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All our professional training and assessment courses meet Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) regulations as well as Safe Work NSW Training Requirements. As a Registered Training Organisation (RTO 45080), you can be assured of high-quality training and assessment by our experienced and qualified assessors. All our licensed assessors hold current qualifications and keep up to date with new work practices.
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Forklift, Dogging, Mobile Cranes & Safety at Heights Training, Licenses & Certification NSW
Below is our current list of professional Certificate in training and assessment Australia. Please contact us for more details about each unit of competency if you have any questions. If you do not see your chosen course listed here, we can direct you to a provider who can help you.
|Unit of competency||Title||Extent||NSW||VIC||QLD||SA||WA||TAS||NT||ACT||INTL|
|CPCCLDG3001A - Licence to perform dogging||Licence to perform dogging||Deliver and assess|
|RIIWHS204D - Work safely at heights||Work safely at heights||Deliver and assess|
|TLILIC0003 - Licence to operate a forklift truck||Licence to operate a forklift truck||Deliver and assess|
|TLILIC0005 - Licence to operate a boom-type elevating work platform (boom length 11 metres or more)||Licence to operate a boom-type elevating work platform (boom length 11 metres or more)||Deliver and assess|
|TLILIC0010 - Licence to operate a slewing mobile crane (up to 20 tonnes)||Licence to operate a slewing mobile crane (up to 20 tonnes)||Deliver and assess|
|TLILIC0013 - Licence to operate a slewing mobile crane (up to 60 tonnes)||Licence to operate a slewing mobile crane (up to 60 tonnes)||Deliver and assess|
|TLILIC0014 - Licence to operate a slewing mobile crane (up to 100 tonnes)||Licence to operate a slewing mobile crane (up to 100 tonnes)||Deliver and assess|
|TLILIC0015 - Licence to operate a slewing mobile crane (over 100 tonnes)||Licence to operate a slewing mobile crane (over 100 tonnes)||Deliver and assess|
Non Accredited Courses
Verification of Competency: issued on all licences including Heavy equipment training in Australia.
Telescopic Material Handler (Gold Card): includes forks, jib, bucket and the man basket.
With the jib, the machine can lift up to 3000 kg so the operator does not have to have High Risk Work Licences (HRW) and a Gold Card is issued.
If the machine can lift over 3000 kg using a jib, the operator must have a minimum of a non slew crane licence (CN). This is only for the jib sector. The Gold Card can still be issued using the forks or bucket or man basket if is not more than 11 metres.
With the Telehandler, if it has a man basket on the machine and it is 11m and over, the operator must have a HRW licence with WP on it and some sites will ask for a Gold Card and Yellow Card.
Yellow Card: for boom type or trailer mount elevated work platforms or trailers under 11 metres, scissor lifts and vertical lifts.
Statement of Attainment: can be issued with the Gold and Yellow Cards. On the completion of a course, all competence base courses will be issued a statement of attainment. This is entered into the Student USI within 30 days, after which the student can access their online record of their achievements.
Note that courses may vary in training length due to company timetables.
We can tailor make a High Risk Work Licences Training and Assessments package to suit your company’s individual needs. A qualified professional training and accredited SafeWork assessor will be provided since the law states that the same person cannot conduct both training and assessing.
SafeWork Assessment Criteria
- You must be 18 years of age.
- All critical questions must be answered correctly and at least 75 percent of non-critical questions must be correct for competency to be achieved.
- You must have access to a machine to perform the performance assessment.
- You must be using a logbook or have a record of training. This is a pre-requisite for all trainees. The assessment will not take place if this is not provided.
- 100 points of identification must be provided on the day of assessment to complete the SafeWork application form.
- We can provide oral assessments for persons with reading and writing difficulties. The assessor will ask the questions and record your responses. This is quite common and there is no need to be embarrassed. You will need to make the assessor aware of this in advance as it must be added to the SafeWork notification.
- You cannot undertake an assessment using an interpreter.
- Each written assessment has a time limit, generally 1 ½ to two hours. This will be indicated in the particular assessment instrument.
- If calculators are required to answer questions within the assessment, they will be provided by the assessor on the day.
- Once you have finished the written assessment, it will be marked before you. If the answers are incomplete, you may be asked to give further information. The assessor will record your response on the test paper.
- If found “competent” by the assessor, you will be issued with an interim ticket/licence for that qualification. You then have 60 days to present this to the post office with the same 100 points of I.D. A passport-size photograph of yourself can be taken at most post offices. SafeWork will then send you your licence in the mail. If this is not done within the 60 days, the qualification is null and void and you will need to be re-assessed.
- If found “not yet competent” (NYC) you will have to wait 48hrs before you can be re-assessed. You will only have to re-sit the section you were found NYC.
- You have the right to contact SafeWork if you are not satisfied with the assessment process and want to have the decision reviewed by SafeWork. Their phone number is 13 10 50.
- All documents must be originals. Photocopies and certified copies will not be accepted. Within the 100 points, you must be able to show your current address, date of birth, signature and one must be a photo I.D. Only one primary document (70 points) will be accepted.
tlilic0003 – Licence to Operate a Forklift Truck
This unit specifies the skills and knowledge required to operate a forklift truck safely in accordance with all relevant legislative requirements. The course enables a person operating a forklift truck to plan, prepare and perform for the work/task and pack up. Successful completion of this course allows you to apply for a High Risk Work Licence (HRWL) for a forklift (LF class). “LF” class licences permit you to legally operate a counterbalance forklift, a high reach forklift, or a reach truck in all states of Australia.
cpccldg3001a – Licence to Perform Dogging
This unit specifies the outcomes required to perform slinging techniques, including the selection and inspection of lifting gear and directing the crane operator in the movement of the load when the load is out of view of the crane/operator. Successful completion of this course allows you to apply for a High-Risk Work Licence (HRWL) which will allow you to work in crane operator roles that involve (for example) selecting the lifting gear and estimating load weight.
tlilic3008 – Licence to Operate a Slewing Mobile Crane (up to 20 tonnes) &
tlilic4009 – Licence to Operate a Slewing Mobile Crane (up to 60 tonnes)
These units specify the skills and knowledge required to safely operate a slewing mobile crane with a capacity up to 20 or 60 tonnes. A slewing mobile crane means a mobile crane incorporating a boom or jib that can be slewed, but does not include front-end loaders, backhoes, excavators orother moving equipment when configured for crane operation.
The tlilic3008 – Licence to Operate a Slewing Mobile Crane (up to 20 tonnes) and tlilic4009 – Licence to Operate a Slewing Mobile Crane (up to 60 tonnes) units apply to the activities of a person operating slewing mobile cranes with a capacity up to 20 tonnes (or 60 tonnes) that is a:
- non-slewing mobile crane with a capacity exceeding 3 tonnes
- reach stacker
- slewing mobile crane with a capacity of 20 tonnes (or 60 tonnes) or less
- vehicle loading crane with a capacity of 10 metre tonnes or more, excluding the application of load estimation and slinging techniques to move a load.
Successful completion of this course allows you to apply for a High-Risk Work Licence (HRWL) which will allow you to work in slewing mobile crane operator roles that involve planing of work, conducting routine checks, setting up the crane, transferring loads, mobile loads and shutting down and securing the crane after operation.
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