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TLILIC4011 Licence to operate a slewing mobile crane (over 100 tonnes)(superseded by and equivalent to TLILIC0015)

A Slewing mobile crane is a mobile crane that incorporates a boom or jib that can be slewed. This course would be relevant to the activities of a person operating a slewing mobile crane with a capacity over 100 tonnes. Operating this crane requires a High Risk Work Licence (HRWL) issued by Workplace Health and Safety QLD. The size and volume of the vehicle demands that it be handled by a trained and licensed person. Ascent Training Solutions has developed a high quality detailed training course that prepares you for the operation of a slewing mobile crane.

It is mandatory in Australia to hold a licence for the operation of cranes. To receive a High-Risk Work Licence, you must partake in recognised training, provided by a registered training organisation. You will be assessed on skills, knowledge and training using the relevant crane equipment under realistic working conditions.

This training course is based on the National Standard for Licensing Persons Performing High Risk Work in conjunction with Australia’s National Standard for persons conducting high risk work.

A slewing mobile crane is described as a mobile crane that uses a jib or a boom that can be slewed. This does not include backhoe, excavator, front end loader and other earth moving machinery for the operation of a crane.

This training course is delivered to ensure you have the knowledge and the skills necessary to conduct all operations using a slewing mobile crane over 100 tonnes for licensing purposes.

A person carrying out work in the operation of a slewing mobile crane with the capacity exceeding 100 tonnes is required to hold a C0 class High-Risk Work Licence (HRWL), issued by Workplace Health and Safety.

To operate a slewing crane up to 100 tonnes the operator must be able to conduct the following operations but not limited to;

  • Conduct routine checks, prior and post operation of the crane
  • Verify the calculated weight of the load
  • Receiving and interpreting workplace instructions, safety information, and emergency procedures
  • Capacity to lift and move loads to the safe working rated capacity whilst applying appropriate crane movements
  • Understanding and using communications signals
  • Sling adjustments; and
  • Shut down and secure the crane correctly

At Ascent Training Solutions, our highly skilled trainers will provide a high level of training to ensure that the participants on successful completion will have the correct knowledge and skills to carry out the above. Our highly detailed training course is taught through classroom based theory and hands on practical training at our easily accessible site located near Brisbane Airport.

The course outlines many aspects that include how to plan, prepare and conduct operations using a slewing crane up to 100 tonnes. The course outline covers the below and more;

  • The operation of a slewing crane (over 100 tonnes capacity) for lifting and moving loads.
  • Performance of effective communication skills such as whistling techniques & hand signaling
  • To operate all safety routine checks on the crane
  • Application of risk and hazard assessment control strategies
  • Identify problems and machinery faults and demonstrate correct response procedures
  • To carry out appropriate mathematical procedures to estimate and measure loads
  • To follow WHS standards and codes of practice in regards to the operation of a slewing crane over 100 tonnes
  • All procedures associated with the recording and reporting of workplace records

The Assessment is a combination of written theory, calculations & a practical assessment.

This training course provides the successful candidate with a Nationally recognised statement of attainment for the unit of competency TLILIC4011 Licence to operate a slewing mobile crane (over 100 tonnes) and eligibility to apply for a C0 Class High-Risk work licence that allows them to work in number of industries such as construction, mining, off shore drilling and more.

This is a 5-day course involving high-quality face to face training.

Onsite training and assessing is available at your company location. In such cases, we would conduct an inspection of the equipment that will be used to ensure the safety and conditions of the equipment is ideal for on-site training and meets the WHSQ requirements for assessment.

There are no pre-requisites for this course however, to undertake formal assessment and obtain a HRWL you must be at least 18 years of age and be proficient (read and write) with basic English.

You will also be required to produce 3 forms of identification which should include a current photo ID. ID requirements can be found at https://www.worksafe.qld.gov.au/licensing-and-registrations/work-health-and-safety-licences/apply-renew-or-replace-licences/evidence-of-identity ) We would also require the candidates to wear basic PPE such as hi-vis, safety helmet, boots (preferably steel capped) and wear sun protection during the training.

Any medical problems or health conditions are required to disclose before training commences.

A $200 non-refundable booking fee is to be paid prior to the course to secure your spot. Full course fee is to be paid prior to the commencement of formal assessment.

Payment plans are available through Humm formally known as Certegy Ezi-Pay, contact us for further details.

All payments can be made using Direct Debit, Visa, or Mastercard. In the case of a failed payment or dishonored transaction, the enrolment of the candidate will be suspended. In such cases, you can seek a transfer to another course.

You can find more information about our booking process, enrolment and payment policies in the student handbook.

Refund Policy

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Our focus is not limited to providing you with industry knowledge and developing the required skills. We ensure you have the confidence and capability to apply the knowledge and skills to real life high-risk jobs.

On successful completion:

  • You will be issued a Statement of Attainment for TLILIC4011 Licence to operate a slewing mobile crane (over 100 tonnes) making you eligible for a C0 class HRWL licence.
  • LHRW Assessment Summary – AS1 form to apply for your High Risk Work Licence through Workplace Health and Safety Queensland
  • Industry knowledge and skills to operate a slewing mobile crane over 100 tonnes.