Course overview

The construction industry encompasses many activities which includes undertaking activities as a rigger. The perform rigging intermediate course provides all the knowledge and skills
necessary to satisfy the requirements of the qualification – CPCCLDG3002 – Licence to perform rigging intermediate level. The Intermediate rigging course is the next step up, building on what you learn in the basic course.

Along with performing rigging work for steel erections, precast concrete, static lines, and crane loading platforms, an intermediate rigging course will provide training in how to rig all types of hoists, cranes, conveyors, dredges and excavators. You will learn how to safely rig tilt slabs, dual lifts and perform rigging tasks associated with the demolition of structures or plant.

It is a prerequisite that you have completed a basic rigging course.
Rigging work is undertaken in construction and other industries where load shifting equipment is used to move, place or secure loads

Course Content

  • Communicate and work safely at heights with others in the work area
  • Risk assessment and management procedures for different tasks associated with the work
  • rigging work in the class Basic Rigging
  • Installation of all types of hoists
  • Rigging of cranes, conveyors, dredges and excavators
  • Tilt-up concrete panel installation
  • Demolition of structures or plant
  • Dual lifts.

Course Outcomes

On successful completion of training and assessment, participants will receive a Statement of Attainment CPCCLRG3002 Licence to Perform Rigging intermediate Level and be eligible to apply for a National Licence to Perform High Risk Work (Class RI).

This unit completes the prerequisite for progressing to CPCCLRG4001 – Licence to perform rigging advanced level 

Course Prerequisites

  • You MUST hold a valid Dogging/Dogman HRW licence class DG and a valid Basic rigging (RB) prior to attaining your Intermediate Rigging class RI licence.
  • Participants must be over 18 years of age;
  • Must have GOOD English skills (be able to read, write, speak and understand technical concepts in English);
  • Be able to understand mathematical equations; and
  • Provide 100 points of Identification as per SafeWork NSW requirements. If a participant fails to bring 100 points of identification a re-booking fee of will be charged for assessment to be re-scheduled.

Course Details

These are a few details which will come in handy should you decide to proceed and enrol:

Training Location
To fulfill the in-person training requirements which require both practical demonstration and a written component, HRTA NSW has a purpose-built training ground in Ingleburn. This site offers all of the necessary venue requirements along with our qualified trainers and assessors.

Course Certification
On completion of the course, payment of fees, and when all requirements have been met, you will receive a Statement of Attainment issued by your registered training organisation. Your High-Risk Work Licence will be issued by an accredited SafeWork NSW assessor.

Course Duration
This course can be completed in just five (5) days – consisting of 4 days training and 1 day of assessment


at HRTA NSW only (GST Exempt)