HOW DO I GET A DOGMAN LICENCE? (DOGGING LICENCE COURSE DETAILS)

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HOW DO I GET A DOGMAN LICENCE? (DOGGING LICENCE COURSE DETAILS)

http://wamtraining.com.au.conceptstage.net/courses/dogging-licence This Video provides a brief outline of the Licence to Perform Dogging course as presented …

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  1. This Video provides a brief outline of the Licence to Perform Dogging
    course as presented by WAM Training.
    For all bookings and enquiries, please call 1800 143 343 or email
    info@wamtraining.com.au.

    Course Description:
    This unit specifies the outcomes required to perform slinging techniques,
    including the selection and inspection of lifting gear and/or the directing
    of the crane operator in the movement of the load when the load is out of
    view of the crane/ operator for licensing purposes.

    Entry Requirements:
    Applicants must be a minimum of 18 years of age.

    Pre-Requisite Units:
    N/A

    Course Start Dates:
    17 Mar 2014 31 Mar 2014 07 Apr 2014 28 Apr 2014

    Duration:
    40 hours (5 days).

    Venue:
    Our training facility is located at 73 Dohertys Rd, Laverton North.

    On-Site training available upon request.

    Cost: Price on Application.
    Participants: Maximum 8.
    Food/Beverages: Tea/Coffee is provided.
    Site Requirements: Hi visibility vest/clothing and safety shoes.
    Material Supplied: All required material is supplied.

    Course Outline:

    Assessment:
    Trainees will be assessed according to the Endorsed Assessment Instrument
    approved by Safe Work Australia and WorkSafe Victoria.

    Outcome:
    Upon completion of this course, trainees will have the skills and knowledge
    required to:
    – Plan the job
    – Select and inspect equipment
    – Prepare site and equipment
    – Perform the task
    – Shut down the job and clean up

    Once competence is achieved, trainees will receive a Statement of
    Attainment and a Notice of Assessment which may then be used to apply for a
    Licence to Perform High Risk Work — Class DG.

    Language, Literacy & Numeracy:
    The assessment process is broken into three sections — Knowledge,
    Assignment and Practical. The Knowledge assessment may be conducted orally.
    The Assignment must be conducted in writing. All assessments are
    closed-book, and must be conducted in English — engaging an interpreter is
    not allowed.

    Health Note:
    The training and assessment will involve working around heavy machinery,
    bending, crawling, and light to medium lifting. Please refer to ‘Student
    Health Form’ for further advice.

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