TLILIC3008, TLILIC4009, TLILIC4010, TLILIC4011 Licence to operate a slewing mobile crane

Our high performing, knowledgeable team delivers high quality, reliable training solutions that will give you the skills to operate cranes at the highest level of safety and compliance.

Our crane courses are offered across QLD in Brisbane, Gold Coast and Sunshine Coast. Call 1300 790 822 to make a booking or enquiry today.

Objective Of The Crane Courses

A Slewing Crane licence with Major Training Group is a nationally recognised qualification that will give you the skills for roles that involve the safe operation of a range of slewing cranes. A crane licence allows you to safely operate a variety of these machines across the construction industry. Without the correct crane ticket you would not be able to operate these machines legally. Successful completion of the crane course will result in the issuing of a crane ticket.

Delivery

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

Slewing Cranes:

  • (C2) up to 20 tonne
  • (C6) up to 60 tonne
  • (C1) up to 100 tonne
  • (C0) Open Class
  • Full Crane 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 Crane 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

Slewing Crane Course 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 in Brisbane, Sunshine Coast and Gold Coast.
  • Written and practical assessment including all training materials
  • A hi-vis vest.
  • Reliable practical training to meet logbook requirements – shortened logbook hours required for experienced operators
  • Nationally Recognised Statement of Attainment

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 sleeved shirt and pants are 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

Training Available Across QLD In Brisbane, Sunshine Coast And Gold Coast

Call our supportive team on 1300 790 822 to make a booking or enquiry today.