Aerial Lift Trainer Certification Course Description

For Trainers, Supervisors, & Foremen

Who need to become OSHA Compliant
Qualified Trainers

Without having to hire Consultants

By using our Online Certification Course

Become the IN-HOUSE TRAINER for Aerial Lift Safety with out 100% OSHA Compliant online program with INDUSTRY EXCLUSIVE free 3-year renewals

Scissor Lift Training

Finally, a SIMPLE AND EASY way to get your Trainer Certification TODAY!

You an finally have PEACE OF MIND knowing that you know how to properly train your team to operate Aerial Lifts!

Our course includes:

Scissor Lift Classifications

Risk Assessment 

OSHA Violations

Record Retention

Work Place Inspection

Ground Conditions

Fall Protection PPE


MEWP, Scissor Lift, & Aerial Lift

Supervisor Trainer Certification

Supervisor certification

Training for your on-site equipment

Only one needed per facility


Note: The completion of the online Trainers Certification is NOT intended for use as an operator safety-training program and does not include any operator training materials, cards or certificates. It is intended to accompany the online operator – training program.


1) How much does it cost to rent an aerial lift?

The average cost to rent a lift varies based on the type of lift, the rental company, and other factors. You may be able to rent an aerial lift at a daily, weekly, or monthly rate. Daily rental rates for aerial lifts usually range from $250 to $450. Weekly rental rates typically fall between $1,000 to $1,500. Monthly rental rates can range from $1,900 to $9,900.

2) How long does it take to learn aerial lift certification?

Our aerial lift certification training program can be completed in as little as one hour. Your workers can access our program materials anywhere an internet connection is available. Once they complete our program, they can print out their aerial lift certification.

3) What does OSHA require to operate an aerial lift?

It is illegal for any untrained operator to use an aerial lift. OSHA mandates any worker who uses an aerial lift to complete aerial lift certification training. In addition, OSHA has aerial lift training program before they use a lift. They must also get recertificated every three years.