“Providing the training necessary to accurately and safely manage lifting procedures is part of our commitment to being to the total training solution for our customers.”
Buffalo Grove, IL (PRWEB) September 21, 2016
TPC Training Systems, the leader in industrial skills training, has expanded its TPC Online technical skills training library to include over 50 hours of rigging content powered by a partnership with Industrial Training International (ITI). From basic to advanced rigging, certification prep, and even heavy equipment training, these new courses impart essential skills in an engaging multimedia format and are fully integrated into TPC Online’s learning management system.
TPC Online’s new Crane Rigging and Lift Planning courses cover the following topics:
- Introduction to Rigging
- Signaling for Mobile & Overhead Cranes
- Basic Rigging & Inspection
- Advanced Rigging
- Basic Entertainment Rigging
- Mobile Crane Operator Test Prep for NCCCO
“Crane rigging and lift planning are critical processes for many of our clients,” said Andrew Kauser, CEO of TPC Training Systems. “Providing the training necessary to accurately and safely manage lifting procedures is part of our commitment to being to the total training solution for our customers.”
TPC is further expanding the Cranes, Rigging, and Lift Planning library with an additional 25 hours of course content planned for rollout within the next six months.
TPC Online features over 1,000 course hours of online maintenance training and industrial safety topics. Training titles range from fundamentals skills to job-specific titles like welding, robotics, maintenance management, and now rigging.
For more information about TPC Training Systems, TPC Online, or Industrial Training International, visit https://www.tpctraining.com or call us at 848.808.4000.
About TPC Training Systems: TPC Training Systems is a privately held company with headquarters in Buffalo Grove, IL. As part of Telemedia, LLC, the company offers a complete portfolio of training methods, including online, classroom, and on-the-job. The company has helped more than 40,000 client sites globally to train over 3.5 million skilled workers.