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    I have a 25 yr old apprentice. We took apart a CVHF1280. It was all over the floor. I told him now you put it back together. Hes on his second one now. Next is a 126 McQuay then a cvhb1550. He is getting with the program, great rigger. JMHO
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    An example...we have a guy that is in his mid-late 20's. He's done probably 15-20 tear downs, both on top of the machine and on the floor. Is he ready to lead one yet? Maybe, maybe not. He still misses things and has questions. He's close but still not fully competent. Nothing can replace doing them in all kinds of rigging situations and encountering all the problems that can occur. It's the tricks that you can't learn any other way.
    To much work with too little time!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by absrbrtek View Post
    I have a 25 yr old apprentice. We took apart a CVHF1280. It was all over the floor. I told him now you put it back together. Hes on his second one now. Next is a 126 McQuay then a cvhb1550. He is getting with the program, great rigger. JMHO
    I suspect he has a good teacher/mentor!

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    Quote Originally Posted by absrbrtek View Post
    I have a 25 yr old apprentice. We took apart a CVHF1280. It was all over the floor. I told him now you put it back together. Hes on his second one now. Next is a 126 McQuay then a cvhb1550. He is getting with the program, great rigger. JMHO
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