To obtain a High Risk Licence, individuals are required to participate in a registered training organisation (RTO) accredited training course.

After gaining a Certificate of Attainment from completing the required course, a student will then receive their High Risk Licence from either WorkSafe WA (Western Australia), Workplace Health & Safety (Queensland) or WorkSafe NT (Northern Territory) for a small application fee (which is standard for any training facility).

A High Risk Licence must be renewed every five years.

All training for a High Risk Licence is carried out on a working 'training' construction site, with the same safety procedures and expectations one would find on any other Mining & Processing, Oil & Gas or Construction site.

Available High Risk Licences Courses