About This Course
his unit specifies the skills and knowledge required to safely perform intermediate rigging work.
Riggers use mechanical load shifting equipment and associated gear to move, place or secure loads, including plant, equipment or members of a building or structure. Riggers ensure the stability of those members and set up and dismantle cranes and hoists.
This unit includes rigging work involving:
- hoists with jibs and self-climbing hoists
- cranes, conveyors, dredges and excavators
- tilt slabs
- demolition of structures or plant
- multiple lifts.
Rigging work is undertaken in construction and other industries where load shifting equipment is used to move, place or secure loads.
Units of Competency details
CPCCLRG3002 – Licence to perform rigging intermediate level
Upon successful completion, learners will be issued with a Statement of Attainment and one of the following two depending on the state regulations.
- Assessment summary (AS1) or;
- Notice of Satisfactory Assessment (NSA)
Learners are required to submit the AS1/NSA form, Statement of Attainment and relevant application form documents to obtain their dogging license.
For guidelines to apply for a High Risk Work License (HRWL) please see below.
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From $2000 pp
(Prices are subject to vary due to state and requirements. please contact us for a quote)
The total duration for this course is 40 hours (5 days) as follows for both skilled and non-skilled operators.
The course duration is 40 hours (including 34 hours of training):
- 16 hours of supervised theory instruction
- 18 hours of supervised practical instruction (simulated workplace)
- 4 hours theory assessment (including calculations)
- 2 hours of practical assessment
All learners enrolling in this course must demonstrate a sound level of language literacy and numeracy, Learners that do not achieve a sound result may still be enrolled in the course. These learners will be provided with additional support to be negotiated with their training and detailed in their enrolment form.
- All learners are required to provide their Unique Student Identifier (USI) If this is not available please contact us.
- Before an assessment can take place, the Accredited Assessor is required to sight three matching original evidence of learner identity (EOI) documents.
- Minimum 18 years of age (Workplace Health and Safety requirement)
- Completion of the general construction induction training program, specified in the Safe Work Australia model Code of Practice: Construction Work, is required by anyone carrying out construction work. Achievement of CPCCWHS1001 Prepare to work safely in the construction industry meets this requirement.
As a minimum, students participating are required to wear appropriate PPE, including;
- Steel Cap boots
- High Vis Shirt (no singlets will be permitted)
- Hard Hat
- Safety Glasses
Any other company/site-specific guidelines must be followed in accordance with CGA minimum standards.
All course material will be provided by CGA
Training equipment will be supplied by CGA (whistles, radios etc)
No administration fee is applicable.
No additional fees are applicable.
Recognition of Prior
Recognition of Prior Learning is offered to all participants in accordance with the Connection Group Australia Recognition Process.
CPCCLRG3001 Licence to perform rigging basic level
Learners completing this course will be qualified to carry out work as a licenced dogger and may take up roles in the civil or general construction industry carrying out dogging operations on various construction projects.
Where the packaging rules allow, learners may be able to use the Statement of Attainment issued upon completion of this course as credit toward a full qualification.