CPCCLDG3001 Licence to Perform Dogging

$900.00

Our Dogging course covers the practical skills and theoretical knowledge required to become a Dogman including load assessment, sling selection, sling techniques, sling inspection, communication, load movement, understanding crane characteristics and capacities.

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Our Dogging course covers the practical skills and theoretical knowledge required to become a Dogman including load assessment, sling selection, sling techniques, sling inspection, communication, load movement, understanding crane characteristics and capacities.

Duration: 5 days

Fees: Full payment is required upon booking to confirm your place.  Payment is made upon receival of invoice.

** Please note high risk work licence application is not included in the course cost** 

Delivery: Face-to-face

Assessment methods: Written Questions and Practical

• Introduction and Legislation.

• WHS Regulations. WHS Act.

• Code of practice (prevention of falls from heights).

• Load Calculations.

• Use and application of fibre ropes. Flexible steel wire ropes, chains, synthetic slings and lifting gear.

• Requirements for certification under the National Standards.

• Communication skills.

• Safe Slinging and Lifting practices.

• Selection and use of mobile cranes AS 2550.

• The identification of workplace hazards and the application of appropriate hazard control measures.

• Be able to establish the mass and dimensions of different loads to be lifted.

• Learning, understanding and the application of appropriate methods of communication with the crane operator.

• Plan a lift in conjunction with the crane operator and site supervisor.

• Conduct inspections of all lifting equipment before and after use.

• Slinging techniques.

• Correct methods for the slinging of loads of different mass and shapes.

• Move loads.

All candidates that successfully complete the course will be issued with a statement of attainment for a nationally recognised unit of competency:

CPCCLDG3001 Licence to Perform Dogging

  • Must have good verbal and written comprehension of the English language;
  • Must be over 18 years of age;
  • Must provide ONE primary ID (i.e: driving licence, current passport, birth certificate or high risk licence)or at least THREE secondary ID (i.e: medicare or student health care card, student identification card or citizenship certificate)
  • Must have good general health and fitness for practical (eg. physical work);
  • Must have basic mathematical skills and knowledge to work out formulas;
  • Must wear long sleeved shirt, long leg pants and steel cap boots;
  • Must hold a USI (unique student identifier) number.

 

General requirement information

This course is offered in-house at our premises in Kewdale, Western Australia. The course can also be delivered on-site at your location if preferred.