High Risk Work Licences

Which IFAP courses fall under the High Risk Work Licences?

Classes
DG – Dogging
RB – Basic Rigging
LF – Forklift Truck
WP – Boom-Type Elevating Work Platform
CN – Non-Slewing Mobile Crane
CV – Vehicle Loading Crane

How long is my licence valid?

High Risk Licences are valid for 5 years. The 5 years starts from the date of issue. For further information on renewing or adding classes to your High Risk Work Licence, please refer to the Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety (DMIRS) website.

My Dogging, Rigging, Scaffolding, Forklift, EWP or Crane tickets were issued through IFAP many years ago, is it still valid?

No, any cards ‘tickets’ that were issued prior to the implementation of the High Risk Work Licences that commenced on the 1st October 2007 have expired.

If my training was done outside of Australia can I transfer it to a High Risk Work Licence?

No, the training will have to be done to the Australian National Standards to gain a High Risk Work Licence.

Does IFAP send through my application for the High Risk Work Licence?

Yes, IFAP will process your application and forward to WorkSafe for an additional fee, which is paid at the time of enrolment.  You also have the option of submitting your own application to WorkSafe and paying the applicable fee directly to them.

LLN Assessments

What is LLN?

LLN is an acronym for Language, Literacy and Numeracy and are the core skills required to complete a nationally recognised training course.

Why do I need to complete an LLN Assessment?

All participants seeking to enrol on a nationally recognised training course are required to be assessed to determine any support needs.

How does the LLN Assessment assist me?

IFAP are committed to ensuring that we provide you with the best chance of success in the course you have selected. This process assists IFAP to:
•    Determine your suitability to the course that you have selected
•    Identify and assist with any additional support or preparatory skills you may require
•    Provide you with any coaching and mentoring you may require

What happens if I fail?

The LLN Assessment is not a test and therefore there is no pass or fail.

How can I access the LLN Assessment?

This can be done by clicking the link or if it does not work copying the following URL into your internet browser https://ifap-au.informz.net/survistapro/sn.asp?gid=B2101E70-409B-4D4A-9395-01A387719586.

Didn’t find the answer you were looking for? Our customer service team will have an answer for you. Please contact us at 1300 IFAP 00 or 1300 432 700 or via email at bookings@ifap.asn.au.