Purpose:

This unit applies to personnel required to respond to an aircraft incident, primarily outside the major domestic and international airports.

This unit is not intended to replace work undertaken by aviation firefighters who specialise in aviation firefighting. Training for aviation firefighting is encompassed within other units within the Fire Sector qualifications.

Course Name: AVI_GEN - PUAFIR305B Respond to Aviation incidents (General)
Course Code: AVI_GEN
Course Duration: 4 Days
Training Plans: Respond to Aviation Incidents (General)
Description:

The aim of this course is to provide a forum to facilitate the skills and competency to respond to an aviation incident, under supervision, as a member of a non-specialist team.

The course focuses on emergency response in an aviation context, and does not factor time for training or attainment in pre-requisite knowledge and skills. If the pre-requisite knowledge and skills are not demonstrated to the standard specified for the units, a skills development plan will be recommended to provide the participants the opportunity to attain competency.

Assessment:

The course will be based on theoretical sessions, equipment demonstrations and practical exercises.

Students who are deemed competent will receive a Statement of Attainment recognised under the Australian Qualifications Framework. This certification is nationally recognised. The Statement is issued by Riklan Emergency Management Services (RTO 51994)

Entry Requirements:

PUAFIR218 Respond to isolated structure fire, or, PUAFIR203B Respond to urban fire
PUAFIR207B Operate Breathing Apparatus Open Circuit

Language, literacy and numeracy requirements from the unit are:
- Writing is required to the level of completing written assessments.
- Numeracy is required to enable the determination of similar activities.

Mode of Delivery:

Face to face and practical hands-on training conducted by an experienced instructor with strong knowledge of relevant legislation and Australian Standards.

Units of Competence:
CodeUnit NameType
PUAFIR305B Respond to aviation incidents (general)
Notes:

If you are a new or continuing student undertaking nationally recognised training, you need a USI in order to receive your qualification or statement of attainment for this unit. Visit usi.gov.au

Purpose:
Course Name: CHLOR_GAS - Operate and Control Liquefied Chlorine Gas Disinfection (NWPTRT013 )
Course Code: CHLOR_GAS
Course Duration: 8 hours - face to face
Training Plans: NWPTRT013 Operate and Control Liquefied Chlorine Gas Disinfection
Description:

The course is designed for operators with a specific responsibility for disconnecting and connecting liquefied chlorine gas containers. The unit of competency covers the skills required to monitor and operate liquefied chlorine gas disinfection systems and report on process quality control, whilst working safely.

COST: $600 per person
For group or company bookings please contact us for an obligation free quote

Assessment:

The course will be based on theoretical sessions, equipment demonstrations and practical exercises.

Entry Requirements:

Breathing Apparatus Training - proof of competency required

Language, literacy and numeracy requirements from the unit are:
- Writing is required to the level of completing written assessments.
- Numeracy is required to enable the determination of similar activities.

Mode of Delivery:

This course can be delivered in two formats; 1) Classroom environment using interactive elements and real life situations; or 2) Customised training at your worksite.

Units of Competence:
CodeUnit NameType
NWPTRT013 Operate and Control Liquefied Chlorine Gas Disinfection
Notes:

If you are a new or continuing student undertaking nationally recognised training, you need a USI in order to receive your qualification or statement of attainment for this unit.

Purpose:
Course Name: Drive HV - Drive Heavy Rigid Vehicle (TLIC3004)
Course Code: Drive HV
Course Duration: Approximately 16 hours
Training Plans: Drive Heavy Rigid Vehicle
Description:

This unit involves the skills and knowledge required to drive a heavy rigid vehicle safely, in compliance with relevant state/territory roads and traffic authority licence requirements and regulations for heavy rigid vehicles.
It includes maintaining systematic and efficient control of all vehicle functions, monitoring traffic and road conditions, managing vehicle condition and performance, and effectively managing hazardous situations. It also includes assessment on theoretical components including;
Fatigue Management,
Load Security, and
Mechanical Concepts.

Entry Requirements:

You must hold a current:
- C class licence with 24 months experience (Post Probationary), or
- An LR class licence with 12 months experience, or
- An MR licence with 12 months experience

https://www.transport.wa.gov.au/mediaFiles/licensing/DVS_F_DL_E89_QA_MRHRHC.pdf

Language, literacy and numeracy requirements from the unit are:
- Writing is required to the level of completing written assessments.
- Numeracy is required to enable the determination of similar activities

Mode of Delivery:

Face to face

Units of Competence:
CodeUnit NameType
TLIC3004 Drive heavy rigid vehicle
Purpose:
Course Name: Drive MR - Drive Medium Rigid Vehicle (TLIC3003)
Course Code: Drive MR
Course Duration: Approximately 16 hours
Training Plans: Drive Medium Rigid Vehicle
Description:

This unit involves the skills and knowledge required to drive a medium rigid vehicle safely in accordance with the licence requirements and regulations of the relevant state/territory roads and traffic authority pertaining to medium rigid vehicles.
It includes systematically and efficiently controlling vehicle functions, monitoring traffic and road conditions, managing vehicle condition and performance, and effectively managing hazardous situations.

Entry Requirements:

You must hold a current:
- C class licence with 12 months experience (Post Probationary)

https://www.transport.wa.gov.au/mediaFiles/licensing/DVS_F_DL_E89_QA_MRHRHC.pdf

Language, literacy and numeracy requirements from the unit are:
- Writing is required to the level of completing written assessments.
- Numeracy is required to enable the determination of similar activities.

Mode of Delivery:

Face to face

Units of Competence:
CodeUnit NameType
TLIC3003 Drive medium rigid vehicle
Purpose:
Course Name: RLEI_2UNIT - Respond to Local Emergencies & Incidents Cluster
Course Code: RLEI_2UNIT
Training Plans: Respond to local emergencies & incidents cluster
Description:
Units of Competence:
CodeUnit NameType
PMAOMIR444 Develop incident containment tactics
RIIERR302D Respond to local emergencies and incidents
Purpose:
Course Name: CPR - HLTAID001 Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation
Course Code: CPR
Training Plans: CPR
Description:
Assessment:

Assessment is through a combination of practical first aid activities, written activities and a written test paper.

You will be required to demonstrate CPR on a manikin on the floor.

Entry Requirements:

Language, literacy and numeracy requirements from the unit are:
- Writing is required to the level of completing written assessments.
- Numeracy is required to enable the determination of similar activities.

Arrive in suitable attire, including long pants and closed-in shoes if undertaking classroom training.

Units of Competence:
CodeUnit NameType
HLTAID001 Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation
Purpose:

The purpose of this course is to provide participants with the competency requirements associated with the identification, avoidance, review, and evaluation of workplace risks and hazards, maintenance of personal safety and the reporting to supervisors and team members. This course will also provide participants with the competency requirements associated with the operation and maintenance of breathing apparatus equipment in an irrespirable atmosphere.

Course Name: BA_2DAY - Open Circuit Breathing Apparatus
Course Code: BA_2DAY
Course Duration: 2 days
Training Plans: Open Circuit Breathing Apparatus Cluster
Description:

PUAFIR207B Operate Breathing Apparatus Open Circuit
PUAFIR215 Prevent Injury
PUAOHS002B Maintain Safety at an Incident Scene

Assessment:

While the training for the three units is delivered concurrently, each Unit of Competency is assessed as a discrete unit. The pre-requisite unit is assessed sequentially

The course will be based on theoretical sessions, written assessment, equipment demonstrations and practical exercises

Entry Requirements:

Pre-Requisite – PUAFIR215 Prevent injury (will be attained during this course).

Units of Competence:
CodeUnit NameType
PUAFIR207B Operate breathing apparatus open circuit
PUAFIR215 Prevent injury
PUAOHS002B Maintain safety at an incident scene
Purpose:
Course Name: EWP - Licence to operate a boom-type EWP - boom length 11 meters or more (TLILIC2005)
Course Code: EWP
Course Duration: 1 day
Training Plans: Licence to Operate a Boom-Type Elevated Work Platform Course
Description:

This unit specifies the outcomes required to operate a boom-type elevating work
platform (boom length 11 metres or more) for licensing purposes, and involves the operation of a telescoping device, hinged device, or articulated device or any combination of these used to support a platform on which personnel, equipment and materials may be elevated to perform work. The 11 metre boom length shall be taken to mean the greater of the following:
(a) The vertical distance from the floor of the platform to the surface supporting the elevating work platform with the platform at its maximum height; or
(b) The nominal reach, measured horizontally from the centre point of rotation to the outer edge of the platform in its most extended position.

COST: $395 (incudes WorkSafe Licence Fee of $95 for new licence or $74.55 to add a new class to an existing licence)
For group or company bookings please contact us for an obligation free quote

Assessment:

The course will be based on theoretical sessions, written assessment, equipment demonstrations and practical exercises

In undertaking the written component of the Assessment Instrument WorkSafe does not permit, under any circumstances, an interpreter to be used and requires that applicants attempt the written examination in their own hand. Being able to write answers to the written questions is an essential means of demonstrating to the assessor that they can read the English language. However, when marking written assessments assessors can seek verbal clarification/enhancement of questions not fully answered.

WorkSafe also wishes to confirm that all written assessments for HRWLs must be 'closed book' in that applicants must not have access to any information.

Entry Requirements:

Must be over 18 years of age
WorkSafe considers that to assist in ensuring safety at the workplace, and to comply with Regulation 6.20(2)(d) of the Occupational Safety and Health Regulations 1996 requirements, applicants for a High Risk Work Licence must have sufficient knowledge of the English language to communicate orally with other workers and where appropriate be able to read and understand:
• Safety signs at workplaces.
• Operator manuals in the case of plant such as, for example, fork-lift trucks, work platforms and cranes
• Load charts and/or compliance plates in the case of plant as exampled above.
• Assembly instructions and drawings associated with rigging and scaffolding work.
• Job Safety Analyses (JSAs) .
In undertaking the written component of the Assessment Instrument WorkSafe does not permit, under any circumstances, an interpreter to be used and requires that applicants attempt the written examination in their own hand. Being able to write answers to the written questions is an essential means of demonstrating to the assessor that they can read the English language. However, when marking written assessments assessors can seek verbal clarification/enhancement of questions not fully answered.

WorkSafe also wishes to confirm that all written assessments for HRWLs must be 'closed book' in that applicants must not have access to any information.

Mode of Delivery:

Face to face and practical hands-on training conducted by an experienced instructor with strong knowledge of relevant legislation and Australian Standards.

Units of Competence:
CodeUnit NameType
TLILIC2005 Licence to operate a boom-type elevating work platform (boom length 11 metres or more)
Notes:

If you are a new or continuing student undertaking nationally recognised training, you need a USI in order to receive your qualification or statement of attainment for this unit

Purpose:

The purpose of this course is to provide participants with necessary skills and practical knowledge to shift loads using manual handling methods, including assessing the risks associated with relocating the load, planning the relocation process and carrying out the relocation in accordance with the plan.

Course Name: MHAND - Shift Materials Safely Using Manual Handling Methods (TLID1001)
Course Code: MHAND
Course Duration: 4 hours
Training Plans: Manual Handling Course
Description:

Manual handling tasks are responsible for over 35% of compensationable injuries within Australian workplaces.

This Nationally Recognised training equips participants with skills and knowledge to shift loads using manual handling methods, including planning, risk assessment and relocating the load according to the plan.

It includes compliance with safety legislation and principles of safe lifting. It also covers moving loads as part of day-to-day work, performed under some supervision, generally within a team environment.

Assessment:

The course will be based on theoretical sessions, equipment demonstrations and practical exercises.

Students who are deemed competent will receive a Statement of Attainment recognised under the Australian Qualifications Framework. This certification is nationally recognised. The Statement is issued by Riklan Emergency Management Services (RTO 51994)

Entry Requirements:

Language, literacy and numeracy requirements from the unit are:
- Writing is required to the level of completing written assessments.
- Numeracy is required to enable the determination of similar activities.

Equipment and Materials:

Students must wear enclosed shoes.

Mode of Delivery:

Face to face and practical hands-on training conducted by an experienced instructor with strong knowledge of relevant legislation and Australian Standards.

Units of Competence:
CodeUnit NameType
TLID1001 Shift materials safely using manual handling methods
Notes:

If you are a new or continuing student undertaking nationally recognised training, you need a USI in order to receive your qualification or statement of attainment for this unit.

Purpose:
Course Name: GANT - Gantry (Overhead) Crane Cluster (RIIHAN203D, RIIHAN305D)
Course Code: GANT
Course Duration: 1 Day
Training Plans: Operate a Gantry or Overhead Crane
Description:

This course covers the requirements for operating a gantry or overhead crane which is controlled by pendant or wireless remote.

Successfully completing this course will allow you to operate any gantry, bridge, jib or wall mounted crane with three (3) or less powered motions.

Short/Cross travel is one motion; Long/Length travel is a second motion; and Hoist raise or Hoist lower is a third motion.

IMPORTANT: This course does not cover the requirements for a gantry or overhead crane with four (4) or more powered motions. A High Risk Work Licence (class CB) is required for this type of crane.

Assessment:

The course will be based on theoretical sessions, equipment demonstrations and practical exercises.

While the training for the two units is delivered concurrently, each Unit of Competency is assessed as a discrete unit.

Students who are deemed competent will receive a Statement of Attainment recognised under the Australian Qualifications Framework. This certification is nationally recognised. The Statement is issued by Riklan Emergency Management Services (RTO 51994)

Entry Requirements:

Language, literacy and numeracy requirements from the unit are:
- Writing is required to the level of completing written assessments.
- Numeracy is required to enable the determination of similar activities.

Equipment and Materials:

Arrive in suitable attire, including long pants and closed-in shoes if undertaking practical training.

Mode of Delivery:

Face to face and practical hands-on training conducted by an experienced instructor with strong knowledge of relevant legislation and Australian Standards.

Units of Competence:
CodeUnit NameType
RIIHAN203D Conduct Lifting Operations
RIIHAN305D Operate a Gantry or Overhead Crane
Notes:

If you are a new or continuing student undertaking nationally recognised training, you need a USI in order to receive your qualification or statement of attainment for this unit.

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