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HRW - Licence to Perform Dogging - CPCCLDG3001

CPCCLDG3001 HRW Licence to Perform Dogging - Nationally Recognised Training


This Nationally Recognised HRW Dogging course is designed to provide participants with the fundamentals and equip them with the skills and knowledge to:  Determine the SWL of Gear and Materials, Select Maintain and Inspect Fibre Ropes, Chains, Steel and Wire Rope. Demonstrate a number of Bends and Hitches. Sling, Move & Place Loads, Directing Crane Operators & Determine Safe Ways of Supporting Different Loads. 


  • Workplace Health & Safety Legislation & operating procedures
  • Hazard identification, Assess risks & control measures
  • Plan work
  • Overhead hazards
  • Damage and defect reporting
  • Communication methods
  • Whistle & hand signals
  • Select & inspect lifting equipment
  • Determining load weight & SWL
  • Attach & secure the load
  • Shift load including directing, and maneuvering load to different locations
  • Unplanned & or unsafe situations
  • Inspect and separate defective equipment
  • Reporting procedures
  • Shutdown & secure site



To enrol in this course participants must:

  • Be a minimum of 18 years of age
  • Bring 100 points of identification on the first day of the course and on the assessment day. If using a birth certificate or a passport, it must be the original evidence of identity document, a photo of the document will not be accepted, a photo of a driver's licence, high-risk work licence, and Medicare card on the NSW service site on your phone is acceptable.

The link below outlines the acceptable evidence of identity and points value:

  • Participant's identification must show a NSW residential address, if you are an interstate participant an exemption must be in place before you can undergo the assessment
  • Inform IWP if you are an accredited SafeWork NSW licenced assessor, an exemption must be in place before you can undergo the assessment
  • To allow for adequate time for an exemption to be granted please notify IWP during enrolment as we can assist with the exemption process.
  • Demonstrate the ability to speak and write English to a basic level & have basic numeracy skills
  • Be able to speak English well enough to carry out high-risk work safely with other people, please inform us upon registration if you feel you have any literacy or numeracy difficulties. Some reasonable adjustments to the course can be made to assist.



  • 5 Days



  • 100 points of identification as listed in the prerequisites for this course
  • Bring your own food, free water, tea, coffee & biscuits are provided, you will be able to leave the facility during your lunch break if you wish
  • PPE including protective footwear will be required to be worn for the practical training sessions and the SafeWork NSW assessment, we have hard hats, high visibility vests, gloves & whistles available for use if required.



  • The course is based on the requirements of the national standards for licencing persons performing high-risk work, the training will be a combination of knowledge, calculations & practical training where participants will be required to demonstrate industry skills & knowledge described in the units of competency included in this course.
  • On completion of the training, an RTO assessment will be conducted, this assessment will identify if the participant is ready to undergo the SafeWork NSW assessment, or if further training is required.
  • To pass the SafeWork NSW assessment, all critical components must be demonstrated and answered correctly



On successful completion of the SafeWork NSW assessment, participants will be given a:

  • Nationally recognised statement of attainment for High Risk Work CPCCLDG3001 Licence to Perform Dogging, recognised within the Australian Qualifications Framework and issued under the authority of the National Vocational Education and Regulator Act 2011
  • A SafeWork NSW licence to perform high-risk work application form is to be lodged at Australia Post within 60 days of the completion of the assessment.



  • 8 people 



  • CPCCLDG3001 Licence to Perform Dogging



  • $1300
  • For your registration into a course to be approved, all course fees are required to be paid in full at the time you make your booking.



  • CREDIT CARD - over the phone or the ONLINE CREDIT CARD payment option through our website (preferred) 1.75% surcharge will apply 
  • INVOICE (an approved 7-day credit application must be in place, available to corporate customers only)
  • Individuals registering for a course must use the credit card payment option





  • Participants should speak with the IWP administration team at the time of enrolment to further discuss this option



  • Address: 37 Kemblawarra Road Warrawong NSW 2502
  • Phone: 02 42743864
  • Email:
  • Website:
  • RTO Code 91671
  • ABN 18133156993



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