VOC Scaffolding Advanced Level

CPCCLSF4001 - VOC IS UNDERTAKEN BY THOSE WHO ALREADY HOLD A CURRENT TICKET, LICENCE OR UNIT OF COMPETENCY, TO VERIFY THAT THEY ARE STILL COMPETENT TO THAT STANDARD

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2-3 hours

Cost

$300

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VOC Scaffolding Advanced Level overview

This VOC Scaffolding Advanced Level assessment confirms that an individual has maintained the skills and knowledge attained as per CPCCLSF4001 Licence to Erect, Alter and Dismantle Scaffolding Advanced Level or equivalent

You will be enrolled into the following VOC course:

  • Licence to Erect, Alter and Dismantle Scaffolding Advanced Level – CPCCLSF4001
Unit CodeUnit Name
CPCCLSF4001 Licence to erect, alter and dismantle scaffolding advanced level
  1. Must hold a valid high-risk work licence 
  2. Provide a copy of the Statement of Attainment for CPCCLSF4001 Licence to Erect, Alter and Dismantle Scaffolding Advanced Level or equivalent
  3. Ability to read, write and understand English
  4. Present photo I.D. on arrival
  5. Complete a ‘Fitness to Complete Training’ form upon arrival at the training facility. The student is required to declare any medical issue that may exclude them from full participation
  6. Wear normal work clothing, enclosed footwear and remove all jewellery prior to commencement
  • Theory Component
  • Practical Component

On successful completion participants will receive a:

  • VOC (Verification of Competency) Certificate for Licence to Erect, Alter and Dismantle Scaffolding Advanced Level – CPCCLSF4001

Although VOC assessments are conducted in line with the requirements of the relevant nationally recognised unit(s) of competency, they are not considered nationally recognised training.

  • Students will be provided with morning tea and refreshments for all courses run at Saferight.
  • Saferight has kitchen facilities for people who wish to bring their own lunch or alternatively, there are cafes and lunch bars within close proximity.

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