COURSE INFORMATION

Need more information on a course? Click on the tabs below...

Click on the tabs for course information…

Construction Induction Training

Course Code: CPCCWHS1001 Work safely in the construction industry

Cost: $120 per person

 

About: Our Work Safely in the Construction Industry course will provide you with the essential knowledge and skills to work in a range of construction activities and sites. On completion of the course you will be issued with Certificate this is valid for 60 Days and Worksafe will issue you White Card in the mail.

Nothing compares to listening to and being taught by someone with more than 30 years experience in all facets of Civil construction.

Please note many of the numerous online courses are not recognised by many employers and most are not Worksafe approved.

Prerequisites: None, however you must have basic English skills and the ability to converse,  read and comprehend simple texts, basic written skills and understand the basic language used in the construction industry.

Course Duration: 8 hours (One day  8:00am to 3:00pm)

Course Topics:

  • Overview of relevant legislation and industry regulations
  • Construction Hazards and control measures
  • OH&S communication and reporting mechanisms
  • OH&S incident response procedures

Training:  Each workshop is facilitated by an experienced trainer and involves attendance and participation in an 8-hour workshop, involves presentations, small workgroup , open discussions and class activities.

Assessment: Requires the satisfactory completion of a multiple choice questions and Hazard identification.

Course Location: Currently available at your worksite.

This course and all related training services are delivered in partnership with Construction Training Group RTO No. 21396.

Traffic Control

Course Code: RIIWHS205D Control traffic with stop-slow bat         

Cost: $220 per person

 

About: This course addresses the competency required to control traffic with a stop-slow bat, to ensure the safety of workers and the general public.  Acknowledging the dangerous nature of controlling traffic, VicRoads requires that all personnel carrying out traffic control must have completed this approved course RIIWHS205D, and to undertake a refresher every three years.

Prerequisites: None, however you must have basic English skills and the ability to converse, read and comprehend basic English, complete language, numeracy and literacy assessment on course commencement to assess their capacity to meet language requirements.

Course Duration: 8 hours (One day)

Course Topics:

  • Overview of OH&S roles and responsibilities
  • Site Traffic management plans
  • Hazard and Risk management
  • Principles of Traffic Control
  • Working with road users

Training: Involves attendance and participation in an 8-hour workshop, involves presentations, small workgroup and practical activities.

Assessment: Requires the satisfactory completion of a written test and a series of practical demonstrations.

Course Location: This course is currently ran at your worksite.

This course and all related training services are delivered in partnership with Construction Training Group RTO No. 21396.

It is highly recommended that you also have completed RIIWHS302D Implement traffic management plan as well as CPCCWHS1001 Work safely in the construction industry if you wish to work in the traffic control industry.

Traffic Management

Course Code: RIIWHS302D Implement traffic management plan 

Price: $220 per person

 

About: This course addresses the competency required to interpret and implement traffic  management plans, to ensure the safety of workers and the general public, Acknowledging the dangerous nature of controlling traffic VicRoads requires all personnel  responsible for setting out, implementing and /or monitoring a Traffic guidance scheme, as required by a traffic management plan to have completed this approved course RIIWHS302D, and to undertake a refresher every three years.

Prerequisites: None, however, you must have basic English skills and the ability to converse, read and comprehend basic English,  complete language, numeracy and literacy assessment on course commencement to assess their capacity to meet language requirements.

Course Duration: 8 hours (One day)

Course Topics:

  • Prepare to implement Traffic management plans
  • Understanding management plans
  • Set up signage scheme
  • Monitor Traffic flow
  • Closing down TMS
  • Maintenance and storage of equipment and signage

Training: Involves attendance and participation in an 8 hour workshop, involves presentations, small work group and practical activities.

Assessment: Requires the satisfactory completion of a written test and a series of practical demonstrations.

Course Location: This course is available at your worksite.

This course and all related training services are delivered in partnership with Construction Training Group RTO No. 21396.

It is highly recommended that you also have completed RIIWHS205D Control traffic with stop-slow bat as well as CPCCWHS1001 Work safely in the construction industry if you wish to work in the traffic control industry.

Traffic Control and Management Refresher

Course Code: RIIWHS205D Control traffic with stop-slow bat and RIIWHS302D Implement traffic management plan

Cost: $220  ($150 for either one)

 

About: This course addresses the competency required to refresh your current “Control traffic using a Stop/Slow Bat and/or Implement Traffic Management Plans competencies.

These tickets are required to be refreshed every three years to maintain your currency.

Prerequisites: You MUST have one of the following to attend this course Please bring evidence of currency when attending (Card or Certificate) for verification.

RIIOHS205A Control Traffic with Stop-Slow Bat

RIIOHS205D Control Traffic with Stop-Slow Bat

RIIWHS302A Implement Traffic Management Plans

RIIWHS302D Implement Traffic Management Plans

Course Duration: 8 hours (One day) or Half day if only refreshing one

Course Topics:

  • Overview of OH&S roles and responsibilities
  • Site Traffic management plans
  • Hazard and Risk management
  • Principles of Traffic Control
  • Working with road users
  • Prepare to implement Traffic management plans
  • Understanding management plans
  • Set up signage scheme
  • Monitor Traffic flow
  • Closing down TMS
  • Maintenance and storage of equipment and signage

Training: Involves attendance and participation in a 2X4 hour workshops,  8am-12pm Traffic Control is covered and 12:30 pm to 4:30 pm Traffic management will be covered, involves presentations, small workgroup and practical activities.

Assessment: Requires the satisfactory completion of a written test and a series of practical demonstrations.

Course Location: This course is available at your worksite

This course and all related training services are delivered in partnership with Construction Training Group RTO No. 21396.

Spotters (For Electrical and Underground Services)

Course Code: 22325VIC Course in workplace spotting for service assets

Cost: $230 per person

 

About: This Spotters course enable participants to understand and carry out the role of the “Spotter” in a civil environment as a safety observer to warn operators of mobile plant/equipment and crane drivers, of the proximity to power lines and underground assets including power, gas, telecommunication, sewerage, and water.

On completion of the course, participants will receive a Statement of Attainment from Construction Training Group and a ‘Spotters Electrical Safety” Card issued by Energy Safe Victoria.

Please note it is a requirement to undertake a refresher every three years.

Prerequisites:

Attendees must be 18years or over to attend this course

Current HLTAID003 Provide first aid (Level2) with current HLTAID001 Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation required

Operators ticket or certificate of competency for the Specific items of plant which the Spotter is required to observe for (including truck licence if you want to spot for tippers).

Participants must have basic English skills and the ability to converse, read and comprehend basic English,  complete language, numeracy and literacy assessment on course commencement to assess their capacity to meet language requirements.

Note: If you have no operator tickets you can attend a Plant Knowledge course which will allow participants to Spot for Excavator, Loader Backhoe, and Loader.

Plant Knowledge is relevant for persons who may wish undertake the 21195VIC Course in Spotting for Service Assets but have no plant tickets.

Course Duration: 8 hours (One day)

 Course Topics:

  • Legislation, regulations, codes of practice and standards including OH&S requirements
  • The role, functions and duties of a spotter including pre-start job safety considerations, identification of electrical components, conductors and “No Go Zone” approach limit distances.
  • Operating characteristics of plant and equipment
  • Electrical Hazards, workplace incidents and the procedures to be followed in the event of contacting electrical conductors.

Course Delivery: Involves attendance and participation in an 8-hour workshop, involves presentations, small workgroup and practical activities.

Assessment: Requires the satisfactory completion of a written assessment and a series of practical demonstrations.

Course Location: This course is available at your worksite.

This course and all related training services are delivered in partnership with Construction Training Group RTO No. 21396.

It is highly recommended that you also have completed CPCCWHS1001 Work safely in the construction industry if you wish to work as a spotter in the civil construction industry.

 

Install Trench Support

Course Code: RIICCM210D Install trench support      

Cost: $180 per person

 

Note: This course can only be conducted at clients site with a requirement for a trench and shoring to be provided.

About: This course addresses the competency required to safely work in a trenched environment and install trench supports, In acknowledgement of the dangerous nature of working within a trench, we address the competency required to safely install trench supports in a variety of circumstances in the civil construction industry, This course is designed around the plumbing, gas, water, telecommunication,  infrastructure and civil construction industries etc.

Perquisites: None but you must have basic English skills and the ability to converse, read and comprehend basic English,  complete language, numeracy and literacy assessment on course commencement to assess their capacity to meet language requirements. You also need the physical capacity to undertake the practical aspects of the unit.

Course Duration: 8 hours (One day)

Course Topics:

  • Legislative, licencing, OH&S and regulatory requirements
  • Planning, preparing, installing and removing trench supports/shoring
  • Types of equipment, technical capabilities, and limitations
  • Isolation of the site and Traffic Control and authority responsibilities
  • Relevant record management

Training: Involves attendance and participation in an 8-hour workshops,  8am-12pm, this involves presentations, small workgroup and practical activities.

Assessment: Requires the satisfactory completion of a written test and a series of practical demonstrations.

Course Location: This course is available at your worksite.

This course and all related training services are delivered in partnership with Construction Training Group RTO No. 21396.

Victorian Electrical Distribution Network (VEDN) Underground Electrical

Cost: $280 per person

 

About: This course has been designed in cooperation with the Victorian Electrical Distribution Network (VEDN) partners, to appropriately train individuals in site preparation for electrical infrastructure. Completion of this course is a requirement for contractors carrying out work for electrical distribution companies.

Perquisites:  Current First Aid (Level 2) certificate, including current CPR.

You must have basic English skills and the ability to converse, read and comprehend basic English,  complete language, numeracy and literacy assessment on course commencement to assess their capacity to meet language requirements.

Course Duration: 8 hours (One day)

Course Topics:

  • Specific Legislative, Codes of Practice, OH&S and standard requirements
  • Construction plans, resource, and environmental requirements
  • Trenching, pit installation, cable and conduit installation requirements
  • Cable protection and backfilling requirements
  • Public lighting column and substation installation requirements

Training: Involves attendance and participation in an8-hour workshops,  8am-12pm, this involves presentations, small workgroup and practical activities.

Assessment: Requires the satisfactory completion of a written test and a series of practical demonstrations.

Course Location: This course is available at your worksite.

This course and all related training services are delivered in partnership with Construction Training Group RTO No. 21396.

Manual handling

Course Code: TLID1001 Shift material using manual handling methods

Cost: $120 Per person

 

About this Course: Did you know that manual handling is the biggest cause of workplace injury in Victoria? Each year, thousands of people are injured as a result of manual handling*. Our Manual Handling Course will equip you with the skills and knowledge that you need to shift loads safely using appropriate manual handling training techniques.
This course is suited to a wide variety of work roles and industries. And also for those individuals who volunteer with organisations such as the CFA, Surf Lifesaving, and sporting clubs.

Course Duration: 4 Hours (half day workshop)

Prerequisites/Entry Requirement: There are no formal prerequisites, however, participants must be able to converse and comprehend basic English and have the physical capacity to meet the manual handling requirements of

Course topics:

  • How the body moves
  • Consequences of poor manual handling
  • Types and characteristics of loads, clearances, routes and storage requirements
  • Risk factors and common control measures
  • Developing a relocation plan and process
  • Relocating loads safely, includes team lifting

Training: This highly interactive training program involves attendance and participation in a 4-hour workshop. Each workshop is facilitated by a member of our highly experienced training team, and includes trainer presentations, small group work, and practical activities – so your participation will be required!

Assessment: Will require satisfactory completion of a written test and a series of practical demonstrations.

Course Location: This course is available at your worksite.

This course and all related training services are delivered in partnership with Construction Training Group RTO No. 21396.

Plant Knowledge  (Excavator (LE), Backhoe (LB) and Front-end Loader (LL) only)

Cost $120 Per person

About this Course:  This workshop provides gap training for those with experience in the civil construction industry, who do not hold NOHSC:7019 certification in the operation of plant including Excavator (LE), Backhoe (LB) or Front-end Loader (LL) only. On successful completion of the workshop, participants will be issued a certificate of attendance for excavator, backhoe and front-end loader and will be eligible to attend the ‘No Go Zone’ Spotters Course.

Prerequisites: There are no prerequisites, however, participants must be able to converse and comprehend basic English.

About the Workshop: Following registration, you will receive a plant knowledge study guide which we ask you to work through prior to attending the workshop. The guide has been approved by EnergySafe Victoria and contains approximately 100 questions and answers on plant and equipment. Then attend a 4-hour workshop facilitated by a member of our highly experienced training team and satisfactorily complete assessment requirements.

Course Duration: 4 Hours 8am-12pm and is a half day course.

Assessment: Will require satisfactory completion of a 100 questions general knowledge and a series of practical activities.

Working at Heights

RIIWHS204D Work safely at heights

Cost $250 Per person

About this course

 
The work safely at heights workshop is designed for persons to work safely on construction sites where there is a risk of falling when working above the ground at heights, or below the ground where you can fall from one depth to another.
DY Construction Training NE  working at height course in will provide you with the essential knowledge of equipment, hazard identification and procedures, as outlined in the OH&S Regulation and AS/NZS 1891.4:2009, and the operation and maintenance of associated safety equipment.

This course is conducted at your own premises using your own equipment.

Prerequisites:
There are no prerequisites, however participants must be able to converse and comprehend basic English. Participants will complete language, numeracy and literacy assessment on course commencement to assess their capacity to meet language requirements. Participants will also need to have the physical capacity to undertake the practical components of this course.

Key topics

  • Inspection of work sites and identification of conditions and hazards
  • Fall protection equipment
  • Tools and equipment

Each workshop is facilitated by a member of our highly experienced training team, and includes trainer presentations, small group work, and practical activities – so your participation will be required!

Assessment: activities include a practical demonstration and a written test. Please ensure you have access to ladders and harnesses.

Pathways:
Training Pathway: After achieving RIIWHS204D Work Safely at Heights Course graduates may undertake TLILIC2005A Licence to Operate a Boom-Type Elevated Work Platform (Boom Length 11m or more)
Employment Pathway: Operational roles within the civil construction, building maintenance industries.

Course Delivery:

This course is run generally at your worksite, Minimum numbers do apply. Please contact us should this be of interest.

Course Duration: This course is a one day course ran from 8am to 4pm

Course Location: This course is available at your worksite.
This course and all related training services are delivered in partnership with Construction Training Group RTO No. 21396.

Chainsaw Operators Course

FWPCOT2237  Maintain chainsaws
FWPCOT2238  Cut materials with a hand-held chainsaw
FWPCOT2239  Trim and cut felled trees

Cost: $300.00 per person

About this course: On completion this 8-hour chainsaw operators workshop, participants will gain the knowledge and skills to safely start, operate and maintain a handheld chainsaw.
Course Topics:

  • Relevant legislation,
  • regulations and manufacturer’s standards
  • Apply limbing, cross-cutting and bore cutting techniques
  • Clean, maintain and sharpen saw chains
  • Strip and assemble a chainsaw
  • Identify, assess and address site challenges and hazards
  • Plan and conduct the job
  • Safely dispose of waste

Pre training: It is required to have completed 16 hours of pre reading prior to the commencement of this course

Training: The chainsaw operators course is facilitated by a member of our highly experienced training, and includes trainer presentations, small group work, and in-class activities – so your participation will be required!

Assessment: Activities include a demonstration of skills and knowledge via a series of practical activities and scenarios and multiple choice questions.

Course Location: This course is conducted at your own premises using your own equipment.

This course and all related training services are delivered in partnership with Construction Training Group RTO No. 21396

Training Courses

These Courses can be conducted at Shepparton Business Centre or your place of business or at any various venues as required. 

 

* Prices can be negotiated dependant on numbers

Get in touch

Ready to book your Assessment or Training? Enquire Today…