OnRoad OffRoad Training

Non-Slewing Mobile Crane Course

Course Duration:Three days

Venue:OnRoad OffRoad Training Complex

24 Jackson Street, Glenorchy TAS 7010

Investment: *$1200.00 (High Risk Work Licence fees payable at Service Tasmania Outlets)


Our three day training course is for people who have minimal or no non slewing mobile crane operating experience. It's an intensive, hands-on training course, with the majority of the time spent operating the crane. A strong theoretical component also focuses on safe operating procedures.


You will gain the skills to ensure you safely operate a crane and also include:

• Pre-operational inspection

• Familiarisation of the crane

• Handling characteristics

• Manoeuvring of the crane

• Loading and unloading

• Theory training

• Theory examination

• Practical examination


On successful completion of the course you will be awarded Statement of Attainment for TLILIC3006A Licence to operate a non-slewing mobile crane (greater than 3 tonnes capacity). As part of the Australian Skills Quality Authority this program is nationally recognised.

Experienced Persons

 If you have at least 50 hours experience as a non-slewing mobile crane operator and do not have a high risk work licence, or

 Have undertaken non-slewing mobile crane training but did not get your high risk work licence

We have a program especially designed to recognise your prior learning (RPL) and thus allowing you to undertake the course over two days.

Training and assessment for the non-slewing mobile crane qualifications (two day program) is $750.00 per person. Please contact the office for further information.

Requirements: Appropriate clothing and sandshoes or boots (no open-toed footwear) is required to be worn at each session. Applicants must also have 100 points of identification and also must be 18 years of age or above.

What are the options for performing high risk work?

There are only two options. All persons performing high risk work must either;

1. hold (or applied for) a licence in accordance with the regulations of the jurisdiction where they work, or

2. be engaged in formal training with a Registered Training Organisation (RTO).

A licence is required for any person performing work with high risk equipment or plant. The licence is valid in every Australian state and territory, enabling the holder to operate or work with high risk equipment under consistent standards anywhere in Australia.

A training manual is provided to assist applicants throughout the training/assessment. This is used, together with instructions from the trainer to ensure that each applicant has a thorough understanding of the material demonstrated.

For further information and course dates, please contact
1300 732 377 (8:30 – 5:00 Monday to Friday)

PO Box 1119
Glenorchy TAS 7010
Web: / ABN: 63 083 009 205
CI025 Non Slewing Mobile Crane / Ph: 1300 732 377
Fax: (03) 6271 3444

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