Licence To Perform Rigging Intermediate 1RI HRW Licence (CPCCLRG3002A)

Licence perform rigging intermediate

This course is required if you intend to erect precast panels, erect cranes, perform demolition work and performing duel lifts using two or more cranes. It is also the next step if you intend to become a advanced rigger. You continue by learning the techniques of rigging for more critical lifts. You can enrol in this course and obtain professional training delivered by a Registered Training Organisation (RTO 4575) certified by WorkSafe

Our experienced trainers will train you with the skills required to obtain this class of HRW licence including how to erect precast panels, erect cranes, perform demolition work and conduct duel crane lifts. These are the basic skills you will need to know to be able to perform rigging intermediate work in a safe and efficient manner.

We will be using our choice of crane being either a XCMG 25t mobile slewing crane set up on outriggers or our 80t Sumitomo crawler crane. We vary between the two depending on weather conditions and availability

You must hold a HRW Licence to perform rigging basic CPCCLRG3001A (code RB)

Course description Licence To Perform Rigging Intermediate 2

The rigging intermediate course covers the following units:

  • How to plan work
  • Erect a precast panel structure
  • Duel lifts
  • Erect cranes
  • Demolition rigging
  • Tower crane erection
  • Monitor site conditions
  • Understand the correct communication methods between the operator and rigger

The course is conducted over 3 consecutive days

Course Name : Licence to perform rigging intermediate
Course Code: : CPCCLRG3002A – WorkSafe HRW Licence (code RI)
Duration : This course runs for 3 X 8 Hour Days

Licence To Perform Rigging Basic 1RB HRW Licence (CPCCLRG3001A)

Licence perform rigging basic


This course is required if you intend to erect and bolt up steelwork in the workplace, it is also the next step if you intend to become a intermediate rigger. You continue by learning the basics of rigging and how to erect steel and structures. You can enrol in this course and obtain professional training delivered by a Registered Training Organisation (RTO 4575) certified by WorkSafe

Our experienced trainers will train you with the skills required to obtain this class of HRW licence including how to erect steel and other structures and how to select the required tools and how to work safely at heights using a harness and lanyard system. You also learn how to erect a static line, install a safety net and how to install a cantilevered crane loading platform and secure it safely into a building and much more. These are the basic skills you will need to know to be able to perform rigging basic work in a safe and efficient manner.

We will be using our choice of crane being either a XCMG 25t mobile slewing crane set up on outriggers or our 80t Sumitomo crawler crane. We vary between the two depending on weather conditions and availability

Course description Licence To Perform Rigging Basic 2

The rigging basic course covers the following units:

  • How to plan work
  • Erect a steel structure
  • Work safely at heights
  • Set up a static line
  • Install a safety net
  • Install and remove a shutter/screen
  • Monitor site conditions
  • Understand the correct communication methods between the operator and rigger
Course Name : Licence to perform rigging basic
Course Code: : CPCCLRG3001A – WorkSafe HRW Licence (code RB)
Duration : This course runs for 3 X 8 Hour Days

 

Licence To Perform Rigging Advanced 1RA HRW Licence (CPCCLRG4001A)

Licence perform rigging advanced

This course is required if you intend to set up/use gin poles, shear legs, flying foxes, cable ways, guide derricks and structures and suspended and fabricated hung scaffolds. You continue by learning the techniques of rigging for more critical lifts. You can enrol in this course and obtain professional training delivered by a Registered Training Organisation (RTO 4575) certified by WorkSafe

Our experienced trainers will train you with the skills required to obtain this class of HRW licence. Including how to set up gin poles, flying foxes, cable ways, and suspended and fabricated hung scaffolds.These are the basic skills you will need to know to be able to perform rigging advanced work in a safe and efficient manner.

You must hold a HRW Licence to perform rigging intermediate CPCCLDG3002A (code RI)

Course description Licence To Perform Rigging Advanced 2

The rigging advanced course covers the following units:

  • How to plan work
  • Erect a gin pole
  • Shear legs
  • Flying foxes
  • Cable ways
  • Guide derricks and structures
  • Suspended and fabricated hung scaffolds

The course is conducted over 3 consecutive days

Course Name : Licence to perform rigging advanced
Course Code: : CPCCLRG4001A – WorkSafe HRW Licence (code RA)
Duration : This course runs for 3 X 8 Hour Days

Requirements for all Rigging Courses

All Crane Courses are held at our up to date facility located at

Australian Easy Train
35 Kimberly Road
Dandenong Victoria 3175
PH (03) 9706 – 4881

Dress Requirements : Safety Shoes or Boots, High Visibility Clothing , Hard Hat, whistle with lanyard and any other PPE you may require. If you require to use gloves please bring them with you.

Equipment Required :
• We supply all equipment required.
• We will be using our choice of crane being either a XCMG 25t mobile slewing crane set up on outriggers or our 80t Sumitomo crawler crane. We vary between the two depending on weather conditions and availability
• Our crane has undergone the required services and is always up to the requirements of the Australian Standards and is serviced regularly.
• Suitable materials to ‘pigsty’ the cranes outriggers may be fitted
• Slings and chains to perform the required lifts.

Material Required : We supply Learners Guides, Revision Sheets, Assessment Paperwork, and all other Administration Documents that may be required.

Prerequisites :
• You will need to be able to use the English language at a level which will enable you to safely perform work of a high risk nature. As per (6.7 – National Standard for licensing persons performing high risk work 2006)
• You will be required to be in good health and fit to perform the required tasks. Your trainer must be notified of any condition that could affect you performing the training prior to starting the course.
• All students must be at least 18 years of age prior to commencing the course.

Course Assessment :
AET adopts a range of assessment methods to ensure flexibility for clients as well as meeting the specific requirements of the unit(s) from the Transport and Logistics training package.
Assessments methods include practical demonstrations, written tests and oral questioning. Clients who require additional learning support or assistance should inform AET prior to the course commencement to ensure this support is available.

Nationally recognised statement of attainment

All participants will receive a nationally recognized statement of attainment

On successful completion of the course the applicants will need to go individually to an Australian Post office with $60.00 and 100 points of identification for the processing of their licence.

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