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Certified Equipment Operator (CEO)

Class includes ALL C.E.O. Courses 701 to 710

Who is Eligible: Anyone is eligible to take the exam, but it is recommended that applicants have a combination of the following -4,000 hours of work in the landscape industry. 2,000 hours of work in the landscape industry plus the successful completion of a two-year or four-year curriculum in the landscape field. Preparing for the test: To allow sufficient time for study, persons should apply for examination well in advance of the test date. This Price is for One Person taking all C.E.O. Classes 701-710. The class consists of both a classroom setting and a hands-on approach.  

 

Class Descriptions

Class includes ALL C.E.O. Courses 701 to 710

Class #701: Certified Equipment Operator (CEO)Guidelines for Clothing and Personal Protective EquipmentThis class is one of the 10 courses designed to meet the needs of the C.E.O. Certification ( Certified Equipment Operator ). You learn about Guidelines for Clothing And Personal Protective Equipment including: Daily Maintenance Checklist,Safety, Known Allergies, Lifting, Communications & Emergency Contacts. Name at least ten possible emergency situations you could encounter on the job and how you can prepare in the event of a medical emergency.Class #702: Certified Equipment Operator (CEO)Guidelines for Job Site SafetyThis class is one of the 10 courses designed to meet the needs of the C.E.O. Certification ( Certified Equipment Operator ). You learn about Precautions on the following subjects: Barricades, Chemicals, Electricity, and Utility Locations. Name at least ten possible emergency situations you could encounter on the job and how you can prepare in the event of a medical emergency.Class #703: Certified Equipment Operator (CEO)Guidelines for Hand Tools and Personal SafetyThis class is one of the 10 courses designed to meet the needs of the C.E.O. Certification ( Certified Equipment Operator ). You learn about Guidelines for Hand Tools And Personal Safety. Accidents can be significantly reduced by applying good general safety rules. Even though hand and power tools are used every day in many types of businesses, we fail to recognize the hazards these tools may present. Learn how to match the tool to the job, the importance of ” state of mind ” as well as personal protective equipment, good safety practices, tool care and maintenance, and more. Name at least ten possible emergency situations you could encounter on the job and how you can prepare in the event of a medical emergency.Class #704: Certified Equipment Operator (CEO)Guidelines for Hand-operated 2-Stroke Equipment Safety & MaintenanceThis class is one of the 10 courses designed to meet the needs of the C.E.O. Certification ( Certified Equipment Operator ). You learn about Guidelines for hand-operated Maintenance equipment including: Daily Maintenance Checklist, Describe the key safety considerations, 2-Stroke Equipment, Describe the key safety considerations for large equipment, Chain Saws, Hedgers, Fuel Level and Mix Oil Level. Name at least ten possible emergency situations you could encounter on the job and how you can prepare in the event of a medical emergency.Class #705: Certified Equipment Operator (CEO)Guidelines for Hand-operated 4-Stroke Equipment Safety & MaintenanceThis class is one of the 10 courses designed to meet the needs of the C.E.O. Certification ( Certified Equipment Operator ). You learn about: Safety considerations for large equipment, guidelines for hand-operated Maintenance equipment, Operating Mowers and all 4-stroke equipment, Daily Maintenance Checklists, Mobilizing people to work as a team, the crew size, selecting the right mower, setting work quotas and the problems of scheduling. Describe the key safety considerations for 4-Stroke Equipment. List and describe the use of five different types of 4-Stroke Equipment. Name at least ten possible emergency situations you could encounter on the job and how you can prepare in the event of a medical emergency.Class #706: Certified Equipment Operator (CEO)Guidelines for Skid Steer Equipment Safety & MaintenanceThis class is one of the 10 courses designed to meet the needs of the C.E.O. Certification ( Certified Equipment Operator ). You learn about: Daily Maintenance Schedule and Checklist, Operating a Skid Steer, Mobilizing people to work as a team, the crew size, selecting the right equipment, setting work quotas and the problems of scheduling. Describe the key safety considerations when operating Skid Steer equipment. List and describe the use of five different types of Skid Steer. Name the main equipment used in Excavations. Name at least ten possible emergency situations you could encounter on the job and how you can prepare in the event of a medical emergency.Class #707: Certified Equipment Operator (CEO)Guidelines for Backhoes Equipment Safety & MaintenanceThis class is one of the 10 courses designed to meet the needs of the C.E.O. Certification ( Certified Equipment Operator ). You learn about: Daily Maintenance Schedule and Checklist, Operating Backhoes, Mobilizing people to work as a team, the crew size, selecting the right equipment, setting work quotas and the problems of scheduling. Describe the key safety considerations when operating Backhoe equipment. List and describe the use of five different types of Backhoes. Name the main Backhoe equipment used in Trenching. Name at least ten possible emergency situations you could encounter on the job and how you can prepare in the event of a medical emergency.Class #708: Certified Equipment Operator (CEO)Guidelines for Tractors Equipment Safety & MaintenanceThis class is one of the 10 courses designed to meet the needs of the C.E.O. Certification ( Certified Equipment Operator ). You learn about: Daily Maintenance Schedule and Checklist, Operating Tractors, Mobilizing people to work as a team, the crew size, selecting the right equipment, setting work quotas and the problems of scheduling. Describe the key safety considerations when operating Tractor equipment. List and describe the use of five different types of Tractors. Name the main Tractor equipment used in Excavations. Name at least ten possible emergency situations you could encounter on the job and how you can prepare in the event of a medical emergency.Class #709: Certified Equipment Operator (CEO)Guidelines for Trencher & Piper Puller Equipment Safety & MaintenanceThis class is one of the 10 courses designed to meet the needs of the C.E.O. Certification ( Certified Equipment Operator ). You learn about: Daily Maintenance Schedule and Checklist, Operating Trenchers and Pipe Pullers, Mobilizing people to work as a team, the crew size, selecting the right equipment, setting work quotas and the problems of scheduling. Describe the key safety considerations when operating Trencher and Pipe Puller equipment. List and describe the use of five different types of Trenchers and Pipe Pullers. Name the main Trencher, Pipe Puller equipment used in Trenching. Name at least ten possible emergency situations you could encounter on the job and how you can prepare in the event of a medical emergency.Class #710: Certified Equipment Operator (CEO)Guidelines for Driving Truck & Trailer Equipment Safety & MaintenanceThis class is one of the 10 courses designed to meet the needs of the C.E.O. Certification ( Certified Equipment Operator ). You learn about: The safe operation of truck and trailer equipment. Learn about loading, securing, and hauling techniques; trailer-to-attachment; methods of determining weigtht limits; backing up, and more. List the items to check before truck operation each day. List the safety items that should be carried in a truck. Describe how to back up a trailer. List the items to check regularly for safe operation of a trailer. List ten Driver Safety Tips.

 

COURSE OVERVIEW

  •  Length of Course: 40 Hours
  •  5 Week Course:
  •  CEU Earned: 40 CEU Credits
  •  Certificate Earned:
    Certified Equipment Operator
  •  All classes must be attended
  •  No refunds

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Our courses provide you with a basic easy to understand approach both in the classroom and in your field of training.  Our irrigation training program  provides you with a well recognized certification that consumers and employers recognize. Completing certification by from Irrigator Tech training program increases students' chances of becoming employed in the Irrigation and Lawn Maintenance Industry.

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