Tower crane maintenance course If you are interested in career development and the prospect of a better job with higher wages, our offer is aimed at you. The development of the construction industry observed in recent years has resulted in an increased demand for construction machinery (including tower cranes), without which the erection of many structures would be impossible. However, these machines are subject to special licences from the Office of Technical Inspection for operation and maintenance. This has resulted in an increase in companies' demand for suitably qualified employees, as can be seen from the rising salaries of specialists. Course flow The crane maintenance course consists of a theoretical and a practical part. The theoretical part of the course can take place either remotely or on location. The course prepares you to pass the state examination and to continue working as a maintenance technician. Our lecturers ensure that students pass their exams with the highest possible score and are prepared for the work. Certificates upon completion of the courseOn completion of the course, the candidate receives a course diploma and, after passing the state examination, a qualification certificate from the Office of Technical Inspection, which is valid for a period of five years.Requirements from the candidate A candidate wishing to attend the course must have: at least 18 years of age, a state of health that allows him or her to perform his or her job (medical examination), secondary education.Must also have one of the following qualifications: a certificate as a skilled worker in a trade which corresponds to work on technical equipment and has a minimum of one year's experience in repairing or maintaining such equipment, journeyman's certificate in electromechanics of machinery and at least one year's work in machine repair, a certificate of completion of a basic vocational school or equivalent and at least one year's work in the maintenance or repair of technical equipment, a certificate of secondary vocational education or at least 3 years of study at a relevant higher education institution and 6 months of professional work in the repair or maintenance of technical equipment, a master's qualification as a technical equipment mechanic with at least six months' experience in the repair or maintenance of such equipment. Scope of messages discussed during the training The crane maintainer training programme includes: general information on technical supervision, discussion of technical documentation and instructions for cranes, standards and technical conditions of technical supervision, health and safety regulations, powers and duties of conservators, discussion of the maintenance plan, principles for the operation and cleaning of tower cranes, lubricants and oils. Why take the course? High wages and the demand in the labour market are the main reasons why it is worthwhile to become an UDT certified tower crane maintainer. Our course comprehensively prepares you to pass the state exam and obtain the relevant qualifications. We will also prepare you for work in the profession by showing you the realities of the job. Our lecturers are true professionals, thanks to them you will not be surprised by any question on the state exam. If you are interested and have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us. We will dispel all your doubts. We also encourage you to explore the rest of our range of UDT training courses for maintainers and operators, including for: forklifts, HDS cranes, overhead cranes, mobile platforms, cranes and tower cranes.Questions from our customers What does the trainee get on completion of the tower crane maintenance course? Upon completion of the course, the trainee will receive a diploma for tower crane maintenance and, after passing the state examination, a UDT qualification certificate. How valid is the licence for tower crane maintenance? The authorisations are valid for 5 years. The renewal of the entitlement takes place on the basis of an application for renewal of the qualification certificate to the Office of Technical Inspection.