Vehicle Loading Crane (>10m/tonnes)

$1,850.00

Vehicle Loading Crane (>10m/tonnes)
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Unit Code:Unit Name:
TLILIC0002Licence to operate a vehicle loading crane (capacity 10 metre tonnes and above)

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7:00am - 3:00pm
Brisbane
Jan 6 2020 - Jan 10 2020
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7:00am - 3:00pm
Brisbane
Feb 3 2020 - Feb 7 2020
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7:00am - 3:00pm
Brisbane
Mar 2 2020 - Mar 6 2020
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About this course

This unit specifies the skills and knowledge required to safely operate a vehicle loading crane with a capacity of 10 metre tonnes or more

Vehicle loading crane means a crane mounted on a vehicle for the purpose of loading and unloading the vehicle.

This unit applies to the activities of a person operating a vehicle loading crane with a capacity of 10 metre tonnes or more, and includes applying load estimation and slinging techniques to move a load.

A person performing this work is required to hold a vehicle loading crane high risk work (HRW) licence.

This unit requires a person operating vehicle loading crane to plan the work, conduct routine checks, set up the crane, shift loads in a safe manner and safely shut down and secure the crane.

Course Topics:

  • OHS legislation
  • Risks and Hazards
  • General inspection and preparation of work site requirements
  • PPE
  • Set up crane
  • Conduct routine checks
  • Transfer load
  • Travel crane
  • Carry out multiple crane lifts
  • Carry out operator maintenance
  • Shut down and secure crane

How to calculate the metre tonne rating of your Vehicle Loading Crane?

Vehicle loading cranes are rated in metre tonnes. This tends to cause some confusion amongst users. It is particularly important to understand the size requirements of your crane, because licensing requirements in Australia for vehicle loading cranes is determined by the rated capacity of the vehicle loading crane.

Vehicle loading cranes rated at 10 metre tonnes or above require a CV license to operate them.

So how is this rating determined?

To calculate the metre tonne rating of your crane, you need to:

  1. Refer to your crane’s load chart (located on the boom of the crane).
  2. Determine from the load chart the MAXIMUM LOAD (in Tonnes) your crane can lift at each particular RADIUS (In Metres).
  3. Multiply these 2 numbers together (Metres X Tonnes)
  4. If the answer is equal to or greater than 10, then you require a CV license to operate your Vehicle Loading Crane.

Example: Look at the load chart below from a knuckle boom crane.

Therefore: 3.1 metres x 5.2 tonne = 16.12 metre tonnes

This crane requires a High Risk Work (CV) license to operate it.

Course Training & Outcomes

Training & Mandatory Assessment

With successful completion of the training applicants and mandatory assessment applicants will be issued with an assessment summary (AS1) and Statement of Attainment (SOA) for the Unit of Competency:

TLILIC0002 Licence to operate a vehicle loading crane (capacity 10 metre tonnes and above)

Core Units of Competency

Course Code
Course Name
TLILIC0002
Licence to operate a vehicle loading crane (capacity 10 metre tonnes and above)

Core/Elective Units

Licence Application

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 $94.70 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.

What is a Vehicle Loading Crane?

A vehicle loading crane is a crane mounted on a vehicle for the purpose of loading and unloading the vehicle.

This licence class encompasses the use of vehicle loading cranes with a capacity of 10 metre tonnes or more including the application of load estimation and slinging techniques to move a load.

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*
  • Extensive range of plant equipment
  • Tax deduction for accredited training

*Except where required by the state safe work regulator 

 

Training Requirements & What To Bring

  • High Risk Work Licence assessments can only be undertaken at the age of 18 years or over
  • 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.
  • Applicants will be required to have a basic knowledge and understanding of the English language

Please bring the following to your course:

  • Current High Risk Work Licence (if applicable)
  • Photo ID i.e. Queensland or Interstate Driver’s Licence or Passport
  • Unique Student Identifier (USI) is required prior to course commencement – please bring USI number to course
  • Logbooks, Statements of Attainment or other training records (if applicable)

WH&S More Skills will provide all general training equipment i.e. notes, logbooks and training plans, calculators and pens. For dogging and rigging courses. whistles will also be supplied

Terms and Conditions

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We provide a range of funding options.

We service the construction, manufacturing, defence, transport, energy and mining industries, providing formal training and assessment, refresher courses and verifications of competency as well as on-site and off-site training solutions.