June 2020 Vol. 75 No. 6


Ditch Witch

With the introduction of four new modules, more underground construction and outdoor professionals from around the globe can take advantage of Ditch Witch Certified Training. 

The new modules include training for stand-on skid steers, walk-behind trenchers, ride-on trenchers and the Roto Witch Drilling Attachment.

“As job sites get tighter and tighter, and new operators enter the workforce, it’s important that everyone has the training for safe and proper equipment operation,” said Brian Grim, Ditch Witch product training and development manager. “No matter your role – machine owner, project engineer, operator or installation crew member – understanding the equipment is very important to maintaining a safe job site.”

Ditch Witch training modules are designed to benefit operators at all levels – from novice to experienced. They run 30 minutes to several hours in length, depending on the product, and provide testing to ensure trainees retain the information.

Delivered both online and in-person, this training is also as convenient and effective as possible. Online training modules are available at no cost by visiting ditchwitch.com and registering for a free “MyDitchWitch” account. In-person training is available at any global Ditch Witch dealer.

“Keeping our customers safe and productive is job number one for us at Ditch Witch,” Grim added. “These training modules allow us to provide operator and safety training to our customers anywhere in the world, at any time of the day.”

Ditch Witch invented the underground utility construction industry, and today it designs, manufactures and markets the most complete line of directional drills, drill pipe, HDD tooling, vacuum excavators, trenchers, chain, teeth and sprockets, mini skid steers and vibratory plows. Handcrafted in the USA, products are supported by the more than 175-location Ditch Witch dealer network, worldwide.


Ditch Witch, (580) 336-4402, ditchwitch.com

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