CPCCLDG3001A Licence To Perform Dogging.

The dogging training course commonly referred to as dogman training, or dogman ticket, is a training course designed to teach applicants the skills and knowledge required to safely perform Dogging work, by using both hand and whistle signals. The main purpose behind learning these skills is to safely use and identify correct slings, slinging techniques or methods and correct hand and whistle signals for the purpose of assisting a crane driver to safely shifting loads.

The dogging training course covers all the requirements for for qualify to sit for a Safork assessment, upon successful completion of the assessment you will be able to applying to obtain a national High Risk Work Licence Dogging (DG). (Dogman ticket)

Upon successful completion of this training course, prerequisite requirements for CPCCLRG3001A Licence to perform rigging – Basic Level and for any HRW Crane licence will have been satisfied.

Course Description

Course Code: CPCCLDG3001A

Course Name: Licence To Perform Dogging.

Course Cost:

$1250 per person.

Minimum 3 people required to run course.

Discounts may apply for group bookings.

Duration: 4 Days Training 1 Day for Assessment

Session Times:

Courses held once a month or on demand, please refer calendar.

7am to 3pm Monday to Thursday.

7am to finish on Assessment day.

Prerequisites:

  • There are no formal prerequisites for this course.
  • Participants must be 18 years old.
  • A basic mathematical ability to assist in completing formulas, interpreting load chart calculations, and understand technical concepts.
  • Basic command of the English language to be able to participate training and assessment tasks.
  • A satisfactory level of health and fitness to carry out duties safely.

This course is a prerequisite for progressing to CPCCLRG3001A Licence to Perform Rigging – Basic Level and is also a prerequisite for any HRW Crane licence.

Course Introduction:

This unit covers the scope of work to demonstrate competency in the application of slinging techniques, 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.

The training course delivers the skills and knowledge required to undertake dogging work including using both hand and whistle signals, for the purpose of shifting loads.

A person performing this type of work is required to hold a national High Risk Work (HRW) licence.

Course Outline

1. Plan job.

  • Site information is obtained and related to the task.
  • Hazards and potential hazards associated with the slinging and directing of loads are  identified.
  • Hazard control measures consistent with appropriate standards are identified to ensure the
    safety of personnel and equipment.
  • The weight, dimensions and centre of gravity of the load are identified and assessed.
  • Suitable lifting/slinging points on the load are identified.
  • Appropriate lifting equipment needs are assessed.
  • Appropriate communication methods are assessed with crane/ operators and other appropriate personnel.
  • Manufacturer’s specifications/information is obtained for special loads where necessary.

2. Select and inspect equipment.

  • Lifting equipment appropriate to the task is selected.
  • Lifting equipment is inspected for serviceability.
  • Damaged or excessively worn lifting equipment is identified, labelled and rejected.
  • Appropriate communication methods for the crane/operator and appropriate personnel are
    selected.
  • Appropriate communication equipment is selected and its serviceability is checked.
  • Appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) is selected and checked.

3. Prepare site and equipment.

  • Hazard prevention/control measures are applied consistent with appropriate standards to ensure the safety of personnel and equipment.
  • Appropriate slinging method is selected.
  • Lifting equipment is prepared and assembled where appropriate.
  • Load destination is prepared.

4. Perform task.

  • Lifting equipment is attached and secured to the lifting hook using appropriate techniques.
  • Lifting hook is positioned over the load centre of gravity.
  • Lifting equipment is attached and secured to the load.
  • Tag line is attached and secured where appropriate.
  • Test lift is conducted to ensure security of load.
  • Load is moved maintaining stability and control at all times.
  • Appropriate communication methods and communication signals are applied to safely coordinate the load movement both within sight and out-of-sight of crane operator.
  • The load is landed to ensure that it is stable and secure from movement.
  • Lifting equipment is removed or disconnected from load and prepared for next task or storage.

5. Shut down job and clean up.

  • Unserviceable lifting equipment inspected and rejected.
  • Defective equipment is isolated and tagged.
  • Lifting equipment is stored in accordance with procedures and appropriate standards.
  • Hazard prevention/control measures are removed where appropriate.
  • Excess materials from the work area are removed (where applicable).
  • Defects are reported and recorded according to procedures and appropriate action is taken.

Learning Outcome

On successful completion of the course, participants will have gained the following skills and knowledge to:

  • Plan Operations: Hazard management and consultation.
  • Equipment: Selecting and inspection of appropriate lifting equipment for operations.
  • Prepare: Site and lifting equipment for operation.s
  • Transfer Loads: Rigging loads and directing crane movements.
  • Conclude Operations: Shut down and pack up equipment following site specific procedures.

Successful participants will receive a Statement of Attainment – CPCCLDG3001A Licence to Perform Dogging and a Notice of Satisfactory Assessment, form to lodge at Australia Post for a National Licence to Perform High Risk Work (HRW) for Class –  DG.

Upon successful completion, prerequisite requirements to be able to progress to CPCCLRG3001A Licence to perform rigging – basic level and/or for any HRW crane licence have been satisfied.

To apply for a HRW licence, the HRW assessment paperwork and application form together with a passport sized photo must be lodged at an Australia Post outlet and pay the lodgement fee, this must be done within 60 days of completion of your HRW assessment.

If a student fails to lodge their paperwork within 60 days this will result in the operator being deemed an unlicenced operator and full training and/or assessing fees will apply after the 60-day period.

Currently a HRW Licence is valid 5 years from the date of issue, however If your address changes within this period we suggest licence holders update their details with the relevant authorities, failure to do so may result in the licence renewal not being received and renewal period lapsing, resulting in training and assessment needing to be completed again, full course payments would apply.

Assessment Conditions

Safe Work NSW Conditions Of assessment:

  • Applicants must be at least 18 years of age.
  • Suitable clothing such as safety boots, long pants and high-vis shirt.
  • Able to produce 100 points of identification.  Please see link below.
  • Ability to communicate and understand english at a level that allows the student to participate in the training and assessment.
  • An Oral assessments can be arranged for applicants with writing and reading difficulties, however, are still required to complete a LLN as part of their enrollment. Additional charges will apply for a oral assessment.

Evidence Of Identity Information sheet for participants of High Risk Licence Assessments can be found here.

EOI Requirements

 

VOC Assessments

Course Code: VOC - CPCCLDG3001A

Course Name: Verification of competency for - Licence To Perform Dogging.

Course Cost: $350 per person. Minimum three people required to run this course.

Duration: 4 - 6 hours

Prerequisites:

  • Applicants must hold a current HRW licence or relevant unit of competency for the VOC being assessed.
  • Ability to read and write basic English.
  • Ability to pass a language, literacy & numeracy assessment (LLN).
  • Provide two forms of identification.
  • May provide verified work documents, logbooks or other evidence of competency to support their evidence of experience.
  • All persons attending assessment must wear steel capped or safety boots; sun protection, hard hat, long sleeved shirt and pants are also recommended for this site.

Course Introduction:

This assessment will determine the operators current ability to demonstrate competency for CPCCLDG3001A Licence to perform dogging, in the application of

  • Slinging techniques,
  • 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.
  • Successfully demonstrate correct use of both hand and whistle signals, for the purpose of shifting loads.

Availibility: This assessment is held on demand, please contact our office to discuss available times and dates.

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VOC Outline

  • 4-6 hours for assessment depending on person’s ability, and class size
  • Use of plant and equipment at our premises.
  • Verbal and theoretical questions.
  • Visual observation and practical demonstration.

VOC Outcome

Licence holders successfully demonstrating competency will be provided with a photo ID Card stating the VOC attained.

Licence holders who are unable to demonstrate competency will receive written feedback regarding the elements of competency that were lacking, and the nature of the gap training required prior to re-assessment.

We suggest workers that fail to demonstrate successful knowledge of the competency to re-sit the VET course in question.

Cancellations

Fees

Jack Australia charges fees for providing training services to students who undertake training and assessment that leads to a nationally recognised outcome’s. These charges are generally for items such as course materials, text books, student services and training and assessment services.

Fees are payable when a student or employer has received a confirmation of enrolment. The full course payment must be made seven (7) days prior to commencing training. The current fees and charges for training are as per advertised.

Cancellation Of Enrolment

Cancellation of enrolment must be given either by phone or via email. The student may be advised of other options such as suspending the enrolment and re-commencing in another scheduled training program.

Students who give written notice to cancel their enrolment and who are eligible for a refund will receive their refund within 14 days.

Refunds

The following refund policy will apply:

  • Notice given to cancel course enrolment more than 7 days prior to the commencement of a training program, will be entitled to a full refund of fees paid.
  • Any notice given to cancel an enrolment less than 7 days prior to the commencement of a training course will be entitled to a 50% refund of fees paid of full course fee payment. The 50% retained by Jack Australia is required to cover the cost of staff, resources, and lost revenue from potential students wanting to enrol/ attend the course.
  • Students who cancel their enrolment after a training program has commenced will not be entitled to a refund of any fees.
Charges

Jack Australia may levy some miscellaneous charges for services.

These may include:

  • Re-issuing a certificate after it has been initially issued to a student.
  • Replacing issued learning materials which the student has lost or damaged
  • Re-assessment services
Student complaints about fees or refunds

Students who are unhappy with Jack Australia’s arrangements for the collection and refunding of tuition fees are entitled to lodge a complaint.

Training Location

Our training location is in Sydney at Riverstone in North Western Sydney.

We are located within close proximity to Riverstone railway station, 1km walk to our training site from the train station. Or approximately 20-30 minutes drive from Parramatta, Blacktown, and Windsor or 5 minute drive from Rouse hill Town centre.

Please note that if you are using GPS, be sure type in Riverstone Parade, as there is a Riverstone Road near by. However, if using Google Maps, best to type in Riverstone Business Park, as this will be easily located.

Once you arrive, please advise the gate house keeper you are attending training at Jack Australia, he will direct you to our location.

Riverstone Business Park
E25/ 81 Riverstone Parade
Riverstone, NSW 2763
(OLD MEATWORKS SITE)

PARKING is located onsite next to Smooth Blend Cafe, the onsite cafe.

CPCCLDG3001A Licence To Perform Dogging.

The dogging training course commonly referred to as dogman training, or dogman ticket, is a training course designed to teach applicants the skills and knowledge required to safely perform Dogging work, by using both hand and whistle signals. The main purpose behind learning these skills is to safely use and identify correct slings, slinging techniques or methods and correct hand and whistle signals for the purpose of assisting a crane driver to safely shifting loads.

The dogging training course covers all the requirements for for qualify to sit for a Safork assessment, upon successful completion of the assessment you will be able to applying to obtain a national High Risk Work Licence Dogging (DG). (Dogman ticket)

Upon successful completion of this training course, prerequisite requirements for CPCCLRG3001A Licence to perform rigging – Basic Level and for any HRW Crane licence will have been satisfied.

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