2017/18 Course Registrations
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Certifications & Qualifications
40 Hour Hazmat
This course will provide basic information needed to protect HAZWOPER Site Workers from health, physical, and biological hazards. This course meets the requirements of OSHA 29 CFR 1910.120 (Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response) and OSHA 29 CFR 1910.146 (Permit Required Confined Space). Training will be a combination of both hands-on and classroom instruction. 40 hours
40 Hour Hazmat (First Choice)
40 Hour Hazmat (Second Choice)
Hazmat Refresher
Topics will cover the latest developments in the HAZMAT industry, as well as general construction safety. Students must have taken the 40-hour HAZMAT prior to taking this course and must take this refresher every year to keep your HAZMAT certification current. 8 hours
Hazmat Refresher (First Choice)
Hazmat Refresher (Second Choice)
MSHA New Miner
The Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) states all miners must be trained before starting work at mine sites. Topics covered include miner’s rights, rules and procedures for reporting hazards, and hazard identification. This course includes the required 8 hours of First Aid/CPR/AED training. 24 hours
MSHA New Miner (First Choice)
MSHA New Miner (Second Choice)
MSHA Refresher
This 8-hour course fulfills the annual refresher requirement for MSHA. Safety issues that are covered are miner’s rights, conveyor systems, silicosis and hazard awareness. 8 hours
MSHA Refresher (First Choice)
MSHA Refresher (Second Choice)
CPR & First Aid
This course is intended to help you feel more confident in your ability to act appropriately in the event of an emergency. You will be trained in basic First Aid/CPR/AED by certified instructors. 8 hours
CPR & First Aid (First Choice)
CPR & First Aid (Second Choice)
OSHA 10 is a two-day required course for members working in the construction industry. Topics covered include but are not limited to: Fall Protection, Caught-In Between, Struck By, Electrical hazards, Personal Protective Equipment, as well as other basic safety and health principles. Meets OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1926. 16 hours
OSHA 10 (First Choice)
OSHA 10 (Second Choice)
OSHA 30 is a four-day in-depth OSHA safety course. This comprehensive training is designed for safety professionals and provides a variety of detailed instruction on OSHA Construction Industry Standards for worker health and safety. Meets OSHA Standard CFR 1926. 32 hours
OSHA 30 (First Choice)
OSHA 30 (Second Choice)
Telehandler & Forklift Safety
Telescopic material handler and rough terrain forklifts are utilized in this course giving you an understanding of forklift and Tele-Handler operation, safety, and inspection. Meets OSHA 29 CFR 1910.178 standards. 8 hours
Telehandler & Forklift Safety (First Choice)
Telehandler & Forklift Safety (Second Choice)
Telehandler Recert
For operators with a CURRENT certification, this course will update you on existing policies and procedures as well as renew your knowledge in the safety requirements for telescopic material handlers and rough terrain forklifts. Meets OSHA 29 CFR 1910.178 standards.
4 hours
Telehandler Recert (First Choice)
Telehandler Recert (Second Choice)
Skidsteer Safety
The primary focus of this course is safety in and around a skidsteer. Basic skidsteer operation will be discussed in addition to general maintenance. 8 hours
Skidsteer Safety (First Choice)
Skidsteer Safety (Second Choice)
Competent Person
This training is required by at least one person on every excavating crew, and every excavator operator should know the information discussed in this course. 8 hours
Competent Person (First Choice)
Competent Person (Second Choice)
Qualified Traffic Flagger
In this 4-hour course, the student will be introduced to the risks and proper flagging techniques involved in safely controlling traffic in our construction zones. While not yet required by WISDOT, the qualification is beneficial to those individuals who may be engaged in controlling traffic. 4 hours
Qualified Traffic Flagger (First Choice)
Qualified Traffic Flagger (Second Choice)
Equipment Courses
Heavy Highway
In this course you will be introduced to basic operation of scrapers and dozers, basic push cat operating techniques, common scraper operating tasks and how to perform them all safely. You will also be trained to identify areas of cut and fill, how to read basic grade stakes and perform the tasks they are directing you to do. 80 hours
Heavy Highway (First Choice)
Heavy Highway (Second Choice)
Heavy Highway II
This course will be offered to operators with previous experience in Heavy Highway. Emphasis will be on sloping, grading and ditching, as well as time spent working on developing the skills needed to be a finish operator. 40 hours
Heavy Highway II (First Choice)
Heavy Highway II (Second Choice)
You can expect to be introduced to safe basic operating techniques, utilizing small dozers (up to D6 size) in this course. Instruction includes identifying different job site conditions, hazards, and how to react to these conditions using general industry safety practices.
80 hours
Dozer (First Choice)
Dozer (Second Choice)
Dozer II
This course will be offered to operators with previous experience in Dozer. You will study advanced techniques of “finish” dozer work such as sloping, gravel spreading, curb grading, and ditching. 40 hours
Dozer II (First Choice)
Dozer II (Second Choice)
Motor Grader
This is a course for the beginner and advanced operator alike. Instruction will include basic motor grader operation, including dirt and gravel techniques. Curriculum will focus on field operations; including haul roads, round-abouts, curb work, and blading to grade with automated blade control. 80 hours
Motor Grader (First Choice)
Motor Grader (Second Choice)
Grader II
This course can be tailored for any level of experience or geared to provide evaluations for more experienced operators. Topics covered include safety aspects, preventive maintenance, operating techniques, and proper procedures for using motor graders in both classroom and hands-on simulations. 40 hours
Grader II (First Choice)
Grader II (Second Choice)
Basic Excavating
Instruction will be given in safe basic operation of the wheel loader, tractor loader backhoe, and excavator. This course will also include how to safely work around utilities and trench excavation. Curriculum implements construction industry standard practices, OSHA excavating and trenching regulations. 80 hours
Basic Excavating (First Choice)
Basic Excavating (Second Choice)
Excavating II
This course will be offered to operators with previous experience in excavating. Students will study the concepts of efficient cycle times, truck loading, mass excavations, undercutting roadways, and foundation excavations. 40 hours
Excavating II (First Choice)
Excavating II (Second Choice)
Discover how to recognize hazardous material, locate utilities, and read work plans while covering site specific safety necessary to razing a structure. You will prepare and dismantle structures of varying materials (concrete, steel, wood, etc.) to manageable sizes for disposal or redistribution. 40 hours
Asphalt Paving
Basic paving techniques will be discussed as well as working with some of the automatic controls on the pavers. 80 hours
Asphalt Paving (First Choice)
Asphalt Paving (Second Choice)
Directional Drilling
Students will receive instruction in underground directional boring. There will be extensive hands-on training in this course in addition to Training and Knowledge modules associated with Midwest Energy Association’s (MEA) Operator Qualification. 80 hours
Directional Drilling (First Choice)
Directional Drilling (Second Choice)
Concrete Pumping
Topics included in this course consist of general requirements, PPE, setting a pre-pour plan, selecting the right size and type of equipment required to make the pour, the concrete pumping system, and where to locate the pump in the safest position. 40 hours
Concrete Pumping
Crane Courses
Load Charts
A one week course with the goal of informing the student in the OSHA/ASME hoisting and mobile crane regulations and the intricacies of the proper use of various crane manufacturers capacity charts. Students can expect to spend a great deal of time using various charts to calculate capacities. 40 hours
Load Charts (First Choice)
Load Charts (Second Choice)
Basic/Telescopic Crane
This course incorporates basic craning topics: terms and definitions, principles of operation, maintenance, inspection, set-up, operational safety. We have a great fleet of cranes ranging in size and an abundance of practical exercises with seat time. 80 hours
Basic/Telescopic Crane (First Choice)
Basic/Telescopic Crane (Second Choice)
Lattice Crane
This training will present the student with crane basics utilizing lattice type machines. There will be a combination of both the older “friction” type cranes as well as the newer “hydraulic” type lattice crane. A strong emphasis will be placed on maintenance, inspection, and operational safety. Students will also participate in the assembly and/or disassembly of cranes. 80 hours
Lattice Crane (First Choice)
Lattice Crane (Second Choice)
Advanced Crane
Students will be trained on the concepts of standing the hammer and leads, capping, driving piling, battering piling, driving and extracting sheeting using a vibratory driver/extractor.
80 hours
Advanced Crane
Overhead Crane
Students will be introduced to the basics of overhead crane safety. Emphasis will be placed on the various regulations that apply to hoisting using this type of machinery. 8 hours
Overhead Crane (First Choice)
Overhead Crane (Second Choice)
Qualified Signal Person
This course discusses the role, duties, responsibilities, and risks associated with signaling a crane on a construction site. Topics covered include hand and voice signals. Qualification meets OSHA standard 1926.1428 8 hours
Qualified Signal Person (First Choice)
Qualified Signal Person (Second Choice)
Qualified Crane Rigging Safety
The primary focus of this course will be on the every day use of rigging in the construction industry. Students will study the proper selection, use, care and inspection of slings and rigging hardware. Qualification meets OSHA standards 1926.1404, 1425 16 hours
Qualified Crane Rigging Safety (First Choice)
Qualified Crane Rigging Safety (Second Choice)
Grade & Surveying Courses
Basic Grade
In this one week course you will be instructed in working with the engineers ruler using tenths and hundredths, how to calculate basic quantities, working with elevations, figuring cut and fill to finish grade and sub-grade. Topics also include interpreting and working with grade stakes while learning the basic grade setting and staking process. In the field you will be trained how to use lasers, eye levels, standard rods and lenker rods. You will also get a basic introduction to plan reading. 40 hours
Basic Grade (First Choice)
Basic Grade (Second Choice)
Advanced Grade Machine Control
With training exclusively dedicated to the corresponding GPS Topcon or Trimble machine control, instruction will include offsetting grade horizontally and vertically from surfaces. You can also expect to create simple designs using the control box as well as recording data for office use. 40 hours
Advanced Grade Machine Control (First Choice)
Advanced Grade Machine Control (Second Choice)
Accelerated Machine Control
This two day course will focus on machine control emulator software in a classroom setting. Students will navigate through menus, simulate machine control activities and troubleshoot issues. 16 hours
Accelerated Machine Control (First Choice)
Accelerated Machine Control (Second Choice)
Advanced Grade Business Center
Designed for the foreman/lead operator with the computer experience necessary to progress to the next level, this course will focus on understanding work flow guides and the functions of Business Center - HCE. Instruction will include transferring data to and from data collectors along with managing data once it’s been imported. 40 hours
Advanced Grade Business Center
Advanced Grade Rover
In this course, we will train exclusively on the corresponding Topcon or Trimble equipped rovers. Training will revolve around the data collector and the different ways to lay out projects and record data. The Topcon course will utilize Topcon 3-D Office. The Trimble course will utilize Trimble Office Synchronizer and SCS Report Utility. 40 hours
Advanced Grade Rover (First Choice)
Advanced Grade Rover (Second Choice)
Intro to UAV (Drone) Operations
This one day course will stress FAA Regulations that comply with commercial UAV operations. Weather permitting, students will take part in construction site mapping using a UAV to obtain geographically obtained images. UAV data will be exported and processed using PIX4D software to achieve earthwork volume calculations. 8 hours
Intro to UAV (Drone) Operations
Intro to UAV (Drone) Operations
Maintenance Courses
Basic Maintenance
This course will introduce students to basic mobile equipment maintenance. Students will be instructed in maintaining engines, hydraulics, electrical systems, lubricants and machine undercarriage with an emphasis on the use of operator manual maintenance sections. Shop and field maintenance will be daily topics as well as proper use and identification of hand tools and shop tooling. 40 hours
Basic Maintenance (First Choice)
Basic Maintenance (Second Choice)
Welding Basics
Instruction focuses on welding safety, equipment set-up and operation, electrode selection, gas selection and basic metallurgy when welding steel using both stick and wire feed methods. Repair welding with torch set-up and operation, air arc operation, and plasma cutting are also emphasized. 40 hours
Welding Basics (First Choice)
Welding Basics (Second Choice)
Electrical/Hydraulic Maintenance
This course is designed for the beginner to intermediate operator interested in honing their skills on electrical over hydraulic control systems operations, component identification, troubleshooting electrical/hydraulic circuits by use of schematics, test equipment and machine service manuals. 40 hours
Electrical/Hydraulic Maintenance (First Choice)
Electrical/Hydraulic Maintenance (Second Choice)
Advanced Electrical/Hydraulic Troubleshooting
This course will explore comprehensive techniques for troubleshooting modern control systems on later model equipment such as components, schematics, digital multimeter use and applied theory. 24 hours
Advanced Electrical/Hydraulic Troubleshooting (First Choice)
Advanced Electrical/Hydraulic Troubleshooting (Second Choice)
Air Conditioning Certification
This 4-hour workshop will be devoted to MACS 609 Technician and Certification Training. Technicians need Federal EPA 609 Technician and Certification to work on vehicle/heavy equipment air conditioning systems. A federal MACS 609 Certificate (lifetime) will be issued from MACS Worldwide by mail at a later date, upon successful completion of the written test. (A check for $17.50 payable to MACS will be collected for the Certification Test.) 4 hours
Air Conditioning Certification (First Choice)
Air Conditioning Certification (Second Choice)
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