RIIHAN309F – Conduct telescopic materials handler operations

Course Overview

This nationally accredited short course covers the skills and knowledge required to conduct telescopic materials handler operations. and applies to those who work in operational roles across a range of industries.

Successful completion of this course may help you to secure operational roles within the construction & infrastructure, transport & logistics, industrial, mining, oil and gas sectors.

Skills developed include:

  • Conducting prestart and start-up checks prior to commencing operations
  • Selecting equipment or attachments suitable to job requirements
  • Assessing site and operating hazards
  • Using load handling communication methods to communicate with dogman
  • Attaching, securing, lifting, carrying and placing materials to meet job requirements
  • Techniques to suit different work conditions
  • Transporting machine and equipment safely between worksites
  • Cleaning up after operations

Duration: Minimum of 1 day face to face* plus additional distance theory work

Times: 7:00am to 3:00pm

Class Size: 4 – 6 

Location: Noble Training Facility or Work Site 

Assessment method: Theory and Practical

Course Fees

Subsidised*: $200 or 3 for $400

Full Fee: $400 or 3 for $1000

*Funding options available. Contact us for more information to see if you meet the eligibility requirements

* students are required to be existing or experienced construction or resource sector workers.

 

Category: SKU: CSQ-THL

Description

RIIHAN309F – Conduct telescopic materials handler operations

About this course
This nationally accredited short course covers the skills and knowledge required to conduct telescopic materials handler operations.  This unit derives from the RII30920 – Certificate III in Civil Construction.

Application

  • This unit applies to those who work in operational roles.

Licensing, legislative, regulatory and certification requirements that apply to this unit can vary between states, territories, and industry sectors, and must be sourced from the relevant jurisdiction.

Jurisdiction: This is nationally recognised qualification and can be used when applying for jobs in the civil construction and resources sector across Australia. Sites may require further training according to their standards.

Licence: The licensing requirements for a telehandler differ depending on the attachments and the capacity of the plant.
Where the plant is fitted with a personnel box attached directly to the main boom and the personnel box can be extended 11 metres or more the operator requires an elevated work platform (WP) certificate.
Where the plant is fitted with other attachments i.e. bucket or forks etc, no high risk work licence is required.  Qld Reference

Unit Sector

  • Coal mining
  • Extractive
  • Metalliferous mining
  • Drilling
  • Civil Infrastructure

Course Duration

Pre-course written work will support a minimum of 1 day of face to face training and assessment.

RPL
Applicants with substantial industry experience may apply for recognition of prior learning.

Course Requirements

Students are required to meet the following to enrol:

Minimum age: 18

Literacy and numeracy skills to:

  • read relevant workplace information
  • to understand weight load limits

Provide own serviceable Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) including:

  • Safety boots
  • Hi Vis Vest
  • Long sleeves pants and shirt

Sites may require:

  • Hearing protection
  • Gloves
  • Hard Hat

Course Outcome
Successful students receive a Statement of Attainment which is recognised under the Australian Qualifications Framework.

RIIHAN309F – Conduct telescopic materials handler operations

Link to unit details on Training.gov: RIIHAN309F

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