Non-Slewing Mobile Crane Ticket (CN)
A non-slewing crane is a mobile crane, over 3t capacity, using a boom or jib which cannot be slewed.
This class includes:
- articulated mobile cranes
- locomotive crane types
- non-slewing telehandlers, with booms and/or jib/ a hoist rope and/or hook blocks
TLILIC3006A - Licence to Operate a Non-Slewing Mobile Crane (Greater Than 3 Tonnes Capacity)
On the Job Training provides training in all types of non-slewing crane operations. Our trainers provide expert supervision for practical operations and theory. Courses are individualised to the needs of trainees, according to their needs, and includes training on a range of classes of cranes.
Talk to us about your non-slewing crane course today and choose your preference of day or night courses to suit your time-frames. After completing your course and achieving a certified degree of competence, you can apply for the High Risk Work licence to become a fully licensed operator.
To find out more about our non-slewing mobile crane licence courses, talk to our experts directly. You can contact us online or call 07 3112 1384 and get all the help and guidance you need to plan your course. We’re here to help, so call us anytime for any guidance you need.
On the Job Training Pty Ltd recruits students for and conducts training and assessment for this course on behalf of OHSA, Occupational Health Services Australia (RTO #31092) and Accredited Skills Provider, ASP (RTO # 31198).