The aim of this Perth-based dogging course is to provide participants with the knowledge and practical skills required to demonstrate competency in the high-risk activities associated with a dogman role.
These include the application of slinging techniques, the selection and inspection of lifting gear and/or the directing of the crane or operator in the movement of the load. Under the industry leading guidance of IFAP’s expert trainers, participants will be provided with the essential knowledge to handle these dogging tasks accordingly.
NOTE: IFAP can process your WorkSafe application, including photo identification, for an extra fee of $132 (inc GST). You could qualify for a saving of up to 70% on your training with the Construction Training Fund. To find out if you are eligible, visit www.bcitf.org.
This unit is based on the National Standard for Licensing Persons Performing High Risk Work and requires the operator to be able to:
- Plan the job
- Communicate with others and work efficiently
- Select and inspect the relevant equipment
- Prepare the site and the relevant equipment
- Undertake the necessary measures for hazard prevention
- Correctly and safely perform dogging tasks such as slinging and loading
- Shut down the job and clean up
|Start Date||End Date||Location||Book Now|
|Monday 14 January, 2019||Friday 18 January, 2019||North Lake||Book Now|
|Monday 4 February, 2019||Friday 8 February, 2019||North Lake||Book Now|
|Monday 18 February, 2019||Friday 22 February, 2019||North Lake||Book Now|
|Monday 11 March, 2019||Friday 15 March, 2019||North Lake||Book Now|
|Monday 25 March, 2019||Friday 29 March, 2019||North Lake||Book Now|
Participants must be at least 18 years of age and can use the English language at a level that enables the safe performance of high risk as specified in the competency standards.
Successful completion of the assessment requirements will provide participants with a statement of attainment issued by STES (RTO Code 50091) for CPCCLDG3001A – Licence to perform dogging.