Lift Plan Course

Training and development of riggers


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About the course

With the increase in demand for cargo lifting services and, consequently, for specialized labor for related activities, it is necessary to train professionals capable of effectively planning and executing these operations.

Otherwise, the risk of problems and accidents in operations is considerably increased, almost always with high material and human damages.

1 – Who is it for?

All those directly or indirectly involved in lifting and handling operations with telescopic land cranes: operational managers, Engineers, Technicians, Crane Operators, Supervisors and Engineers, and Occupational Safety Technicians.

2 – Teacher

Leonardo Roncetti, Civil Engineer, has more than 24 years of experience designing maritime structures and works.

  • Ph.D. student in offshore lifting engineering at COPPE-UFRJ;
  • Master in offshore engineering with emphasis on lifting from COPPE-UFRJ;
  • Postgraduate in recovery and reinforcement of structures;
  • Researcher in the area of ​​lifting and assembly onshore, offshore and subsea;
  • Member of ABNT’s CB-50 committee for lifting and ocean structures;
  • Director of the company TechCon Engenharia e Consultoria, developing projects for onshore, offshore, and submarine launch lifts;
  • Software developer of crane operations simulation in 3D environment.

3 – Course Differentials

  • Instructor with +22 years of engineering;
  • Practical experience with hundreds of developed projects applied to the course;
  • Based on updated national and international standards;
  • 100% positive assessment of students;
  • Excellent quality digital teaching material;
  • Direct and practical content, revised and updated based on student feedback;
  • Personalized mentorship;
  • It was attested by hundreds of companies that have already trained their employees.

4 – Advantages of the Distance Learning Course

  • Lowest price to pay per enrolled student;
  • Flexible hours, being available 24 hours a day, for 60 days;
  • The student can review the content and ask questions and apply the content in their daily work;
  • Less fatigue and better content learning;
  • Lower risk and lower cost due to the absence of student or instructor travel;
  • Monitoring of students by WhatsApp, email and phone;
  • Clarification of student doubts for 30 days after the course.

5 – Purpose

Teach the student all the stages of preparing a rigging plan with 01 telescopic cranes operating on land, as well as peripheral activities for the safe design and planning of the lifting, enabling him to carry out, regarding the rigging plan:


  • Reading
  • elaboration
  • Hiring
  • Receipt
  • Oversight


6 – Content Summary

  • Definitions, standards and bibliographic references;
  • Units of measurement;
  • Rigger Roles and Responsibilities;
  • Types of cranes;
  • Parts and components of telescopic cranes;
  • Fundamental concepts of lashing and lifting loads;
  • Determination of weight and center of gravity;
  • Steel cables for slings: types, characteristics and specifications;
  • Accessories for slings;
  • Steel cable slings: design for the most used cases;
  • Strap slings: dimensioning and use;
  • rocker arms;
  • Specification and correct use of accessories;
  • Sizing the block and cable routing;
  • Planning close to electrical networks;
  • Use of crane load tables;
  • Load composition for lifting;
  • Planning crane support on the ground, close to walls and slopes;
  • Calculation of the force transmitted to the ground by the outriggers;
  • Guidance on soil studies;
  • Wind effect on crane and load;
  • Crane configuration;
  • Lifting planning with 1 telescopic crane;
  • Detailed Rigging Plan;
  • Check list for the Rigging Plan;
  • Check list for the Rigging Plan calculation memory;
  • Technological innovations for the elaboration of lifting projects;
  • Application exercises and complementary exercises;
  • Analysis of lifting accidents;


The student will learn all the calculations necessary to develop the following rigging plan:


Watch the lifting simulation taught in the course:

Download the supplementary exercises on lifting slings, which the student learns to design in the course (click on the picture):

7 – The EAD modality

The EAD RIGGING PLAN COURSE is carried out completely at a distance, and can be started at any time after registration, with a period of up to 60 days for completion, counted from the date of registration. During the registration period, our team of tutors will be available to the student to clarify any doubts regarding the understanding and application of the Course content.

8 – General information


The Online EAD course is carried out completely at a distance, and can be started at any time after registration. The course is watched in Videoclasses, via streaming, on our EAD platform.

Duration and Term of Study

Course duration – minimum study time: 40 hours – 24 hours of classes, exercises and guided study.

Study period: the student will have a period of up to 60 days to complete the course, counted from the date of enrollment.


Due to the lack of literature on the subject, an extensive digital teaching material was developed, whose main purpose is to be reference material during and after the course.


During the period of validity of the registration and up to 60 days after, the Professor and his team of tutors will be available to the students to clarify any doubts regarding the course content.


Upon completion of the course the student will receive the 24-hour certificate. After the delivery of the exercises and complementary works, the student will receive the 40-hour certificate. They will have a digital signature, with legal value in the national territory.

9 – Step-by-step access

Step 1 – Registration:

The student will register directly on this page by clicking on the “BUY NOW” button on the side.

2nd Step – Beginning of the Course:

After registering, the student receives an e-mail requesting confirmation of his/her data and informing him/her of the temporary password. You will then receive a new email releasing your access to the course.

3rd Step – Access to didactic material:

When starting the course, the student will be able to download the didactic material that will be available in the first class and in the last module.

Step 4 – Deadline Closing:

The student will have up to 60 days to complete the Course, counted from the date of enrollment.

Each class can be accessed as many times as the student wants.

5th Step – Certificate

Upon completion of the course, the student will receive a certificate.


SPECIAL VALUE IN THE PERIOD OF THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC: from BRL 1,850.00 to BRL 1,460.00 per registration.

  • PAY ON TIME: Pay in up to 12 installments with a credit card. See the value of the installments in the table below.

  • PAY CASH: pay in cash with PIX or TED – bank transfer. Sign up and wait for a response within 24 business hours. If you do not receive a response, please contact us.

DISCOUNT FOR FORMER STUDENTS: 50%. Ask for your Discount Coupon.


Didactic material exclusively in electronic media, in color, abundantly illustrated, of high visual and didactic quality, for use during and after the course.

Digital certificate issued by TechCon Engenharia, in Portuguese or English, electronically signed by the instructor.

Support during and after the course (60 days), via email or WhatsApp, to answer questions about the understanding and application of the course content.

11 – Registrations

SPECIAL VALUE IN THE PERIOD OF THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC: from BRL 1,850.00 to BRL 1,460.00 per registration.


Program content

  1. Presentation of the course – The Professor
  2. Course presentation – What the Professor does
  3. Class 1 – Students’ expectations
  4. Class 2 – Accidents and operations planning
  5. Class 3 – Definition
  6. Class 4 – Lifting Professionals
  7. Lesson 5 – Units of measurement
  8. Class 6 – Units of measurement – Exercises 1 and 2
  9. Lesson 7 – Laws, technical standards and other legal references
  10. Lesson 8 – Rigger Assignments
  1. Class 9 – Types of cranes
  2. Class 10 – Crane parts and components
  3. Class 11 – Mooring for lifting
  4. Class 12 – Load weight and center of gravity
  5. Class 13 – Weight and center of gravity for weighing
  6. Class 14 – Slings, integrity and center of gravity 7.
  7. Class 15 – Lifting Slings 8
  8. Class 16 – Lifting Slings – Part 2 9.
  9. Class 17 – Shackles
  10. Class 18 – Load Rings
  11. Class 19 – Sizing of wire rope slings
  12. Class 20 – Sizing of textile strap slings
  13. Class 21 – Rocker
  14. Class 22 – Specification and use of accessories
  15. Class 23 – Sizing of the block and cable legs
  1. Class 24 – Exercise 3 – Sling Sizing
  2. Class 25 – Exercise 4 – Block
  3. Class 26 – Planning close to electrical networks
  4. Class 27 – Crane Load Table
  5. Class 28 – Composition of the hoisted load – Exercise 5
  6. Class 29 – Exercise 6 – Load Table
  7. Class 30 – Crane overturning
  8. Class 31 – Exercise 7 – Patola Force on the ground
  9. Class 32 – Study of the soil and special pathologies
  10. Class 33 – Wind Influence and Exercise 8
  11. Class 34 – Big Blue – Accident caused by wind
  12. Class 35 – Rigging Plan 13. Lesson 36 – Field Survey
  13. Class 37 – Advanced Course 15. Class 38 – Final Considerations
  1. Liebherr LTM 1090/2 Crane Catalog
  2. 3D Rigging Plan
  3. 2D Rigging Plane
  4. Presentation of the Field Surve
  5. Portfolio of Lifting Projects – TechCon Engenharia
  6. 6. Metallic Structures Project Portfolio – TechCon Engenharia
  • Vol. 1 – Solved Course Exercises
  • Vol. 2 – Complementary Exercises – Lifting Slings
  • Complementary Exercise 4 – Resolution
R$ 1460,00

or from R$ 154,64/mo. for 12mo.