Work sites, crane rental companies, training organizations and other locations may apply to become a Practical Exam site. Testing locally saves time and money for employers and candidates and can be a revenue generator for the site.
How to become a Practical Exam site:
- Review Practical Exam site requirements
- Apply for site approval and submit $195 fee
- Secure CIC Practical Examiner and CIC Practical Exam Proctor
- Supply crane, exam equipment, and ensure site is setup correctly
CIC Practical Exams must be conducted by authorized CIC Practical Examiners. Sites may have CIC train one or more of their employees to become Practical Examiners, or select a public authorized Practical Examiner. A proctor is also required for Practical Exams. The Site Coordinator may serve as the proctor, or may appoint a qualified proctor (who cannot be a trainer).
You should apply to become an exam site at least six weeks prior to the date of the first exam. Once approved your site will be able to administer exams for one year.