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.
Our Work Ready course consists of 5 days of intensive training including formal theory training, practical training and licensing assessment.
If you are interested in a Log Book option, please contact our office for further information and pricing.
- Be at least 18 years of age
- Have a satisfactory level of numeracy, literacy and communications
- Have the ability to read, write, speak and understand English
- Wear safety boots, long pants and high vis shirt (or a high vis vest will be supplied)
- Provide 3 original evidence of identity documents as per WHSQ
$$1950 per participant
Please note: All course costs exclude licence application fee. per participant
Theory: 3 days (7.00am sharp to 4.00pm)
Practical: 1 day (7.00am sharp to 4.00pm)
Licensing Assessment: 6 hours approx
- Legislation, Regulation and Standards
- Plan and prepare the work
- Identify potential workplace hazards
- Apply appropriate hazard prevention/control measures
- Dogging techniques and equipment
- Complete dogging operations
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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