Plant Operator Earthmoving Machines

Certificate program (NTSA)

Certificate

About Plant Operator Earthmoving Machines programme

Earthmoving plant operators operate machines to excavate, grade, level, smooth and compact earth or similar materials.

This Earthmoving course will train you how to utilise and maintain the following machinery: Motor grader, Motor Roller, Backhoe Loader, Track shovel, Bulldozer, Wheel shovel and Dumper.

Often working in conjunction with other physical and construction labourers, Earthmoving Plant Operators run machinery to move and excavate earth, break up pavement, and smooth out other surfaces in preparation for construction projects. Earthmoving plant operators may also be known as backhoe, bulldozer, excavator, grader, or loader operators.

Earthmoving plant operators generally work in the construction or mining industries, though there may also be opportunities in other areas.

Objectives of Plant Operator Earthmoving Machines

This Plant Operator - Earthmoving course will teach you how to drive and operate heavy machinery used to level, excavate, load and move earth, rock and other material.

You will learn how to ensure that the equipment you use for earth moving is in working order, and manipulate the controls to direct and manoeuvre equipment.

This earthmoving course will teach you how to select or change attachments for particular jobs, smooth and compact dirt and rubble, and clean and repair the equipment.

Entry requirements for Plant Operator Earthmoving Machines

  • Must be 18 years and above.
  • Be in possession of a driver’s license with 2 photocopies.

Colleges offering Plant Operator Earthmoving Machines

Plant Operator Earthmoving Machines

Sensei Institute of Technology
Nakuru County

Plant Operator Earthmoving Machines

Kilimambogo Highways Building Technology Institute
Kiambu County

Plant Operator Earthmoving Machines

Lake Naivasha Institute
Kiambu County

Plant Operator Earthmoving Machines

Petanns Driving School and Computer College
Kiambu County