The Certificate III in Rigging (CPC30711) program offered by WH&S More Skills is designed for participants who have prior rigging experience in the construction industry or other related industries. The duration of the program is tailored to each individual student and is dependent on your prior learning experiences. Students with no previous rigging experience can expect to complete their qualification over the duration of up to 12 months.
* this advertised course price assumes a standard training plan. Changes to this training plan (including additional elective units) may increase the course price.
What is Rigging?
Rigging work involves the use of mechanical load shifting equipment and associated gear to move, place or secure a load including plant, equipment or members of a structure to ensure the stability of those members. It also includes the setting up or dismantling of cranes or hoists. Rigging work does not include operation of the mechanical load shifting equipment.
The Certificate III in Rigging qualification includes as core units of competency, the Basic and Intermediate Rigging classes of high risk work.
Basic rigging - RB
A basic rigging licence encompass the requirements for a dogging licence. To apply for a basic rigging licence you must hold, or have previously passed assessment for, a dogging licence.
The scope of work for basic rigging includes:
- dogging work
- structural steel erection
- particular hoists
- placement of pre-cast concrete members of a structure
- safety nets and static lines
- mast climbers
- perimeter safety screens and shutters
- cantilevered crane loading platforms.
Intermediate rigging - RI
To perform intermediate rigging duties you need to have an Intermediate rigging - RI high risk work licence.
To apply for an intermediate rigging licence you must hold, or have previously passed assessment for, a dogging licence and basic rigging licence.
The scope of work for intermediate rigging includes:
- rigging work in the class Basic Rigging
- all hoists
- rigging of cranes, conveyors, dredges and excavators
- demolition of structures or plant
- dual lifts.
Units of Competency
To achieve this qualification, the candidate must demonstrate competency in:
15 units of competency:
- 11 core units
- 4 elective units*
CORE UNITS OF COMPETENCY
|Course Code||Course Name|
|CPCCCM1012A||Work effectively and sustainably in the construction industry|
|CPCCCM1013A||Plan and organise work|
|CPCCCM1014A||Conduct workplace communication|
|CPCCCM1015A||Carry out measurements and calculations|
|CPCCCM2001A||Read and interpret plans and specifications|
|CPCCCM3003A||Work safely around power sources, services and assets|
|CPCCOHS2001A||Apply OHS requirements, policies and procedures in the construction industry|
|CPCCCM3001C||Operate elevated work platforms|
|CPCCCM2010B||Work safely at heights|
|CPCCLRG3001A||Licence to perform rigging basic level|
|CPCCLRG3002A||Licence to perform rigging intermediate level|
ELECTIVE UNITS OF COMPETENCY
WH&S More Skills offer the following units of competency for students to select when completing their qualification. Students can select four from the list below.
|Course Code||Course Name|
|CPCCCM2007B||Use explosive power tools|
|CPCCCM3002A||Operate a truck mounted loading crane|
|CPCCLHS3001A**||Licence to operate a personnel and materials hoist|
|CPCCRI3012A||Perform basic rigging|
|CPCCRI3013A||Perform intermediate rigging|
|CPCCRI3014A||Perform advanced structural steel erection|
|CPCCLDG3001A**||Licence to perform dogging|
|TLILIC2001**||Licence to operate a forklift truck*|
*a maximum of one the four required elective units may be substituted by selecting relevant units of competency from any Certificate III or IV construction qualification or qualification in another endorsed Training Package*students can complete their Forklift licence on
**students can complete their Forklift, Personnel Hoist or Dogging licence on application, this will attract a higher course fee and can be discussed at the time of booking.
This qualification provides a trade outcome in rigging in the construction industry.
Occupational titles may include:
The qualification has core unit of competency requirements that cover common skills for the construction industry, as well as a specialist field of work.
The construction industry strongly affirms that training and assessment leading to recognition of skills must be undertaken in a real or very closely simulated workplace environment and this qualification requires all units of competency to be delivered in this context.
The training facilities are comfortable air conditioned with modern training aids. Tea and coffee making facilities are provided as well as fridges and a microwave for participants to use. There are several takeaway lunch spots of good quality within a kilometre. Lunch is not provided with the training.
Students have direct access to all the necessary plant required for the relevant course i.e. Cranes, EWP, Forklifts and Scaffold.
The Construction Training Centre offers a free car park for all students and visitors, as well as a cafe onsite.
On-site Training & Group Bookings
We also offer onsite training as well as group booking options at our training facilities.
Onsite training and group bookings provide the advantage of being able to choose the course dates as it is suitable for you and your employees.
For more information contact us on (07) 3183 0000 or send an email enquiry.