CPCCLRG3001A, CPCCLRG3002A, CPCCLRG4001A Licence to perform rigging

Our enthusiastic, knowledgeable team deliver high quality, reliable training solutions that will give you the skills to safely work with a wide range of loads and lifting gear on construction and building sites. We operate in Brisbane and surrounding QLD areas such as Sunshine Coast and Gold Coast.

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 the construction industry, Major Training Group will make it happen.

Objective Of The Rigging Training

A Rigging licence with Major Training Group is a nationally recognised qualification that will get you construction site ready for a range of roles that involve for example structural steel erection, movement of plant, hoists, mast climbers, and cantilevered crane loading platforms.

Our basic rigging, intermediate rigging and advanced rigging courses are all designed to provide you with the right qualifications to complete specific jobs on a construction site. We offer our training across QLD in Brisbane as well as Sunshine Coast and Gold Coast.

Delivery Of The Rigging Training In Brisbane

With safety in mind Major Training Group offers flexible, reliable, and easy to access options:
Rigging Licences have 3 levels which must be completed prior to progressing to the next.

Basic Rigging Course takes a step up from Dogman with more advanced safety apparatus and includes inspection of equipment, use of a safety harness, preparing rigging equipment and hazard control measures.

Intermediate Rigging Course builds on basic rigging and introduces advanced safety apparatus construction such as the rigging of cranes and the inspection of tilt panels.

Advanced Rigging Course builds on intermediate rigging and introduces advanced safety apparatus construction such as the rigging of a span rope, derrick or gin pole, or the installation of a swinging stage.

Choose a program that suits you:

  • Full Training and Assessment Course
    • Everything you need from start to finish
    • Competency-based training over 5 or 6 days delivered by our knowledgeable team
    • Courses run Mondays to Saturday 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 with supervision from a licenced operator
    • Courses run Mondays to Saturday from 6:30am to 3pm daily

Rigging Training Across QLD Includes

  • 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 and gloves.
  • Reliable practical training to meet logbook hours requirements – shortened logbook hours required for experienced operators
  • Nationally Recognised Statement of Attainment

Detailed Course Information

  • Full Training and Assessment Course – Basic & Intermediate Rigging only
    • 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– Basic, Intermediate & Advanced Rigging
    • 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) – Basic, Intermediate & Advanced Rigging
    • 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.

Course Requirements

  • A current Dogman Licence is required before beginning the Basic Rigging course
  • A current Basic Rigging Licence is required before beginning Intermediate Rigging course
  • A current Intermediate Rigging Licence is required before beginning Advanced Rigging course
  • 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
  • Wear steel capped or safety boots on site; sun protection – hat long sleeves and pants – is also recommended
  • A licence fee is payable at the Post Office for high risk plant

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)

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

Want more than a licence to rig in brisbane, sunshine coast and gold coast?

Get a nationally recognised qualification with a our new construction skill program and get a Certificate III in Rigging.