1800 429 266

Recognised Prior Learining (RPL) - CPCCDE3014A Remove non frible asbestos training & Asbestos B Class Refresher training

CPCCDE3014A- Nationally Recognised Training

Duration: 2 hours

Recognised Prior Learning (RPL) CPCCDE3014A Remove non-friable asbestos training.

NEW: Up-skill and refresh! HAZCON's RPL bridging course now

doubles as a WorkSafe approved B Class refresher.

Aim: This bridging course is designed to up-skill participants from their current WorkSafe recognised 'B Class Removal Training' to the nationally accredited

'CPCCDE3014A Remove non-friable asbestos'. This course may additionally be used as a WorkSafe approved B Class refresher.

Key Areas Covered:

  • Revision on asbestos and asbestos containing materials
  • Legislation; including the differences between Victorian and WHS
  • PPE
  • Planning and preparation
  • Air Monitoring and visual clearances
  • Waste disposal

Pre-requisites:

  • Provide evidence of successful completion of previous B Class removal training.
  • Construction Induction Card; brought to the training course.
  • Proof of ID (drivers licence or equivalent); brought to the training course.

To receive a Statement of Attainment for CPCCDE3014A Remove non-friable

asbestos training participants are required to pass a written examination.

Target Audience: Victorian trained B Class removalists, who wish to perform

removal outside Victoria or on commonwealth infrastructure (NBN/Telstra pits).

This course is one of our publicly run courses. 

"This course can also be run just for you at your workplace.

If you are interested you can contact us on 1800 429 266 or on email: training@hazcon.com.au

*Note: If the evidence of CI Card and previous WSV recognised B Class cannot be provided, the participant can only be awarded a WorkSafe Recognised ticket.

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