Plant and Safety Training

Dogging Licence

Dogging Licence

It is a requirement that anyone performing Dogging must hold a High Risk Work Licence specified for dogging. When applying for this licence it is a requirement that applicants must have successfully completed a nationally recognised training course in the unit of competency ‘CPCCLDG3001A - Licence to perform dogging’.

Course Details

Click here to download our Dogging Course Information Sheet with full course details.

Our comprehensive 3 day course is conducted here at the Sutton Road Driver Training Centre where you will receive professional training in safe dogging operations in full compliance with all current regulatory requirements. At TISC we believe that there is no substitute for actual practical experience and training. So to give you more practical experience, our course has been designed with a maximum student to trainer ratio of only 6:1. On successful completion of the course students will be issued with a statement of attainment in the unit of competency CPCCLDG3001A - Licence to perform dogging.

Full course information including pricing, duration, units of competency, course pre-requisites and licensing requirements can be found in our course information sheet above.

Non-ACT Residents -If you do not reside in the ACT you MUST contact Construction and Workplace Licensing on (02) 6207 8096 to seek advice regarding eligibility for an ACT High Risk Work Licence prior to booking with us.

Assessment Only - We also offer an ‘Assessment Only’ course option for anyone who is renewing their High Risk Work Licence or hold an old OHS card. Please give us a call to discuss eligibility for this course option.

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