IMPORTANT TRAINING UPDATE: COVID-19

As COVID-19 continues to impact areas across the country, we are closely monitoring new developments. The health and safety of our customers and employees at Cervus is our top priority.
 
Recently, the provincial governments of Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba have announced multi-phase plans to reopen businesses and public venues. We are now accepting in-person and jobsite training requests for ALL branches. Classes are currently being scheduled with safety precautions and restrictions.

Effective May 19:
  • We will restrict the size of our classes to a maximum of 9 students to avoid crowding and maintain physical distancing.
  • All large student groups will be moved to digital/online format for the theory portion of the training with small groups of 9 students for the practical portion.
  • We will supply students with protective gloves while operating the equipment.
  • We will completely clean and wipe the classroom and training equipment for each class to minimize any contamination.
  • We ask the students and/or employers who are registering for training to be honest and if they are not feeling well to stay home or consult with a doctor. 
Online training courses are still available as an alternative to regular in-person and jobsite classroom training.
 
We remain open and ready to support your parts, service and sales needs. Please contact your local Cervus Equipment branch for further information.

Cervus Equipment Operator Safety Training

Online, In-Class & On-site 

We offer telehander, excavator, aerial work platform, fall protection, skid steer, cranes & rigging, forklift and front end loader training online, in-class and on-site.
 
Cervus training programs provide students with the basic principles of materials handling and construction equipment operation, load handling, maintenance and safety. The course begins with a theory portion followed by a half-day, hands-on practical training session and final evaluation. After successful completion of the theory test and a final practical assessment, an Operator Equipment Safety Certification is provided to students. 

Enhance your safety, productivity, efficiency and confidence on the job with Cervus Equipment Safety Training. Our certification meets and exceeds safety standards across Canada with OH&S and CSA compliance.

September Training Schedule

We are now accepting in-person and jobsite training requests for all branches. Classes are currently being scheduled with safety precautions and restrictions. 

Benefits of Cervus Equipment Training

Online. Gain complete and comprehensive training through our online course portal. Our online training programs allow students to complete certification within 2 weeks and at their convenience, whether it’s at home or travelling.

In-class. Cervus Equipment has over 10 training centers throughout Western Canada. Our certified trainers host regularly scheduled materials handling and construction equipment training classes on a wide breadth models. 

On-site. Training can be provided at your company's location, which is ideal for on-the-job learning and group courses. Ask about our group discounts for on-site materials handling and construction equipment training. 

 
Our materials handling courses offer hands-on, practical training to allow time for students to become familiar with equipment controls and demonstrate proper operating procedures. Hands-on training helps students develop skills in pre-use inspections, start up, operating assessment, maneuverability, parking, re-fueling and shut down.
All Cervus Equipment training programs are Occupational Health & Safety (OHS) and Canadian Safety Association (CSA) compliant. By meeting safety standards nationwide, Cervus Equipment provides students an understanding of the safety regulations at a federal, provincial and individual company level as well as a review of employer, supervisor and coworker health and safety responsibilities in the workplace.