Basic Rigging Course (RB)
This Perth-based rigging training course is designed for participants to gain the necessary skills to plan, prepare & complete basic rigging work based on the National High Risk Licence Unit of Competence: ‘CPCCLRG3001 – Licence to perform Rigging (Basic level)’.
WHAT DOES THE BASIC RIGGING COURSE COVER?
On completion of this course, participants will be able to:
- Prepare rigging equipment
- Erect structural steel
- Install safety nets
- Install static lines and perimeter safety screens and shutters;
- Install some hoists
- Place pre-cast concrete
- Install cantilevered crane loading platforms
- Outline responsibilities and work safely at heights
This comprehensive five day rigging course includes both theory and practical components and can be completed at our training centre in Perth.
PREREQUISITES & COURSE REQUIREMENTS:
- Participants must be a licenced dogman. Enroll in our dogging course and get your dogman ticket.
- Persons must be 18 years of age or older
- Photo ID must be presented i.e. current drivers licence or passport
- Basic numeracy skills
- Basic English language and literacy skills
- Able to work at height
- As rigging work requires the use of an elevated work platform it is recommended that a current WorkSafe High Risk Licence in EWP Operation is held.
CERTIFICATION & RIGGERS TICKET:
On successful completion of this course, persons will receive a Statement of Attainment and Notice of Assessment which is valid for 60 days. Once a copy of your Statement of Attainment, Worksafe application and Worksafe fee has been submitted to the relevant state or territory regulator you will receive a National High Risk Licence.
*Note – The course price does not include the Worksafe application fee of $115
KITA can lodge your Worksafe application for High Risk Work Licence for $115, this includes an administration fee. One passport photo will need to be provided.
WHAT IS BASIC RIGGING?
Basic rigging involves preparation work for a job.
It can include the movement and set up of plant and equipment, preparation for the erection of precast concrete, set up and erection of some hoists and the installation of safety nets and screens securing loads. It also requires the ability to work safely at heights.
Intermediate rigging requires all the skills of basic rigging as well as being able to prepare concrete tilt up panels, conveyors, cranes, dredges, excavators and hoists not covered by basic rigging.
WHO NEEDS A RIGGERS LICENCE?
Anyone who is looking for work that requires rigging skills will need to have a license. The three classes of rigging courses are Basic, Intermediate and Advanced and each has a description of the tasks to be performed at that level.
The level of license required will depend on the individual based on the type of work involved or the level of skill they would like to achieve.
HOW LONG DOES THE BASIC RIGGING LICENCE LAST?
A riggers license will need to be renewed every 5 years. There is a requirement to pay a WorkSafe fee when renewing a high risk work licence.
HOW MUCH DOES A BASIC RIGGING LICENCE COST?
For an estimate on the cost of a rigging licence or if your licence has expired contact us. We can also provide you with a quote for a refresher course if your ticket has lapsed within the last 24 months.
Maximum Participants: 8people
Next dates for this course are:
21 - 25 March
19 - 23 April
23 - 27 May
20 - 24 June