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RB Licence to perform rigging basic level (VOC Refresher CPCCLRG3001)

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Welcome to the Licence to perform rigging basic level (RB) Refresher / Verification of Competency (VOC) Training & Assessment. There are a large number of risks and dangers for anybody working as a rigger. This VOC assessment course has been designed to give you an understanding of these risks and the system in place to help keep you safe. It also serves as an assessment for PCBU’s or business operators to ensure they are compliant with the WHS Act (or equivalent) in that operators of plant are competent.

This VOC is designed for those who are required to do basic rigging work as part of their role. The aim of this VOC assessment is to ensure that you are competent when you are currently licenced to perform rigging at a basic level (licence class RB)

Features of this refresher training include:

- Download a VOC Certificate on successful completion

- A Digital Wallet ID VOC Card is also issued once all your documentation is verified and you’ve been deemed competent by the assessor (see 'John Citizen' sample)

- Verification of competency by our RTO partner, AlertForce RTO Code 91826 and a Licenced High Risk Work Assessor.

This training and assessment program addresses three components of the Licence to perform basic rigging RB class licence (all based upon the unit of competency standard set out in CPCCLRG3001 or CPCCLRG3001A or superseded equivalent). The 3 verifications of competency include:

A. Knowledge or theoretical component (tested online with a mixture of critical and non-critical questions)

B. Calculations component (tested online with all required to be answered correctly)

C. Performance component (practical with access to relevant workplace plant and equipment)

The VOC assessment is based upon the intent of the Mandated National Assessment Instruments (NAI’s). However, it is important to note that this training & assessment does not give you the practical skills required to operate or apply for a High Risk Work Licence (HRWL) nor is it Nationally Recognised Statement of Attainment. This is to be used for VOC purposes only. To achieve initial accreditation or high risk licensing for the RB class, you must complete an in-person training session with an RTO and Trainer accredited to deliver CPCCLRG3001A training.

If you are working around cranes or other plant and equipment, many employers will want to ensure you are competent as, if not, you could endanger your safety and the safety of those around you or damaging the machinery.

This refresher / VOC course assesses the knowledge, calculations and performance components of CPCCLRG3001 Licence to perform rigging basic level (RB) and will provide you with information and assessment on:

  1. Plan job
  2. Select and inspect equipment
  3. Setup task
  4. Erect structures and plant
  5. Dismantle structures and plant


Note: Whilst a Statement of Attainments do not expire, different worksites have different policies and requirements of what refresher training should be. You should check with your employer if you are unsure. This VOC assessment course is a Verification of Competency undertaken by a Registered Training Organisation (RTO Code 91826) and a High Risk Work Accredited Assessor with over 40 years experience.

What is a sample of the areas covered during the course assessment?

  • Task assessed.
  • Potential workplace hazards  are identified.
  • Hazard control measures  are identified consistent with appropriate standards  to ensure the safety of personnel and equipment.
  • Obtain Site information is obtained.
  • Review all forces and loads  associated with erecting and dismantling structures  and associated plant  are considered in consultation with appropriate personnel 
  • Rigging equipment  and associated equipment  are identified in consultation with appropriate personnel according to procedures  and site information.
  • Safety equipment is identified.
  • Appropriate communication methods  are identified with appropriate personnel.
  • Safety Equipment selected according to procedures
  • Defective equipment logged and reported
  • Ground suitability
  • Review site information
  • Work is conducted safely at heights
  • Temporary rigging connections using fibre rope are applied
  • Temporary guys, ties, propping and shoring, including flexible steel wire rope , and tubing, are connected where required.
  • Stability of structures and associated plant is maintained during dismantling according to procedures
  • Rigging equipment and associated equipment are stored

    Activities and quizzes appear throughout the course and are part of your assessment as well as the requirement for video interview with assessor. They must be successfully completed to be verified as competent.

    A VOC Certificate is issued on successful completion of the course and you are required to get a 90-100% pass mark to be deemed as understanding the content (depending on the critical and non-critical nature of the questions). It is recommended that refresher training is conducted every 2 years to maintain currency. Please check with your workplace policy to abide by their rules.

    Entry requirements:

    1. You must submit 100 points of ID to enrol eg. Drivers Licence and Medicare or Passport
    2. You must also include a valid High Risk Work Licence. In this case a licence for class RB

    NOTE: this training is suitable as refresher only up to 12 months (All states but WA which is 24 months) after your licence has expired depending on which Australian State you reside in.

    If your licence has expired, we recommend that if this is the case and you intend to remain working, you should renew your licence with your State Regulator before your time runs out.

    To undertake this VOC you need to have the following:

      1. CPCCLRG3001 Licence to perform rigging basic level OR
      2. CPCCLRG3001A Licence to perform rigging basic level OR
      3. A valid RB licence
      4. Access to a smart phone or Ipad (or similar device) for video conferencing
      5. Access to compliant workplace plant and equipment for the licence class you are being VOC’d for.