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Mobile Crane,Crawler crane, lessons Courses????

Discussion in 'Cranes' started by Pceire, Jun 20, 2021.

  1. Pceire

    Pceire New Member

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    Hi everyone, looking for information on crane ,lessons or courses to be able to get my ticket / license for crane ,as i know with most certification in countrys experience is needed of being on a crane ,which i can't get as law states i have to have a ticket , im currently a certified slinger on a mobile crane on bridge works , is there anywhere in europe that would do lessons etc on a crawler or mobile crane or is it not available and it just depends on someone being shown on a site with out a ticket ??????????????

    any information would be great

    thanks
     
  2. skyking1

    skyking1 Senior Member

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    operators don't grow on trees. Every outfit I have been around will let a young guy in the seat when the hook is not busy. Did you ask? Get back out here and tend hook and ask.
     
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