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Yes.

The policy of CSTC is that all people wishing to book onto this course must have held a dogman's licence or vaild certificate of competency for a minimum of 3 months , they must be able to provided proof of the work they have carried out in that time .It is also an advantage if you currently hold another crane licence or valid certificate of competency.

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Regulations implementing the National Standard for Licensing Persons Performing High Risk Work commenced in Western Australia on 1 October 2007.

These regulations:

  • apply to those involved in dogging, rigging and scaffolding work and operators of forklifts, cranes and pressure vessels;
  • replace National Certificates of Competency with a five yearly renewable High Risk Work Licence and;
  • recognise the need for quality training and assessment for those who wish to obtain a High Risk Work Licence.