The Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service (TEEX) offers heavy equipment and training for the operators of earthmoving, right-of-way maintenance, hoisting, and material handling equipment. Municipalities, contractors, government agencies, and others have relied on TEEX to provide advanced training for experienced operators and entry-level training for employees preparing for careers in the construction industry. All courses place a heavy emphasis on safety and are designed to meet all applicable OSHA, MSHA, ANSI, and ASME requirements, as well as provide instruction in industry-standard consensus practices.
Construction companies all around the country are looking for people who have the skills to operate heavy construction equipment. If you're ready to climb into the cab of one of these powerful pieces of equipment, we will give you the training and education you need.
Heavy equipment varies from the extremely heavy to more portable and mobile. Any business, large or small, or individual involved in the construction industry, may sometimes need training for equipment such as backhoes, scrapers, bulldozers, excavators. motor graders, bobcats, front-end loaders, and dump trucks. Operators need to have both the skill and the knowledge to work on these and many other types of equipment in order to confidently address safety and the numerous challenges associated with operating heavy equipment.
Our overall objective is to produce a safety conscious graduate who will be an immediate asset to any construction project or operation. To accomplish this, our highly experienced instructors provide quality training programs which are built with knowledge, enthusiasm, purpose, and integrity.
While TEEX offers a wide variety of standardized courses, training can also be customized to meet the training needs of your organization. Our courses can be taught on-site using your equipment and facilities to provide maximum economy. Regardless, you'll get professional training from instructors with real-world experience.
"Heavy Equipment Operator for Ordnance Workers" Course
Heavy Equipment Training