slewing crane course

A slewing mobile crane is a mobile crane incorporating a boom or jib that can be slewed. This unit specifies the skills and knowledge required to safely operate a slewing mobile crane with a Maximum Rated Capacity (MRC) over 100 tonnes in accordance with all relevant legislative responsibilities. Successful participants will be eligible for a WorkSafe High Risk Slewing mobile crane operation licence (open/over 100 tonnes) C0

This course will teach you the skills to

  • Operate a slewing mobile crane over 100 tonnes in different types of workplaces transferring key principles of safe operation to different contexts
  • Select the appropriate slewing mobile crane in accordance with load and workplace conditions
  • Operate crane including all functions to their maximum extension, lifting and moving of loads with maximum safe working load
  • Assess ground conditions
  • Read and interpret crane specifications including load charts to enable the crane to be configured for loads
  • Understand crane characteristics
  • Accurately record and maintain information relating to crane operation
  • Use communication techniques including whistles, hand signals and use of two-way radios
  • Identify hazards and assess risks associated with operation
  • Conduct pre-operational checks and identify faults

The licence to operate a slewing mobile crane (over 100 tonnes capacity) takes 4 days to complete and provides a CO Crane licence. The course is assessed through various ways by our experienced instructors, including written activities, verbal questions, observation and practical demonstration.

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Important Information

Units of Competency

  • TLILIC0020 – Licence to operate a slewing mobile crane (over 100 Tonnes)

Accreditation & Currency

  • Usage recommendation: Current
  • This is a nationally recognised unit of competency (https://training.gov.au)
  • This is a high-risk work licence issued by WorkSafe Victoria

Age

  • Minimum 18 years

Duration

  • 4 days

Flexible Delivery

  • This course can be delivered to accommodate learning styles and employment arrangements. Weekday and Weekend courses available.

Class Sizes

  • Low student to trainer ratio

Location

  • Onsite only

Assessment Method

  • Written activities, verbal questions, observation and practical demonstration
  • As per WorkSafe requirements the licence assessment encompasses a knowledge, performance and calculations assessment.

Eligibility

  • As MultiSkills Training is not CRICOS approved we are unable to enrol any students that are on a student VISA. If you are on a student VISA you will need to go to a TAFE or RTO that is CRICOS approved

Entry Requirements

  • Ability to comprehend the English language
  • A USI Number (Unique Student Identifier) Visit: www.usi.gov.au
  • Safety footwear

Additional Information

The licence to perform High Risk Work is issued by WorkSafe Victoria. When the assessor deems you competent, you will need to lodge your licence application and Notice of Assessment within 60 days to obtain a high-risk work licence.

You can now apply, renew or amend a high-risk work licence online at: https://www.myworksafe.vic.gov.au

You will receive an email from myWorkSafe that contains your Training ID. The email will contain a link that allows you to download the Notice of Assessment (NOA) to enable you to lodge your licence application. All licence applications incur a fee payable to WorkSafe Victoria. Further details can be found at: www.worksafe.vic.gov.au/high-risk-work-licence or by calling WorkSafe on 1300 852 562.

To be eligible to undertake a High-Risk Work Licence in Victoria you must be a Victorian resident and be able to provide Government issued photo identification that proves you reside in Victoria, if your photo identification does not have a Victorian address, you must also provide one of the following forms of identification upon enrolment:

  • Victorian Firearm Licence
  • Victorian Boat Licence
  • KeyPass or Proof of age card with Victorian address
  • A utility bill – e.g. gas or water bill with Victorian address
  • A bank statement with Victorian address
  • A statutory declaration proving that you reside in Victoria

If you can’t provide one of the above please contact the office on 1800 754 557.

Fees

Fee for service

  • POA
  • *IMPORTANT INFORMATION: In accordance with the Standards for Registered Training Organisations 2015, MultiSkills Training does not accept payment of pre-paid fees of more than $1,500 from individual learners. As the C6 course exceeds $1,500 you will only be required to pay a deposit of $1,500 prior to course commencement and the balance of $1,000 will be payable on day 2 of your scheduled course.
  • MultiSkills can also offer V.O.C. (Verification of Competency) options, either on or offsite. Contact us for details.

Reassessment Fees

  • Theory Re-Assessment $150
  • Practical & Theory Re-Assessment 80% of the total course fee

High Risk Work License Application

The licence to perform High Risk Work is issued by WorkSafe Victoria. When the assessor deems you competent, you will need to lodge your licence application and Notice of Assessment within 60 days to obtain a high-risk work licence.

You can now apply, renew or amend a high-risk work licence online at: https://www.myworksafe.vic.gov.au

You will receive an email from myWorkSafe that contains your Training ID. The email will contain a link that allows you to download the Notice of Assessment (NOA) to enable you to lodge your licence application. All licence applications incur a fee payable to WorkSafe Victoria. Further details can be found at: worksafe.vic.gov.au/high-risk-work-licence or by calling WorkSafe on 1300 852 562.

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If you require further information about our CO crane operator courses in Melbourne and Geelong, or would like to book, please contact our friendly administration team on 1800SKILLS or email us at info@multiskills.com.au

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