The Top Trainer Awards program, created by Crane Hot Line magazine and endorsed by the Association of Crane & Rigging Professionals, is designed to recognized crane and rigging trainers working in construction and heavy industry.
Since it was established in 2008, trainers from crane dealers, rigging suppliers, crane rental companies, contractors, insurance companies, inspection companies, manufacturers, heavy haulers, training organizations, and other companies involved in construction and heavy industry, have been recognized.
Trainers are recognized for:
- Having a positive impact on students, the work environment, or the industry
- Using innovative training techniques or hands-on instruction
- Encouraging peer or corporate accountability
- Demonstrating evidence that the training was successful
RULES AND SUBMISSION
Individuals being nominated must have been actively engaged in training between August 1, 2017 and March 31, 2019.
Trainer must be involved with crane and/or rigging training in Construction or Heavy Industry markets.
Trainer must be employed by a North American-owned company.
Individuals may nominate themselves or they may be nominated by customers, former students, colleagues, employers.
Previous Top Trainer winners are ineligible for five years after being recognized.
Previous Honorable Mention winners are eligible.
There is no fee associated with making a nomination.
Nominations must be received by March 31, 2019
ABOUT CRANE & RIGGING HOT LINE
Since 1997, Crane Hot Line has been the leading national marketplace for the crane industry. Published monthly, the magazine offers readers a broad mix of topics related to current issues, new products, and job applications. It is read by more than 80,000 crane and rigging professionals in heavy construction, specialty trades, crane and heavy equipment rental, mining, manufacturing, and equipment sales.
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About Association of Crane & Rigging Professionals
ACRP is a non-profit association whose mission is dedicated to improving crane operations and rigging activities in all industries. This is accomplished by providing educational opportunities to its members and the public. The association holds an annual General Assembly meeting.
ACRP works to develop national quality standards for the training and qualification process of crane operators and those who perform rigging activities. Members benefit by having a voice in the development of standards affecting the industry, acquiring effective training procedures, gaining timely knowledge of changes to industry standards, and collaborating with other technical experts.
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