CPCCLDG3001A Licence to perform dogging [DG]
ONLINE - complete theory tasks online and attend face to face training for practical and final HRW licence assessments
FACE TO FACE - at our site in Wetherill Park (see our course calendar for scheduled dates)
FACE TO FACE - at your site (providing you have adequate training areas, equipment/resources and participants)
5 days [4 days training | 1 day assessing]
$1,650 per person gst-free
[A SafeWork NSW license fee is additional and payable by each applicant at Australia Post Office]
Participants must be over 18 years of age, be able to speak and understand English; understand technical concepts; and provide suitable identification. If a participant fails to bring 100 points of identification a re-booking fee of $100 will be charged for assessment to be re-scheduled.
If you are looking to gain entry level work in the construction industry as a labourer or plant operator then having a dogman ticket is a desirable starting point. This dogging course delivers the skills and knowledge required to undertake Dogging work, using both hand and whistle signals, for the purpose of shifting loads mechanically.
During dogman training, operators are trained and assessed against the WHS Regulation 2011. Dogman training includes selecting sling types and sizes, determining safe work loads and maintaining the stability of the load, mathematical equations and hand/whistle signals. Participants are trained by qualified and experienced staff in both theory and practical aspects of Dogging while using a slewing mobile crane.
- Plan and prepare worksite
- Select and inspect dogging equipment
- Sling loads
- Perform tasks / shift loads
- Remove dogging equipment
- Shut down and clean work area
On successful completion of training and assessment, participants will receive a Statement of Attainment – CPCCLDG3001A Licence to Perform Dogging and a National Licence to Perform High Risk Work (Class DG). This also completes the pre-requisite for progressing to CPCCLRG3001A Licence to Perform Rigging – Basic Level.
HRW Licences are valid for 5 years from the date of issue. To apply for your HRW licence, you must lodge your HRW assessment paperwork and application form at an Australia Post outlet together with a passport sized photo and pay the prescribed processing fee within 60 days of completion of your final HRW assessment. Failure to lodge your paperwork on time will result in you being an unlicensed operator and further training and/or assessing fees will apply after the 60-day period.