Rigging Certificate III Course - 10216

Rigging Course

Qualification:
Certificate III   NRT
Course no:
10216
Training package:
Construction, Plumbing and Services Integrated Framework
National Code:
CPC30711
Start date:
2014 semester 1
Available at:
 –   Petersham College
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    Course description and aims


    Course Description

    This course is for people interested in rigging and related construction activities. You will learn how to perform quality work in the building and construction industry, safely and efficiently. The course content covers the needs of the building and construction industry, including plant and equipment, structural steel erection, hoists, pre-cast concrete placement, safety nets and static lines, mast climbers, perimeter safety screens and shutters, and cantilevered crane loading platforms.

    The course also contains units which assist the candidate in achieving the WorkCover NSW licences in Rigging.

    Course Replaced

    18749 - Rigging

    Contact Details

    Sydney Institute Information Centre
    Ground Floor, Marcus Clark (Building W)
    827 - 839 George Street, Haymarket NSW 2007
    Phone: 1300 360 601 or
    To make an inquiry, go to http://www.sydneytafe.edu.au/contact-find-us

    Rigging and Scaffolding Petersham College (Annandale Annexe)
    Corner Johnston Street & The Crescent, Annandale 2038
    Phone: 9217 4181/4182 Fax: 9217 4039

    Course outcomes and careers


    Career Opportunities

    This course assists you in working in the rigging industry.

    You may find it useful to explore the My Future website at http://www.myfuture.edu.au

    Additional Pre-requisites

    Work Cover NSW requires participant to be a minimum of 18 years of age prior to commencing an assessment for HRW (high risk work) licencing units of competency

    Subjects and electives


    Modules/Units

    NumberSubject nameNominal hours
    Core - all must be completed
    CPCCCM1012AWork effectively and sustainably in the construction industry 12
    CPCCCM1013APlan and organise work12
    CPCCCM1014AConduct workplace communication 8
    CPCCCM1015ACarry out measurements and calculations 36
    CPCCCM2001ARead and interpret plans and specifications16
    CPCCCM2010BWork safely at heights 16
    CPCCCM3001COperate elevated work platforms 8
    CPCCCM3003AWork safely around power sources, services and assets 24
    CPCCLRG3001ALicence to perform rigging basic level96
    CPCCLRG3002ALicence to perform rigging intermediate level 24
    CPCCOHS2001AApply OHS requirements, policies and procedures in the construction industry16
    Electives - The availability of electives may vary between colleges and from year to year
    Electives available will be advised by teaching section at enrolment

    Entry requirements


    Minimum Entry Requirements

    There are no educational entry requirements for this qualification. However, before enrolling in this course you must successfully complete the OHS Induction Training (White Card) which will allow you entry into a construction worksite.

    Credit for previous study or experience


    Credit

    If you already have experience, skills and/or knowledge relevant to this course, you may be able to apply for credit. Credit is also called ‘Recognition of Prior Learning’ or just ‘RPL’.

    It’s worth finding out about credit because it can reduce or fast-track your study time. Depending on your individual circumstances, it may even save you some money. What’s not to love about that?!

    For further information, please contact the Sydney Institute Information Centre on 1300 360 601 or visit http://www.tafensw.edu.au/courses/rpl/index.htm

    Fees and costs


    Cost

    In 2014 the TAFE NSW fee for this course is $419.00 per semester.
    Additional Cost:
    $1150 per semester part time evening course related charge at Petersham

    Fee Notes

    When you enrol in a government-subsidised TAFE NSW course you will be required to pay the 'TAFE NSW fee' for the duration of that course, unless you qualify for a fee exemption or fee concession.

    The TAFE NSW fee is based on the qualification level.

    Other fee arrangements apply for commercial courses (fee for service), international students and temporary visa holders.

    If you are not a resident of NSW or working within NSW, fees may vary.

    Apprentices and Trainees who are registered in other States and Territories and are required to undertake training at TAFE NSW will continue to be eligible to access government subsidised training places.

    Exemptions:

    Australian Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander, you are exempt from paying the TAFE NSW fee.

    Students who live and work in NSW and who receive a disability support pension and students with a disability (clients of a Teacher/Consultant for students with a disability) are exempt from paying the TAFE NSW fee for one TAFE NSW course enrolment per year (and are eligible for a $106 concession fee for each subsequent course enrolment in that year).

    To complete your enrolment, you will need to fill-in the 2014 TAFE NSW Fee Exemption application form and go to your chosen college.

    Payment:
    If your course runs for more than one semester in the same calendar year, you may have the option to pay your TAFE NSW fee in two equal instalments for that year. However you must make the first payment when you enrol.

    If your course takes more than one year to complete, you must pay the relevant TAFE NSW fee for each subsequent years/semesters in which you re-enrol.

    You may pay your TAFE NSW fee and any course related charges by EFTPOS, Visa Card, MasterCard, cheque or money order payable to TAFE NSW.

    TAFE NSW does not accept cash.

    Your enrolment is not complete until you have paid your TAFE NSW fee. Once you have done this, you will be entitled to receive an active TAFEcard, attend class, access library resources, sit for examinations, receive educational awards and use college amenities. You may also benefit from services including travel concessions and childcare places.

    For more information on TAFE NSW fees, fee exemptions, fee concessions and other fee arrangements go to https://www.tafensw.edu.au/courses/fees/tafensw.htm

    Enrol at any location


    Enrolment and location

    Petersham College

    Part Time Evening, 1 Year, 8 Hours per week
    Indicative Timetable: 2 evenings per week, Monday and Wednesday 5:30pm to 9:30pm. Please note attendance for HRW licence assessments will be conducted on Saturdays.
    Additional Requirements: Participants must be 18 years of age in order to sit for any HRW assessements

    Part Time Evening, 1 Year, 8 Hours per week
    Indicative Timetable: 2 evenings per week, Tuesday and Thursday 5:30pm to 9:30pm. Please note attendance for HRW licence assessments will be conducted on Saturdays
    Additional Requirements: Participants must be 18 years of age in order to sit for any HRW assessements

    Part Time Evening, 1 Semester (18 weeks), 8 Hours per week
    Indicative Timetable: Stage 2 program. 2 evenings per week. Monday and Wednesday, 5:30pm to 9:30pm. Please note attendance for HRW licence assessments will be conducted on Saturdays.
    Additional Requirements: Particiapnt must have completed stage I prior to commencing this program. Participants must be 18 years of age in order to sit for any HRW assessements


    Disclaimer

    At TAFE NSW Sydney Institute we run courses subject to demand. This information was correct at time of publication and is subject to change at any time without notice.

    For more information on studying at Sydney Institute, including language, numeracy and literacy assistance; student support services; study options and policies relating to assessment, fees and refunds, complaints and student discipline, visit your nearest campus or see the Sydney TAFE website. http://www.sydneytafe.edu.au

    The information on this brochures is provided for Australian students and Australian Permanent Residents. If you are an international student contact the International Student Centre on +61 2 8289 4777.