Rigging (Basic Level)Available Course Dates:
Rigging (Basic Level)
Aim of this Course / Target Group
This course provides participants with the required skills and knowledge to enable them to safely and conduct rigging in a variety of situations in compliance with Work Safe WA Standards and Regulations. The course is aligned to the nationally recognised unit CPCCLRG3001A License to Perform Rigging Basic Level which specifies the outcomes required to undertake basic rigging work
Please note: The course may be completed within a shorter or longer time frame depending on experience
The program addresses the following:
- Licensing, Regulations and Duty of Care
- Personal Safety and Effective Workplace Communication
- Plant and Equipment Inspection
- Conduct the Risk Assessment Process and Manage Risk
- Installation of Hoist / Master Climber / Platforms / Safety Nets / Arrest Systems
- Ropes, Bends, Hitches, Whipping and Splicing
- Erection of structural steel and pre-cast panels
- Work Safely with others
Knowledge based questionnaires and practical demonstration
Must have basic English literacy skills and be over 18 years of age
Academic Award & Recognition
Upon successful completion participants will be issued with the following Statement of Attainment which will be recognised nationally:
- CPCCLRG3001A - License to Perform Basic Rigging
What To Wear
All course participants are required to wear appropriate work attire. Steel capped safety boots are required for all high risk work courses.
Morning Tea & Lunch
All participants will be offered morning/ afternoon tea and for those attending full day courses lunch is provided (an assortment of sandwiches and hot finger foods). Persons with special dietary requirements should cater for their personal needs.
$850.00 (This price is inclusive of 2 passport photos and Worksafe application fees)
$255.00 After CTF Subsidy
This subsidy is available to eligible participants only.
The Construction Training Fund provides funding support for training of eligible workers in the construction industry. We acknowledge the support of the Construction Training Fund in reducing the costs of training for eligible workers.