Mobile Crane Operator TrainingTotal Equipment Training offers one of the best on-site heavy equipment operator training classes in Illinois City at very competitive pricing. In recent years, the demand for crane operators has increased and pressure is added to make sure employees keep up with their current operator qualifications.  Qualification requires that employees complete heavy equipment operator training in Illinois. Our expert trainers help you through each and every step – including an emphasis on safety measures to consider while operating heavy equipment and mobile cranes.

How to Become a Mobile Crane Operator in Illinois

To become a mobile crane operator you must have complete knowledge of the crane and its parts. You may also need a proper license with certain certifications. Finding the right training school is important. You can easily learn how to operate heavy equipment and mobile cranes with TET’s mobile crane operator training and heavy equipment operator training in Illinois.

Our On-Site Mobile Crane Operator Training Locations near Illinois

Total Equipment Training provides on-site training at your location. Our expert trainer will come to your work location and help prepare you for crane operation, from basic to advanced. We schedule training sessions in such a way that you won’t have to compromise your day to day work by taking into consideration the skill level of participants in training

Requirements You Need to Meet to Become a Crane Operator

  • The first very thing is you need to be mobile crane qualified recognized by OSHA.
  • High school diploma or GED certificate
  • You must be at least 18 years old, which is the minimum age to become a mobile crane equipment operator.
  • You may undergo a medical test to ensure you are healthy and physically fit.
  • Having 2-3 years of experience is also very beneficial.

Applying for a Mobile Crane Operator Job in Illinois

To ensure safety of co-workers and other people, you need to be a skilled crane operator. Chicago has strict laws for crane operators. If you want to become a crane operator in Chicago, Illinois, then you must have a qualifying license.

Benefits of Becoming Qualified Heavy Equipment Operator

  • Good packages, including benefits like healthcare insurance (may depend on your company).
  • You can boost your career with experience and advanced certifications.
  • Retirement plans.
  • Cash bonuses and incentives, these are generally given when the contract is finished on or before the allotted time.

Additionally, some employees may even pay for your training if the company wants you to have more certifications and licenses for mobile crane use and/or heavy equipment in general.

How Much Can a Mobile Crane Operator in Illinois Earn?

The salary of a crane operator in Illinois varies and depends on your company. It can also depend on the years of experience you have and your level of certification. According to Salary.com, some of the salaries offered in towns and cities in Illinois are:

Arlington Heights$64,798Naperville$65,049
Aurora$65,863Normal$60,098
Bloomington$59,785Oak Lawn$66,365
Bolingbrook$64,798Oak Park$66,428
Champaign$58,657Orland Park$64,234
Chicago$66,428Palatine$64,861
Cicero$66,428Peoria$60,725
Decatur$57,654Rock Island$57,905
Des Plaines$66,239Rockford$62,918
Elgin$65,487Schaumburg$65,738
Evanston$66,428Skokie$66,428
Hoffman Estates$65,863Springfield$57,591
Joliet$64,485Tinley Park$64,046
Moline$57,842Waukegan$62,667
Mount Prospect$66,177Wheaton$65,174

Voice of Our Clients

“My name is Steve Carter and I have used several training companies over the years for training our staff and I can say without hesitation that Total Equipment Training has provided us the highest quality training sessions that were professional and easy to understand.  It has also been a pleasure to work with your expert trainers who worked very hard to accommodate our scheduling requirements and guided my employees through each step of training.”

Steve Carter – Illinois, Chicago

“Thank you for providing me with the professional training that I needed to be an OSHA qualified mobile crane operator. Without the proper training by your staff, it would not have been possible for me to pass any type of test. The instructor was extremely knowledgeable and guided me at every step and also taught me safety measures to keep in mind while operating the mobile crane. The information was well presented and easy to understand. The actual practice sessions were beyond my expectations. Once again thanks for all the efforts you put in me.”

Edgar A. Stevens

Interested In Heavy Crane Operator Training in Illinois, Chicago?

Contact us today to get on-site heavy equipment and or crane operator training in Illinois or give our office a call at (610) 321 – 2679 .  Our knowledgeable staff will provide you with the information you need, and tailor a program, to fit your needs.