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Conduct civil construction skid steer loader operations

This course provides candidates with the required skills and knowledge to safely operate a Skid Steer Loader. This qualification is often a requirement for those working in site-based roles within the civil construction, agricultural or mining industries.

Skid Loaders, skid-steer loaders or skidsteers are small, rigid-framed, engine powered machines with lift arms which are used to attach a variety of labor-saving tools or attachments.

Load shifting equipment (except for forklift) no longer require a licence, however operators must still demonstrate competency and this course will provide this competency.

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Men At Work training courses are Nationally Recognised Training
Course Title Conduct civil construction skid steer loader operations
Cost $1500 – Complete training and assessment
$995 – Assessment only pathway
Inclusions
  • Training & Assessment on Men At Work’s site or at the client’s site upon request
  • Nationally recognised Statement of Attainment
  • Access to plant and machinery (if on Men At Work Training & Assessment site)
Duration
  • Training & Assessment includes practical and theory
  • The duration for this course varies depending on the candidate’s experience
  • 1-2 days training in a classroom and practical environment
  • Completion of a logbook is required during on-the-job training with a minimum of 10 hours practical experience recorded.
  • Assessment will take a minimum of 3 hours and can only be conducted once all logbook tasks have been satisfactorily completed.
Location 780 Rushford Road, South Grafton
OR
On the client’s site – to be negotiated
Delivery Mode Full Training & Assessment – Face-to-face including formal training, supervised logbook hours then full theory and practical assessment.

Assessment Only – Experienced operators may choose an assessment only pathway. This would require the candidate to provide additional evidence and sit the theory and practical assessment components.

Evidence required for this pathway may include (but not limited to):

  • Supporting evidence – third party/supervisors workplace supervisor report
  • Logbooks
  • Evidence of prior training – superseded units of competency
  • Previous WorkCover NSW tickets

VOC Approach – Experienced operators may choose to have their existing competencies verified in a VOC approach. A previously issued Statement of Attainment would need to be provided of the candidates existing competencies.

Please contact Men At Work Training & Assessment for further details on these options.

Career Outcomes This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to operate a skid steer loader to load, haul and distribute materials.

This unit alone does not provide sufficient skills to independently load and unload equipment. To perform this activity safely, personnel must either complete or be assisted by someone who has completed RIIHAN308F Load and Unload Plant or equivalent.

On Completion Successful participants will be issued with a nationally recognised Statement of Attainment and wallet sized competency card.
Description In this course, you will learn how to use a skid steer loader including:

  • Planning and prepare for skid steer loader operations
  • Conduct routine checks
  • Operating the skid steer loader
  • Loading, carrying and placing materials
  • Selecting, removing and using various attachments
  • Relocating the skid steer loader
  • Maintenance and other housekeeping tasks
Cancellation Cancellation fees apply if enrolments are cancelled 3 or less days prior to the start date of the course.
Unit Code Title Currency More Information
RIIMPO318F Conduct civil construction skid steer loader operations Current Visit training.gov.au
Requirements Candidate must:

  • Be a minimum of 16 years of age
  • Hold a current White Card
  • Be able to understand and speak the English language at a level that enables the safe performance of high- risk work
  • Be able to demonstrate good general fitness to enable them to climb in/out of the machine and operate all controls.
  • Wear appropriate clothing including steel capped boots, sun protection, long sleeve shirt (high visibility if possible) and pants.
  • Provide photo identification
Participants will be asked for the following information
  • USI number
  • Personal details
  • Have you completed this course or a similar course in the past?
  • Do you have any other experience related to the course of study?
  • Do you have any physical or mental barriers that will affect your ability to participate in the training and how can we amend our delivery to ensure that you are able to complete the training?

Please contact our office for course dates – Ph 02 6581 4600

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