VEHICLE LOADING CRANE LICENCE (CV)

Operate a vehicle loading crane with a capacity of 10 metre tonnes or more

 

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Vehicle Loading Crane (CV) Course Information

Course Code

TLILIC0002

Course Duration

5 Days

RTO Provider

On the Job Training (RTO 70023)

Entry Requirement/s

DG – Licence to Perform Dogging

 

TLILIC0002 – Licence to Operate a Vehicle Loading Crane (Capacity 10 Metre Tonnes and Above)

COURSE OVERVIEW

This course is designed to ensure that participants have the skills and knowledge required to operate a vehicle loading crane with a capacity of 10 metre tonnes or more, mounted on a vehicle for the principle purpose of loading and unloading such a vehicle, including the application of load estimation and slinging techniques to move a load, for licensing purposes.

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TLILIC0002 – Licence to Operate a Vehicle Loading Crane (Capacity 10 Metre Tonnes and Above)

This course requires the operator to plan the work, conduct routine checks, set up crane, transfer loads, mobile loads and shut down and secure the crane.

Competence in this unit, does not in itself result in a High Risk Work Licence to operate this plant. A student must successfully complete the National Assessment Instrument (NAI) (which is the mandated assessment for the HRWL to operate the relevant licencing class as detailed in this unit) and be issued with an AS1.

This course is offered to corporate clients for a group of students. We do not currently offer this course to individuals as part of our public course offering.

 

 

Course Entry Requirements

A person undertaking this unit must hold a current National High-Risk Work Licence (HRWL) or a certification for a specific VET course for HRWL to perform dogging.

 

 

PERFORMANCE CRITERIA

  • Conduct routine checks
  • Set up crane
  • Transfer loads
  • Shut down and secure crane

 

COURSE OUTLINE

  • Operate a vehicle loading crane
  • Use of lifting equipment and basic slinging techniques suitable for the loads to be loaded/unloaded as defined by workplace procedures
  • Apply risk assessment and hazard control strategies
  • Use and interpret crane manufacturer's specifications and data
  • Verify problems and equipment faults and demonstrate appropriate response procedures
  • Appropriate mathematical procedures for estimation of loads
  • Assessment of ground conditions
  • Awareness of the boom/jib movements
  • WHS legislation, standards and codes of practice
  • Use of lifting equipment and basic slinging techniques suitable for the loads to be loaded/unloaded as defined by workplace procedures
  • Understanding of the hierarchy of hazard identification and control
  • Organisational and workplace standards, requirements, policies and procedures
  • Procedures for the recording, reporting and maintenance of workplace records and information
  • Typical routine problems encountered in the process and with equipment and adjustments required for correction
  • Crane characteristics and capabilities

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