Learn about the safe operation of wellhead boom trucks. This program covers boom truck inspections, safe operating practices, rules and responsibilities, reading and using capacity charts, wire rope, rigging safety and hands-on-boom operation.
Personnel engaged in wellhead pumping wireline, coiled tubing operations, snubbing and perforating operations, and rig up and rig out slant service rig operations.
APPRENTICESHIP TRAINING PROGRAM
The Enform Wellhead Boom Truck Operator (WHBT) course is the technical training component for candidates pursuing apprenticeship in the WHBT trade. Candidates wishing to pursue an apprenticeship in the WHBT trade must first submit a completed Apprenticeship Application Form to Alberta Apprenticeship and Industry Training (AIT) for approval. Application forms and additional information on the WHBT trade are available from any AIT office or at Trade Secrets Alberta.
Once registered with AIT and accepted as a Registered Apprentice, the candidate may apply and register for the Enform WHBT course.
Once the candidate application has been processed and accepted by AIT:
1. Complete and submit the WHBT application form to firstname.lastname@example.org
2. Upon notification from Enform that the application is successful, contact Enform (enrolment services) to enroll in an upcoming WHBT course
As an alternative to attending regularly scheduled WHBT courses at Enform offices, Enform also offers this course on a contract basis at employer sites. Employers may contact email@example.com for details and contract pricing.
Please ensure you bring your own equipment
Prior to registering for the Enform course, applicants must have their work experience verified by Apprenticeship and Industry Training Office.
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Students are expected to punctually attend all five days of the course. Course starts at 8 a.m. Participants who are late may be refused admission. If a student missed a significant portion of the essential course content, then they may be asked to leave and not be certified.