Delivery Mode: Face-to-Face

This 4WD assessment confirms that an individual has maintained the skills and knowledge attained as per RIIVEH305F – Operate and maintain a four-wheel drive vehicle TLIC0023 – Operate four-wheel drive vehicle.
This Dogging course trains students for a licence in mining or construction. Covering slinging techniques, lifting gear selection, inspection, and crane operator direction for load movement, especially when the load is not visible.
New Course!
$2200
This Reach Stacker course applies to the activities of a person operating a reach stacker greater than 3 tonnes capacity that incorporates an attachment for lifting, moving and travelling with a shipping container
New Course!
$600
This Operate a Materials Hoist course provides skills on how to safely operate a materials hoist, a device for lifting goods, not people, using a car, bucket, or platform that moves up and down a structure’s exterior.
Saferight’s Nationally Accredited Training in performing rescue operation and managing work site incidents. This Module 3 training is also a pathway to obtain the RII30719 Certificate III in Emergency Response and Rescue.
Saferight’s Nationally Accredited Training in vertical rescue, confined space rescue, and WHS. This Module 2 training is also a pathway to obtain the RII30719 Certificate III in Emergency Response and Rescue.
Saferight’s Nationally Accredited Training in advanced rescue, breathing apparatus, and fire team management. This Module 1 training is also a pathway to obtain the RII30719 Certificate III in Emergency Response and Rescue.
This Incident Management Training is tailored to improve individuals’ skills in managing offshore and onshore incidents, in line with company guidelines. It includes practical training in team responsibilities and resource deployment.
Saferight’s Incident Commander Training is a nationally recognised Australian qualification, tailored for professionals in various sectors, it covers managing and analysing emergency incidents
This course is designed for those responsible for inspecting, tagging, and assess all defects that may occur on the height safety equipment .