This training package includes both CPCCLDG3001A Licence to Perform Dogging and CPCCLRG3001A Licence to Perform Rigging Basic Level. Dogging Training will be delivered as the first course as it is a prerequisite to Basic Rigging Training. Courses may not run consecutively.
This course aims to give participants the necessary skills and knowledge to safely and efficiently undertake dogging work in a range of working environments.
On completion, candidates will be able to competently undertake
- a range of slinging techniques;
- select and inspect lifting gear and equipment;
- direct crane operators in the safe movement and placement of loads including out of view of the crane operator.
The course also covers:
- applicable legislations and standards;
- risk management procedures relating to lifting operations;
- crane types,
- uses and characteristics;
- crane set up and other elements of crane and dogging operations.
Rigging Basic Training
Basic Rigging (RB) is designed to give participants the necessary skills and knowledge to undertake Basic Rigging work safely and competently.
On completion, candidates will be able to undertake:
- steel erection;
- erect hoists (including mast climbing hoists);
- place pre-cast concrete;
- move plant and equipment using a variety of means including skates,
- chain blocks,
- tirfors and other means;
- install safety nets and static lines;
- install perimeter safety screens and shutters; and,
- install cantilever crane loading platforms.
Verification of Competency
Dogging and Basic Rigging Training Verification of Competencies can be delivered on-site and at our training facility. For more information, please contact the facility, or view our VOC page.
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Full payment for courses up to $1,500 must be made before the commencement of the course. For courses that cost over $1,500, Site Skills Training will hold an initial deposit of $1,500, with the balance to be paid upon commencement of the course.
Payment can be made via eftpos, cash or cheque. For billing information including who to write a cheque to, please email email@example.com or call 1300 700 080.
Log Book Requirements
In the absence of any evidence of relevant experience, toward informal training a Log book or other training record showing evidence you have undertaken supervised practical training under the direct supervision of a person holding the relevant licence are required in for high risk licence courses.
Log book hours or other training records are completed by the trainee and a qualified site supervisor to ensure skill gaps nominated by the Site Skills Trainer are closed out and verified before the applicant can be proposed for the Mandated Assessments.
If you are competent at the completion of your course you will complete the assessment and be awarded a Statement of attainment. For further information on the High Risk Licencing Process, please click here
Upon successful completion of these units a Statement of Attainment will be issued.
Please refer to our Refund Policy
Are you interested in this course? For more information about the course or how to apply, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 08 8947 5050 or you can Apply Online.
Dogging Training and Basic Rigging requires a Unique Student Identifier (USI) , you can still complete the training without a USI, though Site Skills Training is unable to provide you with your completion certificate until you provided us with your USI. To apply for a free USI visit the USI website or contact our facility.
Dogging Training is required by, and suitable for, those who intend to work with cranes of all varieties, and those who may require to dog loads with loadshifting equipment, within the Construction & Resource sectors
Basic Rigging is recommended for those who have dogging industry experience and intend to work with steel structures and equipment within the Resources and Construction industries; whether from a Sentry or Stand-by position
Training and assessment is conducted at the Site Skills Training facility 1 Campion Rd, East Arm, NT 0820. Upon arrangement, training and courses can be conducted on-site at the premises of industry clients providing there a suitable infrastructure and industry training facilities.
Although there are no set training prerequisites, NT WorkSafe will only issue a High Risk Work Licence to persons who meet the following criteria:
- The person successfully completes an approved VET course (for the class of licence being sought) with a Registered Training Organisation
- The person MUST be a resident of the Northern Territory, or
- The person MUST provide a letter from their employer that they are a Fly In / Fly Out worker on a Mine Site in the Northern Territory
Failure to meet these criteria will result in the person NOT being issued with a High Risk Work Licence in the Northern Territory.
Basic Rigging Training
Candidates must hold a valid Dogging High Risk Licence or Notice of Assessment
Applicants are only eligible to apply for a Work Safe NT Licence, once they are 18 years of age and have completed the final assessment. A High Risk Work (HRW) photographic licence is issued for a period of five (5) years starting on the date of issue of the first HRW licence class endorsed on the licence.
There is no recognition of prior learning for Dogging Training and Basic Rigging (RB).
Units of Competency
CPCCLDG3001A Licence to perform dogging
CPCCLRG3001A Licence to perform rigging basic
A dogging licence is a prerequisite to enrolment in Licence to Perform Rigging basic level. CPCCLDG3001A Licence to perform dogging can be credited towards the nationally recognised qualification CPC30511 Certificate III in Dogging.
Basic Rigging Training
Basic Rigging is a prerequisite to enrolment in Rigging Intermediate. CPCCLRG3001A Licence to perform rigging basic can be credited towards the nationally recognised qualification CPC30711 Certificate III in Rigging.
Trainees who successfully complete this unit of competency and attain a licence are able to work in the civil or resource industries as a dogger where the load is out of site of the crane/plant operator
A rigger who holds a basic rigging licence will able to perform the following duties onsite: movement of plant and equipment, steel erection, particular hoists, placement of pre -cast concrete, safety nets and static lines, mast climbers perimeter safety screens and shutters and cantilevered crane loading platforms. Sites may include civil, resources and mining.