Onsite Training

Is Onsite Training right for your situation?

KG Training can supply all training and assessment materials including laptop and projector where applicable for any onsite training requirements.

When training is arranged to be delivered onsite, the client is required to provide all plant/equipment, applicable PPE and resources necessary to complete the practical component of the course. The client is also required to provide a suitable classroom environment to conduct the theory component. 

Below is a list of the courses that can be delivered on site, along with a guide as to what gear is required to successfully (and legally) complete the training and assessment.

Forklift (LF)

  • Counter Balanced Forklift (can be electric, LP gas, petrol or diesel powered)
  • Three varied loads
  • Flat stable area for placement of loads
  • Obstacles (ie. witches hats/cones) to practice manouvering

Elevated Work Platform (WP)

  • Boom type EWP
  • A selection of harnesses for inspection

Dogging (DG)

  • Slewing Mobile Crane with telescopic boom and winch
  • Licenced crane operator
  • Flexible steel wire rope (FSWR) sling
  • Soft sling
  • Chain sling
  • Shackles
  • Crane sling shorteners
  • Lifting ring
  • Slinging equipment
  • Tagline rope
  1. Loose pipes with stillage
  2. Square load with defined lifting points, multiple leg sling lift
  3. Round load to be reeved
  4. Uneven weighted load
  • Sufficient fibre rope to complete four knots, bends and hitches
  • Fixed channel two-way radio

Basic Rigging (RB)

  • Safety Harness
  • Static line
  • Anchorage points
  • Either fixed or rolling Cantilevered Crane Loading Platform (CCLP)
  • A structure or fixture suitable for safe support and installation of CCLP
  • A means (such as a crane and licenced crane operator) for slinging, lifting and positioning CCLP
  • A safety net
  • A structure or fixture to be used to "tie in" and secure safety net
  • Shutter or screen
  • A suitable structure to allow for safe installation
  • Safe means of lifting and securing screen or shutter
  • Tool lanyards
  • Structural steel
  • Installation and dismantling of two girts and two purlins
  • A crane or powered winch system to lift and position steel
  • An EWP may be used (must be licenced) when working at heights, ie bolt the structure together
  • Slings, tools and associated rigging equipment sufficient for task
  • Install and remove 3 pre-cast panels
  1. Panel 1 - 4m high x 3m wide weighing 2 tonnes
  2. Panel 2 - 4m high x 2m wide wighing 1.5 tonnes
  3. Panel 3 - 4m high x 3m wide weighing 2 tonnes (this panel must have an opening not less than the size of a door in the panel. A strongback must be available for this element)
  • SPowered winch and safe means to secure winch
  • Load not less than 1 tonne
  • Slings and associated rigging equipment
  • 10mm natural fibre rope and whipping string
  • Mast climbing work platform or Cantilevered materials hoist
  • Suitable rigging equipment to safely install, level,. secure and dismantle hoist or climber

Intermediate Rigging (RI)

  • Tower Crane section (Licenced tower crane operator required for this process) or
  • Crane lattice boom section or
  • Non-guyed tower (light tower)
  • A crane and licenced operator will be required for each option
  • Perform multiple crane lift, loads must be at least 1 tonne and one load must be at least 4 metres in length or
  • Perform a multiple winch lift, loads must be at least 1 tonne and must be at least 4 metres in length or
  • Perform a combination of a crane and winch lift, loads must be at least 1 tonne and one load must be at least 4 metres in length
  • A crane and licened operator will be required for either crane options
  • Lifting and rigging equipment as appropriate for task
  • Erect and dismantle three panels
  1. Panel 1 - at least 4m high, 3m wide and 2 tonnes
  2. Panel 2 - at least 4m high, 2m wide and 1.5 tonne
  3. Panel 3 - 4m high, 3m wide and 2 tonnes (this panel must have an opening not less than the size of a door in the panel, a strongback must be available for this task).
  4. All panels must have lifting points
  5. Crane and licenced crane operator
  6. Lifting and rigging equipment appropriate for task
  • Concrete encased structural steel column and beam (at least 4m high, at least 300mm square, may be encased in steel, must have designed lifting.slinging fix on top of column, may be ferruled at base)
  • A crane or winch to control felling
  • Lifting/rigging equipment appropriate for task

Advanced Rigging (RA)

  • Fixed channel two-way radios
  • A selection of rigging/lifting equipment adequate to rig a span rope or flying fox of at least 4m high over 10m in distance capable of supporting 200kg
  • Install a Swing Stage at least 4m high and must be affixed by a dual needle system using counterweights, capable of supporting at least 200kg or
  • Install a Bosuns Chair at least 4m high, may be affixed using single needle system using counterweights, capable of supporting 200kg
  • Gin Pole, may be wooden or metal but must be at least 8m high with weight to be lifted no less than 400kg. The winch must be powered with atleast one diversion sheave
  • Powered winch and diversion sheave
  • Erect and dismantle a hung or suspended scaffold (supporting platform or beam height at least 4m, must be heavy duty and constructed of tube and coupler, must not be less than 3.4m and must be at least one lift including guardrails and toe boards below the supporting platforms or beams and must weigh at least 400kg
  • Sufficient natural fibre rope to demonstrate knots, bends and hitches

Basic Scaffold (SB)

  • Safety harness/fall arrest system (static line)
  • Lanyard
  • Inertia reel
  • Safety net (suitable structural support to allow the nets safe installation and suitable means of fixing the net to the structure
  • Cantilever materials hoist
  • Suitable equipment to safely install, level and secure the hoist. This may require a crane and/or crane operator and a person licensed to perform dogging work to assist in slinging the load and directing the crane operator.
  • Scaffold key (box spanner)
  • Podger hammer
  • Spirit level
  • Retractable tape measure or folding ruler
  • Scaffold belt with frogs and holders for the above
  • Gin wheel
  • Modular and mobile scaffolds be a minimum height of 5 metres with full edge protection, have safety screens on one working lift, include toe boards and handrails on each work platform except where safety screens are installed
  • Bracket Scaffold to a height of 4 metres or more
  • Sufficient natural fibre rope to complete knots, bends and hitches, splices and whippings

Intermediate Scaffold (SI)

  • Sufficient tube and coupler scaffold to erect a medium duty three bay, three lft scaffold complete with single bay cantilever and barrow ramp (bays one and two are 3m x 2m lifts, bay three is to be a working platform to a height of 6m. Bay three needs to include a sloping ramp from the rear of the scaffold to a height of 1m and to be a minimum width of 675mm. Ramp to be constructed with steel tube)
  • A canitlevered crane loading platform (CCLP) to a height of 4 metres
  • A mast climber
  • a range of equipment for inspection purposes (ie planks, scaffold tubes, ladders, scaffold clips and hand tools)
  • Scaffold key (box spanner)
  • Podger hammer
  • Spirit level
  • Retractable tape measure or folding ruler
  • Scaffold belt with frogs and holders for the above

Advanced Scaffolding (SA)

  • A section of scaffolding sufficient to erect a hung scaffold and a swing scaffold at a height no less than 4 metres
  • The hung scaffold must be at least 3.4m in length, heavy duty and at least 1 lift.
  • The swing scaffold must be dual needle fixed with counterweights, powered and capable of supporting at least 200kg
  • A range of equipment for inspection (ie planks, scaffold tubes, ladders, scaffold clips and hand tools)
  • Scaffold key (box scanner)
  • Podger hammer
  • Spirit level
  • Retractable tape measure or folding ruler
  • Scaffold belt with frogs and holders for the above

Wheeled Front End Loader (LL)

  • Wheeled Front End Loader (meeting Australian Standards)
  • Traffic Cones
  • Materials to excavate, load, mix, spread, backfill, lift or carry
  • Various Attachment as required
  • Safety Signs
  • Two way radio

Excavator (LE)

  • Excavator (meeting Australian Standards)
  • Traffic Cones
  • Materials to strip/spread, backfill, lift/load, excavate and mix
  • Various Attachment as required
  • Safety Signs
  • Two way radio

Skid Steer Loader (LS)

  • Skid Steer Loader (meeting Australian Standards)
  • Traffic Cones
  • Materials to strip/spread, backfill, lift/load, excavate and mix
  • Various Attachment as required
  • Safety Signs
  • Two way radio

Roller (RS)

  • Roller / Compactor (meeting Australian Standards)
  • Traffic Cones
  • Materials to compact, seal and finish
  • Various Attachment as required
  • Safety Signs
  • Two way radio

Non Slewing Crane (CN)

  • A non-slewing mobile crane greater than 3 tonnes
  • Slings and associated equipment
  • Various loads for lifting
  • Suitable materials to "pigsty" the crane (where outriggers are fitted)
  • A person licenced to perform Dogging to assist in slinging the load and directing the crane operator
  • Fixed channel two-way radios

Vehicle Loading Crane (CV)

  • A vehicle loading crane rated at or above 10 metre tonnes
  • Slings and associated equipment
  • Various loads for lifting
  • Fixed Channel two-way radios

Slewing Mobile Crane (C2 - CO)

  • A mobile slewing crane, size dependant on class
  • Where practicable, the crane should be fitted with a fly jib
  • Slings and associated equipment
  • Various loads for lifting
  • Suitable materials to "pigsty" the crane
  • A person licenced to perform Dogging work to assist in slinging the load and directing the crane operator
  • Fixed channel two-way radios

Telescopic Materials Handler (Telehandler)

  • A Telescopic Materials Handler with a manual, a logbook and a record of the 12 monthly inspection
  • Any attachments required for assessment and any associated equipment if required
  • Various loads for lifting