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: Legislation 23966 L3 C2 V2, Machinery: 23960 L3 C3 V3 (Scissor); 23962 L4 C5 V3 (Boom)
At the end of this course, students will be able to:
The course is a combination of theoretical, practical sessions and the collection of required evidence. Students are assessed continuously during the course.
23961 L3 C4 V3 (Truck Mounted) 23963 L3 C4 V3 (Trailer Mounted) 23964 L3 C2 V3 (Vertical Lift)
NZQA US23966 is the prerequisite for all practical machinery unit standards 23960-23964. The student must have operator experience on a MEWP before they can undertake this course. If a student is deemed inexperienced/not safe at any time during the training, they will be turned away 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. Assessment involves operating an MEWP in a controlled environment.
Under the Best Practice Guidelines for Mobile Elevating Work Platforms – Section 6, 6.3, it is stated that refresher training should not exceed three years.
All PPE will be supplied for practical activity taking place at Manadon Street but students must supply their own safety boots. Photo ID is required.
Wood Training Centre
26 Manadon St
or at customer premises.
$480 + GST for Scissor and Boom Lift, contact Wood Training for other pricing options
Group rates available
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