Licence to perform dogging
Our dogging training (CPCCLDG3001) is a nationally recognised service delivered by a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) that strictly complies with governing standards for quality control, training, and assessment. You will become a licensed dogman (or dogger) in the construction industry through this course.
During our training we provide:
What to Expect From Our Dogging Ticket Training
Here are some basic things you need to know about our dogging training in Sydney:
Eligibility. To meet eligibility requirements for our dogging licence course, you must be over 18 years of age and meet the basic required language, literacy, and numeracy level (LLN). You must also produce 100 points of ID with your current NSW address, be able to obtain a USI and be able-bodied so you can move around and work with staff.
Payments. The cost for the course is $1,200.00 per participant. We provide corporate rates and group pricing upon request. The fees cover all training, assessment, use of machinery/equipment, stationary, and whistles. We also require a $500.00 deposit when booking as we have limited space. Please note that the training course is GST-exempt.
Refundable Deposits. You are eligible for a refund of your deposit if you cancel your booking with more than seven days’ notice. If you cancel within seven days or less, you are only eligible for a 50% refund.
Please note that you must pay the full course fee before the final licensing assessment and receive official course outcome documentation (Statement of Attainment, Notice of Satisfactory Assessment/Assessment Summary). If you do not meet satisfactory requirements to pass the course, you have 90 days for a second and third attempt at your dogging ticket in Sydney assessment at no additional cost.
Upon completion, you will gain a Statement of Attainment in the CPCCLDG3001 course (your dogging licence). If you’re ready to get professional dogging training, make your booking today.
This training course is for those who want to obtain a dogging licence or ‘dogging Ticket’ and maybe proceed to advanced training courses for Rigging. CPCCLDG3001
About the course
The above unit is nationally recognised and can only be delivered by a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) that complies with governing standards of quality control and quality training and assessment. This course qualifies you to become a licensed dogman (or dogger) in the construction industry. The duration of this course is 5 days.
While enrolled with us you will have access to free Wi-Fi, sunscreen, helmets, and gloves. We also have a filtered water bubbler onsite to keep you hydrated. There are also multiple local cafes in the area.
Upon successful completion of this course, the participant will be awarded a Statement of Attainment for the nationally recognised unit CPCCLDG3001 Licence to perform dogging.
For information regarding Unit of Competency details and Assessment requirments click here to visit Training.gov.au.
Who is eligible?
Participants need to be over 18 years of age, must meet the basic required language, literacy, and numeracy levels (LLN), be able to produce 100 points of ID with current NSW address, be able to obtain a USI and be able-bodied in order to move around and work with other staff.
Ask us about workplace logbook training under the supervision of a fully licensed person.
Fees and Charges
Course Cost is $1,200.00 per participant. Corporate rates and group pricing is available.
This training course is GST exempt. These fees cover all training, assessment, use of machinery/equipment, stationary (books, pens, use of calculator and resources), whistles (where applicable), and most importantly, the amazing experience.
A $500.00 deposit is required when making a booking as spaces are limited. Corporate rates and group pricing is also available.
Deposits are fully refundable if your booking is canceled within more than 7 days’ notice. If the booking is canceled within seven or less days’ notice, then only 50% of the booking fee is refundable.
The full course fee must be paid prior to the final licensing assessment and prior to issuing any official course outcome documentation (Statement of Attainment, Notice of Satisfactory Assessment/Assessment Summary). In the event that we have not received the full payment, we will withhold the documentation which will be sent via Registered Mail upon receipt of payment, at no additional cost.
Upon completion of the course, the participant will be issued a statement of attainment in the above unit.
Participants who do not satisfactorily complete the course in the first attempt have 90 days from the course completion to undertake a second and third attempt at the assessment at an additional cost (to be determined on a case-by-case basis). Participants who wait longer than 90 days to undertake the second attempt will need to re-enrol into the course and pay the full course fee.