Licence to Perform Dogging

Duration

5 days

Schedule

Portland Campus

For further information regarding dates, enrolment, costs and accredited units delivered, please contact our Customer Service Centre on 1300 648 911 and ask to speak to our Portland Customer Service Team.

Prerequisites

Participants must be 18 years of age or over.

You must have a Unique Student Identifier (USI). You can apply or get more information at www.usi.gov.au.

Photo identification (including your date of birth).

What You Learn

Up-to-date practical skills, general knowledge, slinging methods and crane usage.

What You Get

The theoretical knowledge and practical skills to carry out Dogging duties in areas where cranes or lifting equipment are used.

Upon successful completion of assessment, you will be issued with a WorkSafe Notice of Assessment to enable you to apply for a Licence to Perform High Risk Work for Dogging (Class DG).

$60 is required and payable to Australia Post for issue of the WorkSafe Licence to Perform High Risk Work.

You’ll also receive credit and certification for the following accredited unit:

CPCCLDG3001A - Licence to perform dogging

Materials to Bring

Pen and notepaper.

Photo identification (including your date of birth).

Two passport sized photographs (one for the assessor and one for your WorkSafe application).

Dress Code

Attire appropriate to working in a trade environment (including solid rubber soled footwear - not runners).

Description

ACCESS A WEALTH OF EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

Earn a certification in Dogging

Holding a Dogging Certificate opens up employment opportunities in areas where cranes or lifting equipment are used such as construction sites, building sites, depots, offshore mining and maintenance industries. The aim of this course is to provide you with the theoretical knowledge and practical skills to carry out Dogging duties.

The course is up to date with current practical skills, general knowledge, slinging methods and crane usage.

You will be required to undertake performance and written assessments.

Content

  • Cranes - types and uses

  • Construction, site hazards, safety and control

  • Sling selection and use

  • Practical load slinging

  • Directing load movement

  • Equipment inspection

  • Chain, wire rope: identification, inspection and use

  • Fibre rope: inspection and use

  • Whipping, splicing: knots, bends and hitches

  • Whistle signals

Accreditation

Upon successful completion of assessment, you will be issued with a WorkSafe Notice of Assessment to enable you to apply for a Licence to Perform High Risk Work for Dogging (Class DG).

$60 is required and payable to Australia Post for issue of the WorkSafe Licence to Perform High Risk Work.

CPCCLDG3001A - Licence to perform dogging

Enrolment Requirements

1. 'Offline' Enrolment - Portland Courses

For further information regarding dates, enrolment, costs and accredited units delivered, please contact our Customer Service Centre on 1300 648 911 and ask to speak to our Portland Customer Service Team.

2. You’ll Need a Unique Student Identifier

To study any nationally recognised training in Australia, you must have a Unique Student Identifier (USI). Your USI links to an online account that contains your training records and all results for any training you’ve completed after 1 January 2015.

With a USI you’ll always have easy access to your training records and results – this will simplify applying for jobs or enrolling in further study.

You must have a USI when you enrol.

You can apply for a USI online or get more information at www.usi.gov.au.

You will also need photo identification (including your date of birth).

Student Support

At South West TAFE we’re here to help you complete your studies happily and successfully.

From the moment you start thinking about course options until you finish, you’ll have access to a range of student support options, covering enrolment, education, social and personal issues, including:

  • Education Pathway Officers who can help you with information sessions, fee payment options, TAFE and university pathways, career pathways and campus tours

  • A DHHS registered Disability Support Team

  • Koorie Liaison Officer

  • Student Wellbeing Officer supporting your personal and social needs

  • Library and Research Centre

  • Bookshop supplying a range of textbooks and stationery

  • Student Learning Support including literacy and numeracy

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Upcoming date: 11 Sep 2017