* Multi-student discount available of enrollment of more than 2 students.
* Early bird special applied to a purchased class 30 days or more before class start date.
Price Includes Taxes
Do you know how to calculate the safe distance to an overhead wire or underground gas line? How close your rotator can safely get to the edge of a 23-foot deep hole? How much cribbing is required under your outrigger legs to compensate for a 50,000 pound load?
This 2 day course teaches you everything you need to protect both people and equipment, including formulas for calculating ground pressure and outrigger compression loads. Students spend the morning in the classroom, then it’s out to the field to apply the theory and formulas to real-life scenarios, including properly attaching and lifting cement mixers, tractor-trailers and sea containers.
A WreckMaster rotator course is a risk management must-have for anyone who has a rotator in their fleet —or plans to add one in the future.
Upon completion of this course you will receive a Training Certificate.
There are no prerequisites to attend WreckMaster Training. That being said, there is a ton of information covered in level of training. It would be beneficial to attend the levels in order if acceleration to ensure you can keep up with the class.
TRANSPORTATION & ACCOMODATIONS
Each student is responsible for transportation to and from class. As well transportation to and from the hotel.
Each student is responsible for finding their own hotel or accommodation.
PAYMENT & REGISTRATION
Students must be registered through WreckMaster.com and full payment must be received before the start of class. To avoid any hiccups, please ensure that this is done by registering through WreckMaster.com.
WORKBOOKS & DIGITAL ACCESS
Students who registered for a hands-on class will receive a printed version of the workbook at the class.
WHAT TO BRING TO CLASS
Please bring a calculator, a notepad and pen. Hands-on portion will be rain or shine so please dress appropriately.
This course is eligible for certification. It is considered a T.R.O.C.P. Level 1 certification.
The Towing & Recovery Operator Certification Program™ (TROCP™) is a national certification program for towing operators developed by two of the industry’s top certification bodies: WreckMaster and Towing and Recovery Association of America, Inc. (TRAA).
For more information on getting certified, please visit: towcert.com