OHSCER217 — OPERATE A GRADER
[Nationally accredited licence]
[TRAINING] Undertake a 2-4 day course, in which you must satisfy national standards in order to be granted a Grader ticket. Formal training is competency based and covers all aspects of the Grader. Full training including legislation requirements, servicing and daily operation.
[Log Book Training] You may choose the logbook training pathway, and if so a log book will be issued to you, in which you will need to accumulate logbooks hours at your workplace; under supervision of a person that holds a WPHS licence for the machine you are training on or use our facilities, equipment and trainers to accumulate hours. A1 Machinery & Training, Australia can assist in helping you choose your pathway to a Grader ticket.
[ASSESSMENT] On completion of log book hours, or, Recognition of Previous Learning (RPL)*, call us for an assessment. If you have previous experience and can provide logbook details, an A1 Machinery & Training assessor can determine the pathway to get you your Grader ticket
We offer on site training at your workplace, or, use our equipment and facilities. Flexible learning arrangements enable the best possible outcome to achieve your goals.
Call us to discuss your needs today.
Phone Terry 0419 394 100