Aerial Lift Train the Trainer Vancouver - The Aerial Lifts Train the Trainer Certification Program would teach trainers how to effectively train operators in safe industrial mobile machinery operation. Trainers are given in-depth instruction on aerial lift machinery. The program is offered on an open enrollment basis and delivered at selected training places. Prior to certification, trainers are evaluated and scored based on their understanding and demonstrated skills.
The Aerial Lifts Train the Trainer Certification Program focuses on practical learning and as the top training provider in the business, we provide top notch hands-on training. We offer lots of opportunities to practice the concepts and techniques that are learned in the classroom. In addition to hands-on experience, trainers develop general knowledge of equipment theory and instructional techniques, field and classroom communication skills, and ability to successfully train and assess operators. Trainers will gain an understanding of what traits make a successful trainer.
The Aerial Lift Train the Trainer Certification Program teaches the instructional methods included in communicating concepts inside a classroom and/or field situation. Knowledge needs a training part to be effective in workplace conditions. There are three factors of machinery operation that the trainer should learn how to convey to operators: what to perform; how to do it; and why it has to be carried out.
In the program, trainers would be provided with the detailed, latest reference material to better help them convey the information to equipment operators. The instruction manuals utilized, contain detailed information regarding all aspects of industrial mobile machine operator training. Incorporated in the package are training aids that provide a visual reference in order to improve the learning experience. The equipment-specific training products contain necessary materials intended for both the trainer and the operator: overhead transparencies, videos/DVD's, equipment models, safety message posters; digital training aids and stability pyramid.