Welcome to the CraneExam.com web site. We are an approved NCCCO Test Site and our examiners all are accredited and certified by the (NCCCO) National Commission for the Certification of Crane Operators.
Crane Exam LLC training company has changed to a new name; Technology Testing, Inc. We are now part of Marco Crane and Rigging based in Phoenix, AZ. Our training staff includes the 2009 Top Professional Trainer of the Year.
Technology Testing, Inc. (TTI) offers training classes that include both hands on training and testing for all skill levels, from the most experienced crane operator to those looking to enter this very competitive, lucrative field.
Training will include: selecting the correct rigging for lifting various loads and signaling the cranes. NCCCO Certification for Rigger 1 and signal-person are also part of our crane training classes.
Learn how to: set up and move cranes safely, assemble telescopic boom extensions/lattice booms/jibs, use and understand complex crane load charts, lift and set wall forms/steel beams and proper concrete bucket placement. Training at Technology Testing is set up to simulate actual construction project conditions.
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employs trainers with major offshore and land based rigging and
crane operating experience. Our trainers have gained national
attention; one having been nominated in 2008 as one of the
Top Trainer in the Crane
Hotline Magazine Top Trainer Awards and voted
Top Professional Trainer in 2009.
CE will prepare you to take both the NCCCO
Written and Practical Exams for every certification available.
Call 602-376-8535 today and
inquire about our different class packages and pricing (which
can include hotels and transportation).
See one of your Trainers Resume and
• Rules and Regulation in OSHA CFR 1926.550, 1910.180, B30.3,
B30. 5 and more.
• Manitex Boom Truck, Grove RT, Link Belt HC 238 & Manitowoc 777
Lattice Truck, Manitowoc 888 Crawler, Self- Erect / Freestanding
Tower Crane Load charts.
• Crane set up, from boom extension, jib, blocks revving.
• Concrete bucket placement, standing columns, walls to setting
• Speed load control in various situations.
• Crane signals, cable wire and rope slicing and rigging
• Crane simulator and much more.
• Both NCCCO Written and Practical Exams.
• All 5 NCCCO Certifications.
Choosing acareer in crane
operatingtakes time, practice and patience.
This is not the career for everyone but those willing
and able CraneExam is the
best place to start.
teach the skills and techniques even to the most
experienced of crane operators. CraneExam is available for
the experienced operator that only need testing on our
National Boom Truck, Grove Truck Telescopic, American
Lattice Crawler and our Potain Cab Operated Tower Crane
are available year round.
school you called today
offersthis type of training or you may be
talking to the wrong school for you.
As you investigate your options for crane training, make sure you get the best value for your time
Nationally, CraneExam provides the most complete curriculum
with access to NCCCO certification, training in a cab
operated free standing tower crane and mobile cranes,
limited class sizes and hands on training of all aspects
of crane set up and operation. If the school you choose
cannot offer this type of
crane trainingthenyou are not at the right school.
curriculum has been created based on the years of
experience of its managing partners.
NCCCO Rigger and Signalperson Training and
• 3 Day Class.
• Classroom/Hands on Training.
• Both Written and Practical Exams
• Rigging Class Day 1.
• Signalperson Class Day 2.
• NCCCO Written and Practical Exams Day 3.
NCCCO Written and Practical Exams.
• Mobile Crane Written and Practical.
• Tower Crane Written and Practical.
• Rigger/ Signalperson Written and
Ronnie Gray (President and Operating
·Ronnie has over 35 years experience in the crane industry,
18 of those years overseas. With 8 current
certifications and accreditations as both
operator and examiner. He has supervised
operated and rigged picks from 1500 to 2000
tons (4 million pounds) from the 1970’s to
the 1990”s. His experience on land and in
the North Sea, Atlantic & Pacific Ocean,
Java Sea and the Gulf of Mexico understands
how to maintain and operate every type of
crane. His resume includes the recovery of
the Space Ship Challenger to working
on the 2 of the biggest oil field blow outs
offshore ever along side people like Red
(Wildcat Fighter) Adair.
·It is Ronnie’s goal to pass on some of the skills and knowledge
to the student seeking a new career or to
improve the skills of current crane
CraneExam Inc., "fully endorses the national
certification program offered by the National
Commission for the Certification of
Crane Operators ( NCCCO ), and will prepare
candidates for the CCO tests."