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Crane Training Newcastle

Complete your Crane ticket in 3 days

Course code: TLILIC0013 - Licence to operate a slewing mobile crane (up to 60 tonnes)

Course Details: Combination of classroom and practical learning, covering the knowledge and skills required to safely operate a slewing mobile crane with a maximum capacity of 60 tonnes.

Unit of Competency:  Click Here

Assessment Details: Students will be assessed by way of practical, theory and math assessments.

Assessment Requirements: Click Here

 

$1200.00 (GST Free) per person 

 

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Become a licenced crane operator with a C6 crane certification

All Class Training can help you advance in your career safely with extensive, industry-leading crane training in Newcastle. Gain your C6 crane ticket right here in Newcastle and open up the door to new and exciting possibilities for the future with All Class Training.

Our facility has been purpose built to provide you with the practical experience necessary to gain your crane licence in Newcastle. Practice on real cranes at real heights - you will leave with the relevant skills to walk onto the job. 

 

The C6 licence class also encompasses CV, CN and C2.

 

Our team of friendly professional trainers will guide you through the course ensuring your success. We have a pass rate for students of over 99%.

 

Course Requirements:

  • 100 points of Identification
  • USI number
  • Over 18 years of age
  • Must be a New South Wales resident
  • Able to read, write and articulate in English
  • Complete pre-course study material

All high risk work licences require the applicant to attend an Australia Post outlet within 60 days of successful assessment to lodge their licence application at which time a $75.00 licence fee is payable to SafeWork NSW.

NB: This fee has currently been waived by SafeWork NSW for a period of twelve months from 15 April 2020 as part of the NSW Government's COVID-19 economic stimulus package.  However, applicants will still need to lodge their licence application at the Post Office as normal and pay for photos if required.

 

Frequently asked questions concerning cranes

  • Do I need a dogging high risk work licence to do a crane course?

From 1 May 2020, yes you do.  If you do not have a dogging high risk work licence, Click Here for dogging course calendar.

 

  • Will my C6 high risk work licence cover the C2, CN & CV?

The short answer is yes. C6 incorporates C2, CN & CV classes.

 

  • Are there any pre-requisites for enrolling in a C1 or C0 course?

Apart from requiring a dogging high risk work licence, you will also need to hold a C6 high risk work licence and provide evidence of at least two years operational experience.

 

  • Do I need a high risk work licence to operate a Telehandler?

For non-slewing telehandlers in NSW, you will need to show competency (eg Statement of Attainment RIIHAN309E Conduct telescopic materials handler operations) if fitted with fixed or rotating forks, earthmoving bucket or other attachments except when fitted with a crane jib or hook or fitted with a work platform (where telehandler boom length exceeds 11m). Where the telhandler is fitted with either a jib or a hook a CN high risk work licence is required and where a work platform is attached, you will need a WP class high risk work licence.
For slewing telehandlers you will need the appropriate crane high risk work licence for the capacity of the telehandler (C2/C6/C1/CO) regardless of the attachment.

 

  • Do I need high risk work licence for HIAB / Vehicle Loading Crane?

You need a high risk work licence for all vehicle loading cranes with a lifting capacity of 10 metre tones or greater.
The formula for ascertaining ten (10) metre tonnes is:
MULTIPLY THE SWL x THE WORKING RADIUS FOR THAT SWL= METRE TONNES From the centre line of slew to the centre line of hook.
This calculation must be done for each safe working load (SWL) on the load chart. If any one calculation amounts to 10 metre tonnes lifting capacity or greater, the crane operator will require the appropriate high risk work licence.

 

  • Do you need a dogging high risk work licence for a bridge or gantry crane?

A dogging high risk work licence is required by:

  • Any person other than a licensed bridge or gantry crane operator, who exercises judgement in the estimation of a load or selection of the slinging methods and lifting equipment when slinging a load on any bridge or gantry crane.
  • Any person who directs any bridge or gantry crane operator in the movement of the load where the load is out of view of the crane operator.

 

We are dedicated to providing a quality experience - when you train with All Class Training you are training with dedicated professionals who can help you qualify for your crane ticket. 

 

All Class Training can also come to you for onsite training. Please contact us on (02) 4964 9406 to discuss your requirements and minimum numbers for onsite crane training in Newcastle or throughout NSW.