Tower Crane, Self Erecting Tower Crane, C6 Mobile Crane, Personnel Hoist, Working at Heights + Dogging Training
- RTO 45587 -
Weekly Classes
Tower Crane, Self Erecting Tower Crane, C6 Mobile Crane, Personnel Hoist, Working at Heights + Dogging Training
Group booking discounts
+ monthly specials available
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Small class sizes





Every week Tower Crane Training runs high risk training courses. We train Dogging, Tower Crane, C6 Mobile Crane, Self-Erecting Tower Crane and Personnel and Material Hoist HRW Licences. We also offer Work at Heights one day courses.

All classes are kept small for better training and the maximum time available for practical training.

Evening courses are also available by arrangement. We aim to accomodate your work commitments without compromising the quality of your training. 


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CT  Licence to Operate a Tower Crane (CPCCLTC4001A) 

DG  Licence to Perform Dogging (CPCCLDG3001A)

CS  Licence to Operate A Self-Erecting Tower Crane (CPCCLTC4002A)

C6  Licence to Operate a Mobile Crane-Up to 60T (TLILIC0013)

HP Licence to Operate a Personnel and Materials Hoist (CPCCLHS3001A)

Work Safely At Heights (RIIWHS204D)


Crane and Dogging training held at 11 Watsford Road Campbelltown - a five minute walk from Campbelltown train station

All crane and rigging classes have a maximum of four people in any practical and on line theory training is limited to eight people per class. This helps make sure each trainee has quality time with supervised practical training for job preparation. We provide top quality theory and calculations training to help navigate the SafeWork NSW exams. 


Tower Crane Training is actively responding to the threat posed by COVID-19.

We are following all the ASQA and SafeWork NSW recommendations as well as Federal and State instruction. We are currently still able to conduct modified training using zoom delivery for theory elements and theory training and restricted numbers following safe distancing guidelines for face to face practical training and the SafeWork NSW assessments, however this a constantly changing health issue and we will advise of any changes to the requirements.

CT September 14, 21, 28

CT Evenings Start September 7

DG September 7, 21

CS  September 14 

More courses will be listed by demand. Call or more information.

All of our courses are nationally recognised training, (when a learner is deemed competent at the completion of their training), will be issued with a Statement of Attainment in the Unit of Competency in which they have enrolled.



Where are the training sessions and the assessments held?
CT, DG, HP and Work At Heights practical training is held at 11 Watsford Road, Campbelltown, NSW.

Parking is available on site and on the street. Campbelltown Train Station is five minutes walk away.

Lunch room facilities (microwave, fridge, tea and coffee etc) are provided.

CS practical and assessments is held at 140 Martin Road, Badgery's Creek, NSW.

Theory training is predominantly done on Zoom to reduce face to face time and COVID associated risks. Please note that these are active sessions with your trainer. You will be in discussions and learning, not just watching a power point presentation or similar. The delivery times for zoom are flexible. If you have a problem while studying it is often easier to log back on for a zoom session with your trainer than talk about it over the phone. 

Practical training using your equipment can be done if appropriate. Please call to discuss.

HP courses can be held on site. Access to a compliant hoist is required. Classes require at least 6 people and are capped at a maximum of 10. 

Work Safely at heights courses can be held on site by arrangement or at the Campbelltown premises. 

How much is each course?

Tower Crane and Self Erecting Crane Courses (5 days)

Weekday courses - $2,200 pp

Evening and weekend courses - $2,500 pp

C6 Mobile Crane Course (5 days)

Weekday courses - $1,800 pp 

Dogging Course (5 days)

Weekday courses - $1,400 pp

Evening and weekend courses - $1,700 pp

Personnel and Materials Hoist Operator Course (3 days)

Weekday courses - $800 pp (minimum 6)

Work Safely at Heights (1day)

Weekday courses - $250 pp (minimum 8)

Weekend courses - $300 pp (minimum 8)

Please give us a call for more info. We will try to match reasonable lower prices but will not race to the bottom. Some schools will offer lower prices but be warned, you will get what you pay for. The compromise you make to save a couple of hundred dollars may be learning in a larger class and/or getting poor (and sometimes even no) training. 

Discounts apply for group bookings. The more people, the better the discount. Please note we do not offer any discount on our evening courses. 

A 50% deposit is required to secure a place in the class. The balance must be paid before an assessment is conducted. 

Please note that if you want to pay by credit card there is a 1.75% additional charge. (It's easier and cheaper to EFT. Details for all payment methods will be on your invoice.) 


When is the training held?

Cranes and Dogging

Weekly Courses - Monday to Friday 7am - 3pm. Covid-19 restrictions now mean the first two days of theory training are held via Zoom, online at a computer at your work or home. We will mail or email you all training materials prior to the course start date.

Evening Courses are tailored around individual work demands but normally run on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 5pm-9pm. Initially this training is now held via Zoom. When required training and/or assessments can be held on weekends.  

Personnel Hoist and Work Safely at Heights course are run by arrangement. We are installing a hoist and Working Safely at Heights structure in mid 2020. Call for more details.

How many people are in each class?

Crane and Dogging classes have a maximum eight trainees in a zoom session and a maximum of four in practical training and assessments.
Larger groups can be trained in the same week by arrangement but additional trainers may be included
Call or email for more information.

Why choose Tower Crane Training?

We have our cranes available every day if needed. Because we have smaller class sizes the trainer has more time to spend with each student. More time to help with the theory and more time in the seat or on the hook for the practicals.  

At Tower Crane Training we have excellent trainers who know how to help people navigate the demands of the course and the job. We keep our classes small to make sure the trainer has the time to help each student properly. We also ensure that you have trainer support outside of the standard training hours to make sure that if you have a problem we can help correct it as quickly as possible.

We aim to compete on quality, not price. We offer excellent training and facilities. Our aim is always to provide a great start to a career; a career that focuses on continual development of skills and promotes a safety-aware work ethic.  

We also offer our training outside work hours because we know that courses cost more than the course fee when you lose a weeks pay to do it. For a smaller builder this can be a loss of production. Call, email or message us to book in training dates. We do on site training for groups of four or more.


How can I book a course?

CALL OR TEXT Tracy 0421 545 589, Warwick 0422 207 903 or Mark 0438 182 145


Payments can be made via bank transfer (call or email for our account details) or credit card

Bookings and deposit payments can be done online (N.B. credit card payments incur an additional 1.75% fee)

If a class is full when you book you will be offered a place in the next available class. Additional classes can be run in the same week when there is the demand. Please contact us by email or phone for any large bookings or if you would like to go on to a waiting list for any particular date. This can help make sure your training group is not broken up. 

A 50% deposit is required to secure your position.  

What do I need to bring?

100 points of ID is required to sit a SafeWork NSW High Risk Assessment
One form of ID must be a photo ID and one must show the trainee's current NSW address. The trainer will verify if you have enough ID documents on the first day of the course.

C6 trainees need to bring their DG HRW licence

Safety gear Steel cap boots, hard hat, glasses and appropriate clothing.

Please bring a pen and paper for taking notes.  

Self Erector, C6 and Dogging trainees need to bring a calculator. You are not allowed to use your phones for calculations. 

Lunch + Smoko There are plenty of food places nearby in Campbelltown. Lunchroom facilities are provided if you want to bring your own. 

All other training materials are supplied.

Can anyone do a course?

No. You must be over 18 years old and an Australian resident. Non NSW residents can do the course but we must seek an exemption from SafeWork NSW. Please email info@towercranetraining to clarify. 

Tower Crane assessments are conducted via cabin controls which are located at the top of the tower so a fear of heights is problematic. You need to be physically fit enough able to climb a 20m vertical ladder unassisted.

The SafeWork NSW assessments are conducted only in English and no translations are allowed.

Email if you have any questions about eligibility.  

Are the courses hard?

None of the courses should be thought of as easy. These courses can be challenging. They are all High Risk occupations. 

Our trainers can help you to get your licence as long as you are prepared to do the work. We have excellent trainers and facilities and our trainers have very high pass rates over many years.  We teach you the tools to help you have a long and safe career. In the end it is all about your safety and the safety of those around you. 

Do you need a Dogging Licence as well?

We would say absolutely yes, but SafeWork does not require you to have a dogging licence before doing an operator course in tower and self erecting tower crane courses. A dogging licence is a pre-requisite for entry into the C6 course.

We strongly advise that all crane operators hold a dogging licence. Once you pass the operator assessment you will be licensed to operate a crane. An operator licence does not allow you to engage in dogging activities such as slinging the load and/or inspecting the slings. You cannot do these and other tasks unless you hold an appropriate dogging or rigging licence. For safety reasons we believe it is essential to hold a dogging licence but it remains that it is not mandatory for the CT and CS classes. 

Do you have a cancellation policy?

Yes. Booking cancellations must happen at least three business days before the start date of the course to have the deposit fully refunded. Rescheduling a course can be done at the discretion of Tower Crane Training without charge. Repetitive rescheduling may result in the loss of the deposit. Cancellation after the course has commenced does not normally attract a refund. It is up to the discretion of Tower Crane Training. For example, if you drop out of the course because you changed your mind or decided it was too hard, the full course fee is still payable. 

Do you do Verification of Competencies (VOCs)?

Yes. VOCs require a site visit to observe employees performing their duties competently. Please call to enquire about availability and cost.


For any other enquiries please email, call or complete the form here

Tower Crane Training - RTO 4558711 Watsford Road Campbelltown

Tracy 0421 545 589

Warwick 0422 207 903

Mark 0438 182 145


All nationally recognised training - when a learner is deemed competent at the completion of their training - will be issued with a Statement of Attainment in the Unit of Competency in which they have enrolled. RTO 45587 TCLM Pty Ltd

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