General Construction

Industry Recognised Training and Accredited Courses

These courses are delivered under a third party agreement with GL Training RTO 40871

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Provide first aid

HLTAID003 Provide First Aid

This Course is delivered under a Third Party Arrangement with GL Training (RTO40871)

Course Overview: 

The First Aid unit, HLTAID003 Provide First Aid, is nationally accredited and provides participants with the qualification to be a First Aid representative in many workplaces and other required situations. The course we deliver is highly practical and focused on real Safety Scenarios that you can put in to practice.

Target Audience

Learners who require to provide first aid in a workplace, volunteer organisation or home environment

Entry Requirements/What to Bring: 

Participants must provide a USI number on enrolment, provide photographic identification on enrolment. Participants must provide and wear their own PPE for this course. This course contains safety critical information requiring participants have the ability to read, write and understand English and basic calculation

Preference that all participants enrolled in our program are advised to wear comfortable clothing

Prerequisites:

Nil

Delivery Mode:

This course may be delivered by face to face delivery or blended learning

Duration: 1 day face to face plus course pre work approximately 1-1.5 hours.

Learning Outcomes

  • Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation
  • Fractures and dislocations
  • Burns and scalds
  • Head, chest and spinal injuries
  • Fainting and unconsciousness
  • Bandaging techniques
  • Breathing difficulties
  • Poisoning, bites, stings and much more!

Assessment:

Conducted via a combination of

  • Multiple choice theory exam
  • Group activities and oral questioning throughout the course
  • Practical demonstrations/skills assessments.

On Completion: 

Upon successful completion, participants will be issued with a nationally accredited Statement of Attainment for HLTAID003 Provide First Aid  (valid for 3 years) and HLTAID001 Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation (valid for 12 months)

Cost: $100.00 per person

Training Dates: 

Courses arranged on demand.

Contact Us to Find Out More: 

If you are looking for or have gained employment that requires skills and knowledge to perform EWP rescue then contact the friendly staff at Intuitive Training.

Call 0405 103 690 or send us a message from our contact page and we can further discuss enrolling you in our electrical course

Elevating Work Platform (EWP) Under 11 Meters

RIIHAN301D Elevating Work Platform (EWP) Under 11 Meters

This Course is delivered under a Third Party Arrangement with GL Training (RTO40871)

Course Overview

This course teaches the necessary knowledge and skills to operate a Elevating Work Platform under 11 meters which are not classed as requiring a HRWL, if you are required to work above 11 meters please enquire about our over 11 meter 3 day course TILIC2005A.

The Under 11 meter course includes the use of 

  • Boom lift EWP (under 11 meter)
  • Scissor lift (at any height)

Entry Requirements/What to Bring: 

Participants must provide a USI number on enrolment, provide photographic identification on enrolment. Participants must provide and wear their own PPE for this course. This course contains safety critical information requiring participants have the ability to read, write and understand English and basic calculations

Prerequisites: Nil

Delivery Mode: This course may be delivered by face to face delivery or blended learning

Duration: Initial Training: 1 day

Learning Outcomes

  • Access, interpret documentation and ensure the work activity is compliant
  • Obtain, read, interpret work requirements
  • Select and wear personal protective equipment appropriate for work activities
  • Identify and select any required tools and equipment
  • Perform pre-start and post-start inspections/checks
  • Coordinate activities with others prior to commencement of work
  • Apply control measures
  • Obtain and interpret emergency procedures
  • Stabilise elevating work platform
  • Place tools and equipment into bucket/platform
  • Use approved safety devices, ensure safety of all personnel
  • Act on or report on monitoring systems and alarms
  • Recognise and respond to hazardous and emergency situations
  • Complete work and shut-down
  • Carry out work platform inspections and fault finding
  • Carry out routine operational servicing, lubrication and housekeeping tasks in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions and site authorised procedures and practices
  • Carry out minor operator maintenance to manufacturer’s instructions and site requirements
  • Process written records
  • Clear and clear work area
  • Check, clean, maintain and store plant, tools and equipment

Expiry: Although the unit of competency does not expire industry standards require that this qualification is renewed every 3 years.

Assessment: is conducted via a combination of written questions/answers and practical demonstrations.

On Completion: 

Participants will be issued with a nationally accredited Statement of Attainment for RIIHAN301D Elevating Work Platform (EWP) Under 11 Meters

Cost: $300 per person

Training Dates: 

Courses arranged on demand.

Contact Us to Find Out More: 

If you are looking for or have gained employment that requires skills and knowledge to perform EWP rescue then contact the friendly staff at Intuitive Training.

Call 0405 103 690 or send us a message from our contact page and we can further discuss enrolling you in our electrical course

Please contact our friendly staff by phone or email, and they’ll be happy to help with pricing information.

Work Safely at Heights

RIIWHS204D – Work Safely at Heights

This Course is delivered under a Third Party Arrangement with GL Training (RTO40871)

Accredited Working at Heights Course

Intuitive Training is proud to offer a height safety training program that ensures participants learn essential components of how to safely navigate workplace scenarios when they are required to work above the ground.

Working at Heights Course Overview

Work at heights training is focused on fall prevention rather than fall arrest. This course is designed to equip workers with the practical

skills and knowledge to work safely in any height situation they might find themselves in. The course it is primarily aimed at general construction, mining, maintenance, large factories and other professional situations such as ESI or Telco workers where work is conducted at a height.

Duration: 1 Day

Target Audience

All workers who perform or supervise tasks whilst at heights will find this course beneficial to workplace safety.  This course will enable you to comply with current WHS legislation.

Entry Requirements/What to Bring: Participants must provide a USI number on enrolment, provide photographic identification on enrolment. Participants must provide and wear their own PPE for this course. This course contains safety critical information requiring participants have the ability to read, write and understand English and basic calculations. Training is conducted in an outdoor environment which may require you to bring wet weather gear.

Prerequisites: Nil

Delivery Mode: This course may be delivered by face to face delivery or blended learning

Duration: Initial Training:1 day

Learning Outcomes

  • Knowledge of regulations, legislation and Australian standards
  • Risk assessment and hazard elimination
  • Anchor systems, selecting solid and reliable anchorage
  • Knowledge of all restraint systems, selection of equipment and correct use
  • Knowledge of work positioning systems, selection of equipment and correct use
  • Knowledge of fall arrest systems
  • Correct use of energy absorbing lanyards
  • Correct use of ladders and ladder safety training

Assessment: is conducted via a combination of written questions/answers and practical demonstrations.

On Completion:
Participants will be issued with a nationally accredited Statement of Attainment for the six (6) units of competency listed above and a Statement of Attanendance for Safe to Climb and Ladder Handling

Cost: $200.00 per person

Training Dates: Courses arranged on demand.

Contact Us to Find Out More: If you are looking for or have gained employment that requires skills and knowledge to perform EWP rescue then contact the friendly staff at Intuitive Training.

Call 0405 103 690 or send us a message from our contact page and we can further discuss enrolling you in our electrical course

Control traffic with a stop-slow bat

RIIWHS205D Control traffic with a stop-slow bat

This Course is delivered under a Third Party Arrangement with GL Training (RTO40871)

Course Description 

The course has been designed to ensure a person has the skills and knowledge required to control traffic with stop-slow bat in the Resources and Infrastructure Industries

It must be completed in a 12-month period prior to the application for accreditation being lodged with TMR. To be accredited as traffic controller in Queensland, a person must complete a Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR) Approved Traffic Controller Training Course.

The course comprises the national competency unit RIIWHS205D Control traffic with a stop-slow bat, and content from the Traffic Controller Accreditation Scheme Approved Procedure (TCASAP).

Course Outline

  • Prerequisites for Traffic Controller accreditation
  • Legal powers to control traffic
  • Traffic Controller signage and signals
  • Positioning for controlling traffic
  • Planning and preparing for traffic control work
  • Traffic Control Operations – procedures for two-way and multi-lane roads
  • Emergencies and incident reporting
  • Communications
  • Worksite Clean up
  • Accreditation

COURSE DURATION 2 Days training plus 1 shift with our Traffic Control Partner Company/s

The course has three (3) parts

  • Day 1 (8hrs) TMR Theory Component
  • Day 2 (8hrs) Supervised Practical Training
  • Practical shift with one of our Traffic Control Partners on a live road.

Part one: In-house training course (8 hrs)

This course is delivered in a classroom environment using TMR approved training resources including simulated practical exercises conducted in a controlled environment. The in-house course is delivered to new industry entrants.

Part two: Supervised training in a live environment (8 hrs)

Supervised training in a live traffic environment under the direct supervision of experienced accredited traffic controllers. The trainee’s experience in the live traffic environment includes a range of practical activities.

Part three: Practical shift (Supervised traffic control at a live worksite with our Traffic control Partners)

Attendance at a live worksite where trainees are engaged in traffic controller duties under the direct supervision of experienced accredited traffic controllers as per the TCASAP requirements . Experience at the live worksite includes a range of practical traffic controller activities.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

TMR Qld minimum entry requirements require that participants must:

  • Hold a General Construction Induction Card (White Card or Blue Card) As the person must complete on-site practical via placement a person must hold a Construction Industry ‘White Card’
  • Have held a drivers licence (Australian or foreign) other than a learners within the last 5 years
  • Meet the TCASAP medical fitness criteria
  • Meet the criminal history requirements (last 10 years)
  • Meet the traffic history requirements (last 5 years)
  • Have access to their own transport or available transport

(Placement locations are not always close to where a person lives. In order to enable a person to complete the 20 hours vocational placement access to their own transport or available transport.

NOTE: Public transport is not always available for early starts and may not travel to the location of the placement.

Qualification

To achieve a successful outcome in the course, participants will be assessed in a range of activities. For new industry entrants this includes:

  • Observations and successful achievement in the written and practical assessments during the in-house component of the course
  • Completion of a logbook to the satisfaction of the RTO – logging a minimum of 20 hours supervised experience as a trainee at roadwork sites
  • Successful on-site assessment by the RTO confirming the competence of trainee in a road-works environment

Expiry:

  • The Traffic Controller accreditation is valid for 3 years from the date of issue.

Application for Traffic Controller Accreditation

To apply for a new Traffic Controller accreditation, applicants have the option to lodge an application in person at a TMR Customer Service Centre or online at: How to become a Traffic Controller

In person: (new applications & renewals)

Complete the Traffic Controller Accreditation Application form (F4115) and lodge the application at a TMR customer service centre and pay the appropriate fee.

Online: (new applications only)

Applicants who have had a digital photo image taken by TMR for a product such as a Queensland driver licence or another industry authority, will be able to use the online service, however this will depend on successfully answering authentication questions.

Applicants will be required to upload relevant documentation to support their application (such as their course certificate) and pay the traffic controller accreditation fee by credit card.

  • A customer will not be able to apply online for a Traffic Controller Accreditation application if they:
  • Have not had a digital photo image taken by TMR for a Queensland driver licence or another industry authority product
  • Already hold a Traffic Controller accreditation (renewal applications cannot be accepted via the online service)
  • Already have a Traffic Controller accreditation application in the system waiting to be processed / finalised
  • Have not held an open or provisional Queensland, interstate or foreign license for a continuous 12-month period in the last 5 years
  • Are not an individual (organisations are not eligible to apply for traffic controller accreditation)Suitability Checks and Accreditation FeesAccredited traffic controllers undertake a very important road safety function. To be suitable for the role, the person must be road safety conscious and be a responsible road user themselves. As a result, Transport and Main Roads (TMR) require applicants to pass a number of checks including:
  • Criminal Offence history
  • Traffic Offence history

For more information, refer to: Traffic Controller offence history and checking process

Medical Fitness Requirement – To be eligible as a traffic controller an applicant must satisfy medical fitness criteria relating to eyesight, hearing and speech, mobility endurance and concentration. For more information, refer to: Medical Fitness criteria

There is a fee of approximately $220.40 payable to TMR upon application for a three (3) year licence ($179.35 base fee and $41.05 criminal history check). These fees are set by TMR and are subject to change.

Further information from TMR – Queensland

For more information and frequently asked questions can be found at: Traffic Controller frequently asked questions

Important Information

Participant information from TMR Qld (must read) -:

Participants must read the below information bulletins and fact sheets released by TMR Qld prior to booking to ensure they are eligible to apply for the Qld Traffic Controller Accreditation.

  • Information sheet – Medical Fitness
  • Information sheet – How to become an Accredited Traffic Controller
  • Traffic Controller Offence History and Checking Process
  • Approved Traffic Controller course information and frequently asked questions fact sheet

Please contact our friendly staff by phone or email, and they’ll be happy to help with pricing information.

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Implement traffic management plans (TMI Qld)

RIIWHS302D Implement traffic management plans

(TMI Qld)

This Course is delivered under a Third Party Arrangement with GL Training (RTO40871)

Course Overview

Before setting up a roadway worksite in Qld a person must complete a Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR) Approved Traffic Management Implementation course. This course will ensure persons are trained in the application of the Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD) Part 3 (current edition) and the Qld Traffic Management for Construction and Maintenance Work Code of Practice 2008 requirements.

The unit requires compliance with:

  • Australian Standard AS1742.3 – 2009
  • Code of Practice – Traffic management for Construction and Maintenance Work 2008
  • Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices – Part 3 (current edition)
  • Transport Operations Road Use Management Act/Regulations 2011
  • Site specific Traffic Guidance Scheme / Traffic Management Plans

On successful completion of this course trainees will have

  • The skills and knowledge required to read and interpret the MUTCD
  • Understand basic risk management procedures
  • Implement a Traffic Management Plan / Traffic Guidance Scheme for roadworks purposes
  • Ensure traffic flow is maintained and the safety of the public and workers is maximised

COURSE OUTLINE

This course comprises of the following:

  • Plan and prepare to implement traffic management plan/s
  • With the selected traffic guidance scheme, be able to:
    • set out
    • monitor
    • close down
    • clean up
  • Access and apply site safety procedures
  • Apply personal and operational safety measures
  • Maintain personal wellbeing
  • Identify and report incidents
  • Plan and prepare for workplace communication and communicate using equipment and systems
  • Carry out face-to-face routine communication
  • Complete written documentation

COURSE DURATION

Part 1: Approximately eight (8) hours of face-to-face training and assessment.

  • An instructor led session including; lectures, group discussion, case studies, exercises and a written assessment workbook focusing on the participant’s ability to read and interpret the Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices Part 3 (MUTCD).
  • Completion of a minimum of two simulated in-class worksite setups. (Simulated activities and assessments are completed throughout the course on the day as a formative assessment process)

Upon successful completion of Part 1, participants will be issued with a “Statement of Attendance”.

Part 2: Practical Assessment on live job-sites – To be completed after the eight (8) hour training session.

Participants are required to produce documented evidence of the implementation of 3 separate worksite signage setups of varying complexity on live job-sites, e.g. a detour, shoulder works, merge lane closure, contra-flow, part road closure, frequently changing work site or mobile works. One of these setups must include controlling site construction vehicles.

Documented evidence must be provided within three months of completing part 1 of the course.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Participants must:

  • Hold a General Construction Induction Card (White Card or Blue Card)
  • Have held an open or provisional driver licence (Australian or foreign) other than a learners within the last 5 years
  • Meet the medical fitness criteria
  • Meet the criminal history requirements (last 10 years)
  • Meet the traffic history requirements (last 5 years)

Qualification

Participants who successfully complete both part 1 and part 2 of this course will be awarded a Statement of Attainment and a wallet sized Traffic Management Implementation card, showing a card number and an expiry date.

Note: Participants not required to install or remove signs in their workplace do not need to complete the practical component (Part 2).

Traffic Management Implementation theory training is a pre-requisite for further TMR approved courses.

Expiry:

The Traffic Management Implementation qualification is valid for 3 years from the date of issue.

Licence to Operate a Vehicle Loading Crane (10m tonnes and above) (CV)

TLILIC0012 – Licence to Operate a Vehicle Loading Crane

(10m tonnes and above) (CV)

This Course is delivered under a Third Party Arrangement with GL Training (RTO40871)

Course Overview: 

This course is designed for participants to obtain the necessary skills to operate a Vehicle Loading Crane with a capacity of 10 metre tonnes or more, mounted on a vehicle for the principle purpose of loading and unloading such a vehicle.

Acquired skills will include the application of load estimation and slinging techniques to move a load, as prescribed by the National Standard for Licensing Persons Performing High Risk Work.

Target Audience: 

Individuals who have or would like to gain employment operating a Vehicle Loading Crane in the civil, construction, infrastructure or resources industries.

Entry Requirements/What to Bring: 

Participants must provide a USI number on enrolment, provide photographic identification on enrolment. Participants must provide and wear their own PPE for this course. This course contains safety critical information requiring participants have the ability to read, write and understand English and basic calculation

Preference that all participants enrolled in our program already have their Dogging Licence (DG) as the knowledge is significantly helpful when obtaining your CV crane training and licence but it is not mandatory.

  • Minimum age 18 years
  • Basic ability in mathematics for formulas and load chart calculations
  • Good command of the English Language
  • Must have necessary health and fitness to carry out duties safely

Prerequisites: Nil

Delivery Mode: This course may be delivered by face to face delivery or blended learning

Duration: 5 Days (4 days for training and 1 day for High Risk Work License Assessment)

Learning Outcomes

  • Calculate safe working loads
  • Inspect equipment & identify faulty items
  • Set up and operation of crane
  • Correctly care for & store lifting equipment
  • Inspect crane component parts including sheaves, ropes, drums, hooks and anchorage
  • Assess load mass
  • Conduct pre-operational checks
  • Demonstrate all signals (hand and whistle) and use of walkie talkie / 2 way radio
  • Use of crane charts

Upon successful completion, participants will be:

Awarded with a Statement of Attainment for TLILIC0012 – Licence to Operate a Vehicle Loading Crane and eligible to apply to WorkCover for their (CV) Vehicle Loading Crane Licence.  This is a National High Risk Work (HRW) Licence. The application must be made within sixty (60) days at a Post Office. You will be required to provide one hundred (100) points of identification (ID) plus a passport sized photo with your application.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS:Minimum age 18 years

Assessment The assessment is conducted using a combination of realistic workplace tasks including calculations of loads and determination of lifting equipment, knowledge tests and practical observations.

On Completion:
Participants will be issued with a nationally accredited Statement of Attainment for the six (6) units of competency listed above and a Statement of Attanendance for Safe to Climb and Ladder Handling

Cost: $1200.00 per person

Training Dates: Courses arranged on demand.

Contact Us to Find Out More: If you are looking for or have gained employment that requires skills and knowledge to perform EWP rescue then contact the friendly staff at Intuitive Training.

Call 0405 103 690 or send us a message from our contact page and we can further discuss enrolling you in our electrical course

Licence to Operate a Forklift Truck (LF)

TLILIC2001 – Licence to Operate a Forklift Truck (LF)

This Course is delivered under a Third Party Arrangement with GL Training (RTO40871)

Forklift Licence Training: 

Intuitive Training offer’s weekly courses in the safe use of forklifts in the workplace. Our programs include extensive practical exercises and are designed to help participants get the most out of them, allowing them to continue on to build their careers with their newly developed skills and knowledge.

Course Overview: 

Our forklift licence training offers participants the knowledge and skill required to safely and effectively operate a forklift, including checking the vehicle’s condition, driving it to the fulfil operational and workplace requirements, monitoring site conditions maintaining the performance of a forklift.

Duration: 3 Days (2 Days training and 1 day for High Risk Work License Assessment)

Target Audience: Individuals working in a warehouse or an occupation where forklift driving is required and who do not hold a current High Risk Work Licence of LF Class Forklift.

Entry Requirements/What to Bring: Participants must provide a USI number on enrolment, provide photographic identification on enrolment. Participants must provide and wear their own PPE for this course. This course contains safety critical information requiring participants have the ability to read, write and understand English and basic calculation

  • Minimum age 18 years
  • Basic ability in mathematics for formulas and load chart calculations
  • Good command of the English Language
  • Must have necessary health and fitness to carry out duties safely

Prerequisites: Nil

Delivery Mode: This course may be delivered by face to face delivery or blended learning

Duration: 3 days (2 days for training and 1 day for High Risk Work License Assessment)

Learning Outcomes

  • Use appropriate methodology of determining the weight of a load
  • Have knowledge of Commonwealth, state or territory WHS legislation, standards, code of practice relevant to the safe operation for the forklift trucks
  • Identify forklift characteristics and capabilities (including use of load data plates)
  • Identify hierarchy of hazard identification and control
  • Understand organisational and workplace standards, requirements, policies and procedures for conducting operations for the crane class
  • Identify procedures for the recording, reporting and maintenance of workplace records and information
  • Conduct Forklift truck operations and safe operating techniques
  • Identify typical routine problems encountered in the operation of the crane and equipment and adjustments required for correctness

Assessment: is conducted via a combination of written questions/answers and practical demonstrations.

On Completion:
Participants will be issued with a nationally accredited Statement of Attainment for TLILIC2001 License to operate a forklift truck (LF)

Cost: $450.00 per person

Training Dates: Courses held weekly

Contact Us to Find Out More: If you are looking for or have gained employment that requires skills and knowledge to perform EWP rescue then contact the friendly staff at Intuitive Training.

Call 0405 103 690 or send us a message from our contact page and we can further discuss enrolling you in our electrical course

Secure cargo

TLIA1001 Secure cargo

This Course is delivered under a Third party Arrangement with GL Training (RTO40871)

Overview:  This Unit has been developed to increase your skills and knowledge aligned to the task to be carried out and also raise the understanding and awareness of industry workplace procedures. Whether you are currently working in the industry or looking for a career change, the unit of competence is relevant to the requirements employers are looking verify or upskill their workers as part of continuous improvement, safety and workplace efficiency.

Target Audience: Learners who are involved in the transport and ;logistics industry or anyone who is required to secure cargo to vehicles for transport.

Entry Requirements/What to Bring: Participants must provide a USI number on enrolment, provide photographic identification on enrolment. Participants must provide and wear their own PPE for this course. This course contains safety critical information requiring participants have the ability to read, write and understand English and basic calculation

Preference that all participants enrolled in our program are advised to wear comfortable clothing

Prerequisites: Nil

Delivery Mode: This course may be delivered by face to face delivery or blended learning

Duration: 1 day face to face

Learning Outcomes

  • Chain of responsibility
  • Policies and procedures for load restraint
  • Basic manual handling
  • Load restraint
  • Lashing methods
  • Tie down rails
  • Dangerous goods
  • Pallet loads
  • Loading documentation

Assessment: is conducted via a combination of

  • Multiple choice theory exam
  • Group activities and oral questioning throughout the course
  • Practical demonstrations/skills assessments.

On Completion: Upon successful completion, participants will be issued with a nationally accredited Statement of Attainment for TLIA1001 Secure cargo

Cost: $100.00 per person

Training Dates: Courses arranged on demand.

Contact Us to Find Out More: If you are looking for or have gained employment that requires skills and knowledge to perform EWP rescue then contact the friendly staff at Intuitive Training.

Call 0405 103 690 or send us a message from our contact page and we can further discuss enrolling you in our electrical course

Load and unload cargo

TLID2004 Load and unload goods/ cargo

This Course is delivered under a Third Party Arrangement with GL Training (RTO40871)

Course Overview: 

This Unit has been developed to increase your skills and knowledge aligned to the task to be carried out and also raise the understanding and awareness of industry workplace procedures. Whether you are currently working in the industry or looking for a career change, the unit of competence is relevant to the requirements employers are looking verify or upskill their workers as part of continuous improvement, safety and workplace efficiency.

Target Audience: Learners who are involved in the transport and ;logistics industry or anyone who is required to load and unload  cargo to vehicles for transport.

Entry Requirements/What to Bring: 

Participants must provide a USI number on enrolment, provide photographic identification on enrolment. Participants must provide and wear their own PPE for this course. This course contains safety critical information requiring participants have the ability to read, write and understand English and basic calculation

Preference that all participants enrolled in our program are advised to wear comfortable clothing

Prerequisites: Nil

Delivery Mode: This course may be delivered by face to face delivery or blended learning

Duration: 1 day face to face

Learning Outcomes

  • Chain of responsibility
  • Policies and procedures for load restraint
  • Basic manual handling
  • Load restraint
  • Lashing methods
  • Tie down rails
  • Dangerous goods
  • Pallet loads
  • Loading documentation

Assessment: is conducted via a combination of

  • Multiple choice theory exam
  • Group activities and oral questioning throughout the course
  • Practical demonstrations/skills assessments.

On Completion: Upon successful completion, participants will be issued with a nationally accredited Statement of Attainment for TLIA1001 Secure cargo

Cost: $100.00 per person

Training Dates: Courses arranged on demand.

Contact Us to Find Out More: If you are looking for or have gained employment that requires skills and knowledge to perform EWP rescue then contact the friendly staff at Intuitive Training.

Call 0405 103 690 or send us a message from our contact page and we can further discuss enrolling you in our electrical course

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