Rigging - Intermediate & Advanced (RIA)
Note: Rigging Intermediate and Advanced can be combined into one course.
Aims and outcomes
This course is designed to give participants the necessary skills and knowledge to plan, prepare and complete intermediate & advanced rigging work as prescribed by the National Standard for Licensing Persons Performing High Risk Work. On completion of this course participants will be able to carry out dual lifts, erect a tilt-slab a suspended scaffold, demolish structures, work safely at heights, break down cranes, rig a span rope, set up a gin pole and perform intermediate and advanced rigging tasks.
Participants must hold a Rigging Basic (RB) High Risk Licence.
The Intermediate/Advanced Rigging course is mapped to the Nationally Recognised units of competency:
CPCCRI3003A Perform intermediate rigging
CPCCRI4005A Perform advanced rigging, includes:
Successful candidates will be awarded the Nationally Recognised unit(s) of competency CPCCRI3003A Perform intermediate rigging and/or CPCCBC4045A Perform advanced rigging, recognised within the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF).
Candidates will be awarded the RI and/or RA High Risk Licence.
Duration35 hours conducted over 5 days.
Maximum Participants8 persons