Non-slewing mobile crane (greater than 3 Tonnes capacity)
During the 2 day formal theory sessions participants will gain the required knowledge to safely and effectively operate a non-slewing mobile crane, after which they will be required to obtain and log 60 nominal hours via work experience.
The participant must be supervised when performing duties by a person with an equivalent licence in non-slewing mobile crane operations.
A log book showing the completed nominal hours will be required to be sighted by the accredited assessor prior to assessment.
Please note: It is up to the participant to organise their own access to operate a slewing mobile crane 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.
$Formal Theory(2 days): $600 & Licensing Assessment: $500 per participant
Formal Theory Training: 2 Days & Licensing Assessment: 4 Hours
The training to achieve this High Risk Work Licence consists of 3 stages:
Formal theory training
Supervised work experience (nominal hours) and
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