Heavy Equipment Training at Any Level Helps Students Get “Leg Up”

High school teacher, George Wertz, in Deming, New Mexico, is providing inspiration to our executives here at the National Association of Heavy Equipment Training Services. Wertz oversees the Construction Trades program at Deming High School’s Hofacket Campus and firmly believes that the construction and heavy equipment training he offers to his students will give them… Read more »

Pre and Post Assessments Mandatory for ADEPT Heavy Equipment Training

Are you ADEPT at assessing if the person operating your heavy equipment at this moment is truly qualified? Here at NAHETS, we use the word “adept” because we have created the ADEPT (Adaptable Equipment Proficiency Testing) Operator Assessment and Certification processes that will determine the status of your workers. Once assessed, a targeted and focused… Read more »

Premiere Heavy Equipment, Construction and Machinery Show Coming to Las Vegas in March 2014

More than 130,000 attendees and 2,400 companies representing the heavy equipment, machinery and construction industries will descend on Las Vegas, Nevada, March 4-8, 2014, for the CONEXPO-CON/AGG show. The show will encompass a record-setting 2.3 million net square feet of indoor and outdoor exhibit space, but organizers believe that despite the enormity of the event,… Read more »

HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATOR CERTIFICATION PROVIDES JOBSITE CONFIDENCE

New Mexico Construction Company Benefits from ADEPT Certification Program Administered on site by National Association of Heavy Equipment Training Services  It has been said that education is an ongoing process, and no one knows that better than Jonathan Ballew, owner of Ballew, Inc., an excavation company in New Mexico that specializes in school construction projects. … Read more »

ADEPT Ready Mix Truck Driver Courses

The National Association of Heavy Equipment Training Services (NAHETS), in partnership with the National Ready Mixed Concrete Association (NRMCA), is pleased to announce the development of  a three-week curriculum to train and certify new ready mix concrete truck drivers.  Studies show that the concrete and ready mix industry faces a shortage of up to 20,000… Read more »