NCCCO Service Truck Crane Operator
CICB’s NCCCO Service Truck Crane Operator Preparatory Training program is specifically designed to prepare candidates who currently work in Service Truck Crane operations for the successful completion of NCCCO Written and Practical Examinations. This program includes CICB’s Study Guide for this program, which is authored and copyrighted by CICB on an annual basis, as well as interactive classroom exercises that emphasize all parts of the NCCCO Written Examinations.
Service Truck Cranes are identified by their telescopic boom, where the base and mast structure is not integral to the stabilizer/outrigger system. Lifting is typically accomplished via a winch (electric or hydraulic) and its functions (rotation, elevation, telescoping) are either powered or manual. These machines tend to have relatively shorter boom lengths (10–35 ft) and lower capacities (1–7 Tons) as compared to other Telescopic Boom—Fixed Cab machines (e.g., Boom Trucks, Carry Deck cranes). Additionally, operations are usually conducted by the use of radio remote or pendant control with the operator standing on the ground following the load.
For on-site training at your facilities with your equipment, call us at 800-327-1386 or fill out our form by clicking here: on-site NCCCO Service Truck Crane Operator Training.
NCCCO Preparatory Training focuses on:
- Domain 1 – Site and Setup (17% of Written Exam)
- Domain 2 – Operations (44%)
- Domain 3 – Technical Knowledge (21%)
- Domain 4 – Manufacturer’s Load Charts (17%)
- Basic Math Skills Necessary to Pass the Exams
- Multiple Practice Tests for all Domains