By attending this course the participant will learn the engineering principles of operating an elevated work platform, and identify potentially hazardous situations. The aim is to provide skills and knowledge to gain a National Licence To Perform High Risk Work Class WP (boom-type elevating work platform over 11 metres) (TLILIC2005).
At ACT, we aim to deliver a qualitative approach to elevated work platform training, through sessions that produce superior skills to lead to a more productive and safer workplace.
Some aspects of this training course include:
- Conduct routine checks
- Plan work
- Check controls
- Shutting down
- Plan elevation
- Carry out elevation
- Setting up
- Ability to understand and write English
- Good mathematics ability
- 18 Years of Age
- Participants must supply their own personal protective equipment including safety boots, Hi-Vis garment and a hard hat.
- A pen, calculator and workbook are also required for note taking and problem solving.
3 days, includes 1 day for SafeWork NSW Assessment
Experienced elevated work platform operators may be eligible for a shortened, two-day course at our Sydney institution on submission of evidence of current experience.
To find out more about the elevated work platform training courses that we offer at our Sydney location, please feel free to get in touch.