The Massachusetts HE 3A license covers: Air & Electric Powered Cranes.
This is a self-paced course, which allows you to complete the material at your leisure! State-approved by the MA Department of Public Safety to meet all continuing education requirements; completion of this course results in immediate access to your certificate, which may be printed or submitted electronically to the state.
Check out a complete list of the course details and benefits below. If you are renewing multiple grades, course duration will automatically adjust to comply with new state continuing education requirements (details below).
Our customers also have the opportunity to enjoy Electronic Renewal Submission and Discounted D.O.T. Medical Cards, options not offered by any other provider. Learn about these benefits and more below.
Course Details & Benefits:
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When it comes to MA Hoisting Continuing Education, you certainly have plenty of options with several fly-by-night providers who don’t even offer a phone number. That can get very frustrating when you require simple technical support. At-Leisure was the very first company in MA to offer online continuing education for hoisting engineers, and promises the best experience possible to our customers. There is a reason we are the Preferred Vendor of the American Rental Association of Massachusetts.
Submitting your renewal through the states web site is complex. Go ahead and try it for yourself… we’ll wait. So we developed our own user-friendly system that does the thinking for you. We are proud to say, we are the only MA Hoisting Continuing Education provider to offer this benefit to customers.
To learn more about how our Electronic Renewal Submission system works, click here.
MA Hoisting License holders are required to hold a current D.O.T. Medical Card; a service which many physicians charge between $125 - $150. We've teamed up with several physicians across the state to offer this service for only $65; a service only being offered through "At-Leisure"! Scheduled on our site, choose between several convenient locations across the state of MA.
This offer never expires; so even if you are not due to renew your DOT Medical Card any time soon, you will still be able to take advantage when the time comes, just for being our customer. To learn more about this benefit, click here.
Upon completion of the course, your certificate is immediately available for download. Your certificate will be presented to you in format electronically accepted by the state, or you may print it.
Alternatively, you may elect to have your renewal submitted electronically through our system. Learn more about our Electronic Renewal Submission benefit here.
Some continuing education providers require you to pass a test at the end of the course - we do not. So relax! You're about to embark on the easiest course experience possible.
Our website was built on one foundation: ease of use! We didn't integrate a random course player from a 3rd-party. Instead, our software is custom built to offer you the best user experience possible. To catch a glimpse of our course player, and learn about its benefits, click here.
We didn't take the cheap route; we paid for a professional reader in a studio to provide you with optional audio narration. No computer voice. No echo. Just a soft, pleasant voice to read to you, if you choose.
Don't have time to finish your course(s) in one sitting? Don't worry about it. Our "bookmark" feature will automatically save your progress down to the exact location - so all you have to do is click "resume" when you're ready to continue on.
Access your account and complete your course(s) from any Internet-enabled device, any time, any place.
Some of our competitors only grant you 30 days access to your course. When you enroll in our continuing education courses, you gain more than enough time to complete your course (4 months, to be exact). However, should you need more time, we'll make it happen! Our world-class customer support team is standing by to ensure your experience is as positive as it can be.
Renewing your hoisting license can sneak up on you, leaving you to rush to complete your continuing education at the last minute. We have a solution for you; our license management tools! Free with your account, simply add your license expiration date, and choose when you want to be notified. Our system will automatically notify you that your license is coming due for renewal. Choose between email and/or text notification.
You don't need to be a computer expert to use our platform. Our entire site was built with the comprehension that "ease of use" is rule number one. Still, you may decide you want some help, and we are a quick phone call away. We receive a LOT of positive feedback for our customer support, so rest assured, you're in good hands.
Courses are not timestamped. Try us out, and if you are not satisfied with the experience, you will receive a full refund as long as you have not completed the course!
Recent changes to Massachusetts Hoisting Continuing Education requirements were announced November 2016. Now, continuing education requires:
- regulatory training (law) to be completed once
- equipment specific training to be completed for each grade of license
The following grades require 2-hours of regulatory training (law) and 2-hours of equipment specific:
- 1A, 1B, 1C, 2A, 2B, 2C, 2D, 3A
The following grades require 1-hours of regulatory training (law) and 1-hours of equipment specific:
- 1D, 4B, 4C, 4D, 4E, 4F, 4G
For example, if you hold a 2A, 4G license, you will need to complete 5 hours of continuing education:
- 2-Hours regulatory training (which covers both 2A and 4G requirement)
- 2-Hours equipment specific for 2A
- 1-Hours equipment specific for 4G
Your continuing education credits may be completed at any time. The only restriction is when you are allowed to submit your certificate of completion to the state for renewal. About 30-45 days prior to your license expiration date, the state will send you a renewal form. At this time, you may submit your continuing education certificate to the state for renewal.
- If you have misplaced your renewal form, or you are within the 30 day window and have not received it from the state, you may request a new one here.
- If your license has expired, you have a year grace period in which you may renew your license without penalty. In this time, your license is considered expired and cannot be used until renewed. After the year grace period, you will need to retake the state exam to get your license back.
- There are two ways to submit to the state; electronically or via standard mail. Your renewal form will have instructions on how to do both.
The Massachusetts Department of Public Safety - Hours of Operation: (Mon-Fri / 8:45am-5:00pm):
- Call (508) 820-1444 to report all hoisting-related accidents.
- All other Mass DPS calls: (617) 727-3200.