Licence to perform dogging - Formal Course Work
Who Should Attend
Any person wishing to gain the skills required to obtain a High Risk Work Licence to perform dogging operations.
The aim of this course is to provide the participant with adequate knowledge to successfully complete the assessments required prior to application for a high risk work licence to perform Dogging Operations.
On completion of this course, participants will know:
- Workplace Health & Safety Regulations and requirements
- Identification and Management of Site Hazards
- Lifting Gear
- Slinging and Moving Loads
Participants must be 18 years old to undergo the assessment process. Training and log book hours can be undertaken prior to turning 18. Please contact our office to discuss your options.
Participants who have previous experience in Dogging operations are welcome to supply evidence to an ASTA HRW Assessor for review and approval.
During the initial first day of Formal Course Work (Classroom) the participants have access to support material for Dogging operations, power point presentations and safety videos. Hand outs relevant to Dogging operations will also be provided. Each participant will be required to complete an in class self-assessment.
All participants will be issued with a Log Book which includes a training plan and a full explanation of the requirements for both the participant and the employer/supervisor. The participant is required to log on the job hours to show current competency. This is to be supervised and signed off by a current ticket holder. The required hours are decided on skill, experience and evidence supplied.
A separate enrolment is to be completed for the 2-day assessment. Once the participants log book hours and/or evidence are verified by the trainer, the participant will undertake a written theory assessment and a practical assessment. This can take place at ASTA or conducted onsite. Please be advised that more than 3 working days notice must be given to WHSQ to conduct any assessment process
On successful completion of the assessments, participants will receive a Statement of Attainment for CPCCLDG3001A Licence to perform dogging and an information pack on how to lodge for their High Risk Work Licence at Australia Post.
This licence is renewable every 5 years
The course will be delivered via a face-to-face format in either ASTA training rooms or at your workplace, depending on numbers, client requirements and training facilities.
Call (07) 4153 2800 or refer to the online course calendar
3 days (Classroom) + nominal log book hours + 2 days (Assessment)
Note – minimum and maximum participant numbers apply
$995 per person - 3 day Formal Course Work
$415 per person - 2 day Assessment
These cost do not include the hire cost of the Slew Crane for the practical assessment