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1 2016 Training Schedule NCCCO Certifications NCCCO Mobile Crane Operator (CCOP-MC) The Preparatory Program will prepare experienced operators for their NCCCO Written & Practical exams on Lattice Boom and/or Telescopic Boom Fixed and Swing Cab Cranes Preparatory Class (4 days) Written Exams Practical Exams (as Scheduled) Houston, TX January January 22 January Orlando, FL January January 22 January Houston, TX February 8-11 February 12 February 8-12 Orlando, FL February February 19 February Houston, TX February 29 March 3 March 4 February 29 March 4 Riviera Beach, FL March 7-10 March 11 March 7-11 Houston, TX March 7-10 March 11 March 7-11 Orlando, FL March March 18 March Houston, TX March April 1 March 28 April 1 Houston, TX (in Spanish) April April 15 April Orlando, FL April April 22 April Houston, TX May 9-12 May 13 May 9-13 Houston, TX May May 20 May Orlando, FL May May 20 May Houston, TX June June 17 June Orlando, FL June June 24 June Houston, TX July July 22 July Orlando, FL July July 22 July Houston, TX (in Spanish) August 8-11 August 12 August 8-12 Houston, TX August August 19 August Orlando, FL August August 19 August Houston, TX August August 26 August Orlando, FL September September 23 September Houston, TX September September 23 September Orlando, FL October October 21 October Houston, TX October October 21 October Riviera Beach, FL October 31-Nov. 3 November 4 October 31-Nov. 4 Houston, TX (in Spanish) November 7-10 November 11 November 7-11 Orlando, FL November November 18 November Houston, TX November November 18 November Orlando, FL December December 16 December Houston, TX December December 16 December CICB fully endorses the national certification programs offered by the National Commission for the Certification of Crane Operators (NCCCO), and will prepare candidates for the CCO Examinations.

2 New Fast Track NCCCO Mobile Crane Operator (CCOP-FTMC) This intensive program is designed for current operators who need to prepare for their NCCCO Recertification Exams or for highly experienced operators needing certification. Practical Exams not available at all locations. Preparatory Class Written Exams Practical Exams (as Scheduled) Houston, TX January January 13 January Midland, TX January January 27 Not Available Houston, TX February 1-2 February 3 February 3-4 Houston, TX February February 24 February Houston, TX March March 24 March 21 and 24 Dallas, TX April 6-7 April 8 Not Available Houston, TX April April 20 April Lake Charles, LA May 2-3 May 4 Not Available Houston, TX May May 25 May Orlando, FL June 1-2 June 3 May 31 and June 3 Houston, TX June 6-7 June 8 June 8-9 Houston TX June June 29 June Mobile, AL July 6-7 July 8 Not Available Houston, TX July July 13 July Houston, TX August 1-2 August 3 August 3-4 Casper, WY August August 26 Not Available Houston, TX September 7-8 September 9 September 6 and 9 Orlando, FL September 7-8 September 9 September 6 and 9 McAllen, TX September September 28 Not Available Houston, TX October 3-4 October 5 October 5-6 New Orleans, LA October October 12 Not Available Charleston, SC October October 26 Not Available Houston, TX October 31-Nov. 1 November 2 November 2-3 Houston, TX November December 1 December 1-2 Beaumont, TX December December 14 Not Available Houston, TX December December 21 December New NCCCO Lift Director (CCOP-LD) Prerequisite: Must have passing scores on the NCCCO written exams for the Mobile Crane Core, Lattice Boom Crawler(LBC) Load Chart, Swing Cab (TLL) Load Chart, and Rigger Level II. Preparatory Class Written Exams Houston, TX February February 24 Orlando, FL March March 24 Houston, TX May May 25 Houston, TX September 7-8 September 9 Orlando, FL November 30-Dec. 1 December 2 Houston, TX December December 21

3 NCCCO Certifications (Cont.) NCCCO Rigger Level I & Signal Person (CCOP-R1SP) Preparatory Class Written Exams (3 days) Lake Charles, LA February 29-March 2 March 3 Houston, TX March March 24 Orlando, FL March March 24 New York, NY April April 29 Houston, TX April April 29 Charlotte, NC May 9-11 May 12 Tucson, AZ May May 19 Wood-Ridge, NJ May May 27 Orlando, FL May 31-June 2 June 3 Odessa, TX June June 16 Denver, CO June June 23 Houston, TX July 5-7 July 8 Pittsburgh, PA July July 21 Orlando, FL September 6-8 September 9 Houston, TX September September 23 Dallas, TX November 7-9 November 10 Houston, TX November December 1 Orlando, FL December December 16 NCCCO Rigger Level I & Level II (CCOP-R1R2) Preparatory Class Written Exams (4 days) Orlando, FL January January 22 Houston, TX February 8-11 February 12 Orlando, FL April 4-7 April 8 Houston, TX May May 20 Houston, TX August August 26 Houston, TX October October 21 Orlando, FL November 28-Dec. 1 December 2 Houston, TX December December 16 NCCCO Rigger Level II (CCOP-R2) Preparatory Class Written Exams Orlando, FL January January 22 Houston, TX February February 12 Orlando, FL April 6-7 April 8 Houston, TX May May 20 Houston, TX August August 26 Houston, TX October October 21 Orlando, FL November 30-Dec. 1 December 2 Houston, TX December December 16 NCCCO Overhead Crane (CCOP-OH) Preparatory Class Written Exams Houston, TX April April 20 Houston, TX July July 13 Houston, TX October 3-4 October 5 NCCCO Articulating Crane (CCOP-AB) Preparatory Class Written Exams Houston, TX April April 20 Houston, TX July July 13 Houston, TX October 3-4 October 5 NCCCO Service Truck (CCOP-STC) Preparatory Class Written Exams Houston, TX April April 20 Houston, TX July July 13 Houston, TX October 3-4 October 5 Customized On-Site Training Available! Contact our Sales/Technical Department at (800)

4 Operator & Rigger/Signal Person Training Mobile Crane Operator Level 1 (MCOT1) Orlando, FL January Houston, TX February 1-5 Orlando, FL (in Spanish) February 1-5 Orlando, FL February 8-12 Houston, TX February Houston, TX February 29-March 4 Orlando, FL March 7-11 Houston, TX April 4-8 Houston, TX (in Spanish) April 4-8 Orlando, FL April Houston, TX May 2-6 Orlando, FL May 9-13 Houston, TX June 6-10 Orlando, FL June Houston, TX July Orlando, FL July Orlando, FL (in Spanish) July Houston, TX (in Spanish) July Houston, TX August 8-12 Orlando, FL August 8-12 Houston, TX September Orlando, FL September Houston, TX October Orlando, FL October Orlando, FL (in Spanish) October Houston, TX (in Spanish) October 31-November 4 Houston, TX November 7-11 Orlando, FL November 7-11 Houston, TX November 28-December 2 Orlando, FL December 5-9 Mobile Crane Operator Level 2 (MCOT2) Houston, TX January Houston, TX February Houston, TX May 9-13 Houston, TX (in Spanish) August 1-5 Houston, TX August Houston, TX December 5-9 Overhead Crane Operator and Rigger (OCHORT) Houston, TX January Houston, TX February Houston, TX March Houston, TX April Houston, TX June Houston, TX August 3-4 Houston, TX September Houston, TX October Houston, TX December 7-8 API RP-2D Pedestal Crane Operator (APIO) Orlando, FL January Houston, TX April 6-8 Orlando, FL April 6-8 Houston, TX July Orlando, FL August 3-5 Houston, TX November 9-11 Orlando, FL December Pedestal Crane Operator (PCOT) Orlando, FL February 29-March 1 Houston, TX March 7-8 Houston, TX July 5-6 Orlando, FL October 3-4 Houston, TX October Boom Truck Operator (BTOT) Houston, TX January Orlando, FL April 4-5 Houston, TX May 31-June 1 Orlando, FL July 5-6 Houston, TX October 5-6 Orlando, FL November 2-3

5 Operator & Rigger/Signal Person Training Basic Rigger/Signal Person (BRSP) Orlando, FL January Houston, TX January Miami, FL (in Spanish) January Orlando, FL (in Spanish) February Little Rock, AR February Houston, TX February Orlando, FL February Albuquerque, NM February 29-March 1 Houston, TX (in Spanish) March 7-8 San Juan, PR (in Spanish) March El Paso, TX March Houston, TX March Orlando, FL March Nashville, TN April Houston, TX April Orlando, FL April Houston, TX April Orlando, FL May Louisville, KY May Atlanta, GA June Orlando, FL June Houston, TX June Binghamton, NY June Orlando, FL (in Spanish) July 6-7 Orlando, FL July 6-7 Houston, TX July Houston, TX (in Spanish) July Minot, ND August 8-9 Orlando, FL August Houston, TX August Houston, TX Sept. 7-8 Orlando, FL Sept Orlando, FL (in Spanish) October 5-6 Houston, TX October Orlando, FL October Houston, TX (in Spanish) October Columbus, OH November 9-10 Houston, TX November Orlando, FL December Beaumont, TX December Houston, TX December Basic Rigger Lab Intensive (BRLI) Houston, TX January Houston, TX May 2-6 Houston, TX October 3-7 Advanced Rigging Practices (ARP) Houston, TX January Orlando, FL February 1-3 Houston, TX February 29-Mach 2 Houston, TX April Orlando, FL May 2-4 Orlando, FL August 1-3 Houston, TX September Orlando, FL October 31-November 2 Houston, TX November Advanced Rigger Lab Intensive (ARLI) Houston, TX February 1-5 Houston, TX May 9-13 Houston, TX October API RP-2D Rigger (APIRG) Orlando, FL January Houston, TX April 4-5 Orlando, FL April 4-5 Houston, TX July Orlando, FL August 1-2 Houston, TX November 7-8 Orlando, FL December Inspector Training

6 Mobile Crane & Rigging Inspector (MCRIT) Miami, FL January Midland, TX January Houston, TX January Orlando, FL January Miami, FL (in Spanish) January McAllen, TX January Charleston, SC February 8-10 McAllen, TX (in Spanish) February 8-10 Orlando, FL (in Spanish) February 8-10 Dallas, TX February Houston, TX February Little Rock, AR February Albuquerque, NM February Lake Charles, LA February Orlando, FL February San Juan, PR (in Spanish) March 7-9 Salt Lake City, UT March 7-9 El Paso, TX March 7-9 Houston, TX March Orlando, FL March Cincinnati, OH April 4-6 Dover, DE April 4-6 Bismarck, ND April Nashville, TN April Amarillo, TX April Sarasota, FL April Chicago, IL April Houston, TX April Orlando, FL April Houston, TX (in Spanish) April Charlotte, NC May 2-4 St. Paul, MN May 2-4 Baton Rouge, LA May 9-11 Tucson, AZ May 9-11 Louisville, KY May Tucson, AZ (in Spanish) May Houston, TX May Omaha, NE May Orlando, FL May Atlanta, GA June 6-8 Odessa, TX June 6-8 Denver, CO June Binghamton, NY June Boise, ID June Overhead Crane/Hoist & Rigging Inspector (OCHRIT) Miami, FL January Midland, TX January Houston, TX January Orlando, FL January Miami, FL (in Spanish) January McAllen, TX January Charleston, SC February McAllen, TX (in Spanish) February Orlando, FL (in Spanish) February Dallas, TX February Houston, TX February Little Rock, AR February Albuquerque, NM February Lake Charles, LA February Orlando, FL February San Juan, PR (in Spanish) March 9-11 Salt Lake City, UT March 9-11 El Paso, TX March 9-11 Houston, TX March 30-April 1 Orlando, FL March 30-April 1 Cincinnati, OH April 6-8 Dover, DE April 6-8 Bismarck, ND April Nashville, TN April Amarillo, TX April Sarasota, FL April Chicago, IL April Houston, TX April Orlando, FL April Houston, TX (in Spanish) April Charlotte, NC May 4-6 St. Paul, MN May 4-6 Baton Rouge, LA May Tucson, AZ May Louisville, KY May Tucson, AZ (in Spanish) May Houston, TX May Omaha, NE May Orlando, FL May Atlanta, GA June 8-10 Odessa, TX June 8-10 Denver, CO June Binghamton, NY June Boise, ID June 29-July 1 Inspector Training (Cont.) Mobile Crane & Rigging Inspector (MCRIT) Overhead Crane/Hoist & Rigging Inspector (OCHRIT)

7 Houston, TX June Orlando, FL June Milwaukee, WI June Orlando, FL (in Spanish) July Mobile, AL July Pittsburgh, PA July Indianapolis, IN July Jacksonville, FL July Houston, TX July Orlando, FL July St. Louis, MO July Minot, ND August 1-3 Ann Arbor, MI August 8-10 Boston, MA August Richmond, VA August Orlando, FL August Memphis, TN August Casper, WY August Houston, TX August Wichita, KS August Baltimore, MD September Corpus Christi, TX September El Paso, TX (in Spanish) September Houston, TX September Orlando, FL September Riviera Beach, FL (in Spanish) September New Orleans, LA October 3-5 Des Moines, IA October Orlando, FL (in Spanish) October Charleston, SC October Houston, TX (in Spanish) October Phoenix, AZ October Orlando, FL October Dallas, TX October 31-November 2 Houston, TX October 31-November 2 Columbus, OH November West Monroe, LA November San Antonio, TX November Beaumont, TX December 5-7 Knoxville, TN December 5-7 Orlando, FL December 5-7 Houston, TX December Wilmington, NC December Gainesville, FL December Houston, TX June 29-July 1 Orlando, FL June 29-July 1 Milwaukee, WI June 29-July 1 Orlando, FL (in Spanish) July Mobile, AL July Pittsburgh, PA July Indianapolis, IN July Jacksonville, FL July Houston, TX July Orlando, FL July St. Louis, MO July Minot, ND August 3-5 Ann Arbor, MI August Boston, MA August Richmond, VA August Orlando, FL August Memphis, TN August Casper, WY August 31-September 2 Houston, TX August 31-September 2 Wichita, KS August 31-September 2 Baltimore, MD September Corpus Christi September El Paso, TX (in Spanish) September Houston, TX September Orlando, FL September Riviera Beach, FL (in Spanish) September New Orleans, LA October 5-7 Des Moines, IA October Orlando, FL (in Spanish) October Charleston, SC October Houston, TX (in Spanish) October Phoenix, AZ October Orlando, FL October Dallas, TX November 2-4 Houston, TX November 2-4 Columbus, OH November West Monroe, LA November San Antonio, TX November 30-December 2 Beaumont, TX December 7-9 Knoxville, TN December 7-9 Orlando, FL December 7-9 Houston, TX December Wilmington, NC December Gainesville, FL December Train-the-Trainer

8 Train-the-Trainer Programs are specifically designed for a company's in-house training personnel who will be actively involved in the development and/or presentation of an in-house safety program. Mobile Crane Operator Train-the-Trainer (MCOTTT) Houston, TX February 8-12 Orlando, FL February 29-March 4 Houston, TX May Orlando, FL June 6-10 Houston, TX August 29-September 2 Orlando, FL October 31-November 4 Houston, TX December Overhead Crane Operator and Rigger Train-the-Trainer (OCHORTTT) Houston, TX January Orlando, FL February Houston, TX February Houston, TX March Orlando, FL March 30 April 1 Houston, TX April Orlando, FL April Orlando, FL May Houston, TX June Orlando, FL June 29-July 1 Orlando, FL July Houston, TX August 3-5 Orlando, FL August 31-September 2 Houston, TX September Orlando, FL September Houston, TX October Orlando, FL October Houston, TX December 7-9 Orlando, FL December Advanced Rigger Train-the-Trainer (ARTTT) Orlando, FL February 1-4 Houston, TX February 29-March 3 Orlando, FL May 2-5 Houston, TX May 31-June 3 Orlando, FL August 1-4 Orlando, FL October 31-November 3 Houston, TX November Basic Rigger/Signal Person Train-the-Trainer (BRSPTTT) Orlando, FL January Miami, FL (in Spanish) January Orlando, FL (in Spanish) February Little Rock, AR February Houston, TX February Orlando, FL February Albuquerque, NM February 29-March 2 Houston, TX (in Spanish) March 7-9 San Juan, Puerto Rico March El Paso, TX March Houston, TX March Orlando, FL March Nashville, TN April Houston, TX April Orlando, FL April Orlando, FL May Louisville, KY May Atlanta, GA June Orlando, FL June Houston, TX June Binghamton, NY June Orlando, FL (in Spanish) July 6-8 Orlando, FL July 6-8 Houston, TX July Houston, TX (in Spanish) July Minot, ND August 8-10 Orlando, FL August Houston, TX August Houston, TX September 7-9 Orlando, FL September Orlando, FL (in Spanish) October 5-7 Houston, TX October Orlando, FL October Houston, TX (in Spanish) October Columbus, OH November 9-11 Houston, TX November Orlando, FL December Beaumont, TX December Houston, TX December Train-the-Trainer (Cont.)

9 Aerial Lift Operator Train-the-Trainer (ALOTTT) Miami, FL (in Spanish) January 19 McAllen, TX (in Spanish) February 12 Houston, TX February 16 Orlando, FL (in Spanish) February 19 Little Rock, AR February 26 Albuquerque, NM March 4 Houston, TX (in Spanish) March 11 Houston, TX March 15 San Juan, Puerto Rico March 18 El Paso, TX March 25 Orlando, FL March 29 Houston, TX April 12 Nashville, TN April 22 Orlando, FL April 26 Orlando, FL May 24 Lousiville, KY May 27 Atlanta, GA June 17 Houston, TX June 21 Orlando, FL June 28 Houston, TX July 6 Houston, TX (in Spanish) July 19 Orlando, FL July 26 Binghamton, NY July 29 Houston, TX August 2 Minot, ND August 12 Orlando, FL August 30 Houston, TX September 13 Orlando, FL September 20 Orlando, FL (in Spanish) October 4 Houston, TX October 25 Houston, TX (in Spanish) October 25 Orlando, FL October 25 Columbus, OH November 8 Houston, TX December 6 Orlando, FL December 13 Boom Truck Operator Train-the-Trainer (BTOTTT) Houston, TX January Orlando, FL April 4-6 Houston, TX May 31-June 2 Orlando, FL July 5-7 Fork Lift Operator Train-the-Trainer (FLOTTT) Miami, FL (in Spanish) January 18 McAllen, TX (in Spanish) February 11 Houston, TX February 15 Orlando, FL (in Spanish) February 18 Little Rock, AR February 25 Albuquerque, NM March 3 Houston, TX (in Spanish) March 10 Houston, TX March 14 San Juan, Puerto Rico March 17 El Paso, TX March 24 Orlando, FL March 28 Houston, TX April 11 Nashville, TN April 21 Orlando, FL April 25 Orlando, FL May 23 Lousiville, KY May 26 Atlanta, GA June 16 Houston, TX June 20 Orlando, FL June 27 Houston, TX July 5 Houston, TX (in Spanish) July 18 Orlando, FL July 25 Binghamton, NY July 28 Houston, TX August 1 Minot, ND August 11 Orlando, FL August 29 Houston, TX September 12 Orlando, FL September 19 Orlando, FL (in Spanish) October 3 Houston, TX October 24 Houston, TX (in Spanish) October 24 Orlando, FL October 24 Columbus, OH November 7 Houston, TX December 5 Orlando, FL December 12 Pedestal Crane Operator Train-the-Trainer (PCOTTT) Orlando, FL February 29-March 1 Houston, TX March 7-8 Houston, TX July 5-6 Orlando, FL October 3-4 Houston, TX October Manager &

10 Supervisor Training Mobile Crane & Rigging Safety Awareness (MCRSA) Orlando, FL February 29-March 2 Houston, TX March Orlando, FL May 2-4 Houston, TX June 6-8 Houston, TX September Orlando, FL October 3-5 Houston, TX November Overhead Crane/Hoist & Rigging Safety Awareness (OCHRSA) Orlando, FL March 2-4 Houston, TX March Orlando, FL May 4-6 Houston, TX June 8-10 Houston, TX September Orlando, FL October 5-7 Houston, TX November Training to U.S. Navy Standards CICB offers crane and rigging training in accordance with NAVFAC P-307 to Navy and Marine Corps enlisted personnel, employees and contractors to achieve and maintain compliance with the requirements of NAVFAC P-307. Training to U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Standards EM requires crane & rigging training to help USACE personnel achieve and maintain the highest level of crane safety. Contact CICB for on-site training in compliance EM CICB s curriculum is designed to deliver solutions to real time maintenance and operations problems and situations in construction, operations, and maintenance environments. Also, at your request, any of our programs will be customized to meet requirements for your company policies and safety standards and/or use of specific lifting equipment, job tasks or personnel. You can also find out more about our training by visiting our Website at or call us at (800) and duration subject to change.

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