Mobile Cranes

 Licensing of crane operators, Sydney

Are you after Open Crane ticket? You’re at the right place. Slewing mobile crane licence capacity greater then 100 tonnes, training and assessment, Nationally recognised WorkCover Licence.
Mobile Cranes, Tower cranes and Dogging Training School in Sydney – Crane Operator Licensing – All Course Classes – to secure your place in one of the next courses, enrol on-line or call 0430 103 357


Licensing Prices including all training materials, cranes and assessment fee

Note: Prices are for individual persons. Group bookings attract price reduction.

Course Duration Log Book Training Option Full Price
DG – Licence to perform Dogging

5 days  Next course 


CO – Slewing mobile crane over 100t

6 days Next course


C1 – Slewing mobile crane up to 100t

6 days Next course


C6 – Slewing mobile crane up to 60t

5 days Next course


C2 – Slewing mobile crane up to 20t

5 days Next course


CN – Non slewing mobile crane over 3t

5 days Next course


CV – Vehicle loading crane over 10 m/t

5 days Next course


CT – Tower crane  5 days Next course                        No $2250
LF – Forklift truck

3 days



We do full weekly courses which are usually held at our premises but we can also do the training at client’s premises, on the job training and logbook training.

Professional training and National High Risk Work Licensing.


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Cranes used for lifting at different places – where they are required to quickly de-mobilise, drive under their own power and set-up again ready for lifting are called mobile cranes because of their mobility.

There are many types of mobile cranes, most commonly used are :

- All terrain cranes
- Rough terrain cranes
- City cranes
- Truck mounted cranes
- Pick-and-carry, non-slewing cranes and
- Vehicle loading cranes

Grove 450t - gmk 7450 ECOS and EKS

Grove GMK 7450 lift with megawing

While they all do the same thing, their application is derived mostly from their unique capabilities.

Not any mobile crane can fit in tight place or claim steep hill, set up on a side of a steep descent or execute pick & carry task.

Mobile cranes have evolved greatly over the past few decades. Highest lifting capacity has increased dramatically, telescoping boom and pin jib length have increased and operator’s aid in means of electronic instruments has evolved from a few simple gauges into full scale computers, making the cranes a lot safer and easier to use, while increasing capacity and reliability.

Therefore, the most common problem of a new crane operator today (since most crane tickets are obtained on a later model crane)  is not being familiar with the old type cranes, should they come across one in their working life as a crane operator.

Performance of the crane depends on correct set up and correct utilizing; not following correct procedures can result in injury, property loss or damage and in worst case – death.

Proper crew training and job planning are crucial to successfully executing the lifting task. Crane maintenance is another very important thing.

Our “Learning” pages will help you in familiarizing with today’s most commonly used cranes only and get your crane ticket.


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All Training & Assessments for HRWL are carried out by RFJ Operator Training & Assessments, RTO 91549.

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