Licence to Operate a Slewing mobile crane (up to 60 tonnes)
Licence to Operate a Slewing Crane (up to 60 tonne) is the training accreditation and licence required to operate a slewing crane up to 60 tonne.
WorkSafe Connect has been delivering leading high risk licenced focused programs for over 15 years and is one of Queensland’s leading suppliers of onsite high risk work licences. We have specifically designed this course to be delivered onsite and we work with our clients to align with their operations, procedures and equipment to create the most effective and efficient training experience.
Our 60t Slewing Crane course designed to ensure that participants have the skills and knowledge required to operate a slewing mobile crane (up to 60 tonnes) for licensing purposes. It encompasses the requirement for the up to 20 tonnes licence.
The program is made up of the following nationally accredited unit of competency:
Very knowledgable on subject matter. I liked the flexible hours around work commitments.
–John C, HRWL
Enjoyed the theoretical parts of training. Felt engaged in class and learnt heaps. Cheers.
–Jackson H, HRWL
Well designed course, competent trainers, safe environment learning real skills. Thankyou.
–Michael H, HRWL
Thank you. A lot to take in but got there in the end. Thank you for the training.
–Barry W, HRWL
WorkSafe Connects Slewing Crane up to 60 course requires the operator to plan the work, conduct routine checks, set up crane, transfer loads, mobile loads and shut down and secure the crane.
During the Licence to Operate a Slewing Crane (up to 60 tonne) training course, students will cover the following topics:
Training will be conducted by one of our experienced high risk trainer assessors who have industry currency, strong knowledge of relevant legislation, regulations and industry standards.
Practical and theoretical activities drive the training experience to ensure that the training is engaging, interesting and relevant.
WorkSafe Connect has specifically designed this course to be delivered onsite and we work with our clients to align with their operations, procedures and equipment to create the most effective and efficient training experience.
If you would like to discuss delivery options in more detail, then please get in contact with us.
Students must also provide three items of original identity evidence. A copy of each must be retained by WorkSafe Connect, excepting a financial institution debit/credit card (where a record is kept that the original was sighted but card numbers are not retained on file).
Most students bring their drivers licence, Medicare card and a credit / debit card with them on the day which satisfies the identity requirements.
To complete the course, students must successfully complete all assessments which are aligned with the national unit of competency.
All assessments are completed during the course – no assessment activities need to be completed prior to or post the training course.
Upon successful completion of the course requirements, students will receive a nationally recognised Statement of Attainment for the following unit of competency:
Students will also be provided with an electronic 'Candidate Assessment Summary' (CAS) to apply for the High-Risk Licence through Work Health and Safety Queensland (WHSQ).
Please note there is an additional fee charged by WHSQ to apply for the licence.
You may be eligible to receive CSQ funding for this course if you work in the building & construction industry in Queensland.
If eligible, you will receive funding of $1,402.00, which can be offset against the course cost.
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