CPCCLDG3001A Licence to Perform Dogging


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This course covers the skills and knowledge required to perform dogging operations – including planning work, selecting/inspecting/preparing equipment, performing dogging tasks, and the safe shutdown and clean up after completing operations.

A person performing dogging operations is required to hold a high risk work licence. This course meets the formal training requirements required for a licence, as outlined by Workplace Health and Safety Queensland.

 

Entry Requirements

There are no entry requirements for this course. It is recommended that participants:

  • Be at least 18 years of age; and
  • Have at least a Year 8 level of numeracy, literacy and communication skills; and
  • Have access to a suitable workplace to complete the on-the-job training component
  • Have access to (and bring to the course) Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) – including steel capped safety boots, hi-vis work clothing, hard hat and safety glasses
  • Photo identification

*Entry to CSTC will not be permitted unless the appropriate PPE is worn, you may be required to rebook on an alternative date/course and all associated costs will be forwarded to either yourself or your employer depending on who is responsible for payment.


Provided
  • Course materials and stationary;
  • Onstreet parking;
  • Complimentary tea, coffee and filtered water;
  • Student fridge and microwave;
  • Snack and drink vending machines
  • Mobile food van visits twice daily to purchase food and drink;

Delivery

Three (3) days of face-to-face training to gain a theoretical understanding of dogging.  Assessment will occur over two (2) days, after training and logbook completion.  * The participant is to undertake workplace training with a supervisor using the log book provided upon enrolment, to record the outlined tasks. The supervisor must  hold the relevant high risk work licence.   Workplace training can occur before the course or after the theoretical component.  Evidence of this informal learning must be produced to the assessor prior to undertaking the mandated performance assessment.


Assessment Requirements

Participants will be required to successfully complete a series of Workplace Health and Safety Queensland mandated assessment items – including written knowledge and calculations assessments, plus a performance assessment.

The participant is responsible for deciding when they wish to undertake assessment. The Registered Training Organisation (RTO) will need a minimum of one (1) week notice to book a participant for their assessment.

Successful participants will receive an assessment summary (AS1) from the accredited assessor and a Statement of Attainment from the RTO. For participants seeking a high risk work licence, they must complete an online application with Workplace Health and Safety Queensland within 60 days of successfully completing the practical assessment.


Course fee and funding options
Full Fee  

CSQ Contribution

*Subject to availability

Cost for eligible CSQ funded participants (Gap)
$1,350.00 $600.00 $750.00

CSTC are proud recipients of Construction Skills Queensland (CSQ) funding under the Short Course Program for eligible Building and Construction workers.  Funding criteria and course bookings can be found at the  bookings section on this page.

 

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Bookings, Funding and Student Handbook

Click here to find for our bookings page which includes the funding application and enrolment form.

Terms and conditions, including options for Recognition of Prior Learning, can be found by downloading the Student Handbook.


 

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