ELEVATED WORK PLATFORM COURSES

TLILIC0013 LICENCE TO OPERATE SLEWING MOBILE CRANE

This course identifies the skills and knowledge required to safely operate a slewing mobile crane up to 60 tonnes, in accordance with all relevant legislative responsibilities.


COURSE OVERVIEW:

Students will be able to identify the safety requirements for a slewing crane of between 20 to 60 tonne capacity and working environments as well as being able to apply a working knowledge of the OH&S and regulatory requirements in accordance with Worksafe standards. This course is mandatory for anyone who wishes to operate a slewing mobile crane with a maximum rated capacity of up to 60 tonnes. A person undertaking this course must also hold a current High Risk Work Licence to perform Dogging.

Students must hold a current HRW Licence to perform Dogging. Students must also be able to use the English language at a level that enables the safe performance of high risk work. Students are required to have general good health and fitness and any pre-existing medical conditions that will affect the training must be disclosed prior to attending.

All resources are supplied by AIO including trainees guide, workbook, resource materials, assessment paperwork and administrative documentation. To obtain a Victorian Worksafe Licence, applicants must reside in Victoria or, if they reside elsewhere, have a valid reason for obtaining the licence in Victoria.

Training and assessment delivered on behalf of Go Workplace Training RTO 22464.


DURATION:

Approximately 8 hours of face-to-face training across four days


COURSE LOCATION:

Delivery of this course can take place either at training venues in Clayton, Victoria or on-site at your business for groups of four or more.


COST:

$2,500 per student

Terms and conditions, as well as information around payment and refunds are available upon request.

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Grant Savari

  • CEO of AIO Group

    With over a decade of experience in the labour hire industry and appointed as Chairman of the Labour Hire Group Victoria in 2019, Grant’s reach is extensive. With years of managerial experience to his name, he has the practical knowledge and ability to ensure business growth year on year.

    In today’s demanding environment, he has a constant knack for thinking outside the box to implement creative solutions for complex challenges. Rising through the ranks from Operations Supervisor, to Operations Manager and then to General Manager, Grant understands what it takes for a business to thrive in today’s highly competitive market. He also has a natural ability to develop and maintain strong rapport with many clients as well as the ever-growing AIO staff.

    As a Richmond Football Club man through and through, Grant bleeds yellow and black and in winter you will find him wherever the Tigers are (home or away). Then in the summer, Grant switches his attention to the cricket. However, all year round, he enjoys spending time with family and friends.