Dogging involves the various slinging techniques used for moving a load around a worksite. As a dogger, you’ll be responsible for directing the hoist or crane operator when the load is out of their view. Normally, this is undertaken through the use of whistles, signals or radios. To legally work as a dogger, you’ll need your dogman licence.
At On The Job Training, we provide comprehensive training and assessments to help you obtain your dogman ticket. If you’ve already earned your dogging licence, you may want to consider undertaking rigger training. On The Job Training offers rigging certification at basic, advanced and intermediate levels.
CPCCLDG3001A – Licence to perform Dogging
What Does the Dogging Course Involve?
At On The Job Training, our dogman ticket training provides you with all the information you need to begin dogging work across Australia. Our industry experts will work with you to ensure you’re qualified and ready to undertake dogman work on a range of worksites. With real world experience, you’ll know you’re being trained by the best.
Our comprehensive dogman ticket training covers everything you need to know, including:
- Calculating load weights
- Choosing appropriate slings for specific loads
- Signalling crane movements
- Safely landing loads
- Appropriate safety gear for doggers
- Communication methods and techniques
What You Need to Know About High Risk Work Licences
In Australia, all dogman work qualifies as high-risk work. To legally undertake high-risk work, you’ll need your High Risk Work Licence. Once you achieve competency for a dogging or rigging unit, you’ll be able to make an application for High Risk Licence classes. Please note that High Risk Licenses are issued by the regulatory body in the State or Territory in which the high risk licence was gained.
Day and Night Courses Available
If you’re considering undertaking a dogman course, it’s important that the training fits your lifestyle. At On The Job Training, we make it easy and stress free to achieve your dogman ticket by offering both day and night classes. Contact us today on 07 3112 1384 to find out when the next dogman course begins.
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).