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Written Exams
Updated On: Jan 27, 2015

  Mobile Cranes

The written examination program consists of a Core examination in crane operation, as well as four crane Specialty examinations. The Core examination has 90 multiple-choice questions. Candidates are allowed 90 minutes to complete the Core examination.

 All Specialty examinations consist of 26 multiple choice questions. Candidates are allowed 55 minutes to complete each Specialty examination.

All candidates are required to take the Core examination regardless of the Specialty(s) in which they wish to be certified.

CCO Specialty Examinations:

  • Lattice Boom Crawler Cranes (LBC)
  • Lattice Boom Truck Cranes (LBT)
  • Large Telescopic Boom Cranes (Swing Cab) (TLL)
  • Small Telescopic Boom Cranes (Fixed Cab) (TSS)

Candidates must register for the Core and at least one of the Specialty examinations. Certification requires competency in both the Core and one or more Specialty categories.


 Tower Crane 

The Tower Crane written exam consists of a single examination in Tower Crane operation.  This examination has 55 multiple-choice questions, six (6) of which are load chart questions.  Candidates are allowed 60 minutes to complete the exam.  Candidates meeting eligibility requirements may take the written and practical examinations in any order.


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