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Course Details

Schedules
NameDatesLocationPlaces
Intermediate Rigging08 Mar 2021 to 12 Mar 2021 49 Leewood Drive, ORANGE6 Apply
Intermediate Rigging21 Jun 2021 to 25 Jun 2021 49 Leewood Drive, ORANGE6 Apply
Units of Competence
Code Title Hours
CPCCLRG3002A Licence to perform rigging intermediate level 0
Description

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This course applies to those who are required to perform Rigging activities as part of their role.

It is the second of the three different levels of rigging.

DEFINITION - NSW SafeWork
Rigging work means the use of mechanical loadshifting equipment (and associated gear) to move, place or secure a load using plant, equipment or members of a building or structures, to ensure the stability of those members or the setting up or dismantling of cranes or hoists.

Consists of all basic rigging work plus rigging involving:

- cranes, conveyors, dredges and excavators
- tilt slabs
- hoists with jibs and self climbing hoists
- demolition
- dual lifts

But excluding rigging work involving equipment listed below under Advanced rigging.

Payment Plans
Payment Description Payment Up Front
Full course price is $2000. Payment of $1500 required at booking, remainder to be paid upon course start. 1500.00 Yes
Duration

5 Days (4 days training and 1 day SafeWork - HRWL assessment)

Delivery Mode

Classroom and practical activities

Entry Requirements

Pre-requisites
Must have either successfully completed the unit CPCCLRG3001A Licence to perform rigging basic level or hold a valid licence for basic rigging and be able to produce it.

Minimum 18 years of age, physically fit, ability to speak, read & write English.

Please note: This course may require participants to operate heavy equipment for the practical components of Training & Assessments. To ensure a high level of safety during the course, participants may be subjected to random Drug & Alcohol testing. Your acceptance of this is confirmed upon registering as a participant of this course.

Assessment Requirements

100 points of ID (see downloads below)

Materials or Equipment Required

- Learning materials are provided.
- Please bring enclosed footwear, 100 points of ID, hard hat (if owned), weather suitable clothing and Lunch.
- Tea & Coffee Provided.

USI

From 1st January 2015 each student that will be commencing nationally recognised training in Australia is required to have a Unique Student Identifier (USI) to be able to obtain their certificate or qualification from their registered training organisation.
Students are encouraged to create a USI prior to attending any training. To create a USI please head to the following website: https://www.usi.gov.au/

Course details

Please download the Course Brochure from the link in the downloads section below.

Downloads Learner Handbook
Course Brochure
ID requirements- Evidence of Identity
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