Fundamentals of Rigging Engineering (Complete Program)

Industrial Training International, Inc.


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This is for the complete Fundamentals of Rigging Engineering course. 


  • Engineering Principles for Rigging & Load Handling (RE-110)
  • Crane & Derrick Engineering, Installation, & Planning (RE-120)
  • Rigging, & Load Handling Equipment Engineering & Applications (RE-130)
  • Alternative Load Handling Equipment Engineering & Applications (RE-140)
  • Lift Planning Procedure, Considerations & Execution (RE-150)
  • Specialized Transport Planning & Engineering Considerations (RE-160)
  • Standards & Regulations for Load Handling Equipment (RE-170)



Program Certificate & Accreditation

The Program is accredited by LEEA and approved by ASME for Continuing Education Units (CEUs) in compliance with the IACET Standard. A Program Certificate will be awarded to students who complete all Program Requirements.

 Program Requirements

To complete the Program Requirements a student must successfully complete the seven courses. Courses are available separately, and may be taken individually.


The above seven courses (RE-110 through RE-170), are online, and on-demand, delivered through a robust learning management system that showcases lecture recordings, assignments, quizzes and exams.  All Program Requirements offered here can be achieved online.  (Books and materials are included in the cost of the program. Import duties, taxes and charges are not included in the item price or shipping charges. Those charges and fees are the buyer's responsibility.) All books and most provided reference materials are physical materials that are sourced and shipped from ITI's bookstore. These are not available via electronic copy. 

Who Should take the Program?

The Program is designed for lift planners, crane and rigging managers, and other non-engineers who conduct lift planning activities. Additionally, the Program is designed for engineers needing formal training for heavy crane, rigging and lifting activities.

Access Policy

This course is available online & on-demand for 1 year.  Please review our Online Course Access Policy.