Elevated Work Platform (>11m) Melbourne

VIC

TLILIC0005 – Licence to operate a boom-type elevating work platform (boom length 11 metres or more)

Price

Book and Pay Online

On-site at your workplace $450 per person
Rowville training facility $420 per person

Book via phone

On-site at your workplace $450 per person
Rowville training facility $430 per person

Duration

2 days

Location

On-site at your workplace, or alternatively at our
Melbourne training facility:

16 Laser Drive, Rowville VIC 3178

Multiple Training Dates Available

 

TLILIC0005 – Licence to operate a boom-type elevating work platform (boom length 11 metres or more)

Why Choose Star training for your Boom Lift licence course in Melbourne?

Star Training & Assessing is WorkSafe accredited to deliver WP training and assessment all over Victoria. Our team have been delivering courses for years in Victoria and have extensive knowledge in the industry, meaning we only deliver the best courses possible.  We have helped numerous students in and outside our facilities obtain a credible boom lift ticket Victoria wide.

We pride ourselves on being one of Melbourne’s highest-ranking elevated work platform (EWP) training organisations as we always go the extra mile to create friendly and supportive training environments that welcome those of all experiences and backgrounds.  Our team of highly trained experts let you learn in confidence and are committed to ensuring you meet all your EWP training requirements.  Once you successfully complete all your requirements you will obtain a ‘National High-Risk Work Licence, Class WP’, which will give you a credible boom lift ticket allowing you operate all boom-type elevated work platforms with a reach of 11 meters and above.

EWP Training Melbourne with Star Training and Assessing will give you access to the following:

  • Onsite training at your workplace or at our Melbourne training facility
  • Highly experienced and qualified trainers with extensive industry knowledge
  • All required EWP training materials
  • Additional EWP training and Re-assessment if required
  • Credible Boom Lift Ticket to Operate Boom-type elevating work platforms (boom length 11 metres or more) TLILIC0005

Course content includes –

Planning for work task

  • Task requirements and work area operating surface identified and assessed
  • Working area and EWP path inspected and hazard and risk control measures identified
  • EWP capabilities are established
  • Traffic management plan and communication procedures identified

Preparing for work/task

  • Consultation with workplace persons to ensure a safe work environment
  • Safety equipment including personal protective equipment (PPE) inspected and fitted correctly
  • EWP accessed in a safe manner
  • Pre-start checks carried out and any damage is reported, recorded and appropriate action is taken
  • EWP started, positioned and stabilised correctly.
  • All platform controls located and operational checks carried out
  • EWP log book is checked and assessed
  • Damage or defects reported and appropriate action taken
  • Weather and work environmental conditions assessed

Performing work/task

  • Relevant hazard control measures identified and implemented
  • EWP safely located and positioned correctly
  • Work gear and tools stowed and secured
  • Safe operation of EWP
  • Unplanned and unsafe situations are responded to
  • Communication signals implemented and interpreted
  • Parking, switching off and isolating EWP

Packing up

  • EWP shutdown procedures carried out including retracting, lowering, stowing and securing boom
  • Post-operational checks carried out on EWP
  • Relevant motion lacks and brakes applies and outriggers and/or stabilisers, plates and packing stowed and secures
  • EWP secured to prevent unauthorised use

National Assessment Criteria

The course includes knowledge, calculations and practical training in EWP operations. On successful completion of the following, you will have the knowledge and skills to operate the equipment in a safe manner and obtain a credible Boom lift ticket Victoria wide.

Knowledge Assessment – Includes a closed book written and calculations assessment.  Study guides and a pre-assessment activity workbook will be sent to participants prior to the course.

Practical Assessment – Hazard identification and risk controls, pre-start inspections of EWP and fall arrest/fall restraint, operational checks, general operations including travel, set-up and conducting lifting operations, shutting down and securing EWP.

Delivery and Assessment Method

Face to face delivery. The course involves a written knowledge, calculations and practical assessment.

Pre-requisites

Participants must be a minimum of 18 years of age, documentary evidence and proof of age is required before course commencement.

Participants must reside in Victoria.

Participants must have sufficient knowledge of the English language and basic numeracy skills to complete the written knowledge, calculations and practical assessment.

What to bring

  • Completed pre-assessment activities (received on booking)
  • Government issued photo identification
  • Unique Student Identifier (USI)
  • Closed toe safety boots
  • High visibility vest or clothing (this can also be provided to you)

Outcome

Upon successful completion of the course, you will be issued with an electronic copy of a Statement of Attainment and an electronic copy of your Notice of Assessment. High Risk Licences are now processed online.  You will be required to create and/or log in to your myworksafe account to apply for your licence online within 60 days along with payment of the applicable fee payable to Worksafe.  Failure to apply and lodge your High Risk Work Licence with WorkSafe within 60 days will require you to complete a full re-assessment at full cost.

Re-Assessments

In the event you are deemed not yet competent on any of the three components in the Assessment (knowledge, calculations, practical) you are permitted to attend a re-assessment day and re-attempt the component in which you were deemed not yet competent.  This re-assessment must be completed within calendar 60 days of your first assessment date.  Star Training and Assessment highly advises you to contact our office well before the 60 day cut-off date to arrange your re-assessment otherwise we may not be able to have you re-assessed.  Failure to complete your High Risk Work Licence re-assessment within 60 days will require you to complete a full re-assessment at full cost.


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