CPPCLDG3001A Licence to Perform Dogging
What makes us different?
GL Training has been delivering quality training to the Gold Coast and Northern Rivers communities since 2014. Our innovative approach to training has led us to offer different course structures, by breaking down old barriers of traditional training methods allowing us to develop a training plan for your individual experience level and learning ability.
Our dogging program is delivered by our team of current industry experts from general crane hire, telecommunications rigging, construction, mining and infrastructure industries. Dogging is such a diverse industry, our vastly experienced team will give you a wide variety of real life training to prepare you for the real world in the crane industry.
GL Training is a proud recipient of Construction Skills Queensland (CSQ) funding. To check your eligibility please call us on (07) 5576 5733.
**Our Dogging program is only available for group bookings of 4 or more students**
Course Details 5 day program
- CPCCLDG3001A – Licence to perform Dogging
- Duration – 4 days training, 1 day assessment
- Price – $950
- Mixture of theory and practical training
- Trainers aid available for students requiring additional support
- Real world training scenarios to assist you in becoming job ready
High Risk Work Licence requirements
- 18 years of age or older
- Read and write English and complete math’s to an intermediate level
- 3 forms of Identity as per State Regulator requirements – Click here for details
- Licence application fee of $96.80 payable to WHSQ – application must be made within 60 days upon successful completion
- Must be renewed every 5 years within 365 days of expiry date
GL Training requirements
- Must have a valid USI Number – Click here to find your USI
- Must have enclosed footwear
- Must have high vis vest, riggers gloves and hard hat
- Must have the necessary health and fitness to carry out the work safely
- Must arrive and be ready for course to start at 07:00am
What is covered in this course?
Identification of lift points
Selection and inspection of lifting gear and equipment
Use of various lifting devices such as: dogs, chain’s, soft slings, lifting cages, stillages
Understanding crane capacity and stability
Understanding capacity reduction in relation to slinging techniques
Calculation of lifting gear capacity
Relevant Australian Standards, Legislation and Regulations
Codes of Practice
Work requirements, safety information and procedures
Hazards identification and control
Communication, Hand Signals, Radio and Whistles
Attaching tag lines, knots, bends and hitches
Slinging and moving of loads
Load movement and placement, effect of boom deflection
Licence to perform Dogging