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CPCCLDG3001 Licence to Perform Dogging - Ingleburn, Sydney

Welcome to CPCCLDG3001 License to perform dogging. This is a class DG high-risk work licence.

This unit outlines the skills and knowledge needed to safely perform dogging.

Dogging is the application of slinging to move a heavy load. This includes the selection and inspection lifting gear and the direction of a plant operator when the load is not visible.

In the construction industry, and other industries that use cranes or hoists to lift and move loads, dogging work is performed.

After successfully completing the learning activity, the trainer and assessor assesses participants to determine whether they are ready to take their licensing exam, which will be conducted by the HRW Assessor.

Participants who complete the riggers course will be able to use mechanical load shifting equipment to secure, move and place loads.

Participants will be trained on the following areas:

  • Plan task.
  • Selecting equipment and inspecting it
  • Set tasks up
  • Perform dogging tasks
  • Complete Tasks: Pack and Clean Up

The OHS.com.au & Kallibr training A dvantage

  • Our clients value the quality of our training because our sites are a replica of real construction sites.
  • Convenience: We offer a wide range of public courses and can also conduct private courses on your site.
  • Experience - Our trainers have a wealth of practical experience and are typically from the industry. This is crucial for high-risk work environments.

Where will the course be held in Sydney?

Training Provider: Kallibr Training (RTO 32365)

Location: Onsite training (Face to face)

Course length: 35 hours (Approx. 5 Days (4 days training plus 1 day assessment)

Certification / Accreditation: Nationally Recognised Statement of Attainment

Prerequisite: Nil but you will also need a white card to enter a work site

Kallibr Training is operating from Sydney's largest construction training centre.

It is a licenced, insured and accredited RTO (32365). All the instructors have completed their Certificate IV in Training and Assessment and are highly experienced, vocational trainers.

This fully equipped facility is designed to provide the highest quality training. The training facility is located in Ingleburn, offering a large array of equipment, structures and plant for construction, high-risk training, and access.

The Kallibr Training Centre is located at 3a Williamson Rd, Ingleburn NSW 2565

Background - Do you use advanced tactics for successful dogging operations?

Like any other operation, dogging also requires a strategy to ensure success.

You can take your dogging operation to the next level by implementing advanced techniques and tactics.

Essential Skills for Effective Dog Training

Communication skills are essential

  1. Communication between team members should be clear and concise.

  2. Ensure safety and efficiency at work.

  3. Effectively communicating instructions, warnings and signals.

Spatial awareness and risk assessments:

  1. Understanding and applying load charts.

  2. Understanding the dynamics of different loads

  3. Anticipating potential hazards.

  4. Making informed decisions to minimize risks.

  5. Maintaining safety standards when lifting is required.

Keen observation and environmental evaluation:

  1. Consider factors such as the wind speed and terrain conditions.

  2. Assessing the proximity of other workers and structures.

  3. Assuring safe operation of lifts

  4. Experience and continuous training are the best ways to develop skills.

Workforce Training and certification:

  1. Training on lifting techniques, equipment operation and regulations.

  2. Programs that validate skills and knowledge.

  3. Equipping employees to deal with job challenges effectively.

Plan and execute complex lifts:

  1. Lift plans should be detailed to ensure safety and efficiency.

  2. Risk assessments are used to identify potential hazards.

  3. Communication between team members should be open and transparent.

  4. Employing experienced personnel with specialised tools.

  5. Use simulation software to simulate virtual practice runs.

  6. Identifying and optimising lifts plans before the actual execution.

  7. Technological advancements can increase safety and efficiency.

Dogging Licence in NSW

Anyone who uses slinging methods to move a load (including:

  1. Calculating the safe angle of a sling or a chain.

  2. Selecting the type or chain of sling to be used.

  3. The correct method of securing the load.

  4. Choose the safest method to lift and turn the load.

  5. Checking lifting gear for wear.

Anyone who directs the operator of a hoist or crane to move a load out of sight of the operator is required to have a DG licence.

What will you learn?

  1. Interpret and obtain information, such as safe work method statements (SWMSs), to ensure that all activities are performed in accordance with workplace-specific safety requirements.

  2. Interpret and obtain information to ensure that equipment use, inspection, maintenance, and storage comply with manufacturer requirements.

  3. Identify hazards specific to the workplace and tasks and determine necessary risk controls, safety measures, and equipment. This includes signs and barricades as well as personal protective equipment (PPE) and fall prevention/fall arrest equipment.

  4. Select fall prevention and arrest equipment and other risk control equipment. Check that it is in good working order and meets its intended purpose.

  5. Select and check PPE.

  6. Select lifting gear and equipment, inspect for defects and isolate, tag-out, report and record any defective items.

  7. Check that the communication equipment is in good working order and can be used.

  8. Directly plant designated lifting hook, over the centre of gravity of the load.

  9. Attach and secure lifting gear and equipment to the load by using slinging techniques.

  10. Attach and secure the tag line to guide the load.

  11. Use radio communication and signals to direct the movement of the load, even if the operator is not in sight.

  12. Test lift the load to ensure the safety of the slings, the stability of the lifting equipment and gear.

  13. Direct the movement of the loads in accordance with the lift plan, including lowering the load and landing.

  14. Store lifting equipment and gear according to workplace requirements.

  15. Remove safety equipment and risk controls.

Upon successful completion of this course, student will be awarded a Statement of Attainment and therefore the ability to apply for a High-Risk Work Licence to Perform Dogging Work by SafeWork NSW. 

Course outcomes 

  • Statement of Attainment which is Nationally Recognised
  • Apply for a DG licence.
  • Basic dogging skills to safely install and dismantle equipment or structures.
  • Credit towards a full qualification.
  • You can apply for a basic dogging` licence if you have the required skills.
  • Continue your education and improve your career prospects with these strong pathways.

Entry requirements

  • A valid dogging licence.
  • Reached 18 years of age to sit the SafeWork NSW assessment.
  • A general construction induction card (commonly known as a white card).
  • Proof of residential address
  • 100 points for identification for the SafeWork assessment.
  • Students will need to have a basic understanding and knowledge of English.
  • All students must wear full Personal Protective Equipment. 
  • Steel cap boots, long trousers, long sleeves (high visibility shirt if available, otherwise long sleeved with a high-vis vest), and a safety hardhat are all required.
  • Students are required to wear safety glasses and gloves for dogging, scaffolding, and rigging courses.
  • Where applicable, logbooks recording hours of high-risk work under supervision will also be provided.

HOW TO APPLY FOR YOUR NEW HIGH RISK LICENCE IN NSW

The application must be submitted within 60 days after the successful completion of the practical assessment. 

You can read the rules about applying for a High Risk Work Licence in NSW here.

  • Complete your training and be deemed competent
  • Complete your application for National Licence to Perform High Risk Work which will be given to you by the RTO and their approved SafeWork NSW Assessor
  • You also need your Notice of Satisfactory Assessment (N5 form  again provided to you by the RTO approved assessor). This is the original orange and white copy.
  • Provide list of 100 points of ID
  • A photo (passport quality) with your details written on the back
  • Previous licence if you have it
  • Go to a participating Australia Post office and apply
  • There are fees and charges applicable. See here 

You can call SafeWork NSW on 131050 if you have any further questions. Renewals can be done online providing it is not more than 12 months expired. 

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Description

Welcome to CPCCLDG3001 License to perform dogging. This is a class DG high-risk work licence.

This unit outlines the skills and knowledge needed to safely perform dogging.

Dogging is the application of slinging to move a heavy load. This includes the selection and inspection lifting gear and the direction of a plant operator when the load is not visible.

In the construction industry, and other industries that use cranes or hoists to lift and move loads, dogging work is performed.

After successfully completing the learning activity, the trainer and assessor assesses participants to determine whether they are ready to take their licensing exam, which will be conducted by the HRW Assessor.

Participants who complete the riggers course will be able to use mechanical load shifting equipment to secure, move and place loads.

Participants will be trained on the following areas:

  • Plan task.
  • Selecting equipment and inspecting it
  • Set tasks up
  • Perform dogging tasks
  • Complete Tasks: Pack and Clean Up

The OHS.com.au & Kallibr training A dvantage

  • Our clients value the quality of our training because our sites are a replica of real construction sites.
  • Convenience: We offer a wide range of public courses and can also conduct private courses on your site.
  • Experience - Our trainers have a wealth of practical experience and are typically from the industry. This is crucial for high-risk work environments.

Where will the course be held in Sydney?

Training Provider: Kallibr Training (RTO 32365)

Location: Onsite training (Face to face)

Course length: 35 hours (Approx. 5 Days (4 days training plus 1 day assessment)

Certification / Accreditation: Nationally Recognised Statement of Attainment

Prerequisite: Nil but you will also need a white card to enter a work site

Kallibr Training is operating from Sydney's largest construction training centre.

It is a licenced, insured and accredited RTO (32365). All the instructors have completed their Certificate IV in Training and Assessment and are highly experienced, vocational trainers.

This fully equipped facility is designed to provide the highest quality training. The training facility is located in Ingleburn, offering a large array of equipment, structures and plant for construction, high-risk training, and access.

The Kallibr Training Centre is located at 3a Williamson Rd, Ingleburn NSW 2565

Background - Do you use advanced tactics for successful dogging operations?

Like any other operation, dogging also requires a strategy to ensure success.

You can take your dogging operation to the next level by implementing advanced techniques and tactics.

Essential Skills for Effective Dog Training

Communication skills are essential

  1. Communication between team members should be clear and concise.

  2. Ensure safety and efficiency at work.

  3. Effectively communicating instructions, warnings and signals.

Spatial awareness and risk assessments:

  1. Understanding and applying load charts.

  2. Understanding the dynamics of different loads

  3. Anticipating potential hazards.

  4. Making informed decisions to minimize risks.

  5. Maintaining safety standards when lifting is required.

Keen observation and environmental evaluation:

  1. Consider factors such as the wind speed and terrain conditions.

  2. Assessing the proximity of other workers and structures.

  3. Assuring safe operation of lifts

  4. Experience and continuous training are the best ways to develop skills.

Workforce Training and certification:

  1. Training on lifting techniques, equipment operation and regulations.

  2. Programs that validate skills and knowledge.

  3. Equipping employees to deal with job challenges effectively.

Plan and execute complex lifts:

  1. Lift plans should be detailed to ensure safety and efficiency.

  2. Risk assessments are used to identify potential hazards.

  3. Communication between team members should be open and transparent.

  4. Employing experienced personnel with specialised tools.

  5. Use simulation software to simulate virtual practice runs.

  6. Identifying and optimising lifts plans before the actual execution.

  7. Technological advancements can increase safety and efficiency.

Dogging Licence in NSW

Anyone who uses slinging methods to move a load (including:

  1. Calculating the safe angle of a sling or a chain.

  2. Selecting the type or chain of sling to be used.

  3. The correct method of securing the load.

  4. Choose the safest method to lift and turn the load.

  5. Checking lifting gear for wear.

Anyone who directs the operator of a hoist or crane to move a load out of sight of the operator is required to have a DG licence.

What will you learn?

  1. Interpret and obtain information, such as safe work method statements (SWMSs), to ensure that all activities are performed in accordance with workplace-specific safety requirements.

  2. Interpret and obtain information to ensure that equipment use, inspection, maintenance, and storage comply with manufacturer requirements.

  3. Identify hazards specific to the workplace and tasks and determine necessary risk controls, safety measures, and equipment. This includes signs and barricades as well as personal protective equipment (PPE) and fall prevention/fall arrest equipment.

  4. Select fall prevention and arrest equipment and other risk control equipment. Check that it is in good working order and meets its intended purpose.

  5. Select and check PPE.

  6. Select lifting gear and equipment, inspect for defects and isolate, tag-out, report and record any defective items.

  7. Check that the communication equipment is in good working order and can be used.

  8. Directly plant designated lifting hook, over the centre of gravity of the load.

  9. Attach and secure lifting gear and equipment to the load by using slinging techniques.

  10. Attach and secure the tag line to guide the load.

  11. Use radio communication and signals to direct the movement of the load, even if the operator is not in sight.

  12. Test lift the load to ensure the safety of the slings, the stability of the lifting equipment and gear.

  13. Direct the movement of the loads in accordance with the lift plan, including lowering the load and landing.

  14. Store lifting equipment and gear according to workplace requirements.

  15. Remove safety equipment and risk controls.

Upon successful completion of this course, student will be awarded a Statement of Attainment and therefore the ability to apply for a High-Risk Work Licence to Perform Dogging Work by SafeWork NSW. 

Course outcomes 

  • Statement of Attainment which is Nationally Recognised
  • Apply for a DG licence.
  • Basic dogging skills to safely install and dismantle equipment or structures.
  • Credit towards a full qualification.
  • You can apply for a basic dogging` licence if you have the required skills.
  • Continue your education and improve your career prospects with these strong pathways.

Entry requirements

  • A valid dogging licence.
  • Reached 18 years of age to sit the SafeWork NSW assessment.
  • A general construction induction card (commonly known as a white card).
  • Proof of residential address
  • 100 points for identification for the SafeWork assessment.
  • Students will need to have a basic understanding and knowledge of English.
  • All students must wear full Personal Protective Equipment. 
  • Steel cap boots, long trousers, long sleeves (high visibility shirt if available, otherwise long sleeved with a high-vis vest), and a safety hardhat are all required.
  • Students are required to wear safety glasses and gloves for dogging, scaffolding, and rigging courses.
  • Where applicable, logbooks recording hours of high-risk work under supervision will also be provided.

HOW TO APPLY FOR YOUR NEW HIGH RISK LICENCE IN NSW

The application must be submitted within 60 days after the successful completion of the practical assessment. 

You can read the rules about applying for a High Risk Work Licence in NSW here.

  • Complete your training and be deemed competent
  • Complete your application for National Licence to Perform High Risk Work which will be given to you by the RTO and their approved SafeWork NSW Assessor
  • You also need your Notice of Satisfactory Assessment (N5 form  again provided to you by the RTO approved assessor). This is the original orange and white copy.
  • Provide list of 100 points of ID
  • A photo (passport quality) with your details written on the back
  • Previous licence if you have it
  • Go to a participating Australia Post office and apply
  • There are fees and charges applicable. See here 

You can call SafeWork NSW on 131050 if you have any further questions. Renewals can be done online providing it is not more than 12 months expired. 

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CPCCLDG3001 Licence to Perform Dogging - Ingleburn, Sydney

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    ADDITIONAL EXTRA BONUSES with OHS.com.au

    Claim up to $1271.95 worth of Extra Bonuses
    with every purchase

    • Your personal copy of Safety Legends E-Book (value $39.95)
    • $100 off your first case from Naked Wines (value $100)
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    • Complimentary Access to two online courses** (value $132)
    $1271.95 EXTRA VALUE - JUST FOR YOU INSIDE!
    * New customers when you successfully sign up for a new personal / business credit card ** Indigenous Cultural Awareness / Impacts of Climate Change courses

    Description

    Welcome to CPCCLDG3001 License to perform dogging. This is a class DG high-risk work licence.

    This unit outlines the skills and knowledge needed to safely perform dogging.

    Dogging is the application of slinging to move a heavy load. This includes the selection and inspection lifting gear and the direction of a plant operator when the load is not visible.

    In the construction industry, and other industries that use cranes or hoists to lift and move loads, dogging work is performed.

    After successfully completing the learning activity, the trainer and assessor assesses participants to determine whether they are ready to take their licensing exam, which will be conducted by the HRW Assessor.

    Participants who complete the riggers course will be able to use mechanical load shifting equipment to secure, move and place loads.

    Participants will be trained on the following areas:

    • Plan task.
    • Selecting equipment and inspecting it
    • Set tasks up
    • Perform dogging tasks
    • Complete Tasks: Pack and Clean Up

    The OHS.com.au & Kallibr training A dvantage

    • Our clients value the quality of our training because our sites are a replica of real construction sites.
    • Convenience: We offer a wide range of public courses and can also conduct private courses on your site.
    • Experience - Our trainers have a wealth of practical experience and are typically from the industry. This is crucial for high-risk work environments.

    Where will the course be held in Sydney?

    Training Provider: Kallibr Training (RTO 32365)

    Location: Onsite training (Face to face)

    Course length: 35 hours (Approx. 5 Days (4 days training plus 1 day assessment)

    Certification / Accreditation: Nationally Recognised Statement of Attainment

    Prerequisite: Nil but you will also need a white card to enter a work site

    Kallibr Training is operating from Sydney's largest construction training centre.

    It is a licenced, insured and accredited RTO (32365). All the instructors have completed their Certificate IV in Training and Assessment and are highly experienced, vocational trainers.

    This fully equipped facility is designed to provide the highest quality training. The training facility is located in Ingleburn, offering a large array of equipment, structures and plant for construction, high-risk training, and access.

    The Kallibr Training Centre is located at 3a Williamson Rd, Ingleburn NSW 2565

    Background - Do you use advanced tactics for successful dogging operations?

    Like any other operation, dogging also requires a strategy to ensure success.

    You can take your dogging operation to the next level by implementing advanced techniques and tactics.

    Essential Skills for Effective Dog Training

    Communication skills are essential

    1. Communication between team members should be clear and concise.

    2. Ensure safety and efficiency at work.

    3. Effectively communicating instructions, warnings and signals.

    Spatial awareness and risk assessments:

    1. Understanding and applying load charts.

    2. Understanding the dynamics of different loads

    3. Anticipating potential hazards.

    4. Making informed decisions to minimize risks.

    5. Maintaining safety standards when lifting is required.

    Keen observation and environmental evaluation:

    1. Consider factors such as the wind speed and terrain conditions.

    2. Assessing the proximity of other workers and structures.

    3. Assuring safe operation of lifts

    4. Experience and continuous training are the best ways to develop skills.

    Workforce Training and certification:

    1. Training on lifting techniques, equipment operation and regulations.

    2. Programs that validate skills and knowledge.

    3. Equipping employees to deal with job challenges effectively.

    Plan and execute complex lifts:

    1. Lift plans should be detailed to ensure safety and efficiency.

    2. Risk assessments are used to identify potential hazards.

    3. Communication between team members should be open and transparent.

    4. Employing experienced personnel with specialised tools.

    5. Use simulation software to simulate virtual practice runs.

    6. Identifying and optimising lifts plans before the actual execution.

    7. Technological advancements can increase safety and efficiency.

    Dogging Licence in NSW

    Anyone who uses slinging methods to move a load (including:

    1. Calculating the safe angle of a sling or a chain.

    2. Selecting the type or chain of sling to be used.

    3. The correct method of securing the load.

    4. Choose the safest method to lift and turn the load.

    5. Checking lifting gear for wear.

    Anyone who directs the operator of a hoist or crane to move a load out of sight of the operator is required to have a DG licence.

    What will you learn?

    1. Interpret and obtain information, such as safe work method statements (SWMSs), to ensure that all activities are performed in accordance with workplace-specific safety requirements.

    2. Interpret and obtain information to ensure that equipment use, inspection, maintenance, and storage comply with manufacturer requirements.

    3. Identify hazards specific to the workplace and tasks and determine necessary risk controls, safety measures, and equipment. This includes signs and barricades as well as personal protective equipment (PPE) and fall prevention/fall arrest equipment.

    4. Select fall prevention and arrest equipment and other risk control equipment. Check that it is in good working order and meets its intended purpose.

    5. Select and check PPE.

    6. Select lifting gear and equipment, inspect for defects and isolate, tag-out, report and record any defective items.

    7. Check that the communication equipment is in good working order and can be used.

    8. Directly plant designated lifting hook, over the centre of gravity of the load.

    9. Attach and secure lifting gear and equipment to the load by using slinging techniques.

    10. Attach and secure the tag line to guide the load.

    11. Use radio communication and signals to direct the movement of the load, even if the operator is not in sight.

    12. Test lift the load to ensure the safety of the slings, the stability of the lifting equipment and gear.

    13. Direct the movement of the loads in accordance with the lift plan, including lowering the load and landing.

    14. Store lifting equipment and gear according to workplace requirements.

    15. Remove safety equipment and risk controls.

    Upon successful completion of this course, student will be awarded a Statement of Attainment and therefore the ability to apply for a High-Risk Work Licence to Perform Dogging Work by SafeWork NSW. 

    Course outcomes 

    • Statement of Attainment which is Nationally Recognised
    • Apply for a DG licence.
    • Basic dogging skills to safely install and dismantle equipment or structures.
    • Credit towards a full qualification.
    • You can apply for a basic dogging` licence if you have the required skills.
    • Continue your education and improve your career prospects with these strong pathways.

    Entry requirements

    • A valid dogging licence.
    • Reached 18 years of age to sit the SafeWork NSW assessment.
    • A general construction induction card (commonly known as a white card).
    • Proof of residential address
    • 100 points for identification for the SafeWork assessment.
    • Students will need to have a basic understanding and knowledge of English.
    • All students must wear full Personal Protective Equipment. 
    • Steel cap boots, long trousers, long sleeves (high visibility shirt if available, otherwise long sleeved with a high-vis vest), and a safety hardhat are all required.
    • Students are required to wear safety glasses and gloves for dogging, scaffolding, and rigging courses.
    • Where applicable, logbooks recording hours of high-risk work under supervision will also be provided.

    HOW TO APPLY FOR YOUR NEW HIGH RISK LICENCE IN NSW

    The application must be submitted within 60 days after the successful completion of the practical assessment. 

    You can read the rules about applying for a High Risk Work Licence in NSW here.

    • Complete your training and be deemed competent
    • Complete your application for National Licence to Perform High Risk Work which will be given to you by the RTO and their approved SafeWork NSW Assessor
    • You also need your Notice of Satisfactory Assessment (N5 form  again provided to you by the RTO approved assessor). This is the original orange and white copy.
    • Provide list of 100 points of ID
    • A photo (passport quality) with your details written on the back
    • Previous licence if you have it
    • Go to a participating Australia Post office and apply
    • There are fees and charges applicable. See here 

    You can call SafeWork NSW on 131050 if you have any further questions. Renewals can be done online providing it is not more than 12 months expired. 

    • Money Back Guarantee
    • Save Time & Money
    • Tax Deductible
    • 1000's Trained Each Month
    • Quality-Focused
    • Peer Reviewed Courses
    • Trusted Industry Partner
    • Fast Certification
    • 60 Day Guarantee
    • *See refund policy

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    CPCCLDG3001 Licence to Perform Dogging - Ingleburn, Sydney

    CPCCLDG3001 Licence to Perform Dogging - Ingleburn, Sydney

      Course Highlights:

      • In-person Training
      • Expert-Led
      • Quality Focused
      • Fast Certification
      • Tax Deductable
      • Trusted RTO Provider
      • Statement of Attainment
      • Nationally Recognised

      "Well run course! The trainer was very efficient, well prepared, communicated clearly what we would cover and finished on time 👍"

      Nathan

      "Good customer service great knowledge and understanding from the trainers couldn’t recommend a better place to be trained"

      Melanie

      "The course was very informative. Going into the course I didn’t think I’d learn anything new but I was astonished with how much I learnt."

      Paul.P

      "This course was Informative and practical shout out to John for leading the session."

      Jay
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