3 Aberdeen Street Perth
RTO Number 52355
Unit of Competency:
TLILIC2005 - Licence to operate a boom-type elevating work platform (boom length 11 metres or more)
The 1.5 day EWP training course comprises a written theory assessment (in English), followed by practical training and assessment.
Participants need a strong command of the English language to successfully complete the written and practical components of this course. Before you enrol, ensure you review the detailed course instructions, Click Here
Note: Due to changes in WorkSafe’s assessment process, there is a MANDATORY pre-reading component (of approximately 2 hours) that needs to be completed before sitting this course. This can be done via a PDF workbook. Students who have not completed the necessary pre-course study will need to reschedule to an alternate date, at a cost of 50% of the course fee.
Upon successful completion, participants are issued with a temporary paper licence (valid for 60 days), within which time, participants need to apply to WorkSafe for their nationally recognised photo ID licence and pay an additional fee of $95.
Topics included in this course are:
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Strict ID requirements apply for this course. You will need either 1 x form of photo ID (Australian Driver’s Licence, or any passport) plus 1 x form of non-photo ID (e.f. Medicare or ATM card); OR 1 x form of primary non-photo ID that included your date of birth (e.g. birth certificate), plus 2 x forms of secondary non-photo ID (e.g. Medicare, ATM or Health Care Card).
Participants need to pass a written theory assessment (in English) and practical driving assessment in order to successfully complete this course.
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Participants need to be at least 18 years of age. Must have a strong enough level of English language to be able to complete the written theory assessment and understand spoken instructions in the practical component. Participants must have basic maths skills as the assessment includes calculation questions and must wear enclosed shoes to their course (preferably safety boots) and long pants are advised.
EWP training course licences are currently valid for 5 years
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Eligible participants, working in the construction industry can apply for a subsidy of up to 70% of their course fee directly from the Building and Construction Industry Training Fund (BCITF) upon completion of this course. We can provide you with the application form on the day of your course.
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