Those requiring a licence to operate a boom type elevating work platform with a boom length of 11m or more
EWP Ticket training instructs you in the safe operation of elevated work platforms to the National licensing standard. Upon successful completion of the course you should apply for the Nationally Accredited High Risk Licence through any Australia Post outlet within 60 days and pay the applicable licensing fee; your card will then be issued by the relvant state/territory authority.
What will be covered
This course is based on the requirements of the WHS Regulation 2011 and in its current form meets State and Territory licensing requirements.
The course covers:
- Compliance with WH&S licensing legislation
- Emergency procedures and safety equipment, including the use of safety harnesses, energy absorbers, lanyard and anchor points
- Risk assessment and hazard control strategies
- Appropriate procedures for estimation of loads, to insure that the elevating work platform is not overloaded
- Plan work
- Conduct routine checks
- Operating elevated work platforms safely
- Elevate an elevated work platforms to a work location
- Secure elevated work platform
Statement of Attainment for the following unit of competency:
- TLILIC2005 – Licence to operate a boom-type elevating work platform (boom length 11m or more)
- High Risk Work Licence (WP) Plastic Card – issued by State Regulator in your State of residency
- 100 points of ID (If you do not hold photo ID issued in the relevant state/territory you must notify Coates Hire Training Services PRIOR to enrolment).
- Ability to read and correctly interpret complex signage; speak clearly and unambiguously in English; and to explain, describe and verify sometimes complex needs and issues. Writing is required to the level of completing workplace forms.
- Must be at least 18 years of age
- Problem solving activities
- Problem solving questions (written)
- Short answer questions (written)
- Group participation
- Work “type” activities
- Observation of practical skills
- Recognition of prior learning