C6 CRANE COURSE
C6 CRANE COURSE
*for students eligible for funding under the Construction Skills Queensland (CSQ) program initiative
Courses available weekly
TLILIC0013 Licence to operate a slewing mobile crane (up to 60 tonnes)
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 of up to 60 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 demand 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.
The purpose of the ‘C6 training course’ is to provide you with the skills and knowledge to operate a Slewing Mobile Crane with the capacity of up to 60 tonnes, in conjunction with Safe Work Australia’s National Standard for Licensing Persons conducting high risk work.
This training in its current form, meets the criteria stated in the state and territory licencing and unit of competency requirements.
A Slewing mobile crane is defined as a mobile crane that incorporates a boom or jib that can be slewed. It does not include front end loader, excavator, back hoe or alternative earth moving machinery when configured for the operation of a crane.
This course would be relevant to the activities of a person operating a slewing mobile crane with a capacity up to 60 tonnes. To conduct the operations of this type of crane, you are required to hold a High-Risk Work Licence (HRWL) issued by Work Place 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 will confidently prepare you for the operation of a slewing mobile crane.
The training course covers many aspects that include; how to plan, prepare, and operate a slewing mobile crane of up to 60 tonnes. The following aspects are taught through written and practical teachings at our on-site training facility at Pinkenba in Brisbane Queensland.
- Conducting crane check-ups, both before and after the start
- Setting up the crane
- Hazards and risks associated with all aspects of operation
- Carrying out crane lifts
- Transferring loads
- Conducting operator maintenance on crane
- Transferring Loads
- Load calculations and movements
- Process of shutting down the crane
- Conducting regular post-operational checks
All elements of this course are extremely important to successfully operate a mobile slewing crane up to 60t and obtain not only the unit of competency, but a High Risk Work Licence on successful completion of the course.
The successful candidate will be able to conduct and have knowledge of the below:
- Record and maintain information accurately relating to all crane procedures and operations.
- Use of effective communication techniques in the workplace that include hand signalling and whistles.
- Use Effective interpersonal communication skills with other personnel in the workplace.
- Load appropriate data.
- Conduct operations using a slewing mobile crane up to 60t for elevating and moving loads in a safe manner.
- Application of Risk assessments and hazard control strategies.
- Interpret the crane manufacturers data and specifications that include load charts to ensure that the crane can be configured for the load.
- To ensure problems and equipment faults are verified and dealt with in an appropriate manner.
On successful completion of the course, you will be issued with a nationally recognised statement of attainment which enables you to be eligible to apply for the HRWL licence through Workplace Health and Safety Queensland (WHSQ).
This unit contains employability skills. The licenced training enables a trained operator to gain employment in a variety of industries such as mining, construction, offshore drilling and more. This invaluable training is also a great stepping stone for moving up to operating cranes with larger capacity.
This is a 5-day course involving high-quality face to face training at our training facility in Pinkenba, QLD.
Onsite training and assessing is available at your company location. However, 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.
“You must hold a valid Dogging (DG) High-Risk Work Licence or Statement of attainment for the licence to perform dogging operations. To undertake formal assessment and obtain an 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 here 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 disclosed 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, contact us for further details.
All payments can be made using Direct Debit, Visa, or Mastercard. In the case of a failed payment or dishonoured 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 student handbook.
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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 TLILIC0013 Licence to operate a slewing mobile crane (up to 60 tonnes) making you eligible for a C6 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 up to 60 tonnes.
Subsidies are available for eligible candidates through Construction Skills Queensland (CSQ). CSQ is an independent industry-funded body supporting employers, workers, apprentices and career seekers in the building and construction industry. CSQ provides funding for QLD based eligible workers as specified in the Building and Construction industry (portable Log Service Leave Act 1991 More information regarding subsidised training courses and eligibility can be found here For further information you can contact us on (07) 5658 0040 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org