ONTARIO HEAVY EQUIPMENT
Train at Little to No Cost
Build the future you want by building the training to get you there
Choose how many pieces of heavy equipment you want to master.
Our training involves one week of classroom training that is common to all types of Heavy Equipment. Classroom topics include:
- Hydraulic Systems
- Ground Engagement Tools
- Surveying and Site Plans
- Job Site Safety
- Generally Accepted Hand Signals
- General Maintenance
- Pre Operating Procedures
- Ground Disturbance
- Environmental Issues Caused by Earth Moving
- And more...
Heavy Equipment Bronze Backhoe & Excavator
Heavy Equipment Silver Backhoe, Excavator & Bulldozer
Heavy Equipment Gold Backhoe, Excavator, Bulldozer & Grader
Heavy Equipment Platinum Backhoe, Excavator, Bulldozer, Grader & Loader
Combine the very best Heavy Equipment Operator Training available in Ontario with the very best Truck Driver Training, increase your employment options and save even more!
Call us for special prices. Not sure what direction to take your career? Give us a call we can help you design a course to suit your budget and your career goals.
Construction Program Bronze AZ, Backhoe & Excavator
Construction Program Silver AZ, Backhoe, Excavator & Bulldozer
Construction Program Gold AZ, Backhoe, Excavator, Bulldozer & Grader
Construction Program Platinum AZ, Backhoe, Excavator, Bulldozer, Grader & Loader
Road building and Infrastructure Projects
As we all know in Canada; we really have seasons- winter and construction season. The demand for highly skilled operators has never been greater. There is so much job stability in this career option. Construction never ends -Never! The construction industry requires hard work and dedication but offers higher than average pay, an exciting and challenging work environment and unlimited potential to progress and succeed in the industry. The highest paid operators have an upgraded driver’s license to maximize their employment options.
Mining and Quarry Operators
These workers use powerful machinery to dig and drill rock, sand, slate, gravel, and minerals from quarries and mines. They crush, transport, and process these aggregates for use, often on construction sites. The highest paid operators have an upgraded driver’s license to maximize their employment options.