Welshpool

WA's Largest Practical Training Facility

At Saferight, we are committed to providing top-tier training in in a wide range of high-risk and emergency response courses. Our specialised training location in Welshpool, Western Australia, is the cornerstone of our practical and theoretical training assessments, designed to meet the industry’s evolving needs.

Facility Highlights:

  • Diverse Course Range: Offering high-risk, breathing apparatus operation, gas testing, crane operation, fire safety, emergency response, and Certificate III & IV courses.
  • Cutting-Edge Equipment: Equipped with the latest tools and technology for effective training.
  • Qualified Trainers: Expert instructors with real-world experience in high-risk and emergency scenarios.
  • Practical and Theoretical Learning: A balanced approach to training, ensuring comprehensive skill development.

 

Convenience and Accessibility:

  • Coffee Truck: Available from 9:00am to 9:30am for a morning boost.
  • Lunch Truck: Quick lunch service from 12:00pm to 12:10pm.
  • Radium Lunch Bar: Just a minute’s walk away from the training facility.
  • Free Parking: Ample on-site parking available at no cost.

 

Commitment to Safety:

  • Your safety is our utmost priority, and our courses are designed to prepare you thoroughly for industry demands.

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Welshpool

Courses Delivered

This course is for those who are required to carry out gas testing of an atmosphere prior to entering a specific area or workspace to determine if it is safe.
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.
This C6 Slewing Mobile Crane course trains individuals in mining and construction to safely operate slewing mobile cranes up to 60 tonnes, focusing on essential skills and knowledge
TLILIC0040 course trains for operating non-slewing mobile cranes over 3 tonnes, targeting mining and construction industry roles, focusing on safety and legislative compliance for crane operation.
This Rigging Course covers basic rigging for plant/equipment movement, steel erections, hoists, pre-cast concrete placement, safety nets/lines, perimeter screens, shutters, and cantilever crane platforms for licensing.
This Intermediate Rigging Course covers all basic level skills, plus advanced rigging of cranes, conveyors, dredges, excavators, tilt slabs, demolition work, and dual lifts for licensing.
This Advanced Rigging Course follows the National Standard for High Risk Work Licensing, teaching skills for basic and advanced rigging, including cranes, conveyors, dredges, excavators, tilt slabs, demolition, and dual lifts.
This Basic Scaffolding Ticket Course covers erecting, altering, dismantling basic scaffolds, using modular/pre-fabricated scaffolds, materials hoists (max 500kg), ropes, gin wheels, safety nets, static lines, and bracket scaffolds for licensing.
This Intermediate Scaffolding Course covers erecting, altering, dismantling intermediate-level scaffolds including cantilevered platforms, spurred scaffolds, barrow ramps, safety screens, mast climbers, and tube and coupler scaffolds for licensing.
This Advanced Scaffolding Course (CPCCLSF4001) covers erecting, altering, dismantling advanced scaffolds, including all intermediate tasks, plus hung and suspended scaffolds, for licensing.
This Intermediate & Advanced Scaffolding Course teaches erecting, altering, dismantling at advanced levels, encompassing all intermediate tasks and specialised work with hung and suspended scaffolds for licensing.
Based on the National Standard for High Risk Work Licensing, this course trains individuals to operate boom-type elevating work platforms (EWP) with booms over 11 metres.
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