Various locations around the state!
May 3, 2022 — June 1, 2022
Registration/check-in begins at 8:00 am
Workshop begins at 8:30 am
6 Credit Hours
Motor Grader Operator (MoGO) training is a one or two day program led by experienced operators who teach others efficient and safe operating practices.
Classroom session. The session which includes Instruction and presentations, primarily focuses on blading techniques for different tasks, snow removal, roadway/roadside cross section elements, safety, and equipment. Participants are often from several cities or counties, which promotes discussion and exchange of ideas and techniques.
Optional field session. For 2022 there will be an opportunity for new operators to work one on one with an instructor in Ames. More information is provided in the adjacent registration panel.
Who should attend?
This training is designed for motor grader operators and their supervisors.
New operators find the training helpful, and experienced operators say it is a good refresher course. Supervisors learn about new developments and operating techniques.
Course participants should be familiar with basic equipment operations prior to attending.
Each MoGO program is taught by a team of two instructors who have had extensive on the job experience operating motor graders. During the classroom portion of the program, the instructors answer questions, promote group discussion, and share their own expertise.
For More Information
If you have questions about workshop content, contact Paul Albritton, Technical Training Coordinator, 515-294-1231, firstname.lastname@example.org