ATTENTION: UPDATE!!! In response to the COVID -19 ever changing guidelines the Training Site is making the following change: The Training site will be open, but only to a limited number who sign up using the online reservation form. Priority will be given to current apprentices who are required to get their training hours in.


Training is open only to IUOE Local 9 Journeymen and Apprentices. I understand that by signing and completing my registration that agree to/understand:

  1. If I am not at the training site by 7:00 am I will not be able to attend class
  2. I will be willing and able to provide a paid to date dues receipt from Local 9
  3. I will adhere to the Safety and Guidelines of the Training Site
  4. I will stay until the day is complete
  5. I will be asked to leave the Training site if I fail to adhere to the above rules

On Saturdays, there is a mandatory safety meeting that starts at 7:00 am. If you miss the safety meeting and do not have your paid-to-date Dues Receipt, you will not be able to train or attend class at the Site that day.

Register for Classes: Click on Class to Register.

    Forklift Operation 

This course will prepare the member in taking the Forklift Operator written examination with an opportunity to take the Forklift Operator Assessment. 

Forklift Operator Qualification: October 8, 2022


Crane Courses Information

 You will need to bring you own calculator. Members will be assigned a Study manual and a student workbook at the beginning of the first class and will be expected to have that study manual and workbook with them at every class. The study manual is property of the Colorado Journeyman and Apprentice Training Site; Failure to return the study manual in good condition prior to test day will result in the member forfeiting their opportunity to take the written test and all fees associated withThese courses are progressive, and participation is expected. 

Scheduled Crane Study Classes:

Introduction to rigging and crane standards: 


NCCCO Fall Classes 2022: 

Intro to Crane Standards: October 22, 2022

Crane Safety: October 29, 2022

NCCCO Load Charts: November 5, 2022

NCCCO Review: November 12, 2022

NCCCO Written Exams: November 13, 2022

CCO Registration & Application Process: October 15, 2022.

This class will assist the member to understand the full requirements of certifying with the NCCCO and complete the required applications for the written exams. This is not mandatory, but it is highly recommended for members not recertifying.

Advanced Rigger Qualification: October 3-October 7, 2022.

Members will learn how to calculate the center of gravity of an object, determine sling angle and load tension on sling legs, discover the effects of a load share (2 crane picks) , and learn how to control a load during rotation. This course is a 40 hour hands on exercise, participation is required. 



Any questions regarding this class shall be directed to the Crane Instructor, Corey Thieman. Please call Corey Thieman for sign up link and code to apply for test.

(303) 246-1448


 Click Here for a syllabus

  NCCCO Mobile Crane Written Exams: 

You must turn the application in to the CJAT training site no later than 4 weeks before the Test.