Each course is designed for beginners, however for experienced operators or ex licence holders, however assessors understand your previous experience and relate the course to understanding what is required under the state law for obtaining your licence again. New rules and regulations from Workplace Health and Safety have stated the assessor must follow these new guidelines.
Course requires students to sit 3 days of theory in the classroom and 1 day for the practical component of the course. You are required on the fifth day for your assessment.
Theory And Calculations
Legislation | planning | calculations and reading load charts | correct safe operating procedures | hazard identification and implementation of controls to reduce the risk of injury | pre start of machine (identifying crane parts to service) | shutdown of machine (understanding correct procedures) and knowledge of site clean ups and road legislation.
Physical pre start of machine | crane setup | reading load charts and crane computers | lifting gear storage | hazard identification and implementation of controls to minimize the risk of injury | lifting operations – lifting of various loads at various radius | shutdown and recording details in the service logbook and operating hours | Correct procedures to pack up your crane.
Language, Literacy and Numeracy
Under the legislation, we are able to provide you two options.
The first option; the student can effectively communicate both verbally and written and is able to competently read and write while under instruction throughout the course unassisted.
The second option requires direct assistance for the student, where writing is somewhat difficult. Therefore in regards to written assessments we are able to conduct a one-on-one verbal assessment with the student.
This process involves the assessor verbally asking the assessment questions in a one on one scenario.
Written assessments in English only and provisions from the Australian Government at this stage does not extend to translating devices.
This is also not a spelling test.
Accredited Trainers and Assessors must by law notify via an online written notification system for each assessment to be conducted to Workplace Health and Safety QLD or known as Work Cover in NSW.
QLD: 3 business days
NSW: 2 business days
Weekends and public holidays excluded.
May be suited to people who seek employment without labour intensive work.
Must be 18 years of age or older.
Nil qualifications required to undertake this course
Crane assessment consists of 3 part exam:
Calculations using charts
Practical exercises of setting up your crane, reading the cranes computer / charts and slew loads from one point to another under the guidance of the dogman
Statement of Attainment (SOA) from RTO (commonly known as a completion certificate)
Black and White photographic licence from WHSQ. Each person must apply to QGov after successful completion of your course. Your assessor will provide you information and documentation how to apply online. or please refer to this link
Recognition of Prior Learning is usually associated with other qualifications with numerous units in the course to be completed and where the student has completed elsewhere the required units and pays a fee to credit transfer. However this is course is unavailable to RPL due to the nature of the assessment rules and regulations in High Risk Work licensing.
Companies involved in Construction & Mining
Examples of industries
Crane hire companies
Welders / steel industries
Ports and Cargo Ships
Operate under your licence class any slew crane up to 20 tonnes in Australia.
Verification of Competency VOC
There are two pathways to perform a VOC and the term is usually associated with a certificate or ticket you already obtain, hence the name “verification”. However, the term also refers to the mining sector not just civil construction. The mining ACT allows mining companies to provide a formal method of determining ones competency in-house. Even in High Risk Work without a nationally recognised licence. (This is also evident in the armed forces)
They will either conduct their own VOC by their own workplace trainers or externally source trainers from companies such as ourselves. The downside for the worker is without having a nationally recognised licence when employment ceases you can no longer use the certificate to operate outside the mine site.
In recent years, employment agencies require (before issuing your mine site employment contract) formal training prior and be able to provide evidence of your licence.
Please enroll with our RTO training partner. Enrollment forms can be located in the news and media section or the link above the photo on this course page, thank you.
Student Personnel Requirements for Training
When training with us, legislation requires ALL assessors to formally identify a student on enrolment.
Could you please bring to class
At least 3 forms of ID. Examples are Drivers Licence, 18+ card, birth certificate, passport, medicare card, shooters licence, etc
Your Unique Student Identification number (USI) See video here for further information with this link
Lunch is not provided. Please bring enough food and water for the day.
What to Wear
Classroom: PPE not required (unless on site)
Practical: * Wear basic PPE, items as a Hi Vis shirt or vest, safety boots – composite cap or steel cap, safety sunglasses, shorts and short sleeve are permitted. Socks must be worn.with safety boots
Investment to Pathway
Please contact us for pricing.
Group discount of more than 4 people is available for this course. Please contact us with your inquiry.
5 days Training and assessment
Access to crane
AS1 – Assessment Summary Form (on course completion) This is your sign off form from the accredited assessor.
Statement of Attainment (SOA) from RTO (on course completion)
Face to Face in classroom / practical operation under supervision performing a variety of tasks.
If you require HRW Training to be in direct contact with you for a course time and date or seeking a course to be tailored and customised for your staff needs, we are flexible and maybe be able to offer a solution. Please don’t hesitate to contact Tony on 0411 51 41 51 or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org we will be only to happy to assist you.