TLILIC2005 - Licence to operate a boom-type elevating work platform (boom length 11 metres or more) https://training.gov.au/Training/Details/TLILIC2005
A boom-type elevating work platform is a telescoping device, hinged device, or articulated device or any combination of these used to support a platform on which workers, equipment and materials may be elevated to perform work.
A high-risk work licence is required to operate an EWP with a boom over 11 metres in length. The 11-metre boom length is measured as:
This course is designed to train drivers to a competent standard, which will enable them to pass the relevant assessment with a theoretical and practical driving test in the category of Elevating Work Platform.
Students participating in this course must be a minimum of 19 years of age or above.
ETA offers a course duration of 2 days, with the first day being mostly theory in the classroom. This includes power-point presentations and reading from manuals and other written material. The second day includes practical instruction and practice, a theory exam and a practical assessment.
Successful completion of this unit allows the learner to achieve a high-risk licence from work safe.
Up to 8 students can be in the attending the course.
Paul is a registered instructor with the department of transport for all classes of motorcycles. Motorcycles can be provided as a part of the training or students can use their own motorcycles.