Level 6/7: Certification
WreckMaster’s Level 6/7 Heavy Duty Applications certification is proof that an operator can safely and efficiently manage the most complicated scenarios, recover the heaviest casualties and impress the most demanding teams on-scene.
Details: The exam, which is entirely online, is “proctored,” meaning we’ll be able to verify the identity of the person who took the exam and that they came by their answers honestly. This verification makes WreckMaster’s certification the highest standard in the industry, inspiring confidence in employers, auto clubs, towing associations and those who issue towing contracts. Those who pass the certification exam are mailed an official WreckMaster photo ID card. They can also immediately print their certification certificate. WreckMaster certification is valid for three years.
Who should take it: Level 6/7 Heavy Duty Applications certification is an excellent choice for experienced operators who want to prove their knowledge and skills when faced with the most demanding towing and recovery scenarios. Tow company owners with team members who are Level 6/7 Heavy Duty Applications certified can feel confident that their operators can manage any incident safely, efficiently and correctly. These owners will also have a leg up on the competition when it comes to high profile towing contracts, as well as proof they’ve taken steps to reduce their risk and increase customer satisfaction (which may be reflected in reduced insurance rates).
Format: This is a proctored online exam, which means the test-taker’s identity will be confirmed and the test will be monitored to ensure that no help is received to answer questions (e.g. by asking a co-worker or searching the internet).
- Desktop computer
- Windows Vista (PC users) or OS X 10.5 (Mac users)
- Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox or Safari
- Adobe Flash
Time limit: 60 minutes
Get started: After the online exam has been purchased and the order has been processed, the person taking the exam will receive an email with instructions and a link to get started.
Have questions about proctoring? Watch the video below to learn more: