Wed 05 Nov 2014
Civil Train Scheduled Courses – November 2014:
For more information on these courses, scheduled dates, prices or how to enrol, click on the individual course names below.
7 November, 2014
Workplace Spotting for Service Assets (22195VIC) – 2 Spaces Remaining.
This course covers the best practice approach for mechanical plant and equipment being operated in the vicinity of overhead power lines and underground assets.
- Meets ESV Accreditation Requirements.
6 November 2014, 18 November 2014
Control Traffic with Stop/Slow Bat and Implementation Traffic Management Plans – Almost Full.
(RIIOHS205A & RIIOHS302A)
Covers a wide range of legislative, organisation and site requirements and procedures for Traffic Management.
- Meets VicRoads PreQualification Requirements.
10 November 2014 (Day 1) and 17 November 2014 (Day 2)
Sewer Pipelaying (2 Day Course) – Almost Full.
This 2 Day Course combines a mix of theory and practical ‘hands on’ elements, focusing on sewer design, construction standards, the use of approved materials and a strong focus on quality relating to the bedding, compaction and backfill specifications in support of the new SE Water accreditation system.
- Successful completion of the course – part of MRWA accreditation process.
11 November, 2014
Spotters Alternate to Plant Operator Assessment (Half Day Course) – 7 Spaces Remaining.
Don’t hold Plant Operator tickets but want to work as a Spotter? You can sit this theory based assessment to qualify for the Plant Operator ticket pre-requisite to gain a full Energy Safe Victoria (ESV) Spotters qualification.
19 November, 2014
Traffic Management Refresher – 7 Spaces Remaining.
An industry recommended refresher course for participants who have completed a Traffic Management course.
12-13 November, 2014
Trenching & Shoring (2 Day Course) – 2 Spaces Remaining.
(RIICCM210A, RIICCM206A, RIIRIS201B)
Excavate and install primary ground support systems and physically demonstrate competency within a simulated/controlled trench environment.
17 November, 2014
Working Safely From Heights – Almost Full.
This training course focuses on fall prevention where work is conducted above or below ground. You will develop Safe Work Method Statements and undertake risk assessments.
- Meets Water Industry Requirements.