RIIHAN212D Conduct non-slewing crane operations

Major Training Group deliver exceptional quality, reliable training solutions, and a Non-Slewing Crane licence with us will give you the skills to operate cranes at the highest level of safety and compliance.

Major Training Group has a depth of knowledge that only comes from a family owned business with a history of providing plant and transport services to major infrastructure projects; coupled with some of the best trainers in the industry. For your first or next move in high risk plant operation Major Training Group will make it happen.

Objective

A Non-Slewing Crane high risk licence with Major Training Group is a nationally recognised qualification that will give you the skills for roles that involve the safe operation of non-slewing cranes, including securing and transferring loads.

Delivery

With safety in mind Major Training Group offers flexible, reliable, and easy to access options. Choose a program that suits you:

  • Full Training and Assessment Course
    • Everything you need from start to finish
    • Competency-based training over 5 days delivered by our knowledgeable team
    • Courses run Mondays to Friday multiple times a month from 6:30am to 3pm daily
  • Formal Training and Assessment Course
    • 1-2 days formal training, 1 day practical training & up to 6 months logbook on the job
    • Employer involvement needed
    • Training is on Mondays and Tuesdays, assessments are on Thursdays and Fridays
    • 6:30am to 3pm daily

Non-Slewing Crane courses include

  • Pre-course study guide
  • A detailed training plan
  • Classroom based training in health and safety through videos, live demonstrations, and clear instructions delivered by our high performing, knowledgeable trainers Written and practical assessment including all training materials
  • A hi-vis vest
  • Reliable practical training to meet logbook hours requirements
  • Nationally Recognised Statement of Attainment
  • High Risk Work Licence Outcome

Detailed Course Information

  • Full Training and Assessment Course
    • An exceptional quality competency-based training program delivered by our knowledgeable team
    • Both the formal and informal requirements of the training are completed in a controlled environment at Major Training Group’s high quality simulated worksites throughout QLD
    • Students are trained to a competency level suitable to achieve all elements of the assessment
    • High quality training and materials including log book, training plan, full assessment and training manual are provided
  • Formal Training and Assessment Course
    • Students complete the mandatory informal training on the job or at their current employment
    • Formal training is completed at a Major Training Group site
    • Employer must agree and fill in all relevant areas of student’s logbook
    • Includes a written assessment on completion of formal training
  • Formal Assessment Only (after completion of formal training)
    • For experienced and competent operators on completion of formal training
    • Requires employer involvement
    • Students must log hours and detail of relevant tasks performed at their workplace
    • Student log book must be signed off by employer or employer’s representative with the relevant OHS licence
    • A completed log book with an employer’s letter validating the log is required

High Risk Work licences

  • High Risk Work licences have a 5 year life span, after this time they licence will need to be renewed. This is done via the WHS web site.
  • If your High Risk Work licence has expired the operator has up to 12 months to renew the HRW licence.
  • If your High Risk Work licence has expired you are not a licenced operator in the period of time.
  • If it is past the 12 month period the operator has no choice but to come and do the written and practical exam again.
  • A VOC cannot be done on an expired licence.

Course Requirements

  • Be able to read and write basic English (Workplace Health and Safety requirement)
  • Pass a language, literacy & numeracy assessment (LLN)
  • Minimum 18 years of age (Workplace Health and Safety requirement)
  • Provide three forms of identification click here to view valid documents
  • Wear steel capped or safety boots on site; sun protection – hat long sleeves and pants – are also recommended
  • A licence fee is payable at the Post Office for high risk licence to receive card

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)

  • Applications for RPL are available through Major Training Group. See our RPL page for more detail