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CPCCCM3002

Operate a truck-mounted loading crane

Pre-requisite: CPCCWHS2001 Apply WHS requirements, policies and procedures in the construction industry
Note: If you are calculating and slinging loads you are required to hold a dogging licence.

  • This unit specifies the skills and knowledge required to safely and effectively operate a truck-mounted loading crane to load and unload building products delivered from suppliers to the construction site.
    It includes;

  • Set Up

  • Operation

  • Control

  • Shutdown

What to Expect

Course duration: 2 days face to face training (8 hours per day, 7 am – 3 pm)
Small group classes with our highly qualified Trainer and Assessor to train you right the first time, so you can stay safe for a lifetime
Students will have access to all required equipment and resources in a simulated environment

  • ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

    Students must:
    •be a minimum of 16 years old
    •have the appropriate language, literacy and numeracy (LLN) capability to undertake the course (note: an LLN activity is to be undertaken prior to enrolment)
    •have access to the internet and a computer/tablet device to undertake pre-course reading
    •bring and wear PPE – steel capped boots, rigging gloves, hard hat and high visibility vest
    •produce Photo ID

  • FACE-TO-FACE TRAINING

    Day 1 of the course is for learning! Our fully qualified and highly experienced WorkSafe Trainer and Assessor will support you through the theory content and assist you to practice practical skills.

  • ASSESSMENTS/EXAMS

    As this is a competency-based program, students gain feedback throughout the training and assessment is undertaken once the unit has been delivered. Day 2 of the course is for the three WorkSafe mandated assessments/exams;

    • Calculations

    • Knowledge

    • Practical Demonstration

  • OUTCOME

    Upon successful completion of the course, you will be issued:

    • A Statement of Attainment

    • A CSA photo ID competency card

  • COURSE FEES

    Please contact CSA directly for the most current course price list: 03 9706 8383

Enrol in your Dogging course with CSA in just three steps

Training you right the first time, so you can stay safe for a lifetime

  • Step 1

    SELECT YOUR COURSE DATE

    See our upcoming courses below

  • Step 2

    CALL OUR OFFICE

    03 9706 8383 or enquire online

  • Step 3

    COMPLETE YOUR ENROLMENT

    Complete the Enrolment Form and LLN Activity and then make a payment to secure your place in the course.

Upcoming CSAA Courses

Call to book: 03 9706 8383

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Frequently Asked Questions

We are located at 4/9 Fowler Rd, Dandenong South in Victoria at the end of the Dandenong Bypass and South Gippsland Highway

If coming via public transport, approximately 10 minutes by taxi/uber from the Dandenong Train Station

We have a Covid Safe Plan in place.

  • How long is my WorkSafe High Risk Licence Valid?

    Valid for 5 years and then renewable every 5 years either via the Worksafe Portal or Australia Post

  • How long do I have to lodge my Worksafe High Risk Notice of Assessment once deemed competent?

    60 days, either via online in the MyWorksafe Portal or at Australia Post.

  • What if I fail an assessment?

    If you fail any of the three WorkSafe Assessments, you are able to re-sit the assessment/s a second time. Re-assessment is at a cost of $250 per re-assessment. Re-assessments will be scheduled according to our availability. If you fail on your second attempt, you will be required to undertake the full course again at the full cost.

  • Can I cancel my course?

    Yes, we require 7 days’ notice prior to the course commencement date to cancel or transfer your enrolment. A cancellation fee of $100 is non-refundable. Refer to our cancellation/transfer/refund policy in our Student handbook

  • Do you offer tutoring?

    Yes, our fully qualified Trainer and Assessor offers free of charge after hours tutoring if required.

  • What are your class sizes?

    Our class sizes range from 2 to 10 participants, depending on the course.

  • What do I need to bring?

    Full PPE equipment (helmet, steel capped boots, hi-viz vest and riggers gloves) Valid Photo ID (Driver’s licence/WorkSafe licence/passport)

  • Do you supply lunch?

    No. However, we have a kitchen with a fridge, microwave, sandwich press and toaster oven. A food truck also comes early in the morning each day, that provides a variety of fresh food. You also have access to free tea and coffee throughout the day from our kitchen.