Working as a heavy equipment operator is a rewarding and high-paying career. Your future starts at Interior Heavy Equipment College.
As a respected leader in our industry, our mission is to provide our students with superior hands-on equipment training and outstanding technical knowledge, motivation, and commitment. Our students will be prepared for entry level employment as Heavy Equipment Operators.
At IHE, safety is our fundamental belief that shapes our company’s culture and philosophy. We emphasize it at every stage of the training that we provide. As such, safety has become our primary focus in interactions with our students, employees, partners, and visitors alike, and has become the hallmark of our industry recognized training programs, all resulting in one thing: Safe and Work-Ready Graduates!
Safety is the backbone of our culture and philosophy. We emphasize it at every stage of the training. Safety is our primary focus with our students, employees, partners, and visitors alike. It is the hallmark of our industry recognized training programs, all resulting in one thing:
IHE = Providing a safe and skilled workforce since 2005
If there is one consistency in today’s commercial world, it is expansion. The construction and natural resources industries ebb and flow but never stop. The official job classification and NOC code from the Government of Canada is:
7521 – Heavy equipment operators (except crane)
Heavy equipment operators operate heavy equipment used in the construction and maintenance of roads, bridges, airports, gas and oil pipelines, tunnels, buildings and other structures; in surface mining and quarrying activities; and in material handling work. They are employed by construction companies, heavy equipment contractors, public works departments and pipeline, logging, cargo-handling and other companies.