We are an approved NCCCO Test Site and our examiners are all accredited and certified by the (NCCCO) National Commission for the Certification of Crane Operators.
News and Updates:
Crane Exam, LLC has entered new partnership and taken a new company name, Technology Testing, Inc. (TTI). The owner and staff of CE are proud to be part this new and exciting organization; a subsidiary of Marco Crane and Rigging Company, one of the Southwest’s leading crane and rigging rental companies.
TTI training instructors are the most experienced trainers in the industry and include the 2008 and 2009 Top Professional Trainer of the Year.
Training and Testing:
TTI’s complete training curriculum includes classroom preparation covering complex load charts, operating procedures, rules and regulations for operating mobile and tower cranes, simulators for both tower and mobile cranes, hands on training and NCCCO Testing and Certification. We offer standard classes that are 1 to 4 weeks, as well as custom tailored training as desired.
TTI’s complete training facility simulates a real construction site, where students will learn the operating skills and techniques required to become a professional crane operator.
TTI training will include: the safe selection and use of rigging, proper load attachment to the cranes and correct hand and radio signals. Students will learn how to lift light and heavy loads and placement of these loads at predetermined locations. The TTI training curriculum includes concrete bucket placement, wall form rigging/lifting/setting, steel column and beam erection. Classes include boom and jib assembly training and operation of both friction and hydraulic cranes.
TTI holds Safety as a number one value. It is our goal to instill this value in every person who attends our training facility; allowing our students to bring safe operating practices to the workplace.
Available Training Cases:
NEW Freestanding, cab operated Potain tower crane: tallest standing training tower crane used in the country with maximum height and boom jib operating configuration.
Fixed Cab National, Elliot, National and Pioneer Boom Truck up to 30 tons
Link Belt and Grove Hydraulic Truck and RT Rough Terrain Cranes from 40 to 75 tons.
We also have available Truck and AT Liebherr, Tadano and Terex Cranes.
Terex American 110 Ton Hydraulic Lattice Crawler, 250 Link Belt Lattice Crawlers Crane
165 Ton American and Lorain Friction Lattice Truck Cranes.
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.
How Should You select your Training Facility?
You value your time and money - Students MUST ask the right questions about the training facilities to consider.
What Experience do the Trainers Offer?
Trainers should have:
10 or more years’ experience in training and instructing students in crane and rigging operations
NCCCO Examiner Certification
Practical field experience on each crane types you intend to be trained on.
What types of Cranes are available for training?
Currently inspected and certified cranes
Newer technology equipment (ask for the specific list of equipment YOU will train on before selecting a training facility)
Boom Trucks should be 27 tons or larger and have jib extensions for training
Hydraulic Truck and RT Cranes should be 60 tons or larger and have jib extensions for training
Tower Cranes should stand over 135’ hook height and have 150’ of boom or more attached for training
Lattice Boom Cranes should be at least 100 tons or more with at least 150’ of working boom attached as well as jib extensions available for training.
Technology Testing, Inc. meets all these requirements and more. Contact us to discuss your future in Crane Operating.
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."