CPCCLDG3001 Licence to perform dogging
(WorkSafe DG Licence)

Our nationally recognised “Dogging” course is a WorkSafe issued high risk licence class – DG. With this licence you can perform dogging activities in any state or territory of Australia.
A trained and licensed Dogman is required when any decisions need to be made regarding:
1. The identification of lifting points.
2. Selection / Inspection of slings
3. Selecting of a slinging technique.
4. Directing Crane movements.

• The selection of the slinging method and lifting gear for safe work lifting procedures
• Inspecting lifting equipment (i.e. prior to use)
• Slinging methods using a range of lifting equipment, including flexible steel wire rope, chains and synthetic slings
• Directing crane operators using verbal, hand and whistle signals
• Procedures relating to differing weather and site conditions

This course is delivered face to face


Individuals wishing to undertake this course must:
• Be at least 18 years of age
• Can use the English language at a level that enables the safe performance of high-risk work.
• Have general good health and fitness and any pre-existing medical conditions that will affect the training must be disclosed prior to attending.
• To obtain a Victorian WorkSafe Licence, applicants must reside in Victoria or, if they reside elsewhere, have a valid reason for obtaining the licence in Victoria.

5 Days

• You must provide, on the 1st day of training:
    • two (2) forms of identification, one (1) must include a photo, one (1) must include current address
• Wear comfortable and practical clothing and work boots. (Safety boots preferred)
• Tea & Coffee is provided.
• Please arrive 10 minutes prior to the commencement of training.
• All course participants have access to a student information book detailing their rights and responsibilities.

An assessment will be conducted at the conclusion of training in both practical and theory components. Competency based assessment practical component requires the participant to successfully complete a series of requested tasks under observation of the assessor, the assessor will then determine a judgement of competency. The knowledge component consists of a written assessment. During the assessment, if the assessor believes your response requires further information or is incorrect, you will be asked further questions to determine the level of your understanding.

Should the participant be deemed not competent, the student has a right to appeal the assessment decision and will be provided with the opportunity to either challenge the assessment or apply for re-assessment within a reasonable time frame. Students have the right to appeal if they are not satisfied with the outcome, according to your rights and responsibilities detailed in the student handbook. Further fees may be applicable for participants that require reassessment.

This course is a Nationally Recognised Accredited Course and applicants deemed competent at the successful conclusion of the course will be provided with a Statement of Attainment and an email from WorkSafe Victoria, with a link to a Notice of Assessment (which acts as a temporary licence for 60 days).

The Notice of Assessment must be lodged on the myworksafe portal or with Australia post within 60 days. Upon successful lodgement and payment of the Worksafe Licence Fee (https://www.worksafe.vic.gov.au/licence-types-and-fees ), a Worksafe ‘Licence to Perform High Risk Work – category DG’ will be available on the Worksafe portal or posted to the applicant

Participants completing the course may progress to other High Risk Licencing courses or undertake a full qualification such as Certificate III in Civil Construction Plant Operations

All courses require a position holding deposit of 50% you will be advised of the amount at the time of booking. Payment MUST be received within 48 hours of booking the course or the place can be given to another student. The balance will be required prior to course commencement date. Facilities include Bank Transfer, EFTPOS, Credit Card or Cash.

Employers/Employment Agencies
Employers/Employment Agencies will be forwarded an invoice upon receipt of booking form. 1 Stop Driving School’s payment terms are 14-day from the date of the invoice unless prior agreement has been made.

Should payment continue to be outstanding beyond the payment terms as stated above, the customer is responsible for all costs including any legal costs and any other fees that are incurred by 1 Stop Driving School in recovering any outstanding monies.

Should a participant not attend the course/class on the nominated day(s), full fees for that participant will be charged, unless there have been prior arrangements made with 1 Stop Driving School.

A minimum of 3 working days (72 hours) notice is mandatory for cancellation or withdrawal from this course. Dependent upon circumstances, students may be offered an alternative date for training.

Should the student not wish to reschedule, 50% of the full fees will be retained by 1 Stop Driving School, the remainder of the fees will be returned to the original payee. There is no charge for a student to transfer to an alternative date provided the 3 working days (72 hours) notification is received.

In the event notification of cancellation is not received within 3 working days (72 hours) by 1 Stop Driving School and/or the student does not attend training, the full course fee will be applicable.

The Student/Employer/Employment Agency is liable for full course fees upon non-attendance and will be invoiced accordingly.

If 1 Stop Driving School cancels the training course, then a full refund will be returned to the payer.

REFUNDS – A time frame of up to ten (10) working days is required to process refunds, any course materials or resources supplied to students are to be returned to 1 Stop Driving School upon cancellation, alternatively the cost of the materials will be invoiced to the client.