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This course is designed for participants to obtain the necessary skills to operate a Vehicle Loading Crane with a capacity of 10 metre tonnes or more, mounted on a vehicle for the principle purpose of loading and unloading such a vehicle.
Acquired skills will include the application of load estimation and slinging techniques to move a load, as prescribed by the National Standard for Licensing Persons Performing High Risk Work.
5 Days (4 days for training and 1 day for WorkCover Assessment)
Individuals who would like to gain employment operating a Vehicle Loading Crane in the civil, construction, infrastructure or resources industries.
Preference that all participants enrolled in our Sydney program already have their Dogging Licence (DG) as the knowledge is significantly helpful when obtaining your CV crane training and licence but it is not mandatory.
Minimum age 18 years
Basic ability in mathematics for formulas and load chart calculations
Good command of the English Language
Must have necessary health and fitness to carry out duties safely
The assessment is conducted using a combination of realistic workplace tasks including calculations of loads and determination of lifting equipment, knowledge tests and practical observations.
Calculate safe working loads
Inspect equipment & identify faulty items
Set up and operation of crane
Correctly care for & store lifting equipment
Inspect crane component parts including sheaves, ropes, drums, hooks and anchorage
Assess load mass
Conduct pre-operational checks
Demonstrate all signals (hand and whistle) and use of walkie talkie / 2 way radio
Use of crane charts
Upon successful completion, participants will be:
Awarded with a Statement of Attainment for TLILIC0012A – Licence to Operate a Vehicle Loading Crane and eligible to apply to WorkCover for their (CV) Vehicle Loading Crane Licence. This is a National High Risk Work (HRW) Licence. The application must be made within sixty (60) days at a Post Office. You will be required to provide one hundred (100) points of identification (ID) plus a passport sized photo with your application.
Wear steel cap boots, a hard hat, safety glasses, long pants and hi visibility shirt/vest. You will also need wet weather gear if required.
For information about Train Me RTO fees and refund policy, complaints and appeals process, please read the Participant Handbook prior to completing enrolment forms.
All participants must have a USI number to enrol in training. If you do not yet have one, please visit this website http://www.usi.gov.au to create one. Click “Create USI”
Please call (02) 9733 3600 for more information.
This course requires good English language / literacy. If you believe you may have some challenges with the English language or literacy, please contact us on 1300 522 229 and we will assess, to the best of our ability, whether you have the appropriate level to take the course. This assessment will include a phone interview and if required, a visit to our Head Office in Ingleburn to complete a Language and Literacy written assessment. Based on the outcome of this assessment we will advise if you can continue to enrol in this course or pathway you to a local TAFE or Community College to enrol into an appropriate course to improve your English language / literacy.
$1,200 per student (for group bookings discounts available)
Minimum age 18 years
Assessment is a combination of written questions/answers and practical demonstrations.
Tuesday 2nd May, 2017 – Monday 8th May, 2017 | Tuesday 9th May, 2017 – Monday 15th May, 2017 | Monday – Friday 27th March, 2017 – 31st March, 2017