Licence to perform Dogging
The training to achieve this High Risk Work Licence – Dogging (DG), consists of 3 components: Formal theory training, supervised work experience and Licensing assessment. We offer two options to obtain the licence:
Option 1 – Dogging WORK READY (5 days)
This is a 5 day intensive training and assessment course. Participants will attend on all 5 days to complete Formal Theory, practical training and Licensing assessment with our qualified trainer and assessor.
Option 2 – Dogging LOG BOOK (3 days Formal Training + Licensing Assessment)
During the 3 day formal theory session participants will gain the required knowledge to safely and effectively perform dogging operations, after which they will be required to obtain and log hours via work experience. The participant must be supervised when performing duties by a person with an equivalent licence in dogging operations. A log book showing the completed hours will be required to be sighted by the accredited assessor prior to assessment.
Participants are welcome to book in for assessment when their Supervisor feels they are competent to undertake the Mandated Licensing Assessment.
Please note: It is up to the participant to organise their own access to perform operations as a dogman under the supervision of a licenced Dogman.
Please note: It is up to the participant to organise their own access to perform operations as a dogman under the supervision of a licenced operator and obtain the required nominal hours.
Participants must be over the age of 18 and have a sound knowledge of the English language.
$Option 1: Dogging Work Ready (5 days)
Option 2: Dogging Log Book
(3 days - Theory) $850 +
Licensing Assessment $450 per participant
Work Ready 5 days
Logbook 3 days + Assessment
The training to achieve this High Risk Work Licence consists of 3 stages:
Formal theory training
- Practical Training
Supervised work experience (Only for Log book option)
Funding available for
these courses through
CSQ funding is paid directly to Dawsons Training. Where CSQ funding doesn’t cover the full cost of the program, you will be required to contribute towards the remaining course fees.
If you believe you are eligible and wish to proceed with subsidised training, please complete the Application Form and send through to firstname.lastname@example.org
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