crane owners, users, manufacturers and standards committees to address problematic areas so that future risks can be reduced. This study will provide valuable information to assist these same parties in their quest for a safer work place. Item # 1092 | $249.00

ITI Reference Cards are the most trusted and utilized field reference cards in the industry. Unless otherwise noted, reference cards are 10 panels, laminated and scored to fold into wallet size (3.25” x 2”) or pocket size (5.75” x 3.5”). Master Rigger’s Reference Card

Item # 3030 | Wallet Size Item # 3031 | Pocket Size Journeyman Rigger’s Reference Card

Item # 3010 | Wallet Size Item # 3012 | Pocket Size Lineman Rigger’s Reference Card

Item # 3020 | Wallet Size Item # 3021 | Pocket Size

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Rigging Gear Inspection Reference Card

Item # 3050 | Wallet Size Item # 3052 | Pocket Size Horizontal Rigging Reference Card 14 panel, 2 sided, full color, laminated

Item # 3045 | Pocket Size

Item # 3031

Item # 3012

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The Rigging Gear Inspector Course is designed to build and enhance the skills of the student to become a qualified, in-house rigging gear inspector. The course includes classroom sessions and multiple hands-on inspection activities. Participants learn the removal criteria for wire rope, wire rope slings, synthetic web and round slings, chain slings, rigging hardware and below-the-hook lifting devices according to the applicable federal and provincial regulations as well as ASME standards. Written exams are administered and participants perform hands-on inspections of used and damaged gear to test their knowledge of the criteria learned.

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The Rigging Gear Inspector Level III Course is designed for those who have attained a Level II Rigging Gear Inspector Qualification from ITI. The course covers product application and troubleshooting, field analysis, field inspection processes, fabrication and quality control, wear and abuse prevention, and problem-solving techniques for wire rope, wire rope slings, synthetic web and round slings, chain slings, rigging hardware and below-the-hook lifting devices. A written exam will determine participants’ knowledge of manufacturing and fabrication techniques, ability to troubleshoot and confirm comprehension of how the regulations and standards are practically applied to daily crane and rigging activities. A five-year Level III Qualification is issued to participants who successfully pass the exam.

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Intermediate Rigging • 1.6 CEU • 2 Days • $895 per registration This course is designed for the beginner to intermediate level person whose work assignments involve some rigging activity. All industries and their employees who handle and move loads or product in the course of their daily activities would benefit by our Intermediate Rigging Course. Course Subjects • Terms and Definitions • D/d Ratio • Effects of Shock Loading • Rigging Gear Inspection • Load Control/CG

• Load Weight Estimation • Load Factors for Sling Legs • Hitches and Pick Points • Rigger’s Checklist • Crane Hand Signals

The Intermediate Rigging Course and NCCCO Rigger Level I Exams and Signalperson Prep Course and Exams are conveniently scheduled back-to-back for those who wish to enroll in all. The Intermediate Rigging Course will help prepare candidates for the Rigger Level I Exams.

Additional test prep material will be provided. Days 1-2: Intermediate Rigging Day 3: NCCCO Rigger Level I Exams Day 4: NCCCO Signalperson Prep Course & Exams

NCCCO Certified Rigger Level I Exams • 1 Day • $595 per registration

NCCCO identified the following job duties for Rigger Level I Certification: A Certified Rigger Level I can perform simple, repetitive rigging tasks when the load weight, center of gravity, rigging, and rigging configuration are provided or known by the rigger through experience or knowledge of: • Inspecting rigging before use • Identifying and attaching rigging with basic knowledge of hitch configurations, capacities, and basic knots • Recognizing associated hazards • Signaling operations • Using various types of rigging equipment and basic hitches and their applications

NCCCO Certified Signalperson Test Prep & Exams • 1 Day • $795 per registration

The test prep course prepares candidates to take the NCCCO certification exams. NCCCO certification exams are designed for signalpersons who are trained and who will use hand and voice signals in crane operations. Industrial Training International endorses the national certification program offered by the National Commission for the Certification of Crane Operators (NCCCO) and provides training to prepare candidates for CCO exams.

A NCCCO candidate must pass the NCCCO written and practical examinations to be certified. NCCCO Signalperson certification is valid for five (5) years.

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NCCCO RIGGER CERTIFICATION

PREP & EXAMS

NCCCO Certified Rigger Level I & II Prep Course • 2.4 CEU • $1,295 per registration

The 3-day Rigger Prep Course is designed to prepare candidates to take the NCCCO Rigger I and Rigger II Written Certification Exams. Subjects covered are listed below. The Prep Course is followed by the NCCCO Written and Practical Certification Exams on Days 4 & 5.

NCCCO Certified Rigger Level I Exams • $595 per registration NCCCO identified the following job duties for Rigger Level I Certification:

A Certified Rigger Level I can perform simple, repetitive rigging tasks when the load weight, center of gravity, rigging, and rigging configuration are provided or known by the rigger through experience or knowledge of: • Inspecting rigging before use • Identifying and attaching rigging with basic knowledge of hitch configurations, capacities, and basic knots • Recognizing associated hazards • Signaling operations • Using various types of rigging equipment and basic hitches and their applications

NCCCO Certified Rigger Level II Exams • $595 per registration NCCCO identified the following job duties for Rigger Level II Certification: A Certified Rigger Level II can select rigging components and procedures based on rigging capacity. A Rigger Level II can perform the following rigging tasks unsupervised: • Estimate load weight and center of gravity • Identify lift points • Determine and select rigging based on loading • Perform pre-use inspection of rigging and lift points • Identify and attach rigging with knowledge of hitch configurations and load angle factors, rigging capacities, and load integrity • Understand load dynamics and associated hazards Industrial Training International endorses the national certification program offered by the National Commission for the Certification of Crane Operators (NCCCO) and provides training to prepare candidates for CCO exams.

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TRAINING

Master Rigger • 3.2 CEU • 4 Days • $1,895 per registration The ITI Master Rigger Course is designed for participants that have had some exposure (2-10 years) to crane and rigging operations. The course exposes participants to a variety of equipment and applications which include multiple crane lifts, load turning, load drifting with chain hoists, jacking and rolling using mechanical, pneumatic and hydraulic systems, incline planes and managing the center-of-gravity in all three axes.

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• Inclined Planes • Spreader Bars • Multiple Hitch Systems • Load Turning • Multiple Crane Lifts • Signals and Tag Lines • Off-Level Pick Points • Load Distribution • Load Moving Procedures

• Rigging Gear Inspection • Load Weight Estimation • Sling Angles and Tension • Load Control • Center of Gravity • Rigging Blocks and Winch Systems • Chain Fall Load Drifting • Levers, Jacks and Rollers

• 1 Day • Signalperson $195 per registration • Rigger $595 per registration

ITI is offering Signalperson and Rigger Qualification on Day 5 following the Master Rigger Course. Written and Practical Exams are administered. Candidates who successfully pass the exams will receive a 5-year ITI Qualification. These qualifications meet the requirements of OSHA.

NCCCO Certified Rigger Level I & Rigger Level II Prep Course For course details please see Page 49. Industrial Training International endorses the national certification program offered by the National Commission for the Certification of Crane Operators (NCCCO) and provides training to prepare candidates for CCO exams. ITI E-Learning Available

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NCCCO CRANE CERTIFICATION

TRAINING

NCCCO Mobile Crane Operator Certification Test Preparation Course and Certification Exams • 2.4 CEU • 5 Days • $2,395 per registration

This course is designed to prepare candidates to take the core and crane-specific written exams in the NCCCO Operator Certification Series.

Course Subjects

The preparatory course and certification exams sponsored by Industrial Training International are formatted into three parts over a five day period for qualified candidates.

Test Preparation Training* (Monday-Wednesday)

This is a classroom only session, with training, sample exams and load chart exercises. ITI E-Learning Available

Written Exams

The Mobile Crane Operator Core Exam is administered. Additionally, candidates may choose any of the supplemental exams listed below.

Practical Exams

Candidates perform the hands-on practical portion of the Mobile Crane Operator Certification process. Practical exams are provided based on the candidate’s category selection. Certification Categories Course Fee $1,395 (Test prep only) Written Exams (All Categories) $450 Telescopic Boom Fixed Cab(TSS) Practical Exams (Woodland) $550 each *Telescopic Boom Swing Cab(TLL) *Practical Exams (Memphis) $550 (Swing Cab Only) Lattice Boom Truck(LBT) Call for pricing on other categories. Lattice Boom Crawler(LBC) • The Test Prep Course is not mandatory to take the exams. • Crane practice time is available at $125 per 1/2-hour at Woodland only.

NCCCO Overhead Crane Operator Certification • 0.8 CEU • 2 Days

The 1 Day Test Prep course prepares candidates to take the NCCCO Written Exam. The course is followed on Day 2 by the NCCCO Written and Practical Exams. NCCCO Overhead Crane Operator Test Prep and Exams can be conducted at client locations and ITI Training Centers upon request. Industrial Training International endorses the national certification program offered by the National Commission for the Certification of Crane Operators (NCCCO) and provides training to prepare candidates for CCO exams.

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Mobile Crane Operator

Students can achieve qualified operator status by successfully completing written and hands-on segments. ITI Qualification is available for Lattice Boom, Fixed and Swing Cab. Additional fees may apply. This is an excellent prep course for those who wish to take the NCCCO national certification exams. The candidates for the mobile crane operator program are individuals who wish to be apprentices in crane handling, crane maintenance personnel, and current operators who have been trained by “field practices”, but not yet exposed to the formal side of crane subjects. This course is also excellent for supervisory persons and lift directors who did not rise through the trades in the seat of a crane. Course Subjects • Center of Gravity • Radius • Rated Strength • Leverage • Load Charts • Side Loading • Outrigger Position • Calculating Capacities • Boom Length / Angle

• Operating Practices • Operator’s Responsibilities • Static/Dynamic Load • Range Diagram • Load Weight Calculations • Reeving • Gross and Net Loads • Set-up

• High Voltage • Daily Inspection • Pick and Carry Practices • Applicable federal, state and/ or provincial regulations and standards (ASME, OSHA, CSA, Alberta OH&S)

Mobile Crane Operator Initial • 4.0 CEU • 5 Days • $2,995 per registration

This course is designed for those who have little or no experience with mobile crane operation. The course helps establish good operating practices for the participant while gaining seat-time and real-life operating experience. Participants will conduct pre-operational inspections of hydraulic and/or lattice/conventional cranes. Each will be given individual instruction regarding crane operating basics and will gain seat-time while handling an empty and loaded hook.

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MOBILE CRANE INSPECTOR

*Day 5 is required by Washington State for those who intend to apply for Washington State Inspector Certification or who need continuing education. The cost including the 5th day is $1,995 per registration. Course Subjects • Daily, Monthly and • Upper Revolving • Outriggers Annual Checklists Structure • Testing • Inspection Requirements • Lower Structure • Applicable federal, • Boom • Electrical, Hydraulic and state and/or provincial Air Systems regulations and • Wire Rope standards • Safety Devices

Hands-On Session Hands-on inspections of Conventional (Lattice) and Hydraulic Boom Cranes will be performed by participants, and a performance evaluation of each inspector will be conducted. A five-year ITI Qualification is issued to participants who successfully pass the written exam and performance evaluations of one or both crane types.

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Boom Truck Operator • 2.4 CEU • 3 Days Boom truck operator training is designed to increase the operator’s knowledge, skill, and proficiency level through classroom workshops and hands-on training. The hands-on session includes operating with live loads. Qualification is available. Course Subjects • Daily Inspection • Communication • Boom Truck Setup • Rigging Practices • Load Chart Interpretation

• Calculating Capacities • Conditions that Effect Capacities • Operator Responsibilities • Applicable federal, • Operating Practices state and/or provincial • Operating Near Power regulations and standards Lines

This course can be conducted at client locations and ITI Training Centers upon request.

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OVERHEAD CRANE

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Overhead Crane Operator • 0.8 CEU • 1 Day* Overhead crane operator training is conducted at client locations and ITI Training Centers upon request. The course is designed to increase the participants’ level of knowledge in proper use and pre-operational inspection of overhead cranes. The course utilizes hands-on sessions in which loads are moved by participants using the Operator’s Checklist. Qualification is available. *The course is 12-hours in Alberta and meets the provincial requirements for Overhead Crane Operators including hands-on, load-moving sessions, written exam and practical operating evaluations.

Course Subjects • Inspection Requirements • Crane Components • Proper Operating Practices • Load Weight Estimation • Rigging Gear Selection

• Load Control • Hand Signals • Applicable Federal, State, and Provincial Regulations & ASME Standards

Overhead Crane Inspector

• 2.4 CEU • 3 Days

The course is designed to increase the participants’ level of knowledge for inspection of overhead lifting devices, which include bridge, gantry, monorail, fixed hoists and jib wall mounts. Overhead crane inspection training has grown rapidly over the past few years in several industries. ITI serves many global leaders with this course including Boeing, BP, and the US Army Corps of Engineers. The 3-day course consists of classroom workshops and hands-on inspection sessions. Practical learning is incorporated on client’s overhead cranes and is followed by a written exam and hands-on inspection evaluations. Qualification is available. Course Subjects • Hoist Chain Inspection • Wire Rope Inspection • Daily, Monthly, Annual Checklists • Brakes • Limit Switches

• Structural • Drive Trains • Applicable Federal, State, and Provincial Regulations & ASME Standards

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• Limit Devices • Operating Techniques • Applicable Federal, State, and Provincial Regulations & ASME Standards

• Pre-use Inspection • Operating Controls • Manufacturer’s Instructions • Machine Characteristics

The participants are introduced to the core subjects listed below in both classroom and hands-on settings, and are tasked with inspection assignments that help to establish and/or demonstrate inspection proficiency. Qualification is available. A written exam and hands-on inspections are administered. A three-year ITI qualification is issued to participants who successfully pass the exams. Course Subjects • Lower Structures • Manufacturer Inspection Requirements • Safety Devices • Upper Revolving Structure • Wire Rope

• Daily, Monthly, Annual Checklists • Testing Electrical, Hydraulic & Air Systems • Applicable Federal, State, and Provincial Regulations & ASME Standards

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LIFT DIRECTOR & CRITICAL LIFT PLANNING

TRAINING

Lift Director & Critical Lift Planning • 2.4 CEU • 3 Days • $1,695 per registration

The Lift Director portion of the course addresses the responsibilities of a Lift Director as identified by 29CFR1926.1400 (Federal OSHA), ASME P30.1 Lift Planning and ASME B30.5 Mobile and Locomotive Cranes. Participants are provided an outline of the recommended knowledge and skill subjects that should be mastered in order to become a competent Lift Director. A hands-on session is offered that involves the completion of a lift plan using a personnel lifting system (man basket) followed by a trial run, test lift and the hoisting of personnel to a target work location. The Critical Lift portion of the course focuses on the process of assessing risks, the compilation of crane and rigging data, crane operating areas, rigging methods, a safety checklist, personnel competencies and assignments, a proposed sequence of events, contingency plans and other category items as recommended in ASME P30.1 Lift Planning. Participants will formulate a series of lift plans based on multiple scenarios and then will be challenged to solve a variety of problem-solving workshops related to partially completed plans (quiz format). Course Subjects • ASME B30.5 Responsibilities • OSHA requirements for Lift Director • ASME P30.1 Lift Planning • Site Preparation • Traffic Control • Crane Load Chart Data • Rigging Capacity Data • Hazard Recognition • Risk Assessment • Multiple Crane Lifts

• Lifting Personnel • Lift Data Sheet • Load Schematic, Rigging Method and Selection • Pre-Lift Safety Checklist • Crane Set-up Schematic • Load Travel Path and Personnel Placement • Load Handling Sequence and Procedures

Hands-On Session Participants execute a planned lift using a man basket. Participants will develop a set of suitable plans for multiple tasks subject to critique by fellow course team members. The execution of a lift plan will occur as time and equipment permits.

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ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION

TRAINING

ITI’s Accident Investigation course is designed for accident investigators, safety and regulatory professionals, crane, rigging and material handling supervisors, and safety committee members.

Accident Investigation:

Cranes, Rigging and Material Handling Operations • 2.4 CEU • 3 Days • $1,995 per registration

The AI (Accident Investigation) course begins with a series of workshops that focus on three disciplines related to load handling; crane operations, rigging activities and forklift operations. Problem-solving workshops help solidify participants’ understanding and knowledge concerning equipment set-up, proper application, capacity information, inspection, hazard recognition and operational safety. Participants will then be exposed to three full-sized accident sites. Each site is accompanied by a document packet complete with eye witness accounts, sheriff’s report, machine/equipment data, and other vital information. Teams will evaluate the sites and document packet, then formulate a ‘root cause’ summary based on the facts and their findings. Additionally, the team will compile a list of possible violations and propose a recommended corrective action plan. Course Subjects • Understanding Equipment Operations • Operator/Rigger Assignments & Performance • Fact vs. Fiction • Leading Cause Identification • Violations of Corporate and Jurisdictional Requirements • Corrective Action Plan • Applicable federal, state and/or provincial regulations and ASME standards

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CRANE ASSEMBLY & DISASSEMBLY DIRECTOR

TRAINING

Crane Assembly & Disassembly Director (Mobile) • 1.6 CEU • 2 Days • $1,095 per registration

The A/D (Mobile Crane) course addresses the assembly and disassembly of lattice boom cranes as required by 29CFR1926.1400. As a supplement to this course, ITI also involves participants in the A/D work related to jibs and boom extensions for hydraulic, telescoping type cranes. This course is a blend of classroom and hands-on activities. Addressed in the classroom are the manufacturer’s warnings, prohibitions, cautions and hazards, the OSHA A/D regulations, the recommended corporate A/D procedures and the step-by-step assembly and disassembly instructions necessary for a crew to perform the erection or dismantling of a lattice boom. The participants work in teams to perform A/D work during the hands-on sessions by reviewing the A/D field instructions, conduct a pre-job briefing addressing the hazards, tasks and sequence of events, followed by actual A/D activities. A post-job review and inspection will be conducted to ensure all required steps have been accomplished for the activity. Course Subjects • Components and Configuration • Lattice Boom A/D • Boom Extension/Jib A/D (best practices) • Manufacturer’s Prohibitions, Warnings and Instructions • Recommended Corporate Guidelines

• OSHA 29 CFR 1926.1400 Assembly & Disassembly • Applicable federal, state and/or provincial regulations and ASME standards

Hands-On Session Over 50% of the course involves assembly and/or disassembly sessions that focus first on lattice boom cranes and secondly on hydraulic cranes with jibs or boom extensions.

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SPECIALIZED TRANSPORT & HEAVY LIFT

MASTER CLASS

Specialized Transport & Heavy Lift Master Class • 1.6 CEU • 2 Days • Request A Quote

The efficient and safe execution of heavy transportation involves specialized load handling equipment and various modes of transport. This course is designed for personnel involved in specialized transport from contract transport organizations and original equipment manufacturers (OEM) to engineering companies and project owners in the oil and gas, power generation, and other plant-environment industries. The engineering principles of hydraulic platform trailers (HPTs), like self-propelled modular transporters (SPMTs), are delved into along with a variety of other load handling equipment. Heavy lift, jacking and skidding, and load-out (roll-on/roll-off) project case studies are utilized for students to gain a broad understanding of the art and science of specialized transport and heavy lift operations. Course Subjects • Introduction & Terminology • Dimensions & Weights • Center of Gravity • Heavy Transport

• Heavy Lifting • Jacking & Skidding • Anatomy of an Accident • Maintenance

Optional Reference Book: (iti.com/taoht)

The Art of Heavy Transport is available for purchase per participant. This book is a reference guide and engineering base for a safe execution of all heavy transports. It covers every aspect such as: Hydraulic stability calculations, structural stability calculations, axle groups/suspension, dunnage and lashing, external forces such as wind, curve impact, center of gravity, and much, much more. Marco van Daal - Course Manager • Owner, The Works International • Author, The Art of Heavy Transport • Formerly with Mammoet and Fagioli

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The Forklift Inspector Course is conducted at client sites on client equipment and is designed to increase the inspector’s knowledge, skill, and proficiency level through classroom and hands-on training. Those inspectors who successfully pass would receive an ITI qualification that is valid for 3 years (in-house inspections only).

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In this course, work assignments must be performed using the loader bucket in a variety of applications, while traveling and turning with the bucket loaded and empty. The skid steer operator course also includes an ITI Qualification issued to participants who successfully pass written and practical exams. The qualification lasts for three years. Course Subjects • Terminology • Pre-Operational Inspection • Stability & Capacity • Axle Loading • Steering

• Bucket Loading • Safe Practices • Applicable Federal, State, and Provincial Regulations & ASME Standards

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Those inspectors who successfully pass would receive an ITI qualification that is valid for 3 years (in-house inspections only).

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CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT

TRAINING

ITI subject-matter experts can provide training on various wheel and track-mounted types of construction equipment. Classroom and hands-on training focuses on pre-use inspection, machine characteristics, operating controls, manufacturer’s instructions, operating methods, general safety, and hazard recognition. Qualification is available on all equipment. Written and Practical Exams are administered. Participants will be required to prove proficiency in pre-op inspection, control knowledge, and machine & load handling.

Front End Loader Operator • 0.8 CEU • 1 Day Backhoe Operator • 0.8 CEU • 1 Day Dozer Operator • 0.8 CEU • 1 Day

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Qualified Fabricator • 1.6 CEU+\− • 1-3 Days

QUALIFIED FABRICATOR

As a member of AWRF (Associated Wire Rope Fabricators), ITI has conducted this course for dozens of its members, assisting them in establishing their procedures, documentation, and quality assurance while qualifying their fabricators. Course Subjects Offered • Wire Rope Socketing: Zinc or Resin • Wire Rope Slings: Hand Splice • Wire Rope Slings: Mechanical Splice • Alloy Chain Slings: Welded • Alloy Chain Slings: Mechanical Assembly • Synthetic Web Slings: Flat & Round

• Fiber Rope Slings: Hand Splice • Metal Mesh Slings • Proof/Pull Testing • Applicable federal, state and/or provincial regulations and ASME standards

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ITI Training Center Course Dates by Subject 2016

ITI Training Center Course Dates by Subject 2016

RIGGING Rigging Gear Inspector (Page 45) Level I & Level II

NCCCO Rigger I & Rigger II (Page 49) Prep Course and Certification Exams

NCCCO Mobile Crane Operator (Page 55) Test Prep & Exams

Feb. 23-25

Edmonton

C$1,695

Mar. 1-4

Woodland

$1,695

Apr. 4-8

Woodland

$1,295

$595

April 12-14

Memphis

$1,695

Sept. 12-16

Memphis

$1,295

$595

May 24-27

Woodland

$1,695

Aug. 9-12

Woodland

$1,695

Oct. 4-7

Woodland

$1,695

Nov. 15-17

Edmonton

C$1,695

Nov. 29-Dec. 2 Woodland

$1,695

Rigging Gear Inspector (Page 45) Level III Mar. 8-10

Woodland

$1,495

Prep

Memphis

Feb. 22-25

Woodland $1,895

Mar. 7-10

Edmonton C$1,895

April 11-14

Woodland $1,895

April 18-21

Memphis

May 2-5

Woodland $1,895

May 30-June 2 Edmonton C$1,895

Intermediate Rigging (Page 47)

Aug. 15-18

Woodland $1,895

Jan. 12-13

Woodland $895

Oct. 17-20

Memphis

Feb. 2-3

Edmonton C$895

Oct. 24-27

Woodland $1,895

May 17-18

Woodland $895

Oct. 31-Nov. 3

Edmonton C$1,895

July 12-13

Woodland $895

Dec. 5-8

Woodland $1,895

Sept. 27-28

Woodland $895

Oct. 25-26

Memphis

NCCCO Certified Rigger (Page 47) Level I Exams Jan. 14

Woodland

$595

May 19

Woodland

$595

July 14

Woodland

$595

Sept. 29

Woodland

$595

Oct. 27

Memphis

$595

NCCCO Signalperson (Page 47) Certification Jan. 15

Woodland

$795

May 20

Woodland

$795

July 15

Woodland

$795

Sept. 30

Woodland

$795

Oct. 28

Memphis

$795

$595

Mar. 21-25

Woodland

$2, 395*

$595

Aug. 1-5

Woodland

$2, 395*

Sept. 19-23

Woodland

$2, 395*

Nov. 14-18

Memphis

$2, 395*

Mar. 14-18

Woodland

$1,595

July 25-29

Woodland

$1,595

Sept. 12-16

Woodland

$1,595

Mobile Crane Operator - Initial July 18-22

Feb. 8-12

Woodland

$1,595 (4 day) $1,995 (5 day)

June 27-July 1

Woodland

$1,595 (4 day) $1,995 (5 day)

Oct. 31-Nov. 4

Woodland

$1,595 (4 day) $1,995 (5 day)

Woodland

$2,995

Training Center course dates are listed by Training Center on pages 88-89.

LIFT PLANNING & MANAGEMENT Crane Assembly/Disassembly Director (Pg 73)

ITI Qualified Rigger Exams (Page 51) & ITI Qualified Signalperson Exams Signalperson Rigger Jan. 29

Memphis

$195

$595

Feb. 26

Woodland

$195

$595

Mar. 11

Edmonton

C$195

C$595

Apr. 15

Woodland

$195

$595

Apr. 22

Memphis

$195

$595

May 6

Woodland

$195

$595

June 3

Edmonton

C$195

C$595

June 10

Woodland

$195

$595

Aug. 19

Woodland

$195

$595

Oct. 21

Memphis

$195

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Oct. 28

Woodland

$195

$595

Nov. 4

Edmonton

C$195

C$595

Dec. 9

Woodland

$195

$595

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ITI Mobile Crane Operator (Page 57)

$1,895

Woodland $1,895

Feb. 22-26

Mobile Crane Inspector (Page 59)

*Includes 3 day test prep, written exams, and practical exam (one category)

$1,895

June 6-9

$895

Rigger I Rigger II

Master Rigger (Page 51) Jan. 25-28

CRANES

Feb. 1-2

Woodland

$1,095

June 13-14

Woodland

$1,095

Lift Director & Critical Lift Planning (Page 69) Feb. 3-5

Woodland

$1,695

Feb. 29-Mar. 2

Edmonton

C$1,695

April 5-7

Memphis

$1,695

June 15-17

Woodland

$1,695

Sept.19-21

Edmonton

C$1,695

Accident Investigation (Page 71) Mar. 30-Apr.1

Woodland

$1,995

June 21-23

Woodland

$1,995

Nov. 15-17

Woodland

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ITI Training Center Course Dates 2016

WOODLAND, WA

EDMONTON, AB 

Woodland, WA Courses 2016 ITI Woodland Training Center 9428 Old Pacific Hwy, Woodland, WA 98674

JANUARY

FEBRUARY Crane Assembly/Disassembly Director Lift Director & Critical Lift Planning Mobile Crane Inspector Master Rigger ITI Qualification Exams: Signalperson and Rigger

MARCH 1-4 8-10 14-18 21-23 24 25

APRIL

Mar. 30Apr. 1 4-6 7-8 11-14 15

Rigging Gear Inspector Level I/II Rigging Gear Inspector Level III ITI Mobile Crane Operator NCCCO Mobile Crane Operator Prep Course NCCCO Mobile Crane Operator Practical Exams NCCCO Mobile Crane Operator Written Exams Accident Investigation for Cranes, Rigging and Material Handling Operations NCCCO Rigger I and Rigger II Prep Course NCCCO Certification Exams: Rigger Levels I & II Master Rigger ITI Qualification Exams: Signalperson and Rigger

MAY 2-5 6 17-18 19 20 24-27

Master Rigger ITI Qualification Exams: Signalperson and Rigger Intermediate Rigging NCCCO Certification Exams: Rigger Level I NCCCO Certification: Signalperson Prep & Exams Rigging Gear Inspector Level I/II

JUNE 6-9 10 13-14 15-17

Master Rigger ITI Qualification Exams: Signalperson and Rigger Crane Assembly & Disassembly Director Lift Director & Critical Lift Planning Investigation for Cranes, Rigging and 21-23 Accident Material Handling Operations June 27- Mobile Crane Inspector July 01

12-13 14 15 18-22 25-29

Intermediate Rigging NCCCO Certification Exams: Rigger Level I NCCCO Certification: Signalperson Prep & Exams Mobile Crane Operator - Initial ITI Mobile Crane Operator

AUGUST 1-3 4 5 9-12 15-18 19

ITI Edmonton Training Centre 1803 - 11 Street, Nisku, Alberta T9E 1A8, Canada

FEBRUARY

JULY

12-13 Intermediate Rigging 14 NCCCO Certification Exams: Rigger Level I 15 NCCCO Certification: Signalperson Prep & Exams 1-2 3-5 8-12 22-25 26

Edmonton, AB Courses 2016*

Woodland

NCCCO Mobile Crane Operator Prep Course NCCCO Mobile Crane Operator Practical Exams NCCCO Mobile Crane Operator Written Exams Rigging Gear Inspector Level I/II Master Rigger ITI Qualification Exams: Signalperson and Rigger

Edmonton 

SEPTEMBER

ITI Edmonton TrainingGear Centre 23-25 Rigging Inspector Level I/II 1803 - 11 Street, Nisku, Alberta T9E 1A8, Canada

MARCH

19-21 Lift Director & Critical Lift Planning 22-23 Intermediate Rigging

Feb. 29- Lift Director & Critical Lift Planning Mar. 02 3-4 Intermediate Rigging 7-10 Master Rigger Qualification Exams: Signalperson and 11 ITI Rigger

NOVEMBER

May 30- Master Rigger June 02 Qualification Exams: Signalperson and 3 ITI Rigger 9-11 Rigging Gear Inspector Level I/II

* Edmonton courses begin at 8:30 am

JUNE

Oct. 31- Master Rigger Nov. 03 Qualification Exams: Signalperson and 4 ITI Rigger 15-17 Rigging Gear Inspector Level I/II

SEPTEMBER 12-16 19-21 22 23 27-28 29 30

ITI Mobile Crane Operator NCCCO Mobile Crane Operator Prep Course NCCCO Mobile Crane Operator Practical Exams NCCCO Mobile Crane Operator Written Exams Intermediate Rigging NCCCO Certification Exams: Rigger Level I NCCCO Certification: Signalperson Prep & Exams

OCTOBER 4-7 Rigging Gear Inspector Level I/II 24-27 Master Rigger 28 ITI Qualification Exams: Signalperson and Rigger

NOVEMBER Oct. 31- Mobile Crane Inspector Nov. 04 Investigation for Cranes, Rigging and 15-17 Accident Material Handling Operations

DECEMBER Nov. 29- Rigging Gear Inspector Level I/II Dec. 02 5-8 Master Rigger 9 ITI Qualification Exams: Signalperson and Rigger

MEMPHIS, TN Memphis, TN Courses 2016

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ITI Memphis Training Center 2163 Airways Blvd, Memphis, TN 38114

Memphis SEPTEMBER

JANUARY 25-28 Master Rigger Qualification Exams: Signalperson and 29 ITI Rigger

12-14 NCCCO Rigger I and Rigger II Prep Course 15-16 NCCCO Certification Exams: Rigger Levels I & II

FEBRUARY

17-20 Master Rigger Qualification Exams: Signalperson and 21 ITI Rigger 25-26 Intermediate Rigging 27 NCCCO Certification Exams: Rigger Level I 28 NCCCO Certification: Signalperson Prep & Exams

22-24 NCCCO Mobile Crane Operator Prep Course 25 NCCCO Mobile Crane Operator Practical Exams 26 NCCCO Mobile Crane Operator Written Exams

APRIL 5-7 Lift Director & Critical Lift Planning 12-14 Rigging Gear Inspector Level I/II 18-21 Master Rigger Qualification Exams: Signalperson and 22 ITI Rigger

OCTOBER

NOVEMBER 14-16 NCCCO Mobile Crane Operator Test Prep NCCCO Mobile Crane Operator Practical Exams 17 (Large Hydraulic Swing Cab Only) 18 NCCCO Mobile Crane Operator Written Exams

Training Center Dates for ITI Locations in Anchorage, Chicago, Houston and Cleveland coming soon. Call our Training Solutions Experts or visit iti.com for updates.

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E-Learning

Experienced Minds & Hands

Crane & Rigging Accident Investigation Crane, rigging, and wire rope failure analysis is provided for clients. Expert Witness Testimony for Crane & Rigging Activities Services are provided for clients with claims concerning crane and rigging practices and suitability of equipment. Crane and Rigging Performance Evaluations Evaluations which reveal current status of client operations are compared to recommended improvements.

Interactive Learning

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Basic Rigger | 4 hrs

Signalperson & Crane Operations | 4 hrs

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Rigging Identification Steel Slings Synthetic Slings Rigging Hardware Hitch Capacities Sling Protection

Crane Operations Knots, Hitches, Taglines Hand Signals Voice Signals

Intermediate Rigging | 3 hrs

Advanced Rigging | 3 hrs

Lift Director & Site Supervisor | 3 hrs

• Journeyman Rigger’s Reference Card Orientation • Load Weight Estimation • Center of Gravity • Load Distribution • Load Control • Sling Tension

• Master Rigger’s Reference Card Orientation • Load Turning • Chain Hoists & Load Drifting • Winches and Blocks • Levers, Jacking & Rolling • Off-Level Pick Points

• Role Playing • Review of Lift Director Roles and Responsibilities • Overview of Lift Plan Development • And More!

Lift Director Services Management and oversight of critical lift activities. Critical Lift Planning Lift plan development and review are provided for special lifting or load handling activities. Want to learn more about ITI Field Services? iti.com/field-services

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In 2012, ITI underwent a series of audits and evaluations to become an Accredited User Training Company according to the Lifting Equipment Engineers Association. ITI was the first, and currently the only professional training company in North America to be accredited by LEEA. The process entailed: 1. A corporate audit of ITI as an organization. 2. A complete audit of all ITI course curriculum and ITI examination processes. 3. Individual presentation skill audits of all ITI Instructors. 4. Facility audit to determine compliance of ITI Training Centers. The Lifting Equipment Engineers Association (LEEA) is established as the leading representative body for all those involved in the lifting industry worldwide. The Association has played a key role in this specialized field for over half a century, from training and standards setting to health and safety, the provision of technical and legal advice, and the development of examination and licensing systems. LEEA was founded in 1944 as the Chain Testers’ Association of Great Britain. The name was changed to its present one in 1988 to more accurately reflect the activities of their worldwide Membership. On January 1, 2000 LEEA became a company limited by guarantee and is owned and financed by Members.

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