Self Erecting (CS) & Tower Crane (CT) Courses.

Kick start your career in the sky and learn to operate the range of tower cranes used through out Australia.

  • Diesel & Electric
  • Hydraulic & Reeved
  • Luffing & Hamerhead

There are two Tower Crane licence classes

– CT – Licence to operate a tower crane

– CS – Licence to operate a self erecting tower crane

 

> Entry Requirements for all tickets is the candidate holding a DG – Lic to perform dogging

Slewing Mobile Crane Licence All Classes

Under WHS Legislation you must be licenced to operate cranes in Australia.  To obtain a licence to perform high-risk work, you must undertake formal training and successfully complete a national assessment for the class of licence.

Slew Cranes include a multitude of cranes including, Mobile slew crane, Crawler crane, All-Terrain crane, Rough Terrain crane, Pin Jib’s etc

The come in the following classes

The pathways  to attain a licence in the above classes are set by the regulator and are as follows

> Entry Requirements for all Slewing Mobile Crane tickets is the candidate holding a DG – Lic to perform dogging

> C2 & C6 can be trained with no prior slew crane licence

> C1 requires the candidate hold a C6 licence prior to training

> C0 requires the candidate hold a C1 licence prior to training

Crane licence encompassments

  • CO licence encompasses the CV, CN, RS, C2, C6 and C1 licences.
  • C1 licence encompasses the CV, CN, RS, C2 and C6 licences.
  • C6 licence encompasses the CV, CN, RS and C2 licences.
  • C2 licence encompasses the CV, CN and RS licences.

In Queensland, as of the 31 December 2016, a person who holds a non-slewing mobile crane licence (CN) is NO LONGER permitted to operate a reach stacker without holding an RS HRWL Class. C2,C6,C1 & C0 will continue to be able to operate a reach stacker.

For additional information on encompassments please see the WHSQ Page

 

Non Slewing Mobile Crane Licence

Under WHS Legislation you must be licenced to operate cranes in Australia.  To obtain a licence to perform high-risk work, you must undertake formal training and successfully complete a national assessment for the class of licence.

A Non-Slewing Crane Licence covers the licence holder to operate a variety of cranes including, Franna Cranes, Humma Cranes, Telehandlers for cranage purposes etc

The pathways  to attain a licence in the above class is set by the regulator and are as follows

> Entry Requirements for all crane tickets is the candidate holding a DG – Lic to perform dogging

Vehicle Loading Crane Licence

Under WHS Legislation you must be licenced to operate cranes in Australia.  To obtain a licence to perform high-risk work, you must undertake formal training and successfully complete a national assessment for the class of licence.

A Vehicle Loading Crane Licence covers the licence holder to operate a variety of cranes including, Truck mounted cranes, Palfingers, Fassi, Maxilift, With or without hoist function

The pathways  to attain a licence in the above class is set by the regulator and are as follows

> Entry Requirements for all crane tickets is the candidate holding a DG – Lic to perform dogging

Why Train With Us?

OTJT provides high quality training & assessment services in Nationally Accredited Competencies on behalf of Worksafe Connect (RTO 31385).

Delivered primarily in our simulated construction environment & training facility in Helensvale, on the Gold Coast, Queensland. We also offer onsite solutions for corporate bookings QLD wide.

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0404 709 861

Training Offered In The Following Accredited Courses

Hoist Courses

 Training offered in the following Hoist HRWL Classes

EWP & Forklift Courses

Training offered in the following Fork Truck & EWP HRWL Classes

Accredited Short Courses

Training offered in the following Accredited Short Courses

  • Work Safely @ Heights
  • Confined Space Entry
  • Scissor Lift & EWP <11M
  • Telescopic Materials Handler Operations (Telehandler)
  • General Construction Induction (White Card)