Online Licence Courses for High Risk Work & Earthmoving Plant
Your Licence offers 100% online licence courses which cover off on the theory and calculations training components that are required as part of High Risk Work & Earthmoving Plant Licensing courses.
These courses prepare students for their official assessments and collect evidence of formative training and learning, comprising a substantial portion of the training required to obtain licensing and certification. They are based on the national competency standards accredited by the state and national training authorities.
Note: these courses do not cover the practical components of this unit of competency, and completion of these courses alone do not qualify a student to obtain a licence. Students completing this training should concurrently be enrolled in a formal licensing course.
The following online licence courses are coming soon:
- Elevating Work Platform (WP)
- Skid Steer Loader
- Dogging (DG)
Face-to-face licence training with our partnering RTO
We are proud to partner with one of Australia’s leading registered training organisations, AITAC Pty Ltd (TOID 3591), to bring you High Risk Licence, Plant Tickets, Dangerous Goods qualifications and other Training Courses. These courses are run throughout the year in Victoria for a large variety of job roles in the construction, mining and transport industries.
You can view their course information, calendar, pricing and enrol online using the links below:
Information about your High Risk Work Licence
In accordance with Australian WorkCover legislation, any person performing high risk work must hold a relevant licence – unless they have an active training enrolment with an RTO. High risk work includes, but is not limited to:
- Working with cranes
- Hoist operations – including personnel and materials hoists and elevated work platforms
Only Registered Training Organisations (RTOs) approved by WorkCover can deliver training and assessment for High Risk Work Licences. The training and assessment must be delivered under the supervision of an RTO but practical training can occur in the workplace.
Your High Risk Licence is valid for five years, and is recognised across all states and territories within Australia.
Sometimes, employers will require additional proof that an operator is competent to perform the tasks and operate machinery in an allocated job role. This can be in the form of Verification of Competency (V.O.C.), which allows you to demonstrate your current level of ability.