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Dogging & Rigging (DG/RB/RI)

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CPCCLDG3001A Licence to perform dogging
This course is delivered over a 3 day duration with pre-study**
The total cost including worksafe fees is $700

CPCCLRG3001A Licence to perform rigging basic level
This course is delivered over a 3 day duration with pre-study**
The total cost including worksafe fees is $700

CPCCLRG3002A Licence to perform rigging intermediate level
This course is delivered over a 3 day duration with pre-study**
The total cost including worksafe fees is $900

 

CPCCLDG3001A Licence to perform dogging and
CPCCLRG3001A Licence to perform rigging basic level
This combined course is delivered over a 5 day duration with pre-study**
The total cost including worksafe fees is $1100

CPCCLDG3001A Licence to perform dogging and
TLILIC3006 – Licence to operate a non-slewing mobile crane (greater than 3 tonnes capacity)
This combined course is delivered over a 5 day duration with pre-study**
The total cost including worksafe fees is $1600

CPCCLDG3001A Licence to perform dogging and
TLILIC0012 – Licence to operate a vehicle loading crane (capacity 10 metre tonnes and above)
This combined course is delivered over a 5 day duration with pre-study**
The total cost including worksafe fees is $1600

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Available on request:
Group Bookings, On-Site Training & Assessment.
Please
contact us for more information or to book

 

Training to become a dogger you will learn skills and knowledge required to safely attach loads to a crane using the correct equipment for the job. You will also learn how to direct crane operators who are moving loads. Dogging is a pre-requisite to basic rigging. Basic rigging is using safety equipment such as fall arrest systems, harnesses, safety nets etc. when working at heights, climbing structures and assembling hoists. Knots and hitches are included in the basic rigging course which is a pre-requisite for Intermediate rigging, where you will learn how to perform demolition and dual crane work.

Our trainer will teach all the skills and knowledge you require to complete the job in a safe working environment. The experience of our trainer in working as a Rigger shows in his training techniques. You can be sure to receive the highest quality, hands on training when completing our Dogging and/or Rigger courses or our combined course.

** As the combined Dogging and Basic Rigging course and the Intermediate Rigging Course are intensive you will be required to undertake extra work outside of the Face to Face 5/3 day course period.

You will be required to read and attempt the exercises within the supplied handbook/workbook prior to commencement of the course and complete homework activities each evening throughout the 5/3 days of face to face Training & Assessment.  If you don’t believe you can undertake this extra work prior to the training and each evening then you should consider doing each of the Dogging and Rigging Basic components as separate units and if completing the Intermediate Rigging Course advise us that you will require a longer time period for training purposes.

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You will be taught the necessary skills to plan, prepare and complete Dogging and/or Rigging work as prescribed by the National Standard for Licensing Persons Performing High Risk Work . This will include;

CPCCLDG3001A Licence to perform dogging

Comply with Commonwealth, state or territory OHS legislation, standards relevant to safe dogging and crane operations.
 Communicate and work safely with others in the work area.
Apply Hazard prevention and control measures consistent with appropriate standards.
Apply to move loads in conjunction with cranes including, the reading of tags, slinging, loading, directing and landing loads with a slewing mobile crane with a telescopic boom and a winch, in and out of sight of the crane/ operator, moving four loads of varying shapes, sizes and weights.
Use fibre and/or synthetic rope as tag lines, and connecting to loads using clove hitch, rolling hitch, bowline and single sheetbend.
Conduct pre and post operational checks of the lifting equipment.

CPCCLRG3001A Licence to perform rigging basic level

comply with OHS licensing legislation.
effectively communicate and work
safely with others in the work area.
effectively conduct risk assessment and management procedures.
effectively complete the following tasks:-
inspection of all plant and equipment, and
installation of a fall arrest system (Static line), and
use of a safety harness / fall arrest system, and
installation of crane loading platforms and
installation of a safety net, and
installation of a shutter and safety screen, and
demonstrated ability to work safely at heights, and
erection of structural steel, and
erection of precast panel, and
set up and operation of a winch for load movement, and
installation of a materials hoist, or
installation of a mast climber.
effectively demonstrate the following knots, bends and hitches:-
Sheet bend,
Becket hitch,
Running bowline,
Double bowline.
effectively demonstrate the following splices and whippings:-
Eye splice,
Back splice,
Short splice,
Sail makers whipping,
Common whipping,
West countryman’s

CPCCLRG3002A Licence to perform rigging intermediate level

comply with OHS licensing legislation.
effectively communicate and work safely with others in the work area.
effectively conduct risk assessment and management procedures.
effectively complete the following tasks:
adding and removing a tower crane section, or
adding and removing a crane lattice boom section, or
erecting a non guyed tower (e.g. light tower, and
perform a multiple crane lift, or
a multiple winch lift, or
a combination of a crane and winch lift, and
lifting and installing a series of tilt-up panels, or
lifting and installing a series of scenery panels (i.e. entertainment industry), and
demolish/remove a series of tilt-up panel structures, or
demolish/remove a series of scenery panel structures, and
demolishing a concrete encased structural steel column and beam.
NB : All specifications for these performance tasks are detailed in the endorsed assessment instrument.
effectively conduct pre and post operational checks of intermediate rigging equipment.

This course is suitable for anyone over the age of 18 and with the ability to understand, read and write English to a satisfactory level for working in Australia. 

On successful completion of this course participants will be presented with a Statement of Attainment  for the Nationally Recognised Unit of Competency one of;

CPCCLDG3001A – Licence to perform dogging. 
CPCCLRG3001A – Licence to perform rigging basic level. 
CPCCLRG3002A – Licence to perform rigging intermediate level.