Unleash your earning capacity with an EWP+11m course

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Unleash your earning capacity with an EWP+11m course

If you work in the construction industry, you know that there are potential safety hazards everywhere, especially if you lack the knowledge required to effectively operate machinery.

Have you ever considered boosting your earning capacity with an additional qualification? Elevated Training can help you with our extensive three-day training course. Our practical training is delivered with a hands-on approach.

This training is a legal requirement for anyone needing to operate an Elevated Work Platform 11 meters and over in their work environment. This often includes employment in the resources and infrastructure industries.

There are also those who may find that this qualification can boost their career, for example, labourers, electricians, roofers, sheet metal workers, arborists, building and civil construction workers, and in some cases, even painters, sign makers, solar installers and window cleaners.

This is an extremely valuable qualification and the training we can offer you is comprehensive and affordable, with our newly acquired EWP+11m machine.

So, what can you expect to learn in this course?

We will cover topics such as legislation, types and uses of EWPs, Job safety & risk analysis, inspection and pre-operational checks, safety harness, safety/warning decal interpretation, set up and operation of EWP, emergency procedures and the shutdown of EWP.

Once completing this course, you will receive a statement of attainment, and this achievement will allow you to apply for a national license to perform high risk work (class WP).

To be eligible for this course you must be over 18 years, have a solid comprehension of English and understand technical concepts.

Join us for a 3-day course in operating any elevated work platform over 11 meters from just $495*.

*for online bookings

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