Vehicle Loading Crane (CV) Licence Course

  Course Code and Course Name
 
 

TLILIC0012 - Licence to Operate a Vehicle Loading Crane (capacity 10 metre tonnes and above)     NRT Colour Logo 72 dpi    

 Course Description
 
Dates

This Vehicle Loading Crane Course covers the required knowledge & skills for the safe operation of a Vehicle Loading Crane>10 metre tonnes and is required for participants to complete if applying for their High Risk Licence (Class Type: CV) from WorkSafe Victoria.

 

To be confirmed once minimum numbers have been achieved.

Please contact us to put your name on the list.

 

Participants
 
Duration

 4 People

 

Beginner's Course - 4-5 days  

Experienced Operator Course - 4 days (Must be able to provide proof of operating experience).

Venue
 
Cost

All Skills Services Pty Ltd

56 Loch Street, Maryborough VIC 3465

 

 

Beginner's  - TBC

Experienced Operator Course - TBC

(1-on-1 training = shorter course = $900 per day)

(*There is an additional $64 payable to WorkSafe Victoria when you lodge your High Risk Licence application at Australia Post).

     

We can also deliver this course on your site using your Vehicle Loading Crane (conditions apply). Please contact us for details.

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Requirements

High Risk Licence Requirements:

  • Candidates must be 18 years or over to apply for a High Risk Licence
  • Worksafe Victoria requires all candidates to be able to read, write & understand English, if sitting for a High Risk Licence
  • Candidates have to have 100 points if ID and an Australian residential address to obtain a High Risk Licence

 

Course Requirements:

  • Participants must be competent in written and spoken English (Students are required to undertake a Language, Literacy, and Numeracy test prior to commencing the training).
  • Participants must have a Unique Student Identifier (USI).
  • Participants are recommended to hold their Construction Induction OHS (White Card), if operating machinery.
  • Participants are required to wear sensible work clothes and steel capped boots, and dress according to the weather for their training.
  • Participants are required to bring appropriate sun safety protection.

 

 

 

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