Face-to-face duration: 5 days (4 days training and 1 day assessment)
Times: 7:00am – 3:00pm
Class size: up to max 8 students
Assessment type: Theory and practical
Dogging licence courses are also conducted as a Night Course. Please contact us for further information.
Unit/s of competency:
|Course Code||Course Name|
|CPCCLDG3001A||Licence to perform dogging|
All Nationally Recognised Training is GST Exempt
What is Dogging?
Dogging covers work in conjunction with cranes such as the use of slinging techniques, selection and inspection of lifting gear and/or the directing of the crane operator in the movement of the loads. The dogging licence is the first step and is a prerequisite to obtaining the basic rigging licence.
What is a Dogging Licence?
A high risk work licence for dogging (class DG) is required by anyone who applies slinging techniques to a load, which includes:
- calculating safe angles for slings or chains
- selecting the type of sling or chain to be used
- selecting the correct method to secure the load
- selecting the safe method to lift or turn the load
- checking the conditions of lifting gear for wear and tear.
A DG licence is also required by anyone directing the operator of a crane or hoist in the movement of a load when the load is out of the view of the operator.
This unit specifies the outcomes required to perform slinging techniques, including the selection and inspection of lifting gear and/or the directing of the crane operator in the movement of the load when the load is out of view of the crane/ operator for licensing purposes.
This unit covers the scope of work to demonstrate competency in the application of slinging techniques, selection and inspection of lifting gear and/or the directing of the crane/ operator in the movement of the load.
This unit is based upon the National Standard for Licensing Persons Performing High Risk Work.
This unit in its current form meets state and territory licensing requirements. Any alteration will result in a unit which is not acceptable to regulators for the purpose of licensing.
Why train with us?
- Large variety of funding options available:
- CSQ Short Course
- BERT Training Fund
- We do not cancel courses due to low numbers*
- We include RII units
- Extensive range of plant equipment
- Tax deduction for accredited training
*Except where required by the state safe work regulator
- WHS legislation
- Risk and hazards
- General inspection and preparation of work site requirements
- Handle and use dogging tools
- Plan and prepare job
- Select and inspect equipment
- Prepare site and equipment
- Perform tasks including slinging and shifting loads
- Dismantle and inspect load shifting equipment
- Clean up including tools maintenance and storage
- Apply WHS requirements and procedures
Course Training & Outcomes
With successful completion of the training, applicants will be issued with a Statement of Attainment (SOA’s) for:
RIIHAN208D Perform dogging
With successful completion of the mandatory assessments, applicants will be issued with an Assessment Summary (AS1) and Statement of Attainment (SOA) for the Unit of Competency:
CPCCLDG3001A Licence to perform dogging
Successful completion of all assessments during this course will enable participants to IMMEDIATELY make application for a High Risk Work licence class: Licence to Perform Dogging.
Successful applicants will receive an assessment summary (AS1) from the accredited assessor and a Statement of Attainment from WH&S More Skills. Applicants need to complete the online application for a new Queensland HRW Licence on the Worksafe QLD website. This must be done within 60 days of successfully completing the practical assessment. The application fee is $91.50 and payable at the time of your application.
Students should retain their AS1 and proof of payment as evidence that they can lawfully perform work in the relevant class of High Risk, pending a decision on your application. Upon lodgement, enquiries regarding your application should be directed to Workplace Health and Safety QLD on phone 1300 369 915.
Training requirements and what to bring
- High Risk Work Licence assessments can only be undertaken at the age of 18 years or over
- All current High Risk Work Licences
- Logbooks recording high risk work hours under supervision (if available)
- Unique Student Identifier (USI) is required prior to course commencement – please bring number to course.
- Photo ID i.e. Queensland or Interstate Driver’s Licence or Passport
- Applicants will be required to have a basic knowledge and understanding of the English language
- PPE must be worn by students attending the course on all occasions. This includes steel cap boots, long pants, long sleeves, (high vis shirt if possible otherwise long sleeves with a high vis vest) and a safety hard hat. For dogging, rigging & scaffolding courses, students are required to bring gloves and safety glasses.
WH&S More Skills will provide whistles as well as the general training equipment, notes, logbook and training plans, calculators and pens.
Terms and Conditions
Please go here to read our complete Terms and Conditions and Refunds & Cancellations policy.
Our 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 kilometer. 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.