The course enables students through knowledge and skills to plan MEWP activities, establish safe a work site and carry out MEWP operations in a electrical supply environment using current industry best practice.
Unit Standard: 18272 L3 C5 V4 (plus other MEWP unit standards optional including 23966 V2)
The course is a combination of theoretical, practical sessions and the collection of required evidence. Students are assessed continuously during the course.
NZQA US10507 is the prerequisite for US18272. US23966 is the prerequisite for practical machinery MEWP machinery unit standards. The student must have experience operating a MEWP in the electrical industry under supervision before they can undertake this course. If a student is deemed inexperienced/not safe at any time during training, training will cease, and no fees reimbursed.
Theory assessment followed by practical assessment which takes place when student is ready/has shown that they can perform all tasks required. To achieve US18272 there is a requirement to have three different observations take place on MEWP operations; two must occur naturally on-job in an electrical environment and are usually signed off by an approved supervisor. The assessor will usually observe the last operation and is a simulation.
To maintain current competency, it is recommended that refresher training occurs regularly. Depending on the industry you work in this may vary. Current Wood Training recommen- dation is every three years.
All PPE will be supplied for activity taking place at Manadon St but students must supply their own safety boots.
1 Day. Additional time needed if requesting other units.
Wood Training Centre
26 Manadon St
or at customer premises.
Contact Wood Training for pricing options.
Group rates available
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