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Crane Industry Services Expands NCCER Offerings in Northeast

July 26, 2017

Image courtesy of Crane Industry Services
Image courtesy of Crane Industry Services

Crane Industry Services LLC (CIS) announced the successful completion of NCCER audits for two crane training companies in the northeast. New England Crane School in New Hampshire and Cranes101 in Massachusetts are now approved as NCCER Accredited Training and Assessment Centers (ATS/AAC), under the sponsorship and support of Crane Industry Services. CIS conducted initial instructor certification training and assessments, following the NCCER protocols and curriculum, and will provide annual audits and administrative services to meet NCCER requirements. CIS became an accredited NCCER training sponsor in 2015.

“Currently New England Crane School is offering crane operator certifications, qualified signal person, and basic rigging certifications to our customers, but we plan to eventually branch into other trade areas,” said Anna DeBattiste, President, NECS. “We are pleased with NCCER’s customer service and the availability of a comprehensive curriculum beyond just crane operator certification."

NCCER offers dozens of construction craft programs and credentials from boiler-making to welding.

According to Jennifer Sturm, President of Cranes101, “Cranes101 is happy to add the NCCER Mobile Crane Operator Certification program to our list of courses. This comprehensive program is excellent for crane operators across the nation to get certified and work smarter. One way NCCER makes that possible is through its online verification and registry system."

Battiste also noted that she was personally very excited about is the partnership of three women, "myself on behalf of NECS, Debbie Dickinson with CIS, and Jenn Sturm of CranesN101—in an industry in which women executives/business owners are rare. We work together on serving customers, marketing, and brand awareness initiatives. Only two of our collective team of instructors is female. The majority of our instructors and examiners are men who are respected as experienced operators, riggers, and managers from the industry. This is a great industry for both men and women."

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