Fundamentals of Rigging Engineering

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Summary

The Fundamentals of Rigging Engineering is comprised of the following Courses. 

Required Courses

Engineering Principles for Rigging & Load Handling











  • Basic Engineering Principles

  • Basic Rigging Principles




  • Intermediate Rigging Principles

  • Advanced Rigging Principles




Course Length: 40 hrs.  |  Course Format: Online/On-Demand

Cranes & Derrick Engineering, Installation & Planning











  • Introduction to Cranes & Derricks

  • Configurations

  • Loads & Forces




  • Stability Against Overturning

  • Crane Use & Planning

  • Crane Applications




Course Length: 32 hrs.  |  Course Format: Online/On-Demand

Rigging & Load Handling Equipment Engineering & Applications











  • Slings & Shackle Use

  • Below-the-Hook Lifting Devices




  • Rigging Arrangements

  • Lift Planning




Course Length: 48 hrs.  |  Course Format: Online/On-Demand

Alternative Load Handling Equipment Engineering & Applications











  • Hydraulic & Strand Jacks

  • Telescopic Hydraulic 

    Gantry Systems




  • Modular Lift Towers &

    Other Lifting Systems

  • Horizontal Load Moving Systems




Course Length: 32 hrs.  |  Course Format: Online/On-Demand

Lift Planning Procedure, Considerations & Execution











  • Introduction to Lift Planning

  • Building Lift Plans




  • Executing Lift Plans




Course Length: 24 hrs.  |  Course Format: Online/On-Demand



Elective Courses*

Specialized Transport Planning & Engineering Considerations











  • Road Transport

  • Rail Transport




  • Water Transport




Course Length: 40 hrs.  |  Course Format: Online/On-Demand

Standards & Regulations for Load Handling Equipment











  • Worldwide Standards

  • Regulations




  • Industry-Specific Regulations




Course Length: 12 hrs.  |  Course Format: Online/On-Demand

Master Rigger



  • Advanced Rigging Applications and Load Handling Activities

  • 50% Hands-On Learning

  • Optional – CIC Qualified Rigger-Advanced Certification



Course Length: 32 hrs.  |  Course Format: ITI Training Centers

Rigging Gear Inspector Level I



  • Removal criteria for wire rope, wire rope slings, synthetic slings, chain slings, rigging hardware, below-the-hook lifting devices

  • Applicable OSHA, ASME, ASTM, AISI Regulations & Standards

  • Hands-On Inspections & Certification Exams



Course Length: 32 hrs.  |  Course Format: ITI Training Centers

Mobile Crane Inspector



  • Identify damage and wear on mobile crane components

  • MESH components – Mechanical, Electrical, Structural, and Hydraulic

  • Hands-on inspections and qualification exams



Course Length: 40 hrs.  |  Course Format: ITI Training Centers

* 2 Elective courses are required to complete the Program.

Details

  • When

  • Thursday, January 1, 2015 - Thursday, January 30, 2020
    8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    Pacific Time

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