Licence to Perform Dogging (DG)
Licence to Perform Dogging - Day
Monday - Friday 7am - 3pm.
Training is from Monday to Thursday and the assessment is held on the Friday.
Licence to perform Dogging – Evening
3 evenings a week for 3 weeks (enquire for details).
This unit specifies the outcomes required to perform slinging techniques, including the 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 practical training covers equipment inspections, signaling, slinging methods, rope work and identifying crush zones.
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.
Campbelltown yard – 11 Watsford Rd NSW 2560 (5min walk from the station)
Bring your PPE – Hard hat, high vis vest/ workwear and safety boots.
We have lunchroom facilities – microwave, fridge etc. There are cafés and restaurants nearby if you want to purchase lunch.
We provide tea, coffee, and water (bring your own water bottle).
We offer ongoing support to all of our students and are available to answer questions and provide guidance during your course and after. We don’t know all the answers but we know lots of people who do!
A five -day course with the SafeWork NSW assessment on the 5th day.
The evening class structure is 3 nights a week for 3 weeks. Enquire for details.
Face to Face in our Campbelltown yard with our Sumitomo mobile crane exclusively available for our students. Practical training can be conducted undercover if it is raining.
All your training materials are provided.
Price is $1,400 per person when paying cash or EFT.
Credit card facility is provided by STRIPE and includes a 1.75 % fee.
Discounts apply to multiple bookings. Crane operator and Dogging booked together is $3,300.
Evening course is $1,800 per person (no discounts)
As with all HRW licences, participants must be over 18 years of age and be able to speak and understand English as well as provide 100 points of Identification for the SafeWork NSW assessment.
Licensing, legislative, regulatory and certification requirements that apply in NSW
Plan work, hazard identification and control measures
Select and inspect equipment and safety requirements
Prepare site and equipment
Calculations of safe working loads, bearing area
Site isolation and traffic control responsibilities and authorities
Identification of communication strategies and systems - hand signals, whistles
Techniques related to essential tasks
Shut down job and clean up
A participant deemed competent at the completion of this course will be issued an NSA form by the SafeWork NSW Assessor and will also receive their SOA from TCT.
a Notice of Satisfactory Assessment (NSA form) is valid for a period of (60) sixty days from the date of issue. Submit the NSA together with the application form, Passport photo and application fee to a NSW Australia Post Office within 60 days to receive your national Licence (Class DG) to operate perform dogging from SafeWork NSW. HRW licences are valid for 5 years from the date of issue and need to be renewed with SafeWork before they expire.
A Statement of Attainment (SOA) for fulfilling the requirements of CPCCLDG3001A Licence to perform dogging, a unit in the CPCO8, Construction, Plumbing and Services Training Package will be sent to you within 30 days of completion by TCLM Pty Ltd Trading as Tower Crane Training, a Registered Training Organisation (RTO 45587).
The following documents can be downloaded and reviewed in preparation for the course.
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 now able to conduct training using zoom or in person delivery for theory training and with restricted numbers while following safe distancing guidelines for in person practical training and the SafeWork NSW assessments. This a constantly changing health issue and we will advise of any changes to the requirements.
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Tracy 0421 545 589
Warwick 0422 207 903
Mark 0438 182 145