Construction machinery - vocational training

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Construction machinery operation course

The Operators Training Centre (OSO) offers you a course on operating a road roller, excavator and scaffolding assembly and disassembly. If you are interested in becoming a certified operator, take advantage of our offer! 

Why CSOs? 

Our strengths: What do we offer? 
Professional staff Certificates of completion 
Attractive prices Remote learning 
Comprehensive training (theory + practice) Additional learning material (review tests) 
Training facilities Friendly atmosphere 
Preparation for the examination Fresh start - a group with a similar level of experience 

We have been providing training services for more than fifteen years and are characterised by affordable prices, a friendly atmosphere and professionalism. What's more, we have highly qualified staff with extensive professional experience and numerous training facilities that meet all safety requirements.  

At OSO, we divide the course participants into groups based on the results obtained in the competency test, so we are able to provide everyone with learning adapted to their needs and current skills. What's more, to ensure that our clients do well on the exam, we have prepared additional material in the form of revision tests to consolidate their knowledge.   

What are the activities like? 

roller and other site equipment

We have introduced remote teaching, i.e. lectures in the form of webinars - real-time audio-video transmissions, in this way we can provide both comfort and security for our clients. Practical classes take place in specially prepared facilities, adapted to all safety requirements and with the necessary learning equipment.

Our requirements 

  • at least 18 years of age,  
  • education at primary level, 
  • a medical certificate stating that there are no contraindications to work in the profession. 


Thanks to technical improvements, the overall efficiency and performance of construction machinery is resulting in its widespread use on building sites. Those qualified as road roller or excavator operators will be able to count on much better employment opportunities in the construction industries. 

Road roller - work and entitlements 

Obtaining a qualification to carry out construction work, using a roller, can prove to be a very good choice when looking for a job in the construction sector, especially companies involved in road, rail or airport construction. A person who is familiar with current health and safety regulations will be able to carry out work that involves compacting soil and asphalt, creating a flat surface, using a road roller. The roller is most commonly used for asphalt roads, extensive car parks, squares, playing fields or runways.  

In order to be a road roller operator, one must hold a Class III qualification - this is a document certifying that one is qualified to be an operator in the spectrum of working, road and construction tasks on machinery and equipment subject to Class III. By completing such a course, our client can seek employment in many companies providing construction services, as the demand for people familiar with machines and their control is not decreasing. The training carried out at OSO takes place at training facilities equipped with all the necessary equipment that meets quality and safety requirements. 

excavator on the road

Excavators - OSO course 

Students undertaking the excavator course will be able to find employment after training in construction work that requires earthmoving activities such as separating rock material and transporting it to a truck or landfill. Models vary according to the material they handle (e.g. sand, gravel, coal), as well as the lifting capacity - for this reason, excavator qualifications have been divided into classes, these are: 

  • Class III - working with single-head excavators up to 25 tonnes operating weight. 
  • Class I - working with single-head excavators over 25 tonnes operating weight. 

The order in which qualifications are obtained depends on the level of experience - the heavier the machine the greater the risk, and the greater the danger caused by an accident. Therefore, a candidate for an excavator operator will need to acquire a Class III rating first, followed by a Class I rating. 

Together with us you can expand your skills and qualifications, check out our other offers which can be found on our website. These include training courses for UDT, health and safety and FireIf you are interested in becoming certified, use our services!

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