Training during these COVID times

What happened this year to students, teachers and parents and companies?

Was your doors closed for business for a period of time?

Did your training schedule have to be cancelled?

Did you have to move around some schedules to prevent students from being to close to each other?

Did you put off your training until things get better in the workplace?

These are all questions we may have faced this year between February and now.              How did you handle your companies training needs during these hectic times in our country?

We at CCTI, Inc. are starting to receive those calls for information to update training schedules and getting back on track with their training needs. Some companies called to tell us in March-June no training, some called to reduce size of classroom employees, and some called to cancel until things get better.

What is some of the solutions companies are implementing is less persons in each class. Spacing in the rooms and concern about wearing mask if closer than 6 feet, less touching of products, and most of all social distancing as much as possible.

We have all been instructed to keeping our distances during the training now more than ever and are keeping ourselves and equipment sanitized like never before.

So as we begin to open our doors, sit in the classroom and share information about subjects, keep in mind we are learning each and every day together. Be safe and continue to keep our work areas contamination free.

Contact us if you have any questions concerning training and up to date schedules.

Thank you all for your continued trust in your #1 material handling training provider.

Joe Crews

About CrewsCrane

President/CEO of CCTI, Inc. providing Crane, Hoist, and material handling training. Inspections, service and parts for Mobile and overhead crane. General and Construction Industry for 10 & 30 hr OSHA courses, aerial/scissor lifts, and forklift. Inventory of Hoists, Slings and Below the Hook Devices.
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