WORKING AT HEIGHTS TICKET | COURSE TRAINING
2021 - 2025
1 January 2018 - 31 January 2025
7:30 am - 4:30 pm
Working at Heights Ticket Quick Overview:
- Location: Sunshine Coast, Nambour & North Brisbane, Brendale
- Cost: $255
- Schedule: The course runs usually Tuesday in Brendale and Wednesday in Nambour
- Unit of competency: RIIWHS204E Work safely at heights
- Duration: 1 day face to face
- Nationally Recognised Training
- Our trainers work in the industry and have current vocational currency
Cost Working at Heights: $255
We have a Package deal of $490 for Working at Heights and Confined Space together on the Sunshine Coast Campus only – provided there are no special prices advertised for a specific date. If you would like this deal please either (1) Add both the confined space and working at heights course to your cart and choose “Bank Transfer” as payment and we will send you an updated invoice, or (2) Give us a call or email.
Standard Working at Heights ticket Course:
A standard course includes 1 day of training and assessment. The training consists of face to face in a classroom training with practical activities on our simulated construction site. View dates above.
Special offer: Three or More Students at Brendale/Albany Creek with Two weeks’ notice for $240 pp. Phone us for this deal
Overview of Working at Heights ticket:
Work safely at heights training course includes the theoretical and practical components of the unit RIIWHS204E Work safely at heights. This course will teach you how to comply with the current Occupational Health and Safety legislation, with successful participants receiving a nationally recognised statement of attainment. You will learn skills including but not limited to:
- Undertake work at heights safely
- Risk of a falls and competently
- Covering selection
- Inspection and safe use of height safety equipment and fall prevention
- Risk management
- Selecting the correct equipment
- Requirements of relevant Australian Standards
- Company procedures and legislation.
- The course covers practical activities, fall protection and other safe work practices.
This working at heights ticket applies to those working in supervising or operational roles at any level of heights. This course is tailored to preparing workers to be able to conduct work in any working at heights situation. The main areas that this is needed is in the industries of mining, construction, painting, electrition, scaffolding, maintenance, large warehouses or factories, and any other work that requires to be completed at heights. They generally work under supervision to undertake a prescribed range of functions involving known routines and procedures and take responsibility for the quality of work outcomes.
Code/units of competency:
RIIWHS204E Work safely at heights
There are no entry requirements for these courses
Outcomes of Working at Heights ticket:
On successful completion of this working at heights ticket, participants will be issued a nationally recognised under the Australian Qualifications Framework ‘Statement of Attainment’ certifying the competence of the unit. This Statement is issued by LT Training (RTO 45726). Participants will also be issued an LT Training wallet card on successful completion of the course displaying the name, unit and date of completion. This course is acceptable as a refresher course as well.
Work safely at heights face-to-face training is conducted at the registered training organisation LT Training Nambour facility. Upon arrangement, training and courses can be conducted on-site at the premises of industry clients if the correct requirements are met.
Sunshine Coast: 3 Youth Avenue, Nambour, QLD, 4560.
Brendale: Albany Creek Football Club – 1 Cribb Rd, Brendale, QLD, 4500
Woongoolba: Woongoolba Tennis Club – 1042 Stapylton Jacobs Well Rd, Woongoolba, QLD, 4207
According to packaging guidelines, this unit has no entry requirements and may be completed as a stand-alone unit or as part of a skills set or qualification. Please note that this course is high-risk and includes basic physical and mental performance, reading, writing and listening.
Students with injuries or other medical conditions could find it difficult to perform practical tasks which include working at heights. All students must be able to put on/wear a harness, be capable of climbing ladders and perform tasks on an elevated platform.
In addition, you will also need a valid photo ID and a USI – Unique Student Identifier (we can help you with this).
FAQ about Working at Heights Training:
Q. Can you do working at heights training online?
A. No, you cannot do an accredited working at heights course online. You can however do a non-accredited refresher course online. Note, please check with your worksite or employer first if an online working at heights course is acceptable.
Q. How often should working at heights ticket or training be refreshed or renewed?
A. Every 2 years for working at heights ticket or training. In QLD most job sites won’t let you do working at heights if your ticket is older than 2 years, as part of their duty of care.
All training aids and safety equipment are provided for use as required. Maximum student numbers exist depending on the facility.
As a minimum, participants will be exposed to the following:
- Access to various workplace situations at height
- More than one type of harness
- More than one type of fall arrest system
Please take the time to familiarise yourself with our Student Handbook which contains loads of information for our students including our policies and terms and conditions. The handbook can be downloaded from the bottom right of this page. If you have any questions at all, we are happy to help.
Licensing, legislative and certification requirements that apply to this unit can vary between states, territories and industry sectors. Users must check requirements with the relevant body before applying the unit.
There is no recognition of prior learning for RIIWHS204E Work safely at heights due to the high-risk work nature and legislation changes that frequently occur.
Full payment for the course must be made at the time of booking to secure your spot.
Our refund policy can be found in our student handbook here. “Once a course has commenced there will be no refund of the course fee”
LT Training primarily uses PCYC venues that are non-for-profit and give back to the local community. We run ‘Working at heights‘, ‘Confined space training‘, ‘Operate and maintain chainsaws‘, and ‘ACDC chemical licensing‘ at PCYC’s.
Our certificates are run anywhere in Queensland by doing online and face to face training. These courses include CERT II IN HORTICULTURE AHC20422, CERTIFICATE III IN PARKS AND GARDENS AHC31021, CERTIFICATE III IN BUSINESS BSB30120.