Please see available public course dates below. Competitively priced training delivered by fully accredited and insured instructors.
We offer formal training and assessment both on-site and off-site. Our training course prices differ based on location – choose your local Kallibr Training site below. If you would like private course dates outside of those listed please send through an enquiry or call our friendly team.
On completion of the course, participants will have gained the following skills and knowledge to:
Plan Operations: Hazard management and consultation
Pre-operational Inspections: Crane and associated equipment
Set up: Outriggers, crane boom and lifting equipment
Transfer Loads: Shift loads with slings and mobile loads
Conclude Operations: Shut down and pack up crane and equipment following site specific procedures
A nationally recognised Statement of Attainment and a High-Risk Work Licence (class CV) will be issued through the WHS authority in your jurisdiction. (SafeWork/WorkSafe)
How to calculate the metre tonne rating of your Vehicle Loading Crane?
Vehicle loading cranes are rated in metre tonnes. This tends to cause some confusion amongst users. It is particularly important to understand the size requirements of your crane, because licensing requirements in Australia for vehicle loading cranes is determined by the rated capacity of the vehicle loading crane.
Vehicle loading cranes rated at 10 metre tonnes or above require a CV license to operate them.
So how is this rating determined?
To calculate the metre tonne rating of your crane, you need to:
Refer to your crane’s load chart (located on the boom of the crane).
Determine from the load chart the MAXIMUM LOAD (in Tonnes) your crane can lift at each particular RADIUS (In Metres).
Multiply these 2 numbers together (Metres X Tonnes)
If the answer is equal to or greater than 10, then you require a CV license to operate your Vehicle Loading Crane.
Example: Look at the load chart below from a knuckle boom crane.
Therefore: 3.1 metres x 5.2 tonne = 16.12 metre tonnes
This crane requires a High Risk Work (CV) license to operate it.
What are the mobile crane licences? (C2, C6, C1, C0)
A slewing mobile crane means a mobile crane incorporating a boom jib that is capable of being slewed. This excludes front end loader, backhoe, excavator and other earthmoving equipment when configured for crane operation.
There are four classes of slewing mobile cranes each with a different capacity:
up to 20 tonnes (C2) – incorporating CN & CV classes
up to 60 tonnes (C6) – incorporating C2, CN & CV classes
up to 100 tonnes (C1) – incorporating C6, C2, CN & CV classes
If a participant withdraws from a qualification/unit, with less than seven (7) business days notice prior to commencement, Kallibr Training reserves the right to retain the 30% administration booking fee.
No refund will be provided within two (2) business days prior to commencement. No refund will be permitted after course commencement or if a participant fails to attend on the scheduled commencement date.