Non-Slewing Mobile Crane

Note: This is a non-accredited course

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This course aims to teach participants the skills and knowledge required to operate a non-slewing mobile crane safely in accordance with all relevant legislative requirements. You will be trained and assessed to the nationally recognised standard of TLILIC0008 – Licence to Operate a Non-Slewing Mobile Crane (Greater than 3 Tonnes Capacity). You will be required to achieve full competency in this unit to receive a statement of attainment.

Your formal training will take five days to complete. On your first day of training, you will be provided with a Student Workbook. You will complete this workbook under the direct supervision of a Martyr Training Services Trainer and Assessor. 

By the end of this course, you will be able to:

  • Identify and control risks and hazards in the work area.
  • Locate and interpret relevant documentation (e.g., logbook)
  • Select and inspect relevant equipment (e.g., barricades, firefighting  equipment)
  • Conduct all mandatory checks (pre-operational, operational, and  post-operational) on a non-slewing mobile crane.
  • Operate a non-slewing mobile crane.

You will need to successfully demonstrate your skills and knowledge by:

  • Completing the full course five-day course, including both the theory and performance components,
  • Documenting the use of a non-slewing mobile crane on more than one occasion while under the direct supervisor, and
  • Completing a series of JSA, prestart checks, and challenge tests.

This course includes a number of practice exams, which were designed to prepare you for your final  assessment.

Your final assessment will consist of a mandated Workplace Health and Safety Queensland (WHSQ) licensed assessment instrument. This assessment is CLOSED BOOK and must be completed without reference to learning material. This assessment consists of three sections: knowledge assessment, calculations assessment, and performance assessment.

To achieve a  satisfactory result on the mandated assessment, you must achieve a benchmark  of:

  • A result of 95% on the knowledge assessment,
  • A result of 100% on the calculations assessment, and
  • A result of 100% in the mandated performance assessment. 

Please be advised that competency in this unit does not result in a HRWL to operate this  plant. Participants can apply for a HRWL through the Queensland Government website. An application fee applies.

To achieve a satisfactory result on the mandated assessment, you must achieve a benchmark of:

  • A result of 95% on the knowledge assessment,
  • A result of 100% on the calculations assessment, and
  • A result of 100% in the mandated performance assessment.

Please be advised that competency in this unit does not result in a HRWL to operate this plant. Participants can apply for a HRWL through the Queensland Government website. An application fee applies.

Course Requirements:

  • All participants must be of at least18 years of age.
  • This course has a pre-requisite. Participants must demonstrate sufficient evidence of a current and valid certification in CPCCLDG3001 - Licence to Perform Dogging (or equivalent).
  • Participants are required to bring THREE (3) FORMS OF ID with them to EACH DAY OF TRAINING, including assessment days. Participants who arrive without the required forms of ID will not be allowed into training, and no refunds will be given. See page 3 of the course flyer for more information on acceptable forms of ID.
  • Students must possess the literacy skills to read and write basic English. Numeracy skills need to be of at least a Grade 8 standard. For further information, please read the LLN document provided. If you were not provided with a separate LLN document, please contact our administration staff.
  • Students must bring their USI (unique student identification number).
  • Courses are conducted in a simulated work environment. Students must be attired appropriately with enclosed shoes. Students wearing sandals or thongs will not be allowed into the course.
  • To allow time for registration, please arrive 15 minutes prior to the commencement of your course. Students who arrive late will not be allowed into class.

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, but currently Queensland Transport will grant three hours of logbook time for each hour with an accredited instructor for up to 10 hours. This means that just ten lessons with one of our trainers will make up 30 hours in the logbook.

While it is not a requirement to have lessons with an accredited assessor, it does offer invaluable experience for first-time drivers. Our experienced driving instructors are trained well above industry standard and participate in ongoing professional development and support – they are up to date with any changes in road rules. At Martyr Training Services, your safety is our priority. All of our vehicles are dual-controlled, meaning our assessors can step in to prevent an accident if needed.

Some people may only require one or two lessons, others may require more – it will depend on your driving experience, the frequency of driving lessons, and your confidence on the road. Your driving instructor will advise you of recommendations after each lesson.

We sure can! Please note, Queensland Transport charges a booking fee, which is be additional to the cost of your test. If you cancel your driving test, you will be refunded the amount less the booking surcharge.

Absolutely. When you book your driving test, just provide us with a pick-up and drop-off destination.

While we have given this a significant amount of consideration, this is not an option that we will be offering any time soon. We do not believe that it is in the best interest of our students to offer training in a vehicle that is not fitted with safety breaks.

Are you an experienced operator who does not hold a current nationally recognised ticket in this plant? You might be eligible for Recognition of Prior Learning! Contact our friendly team to find out more.

What is a non-accredited course?

Non-accredited training refers to a structured course that has no connection to an external accreditation or professional body and does not lead to a qualification within the Australia Qualifications Framework (AQF). Non-accredited training focuses on the development of specific knowledge and skillset.These programs are designed to prepare participants for a driving test with Queensland Transport and Main Roads.

Course code:

TLILIC0008 – Licence to Operate a Non-Slewing Mobile Crane (Greater than 3 TonnesCapacity)

Course duration:

5 days, including mandated assessment.

Prerequisite:

CPCCLDG3001 - Licence to Perform Dogging (or equivalent) 18 years of age Language, Literacy, and Numeracy Level 2

Assessment:

This course includes a mandated CLOSED BOOK EXAM

Online option available

Theory component is available online. Practical assessment must be completed in person. Get in touch for more information.

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