Advanced Rigging Licence
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The Advanced Rigging Licence course is suitable for personnel who currently hold an intermediate rigging licence and wish to upgrade their qualification.
Topics covered in this course include:
- Refresher information on all intermediate rigging work.
- Erection of gin poles, swing stage scaffolds, bosuns chairs and guyed structures
- Application of slinging techniques including the selection and inspection of lifting gear.
- Directing of crane or hoist operators in the movement of loads, including when loads are out of sight of the driver.
- Planning work, identifying hazards and controlling risks.
- Meeting WHS and workplace requirements.
- Completing workplace documentation.
- Working safely at heights.
This course may include some or all of the following delivery modes: classroom, online/eLearning, workplace or blended options.
Assessment is conducted using the mandated assessment tool set by the Regulator, which requires reasonable English and numeracy skills.
The course is aligned to the Competency Standards contained within National Training Packages.
To complete this course, you must hold an Intermediate Rigging High Risk Work Licence or equivalent.
Students must be at least 18 years old to obtain this licence.
Assessment activities must all be conducted whilst communicating in English, and interpreters are not allowed to be used. Students require a reasonable command of English and basic numeracy skills to complete the assessment tool for this course. Only minor adjustments for personal or workplace reasons are allowed.
Hearing impaired persons may use sign language to communicate via an interpreter (only when approved by the Regulator).
The course may involve some manual handling, climbing, lifting, carrying, and height work. It must be clearly understood that some disabilities may preclude a student from participating safely, and this may restrict entry to the course. For details and alternatives, please refer to AITAC administrator for advice.
While we will make every effort to cater to the specific needs of students, decisions relating to safety are not subject to negotiation.
This course may involve working in a warehouse, construction or outdoor environment, and performing work in an industrial setting. Students are therefore required to wear suitable Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) during training.
When attending the course, students must bring/wear:
- Fully enclosed shoes or boots (steel-capped safety shoes recommended)
- Drill shirt and pants (full cover – ankle to wrist)
We will provide hi-vis vests, books, pens, tools and other resources needed for the course.
Students who do not have the appropriate PPE will not be permitted to participate in the practical component of the course and may have to be rescheduled at another available time. This may incur additional fees (please refer to the Student Handbook for specific fee details).
Training which takes place in the workplace under supervision may require different or additional PPE dependent upon the site rules and procedures. If this is the case, requirements should be discussed with your employer/supervisor.
The duration of this course is 4 days. Study also includes pre-course learning activities.
The course is delivered at 9 Snyder Crt, Tullamarine VIC, or can be delivered at other suitable workplaces by arrangement.
On successful completion of this course, you will be issued with a nationally recognised Statement of Attainment with the relevant Units of Competency.
You will be able to apply for a nationally recognised High Risk Work Licence from a state regulator. During this process, you will be required to pay an additional government licensing fee of $50 – $100.
The standard price for this course is $1000.00
Student tuition fees as published are subject to change given individual circumstances at enrolment and are inclusive. There are no other fees or charges.
This short course module may include the following Units of Competency, which form part of a full certificate qualification. For more information, or customisation options, please call us on 1800 622 010
CPCCCM1013A Plan and organise work
CPCCCM1015A Carry out measurements and calculations
CPCCCM2010B Work safely at heights
CPCCCM3001C Operate elevated work platforms
CPCCLRG4001A Licence to perform rigging advanced level
CPCCOHS2001A Apply OHS requirements, policies and procedures in the construction industry
RIICCM201D Carry out measurements and calculations
RIIWHS201D Work safely and follow WHS policies and procedures
RIIWHS204D Work safely at heights
TLID3031 Rig load
TLIE2008 Process workplace documentation
TLIE3002 Estimate/calculate mass, area and quantify dimensions
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