Gierdziejewskiego 5/272a, 02-495 Warsaw

+48 22 290 29 09

Mon-Sat: 8:30 am - 4 pm, 5 pm - 11 pm

Monday-Sunday 8:30 - 16:00, 17:00 - 23:00
Gierdziejewskiego 5/272a, 02-495 Warsaw

Training for operators and maintainers of floating cranes

Our training offer includes professional and reliable courses for operators and maintainers of floating cranes. Our comprehensive courses will help you gain or renew the necessary authorisations to operate or maintain floating cranes. 

floating crane

Course programme 

During our courses you will gain knowledge in:  

  • acts of technical supervision,  
  • general knowledge of cranes and their components (types of cranes and cranes and technical specifications),  
  • operation, maintenance, inspection and repair of floating cranes,  
  • slings and auxiliary handling equipment,  
  • responsibilities of a floating crane operator,  
  • health and safety on floating cranes and fire and environmental issues, 
  • pre-medical first aid, 
  • correct maintenance and maintenance duties, repair of electrical and mechanical parts and maintenance checks, 

Requirements for the course participant 

A participant in the course can be a person who: 

  • has no medical contraindications to work (we refer you to an occupational physician for an examination before you start your training), 
  • is an adult,  
  • has at least a basic education. 

State examination 

On completion of the training course, the trainee takes the state examination, which is conducted before a TDT examination board. It consists of a theoretical part in the form of a written single-choice test and a practical part. After successfully passing the exam, the trainee is awarded a licence to operate or maintain floating cranes. The licence is valid for 5 years. 

Why take part in our courses? 

floating cranes in the harbour

Our training centre can boast a very high pass rate on the state examinations by our trainees. This is the result of the hard work of our instructors, who have many years of experience in their profession and a vast knowledge of the law and the guidelines of the Office of Technical Inspection. We make every effort to ensure that our courses are of the highest possible standard. Our instructors are constantly updating their knowledge and training in the latest trends in their field, which allows them to deliver the best quality knowledge to our students.

We also ensure that our courses comply with the latest legislation and guidelines from the Office of Technical Inspection. In this way, trainees can be sure that they not only receive the necessary knowledge, but also the best practical guidance and skills. Thanks to our efforts and commitment, our trainees are able to achieve the results they dream of and obtain the qualifications they need to advance their careers. We want our training centre to be a place where trainees feel safe and know that they are getting the best possible training and support. 

Brief description of floating cranes 

Floating cranes are extremely useful vessels that are used for many jobs of all kinds. Thanks to their construction on steel pontoons, they are mobile and allow equipment and materials to be delivered to places where traditional cranes are unable to do so. The use of such a crane is particularly important in shipyards, ports, on the open sea and in places where other means of transport are difficult to access. 

Floating cranes are usually equipped with engines, enabling them to move independently. In such a situation, it is not necessary to hire additional units, such as tugs or pushers, to transport the cranes from place to place. In cases where floating cranes do not have their own propulsion, it is these types of units that come to the rescue, allowing the crane to be transported to where it is needed. 

Other training and courses we offer 

Our extensive training offer also includes courses for operators and maintainers: 

crane on platform
  • stationary cranes, 
  • scissor lifts,  
  • mobile and portable cranes,  
  • aerial work platforms,  
  • mobile cranes,  
  • telescopic loaders,  
  • railway cranes and on railway vehicles,  
  • ship's cranes,  
  • scissor lifts,  
  • tower and high-speed cranes,  
  • cranes,  
  • rail-mounted cranes, 
  • forklift trucks. 

Other services we offer 

Our company provides a wide range of both stationary and mobile maintenance services. We specialise in the repair and maintenance of overhead cranes, scissor lifts, forklifts, aerial work platforms and telescopic handlers. In addition, we offer the sale of new and used equipment, as well as assistance with the purchase of machines under technical supervision. Our team of specialists provides expert advice and performs audits to guarantee our customers the best possible solutions. 

If you need our help, you can use the contact form on our website or contact our team directly. We will be happy to answer all your questions and help you in any situation. Trust our knowledge and experience and you will definitely be satisfied with our services. 

Questions and answers

What are the requirements for a floating crane maintenance candidate? 

A candidate for floating crane maintenance must be at least 18 years of age, have at least an elementary education and have no medical contraindications to the profession. 

What is the state exam like after completing the course?

The state examination consists of a theoretical part, in the form of a written single-choice test, and a practical part. It is conducted before an examination board of the TDT. After passing the exam, the trainee is awarded a licence to operate or maintain floating cranes, valid for 5 years. 

How valid is a floating crane operator's licence? 

The floating crane operator licence is valid for five years.