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RIIWHS202E Enter and work in confined spaces

RTO Code: 21519

Duration: 1 day (face to face)

Aim: This  face to face course is designed to provide participants with skills and knowledge required to enter and work in confined spaces in the resources and Infrastructure Industries. This unit is appropriate for those working in operational roles undertaking work in confined spaces.

 

Key Areas Covered:

  • Planning and preparing for entry of confined spaces;
  • Enter and work in confined spaces;
  • Exit confined spaces; and
  • Clean up.

Pre-requisite: Nil

Learners Needs:
In order to identify individual learners' requirements please bring to our attention any candidate that has any needs such as; literacy, access or, medical restrictions so arrangements can be made prior to course
commencement.

Literacy and Numeracy Requirements:
In order to be successful in the unit, students must have sufficient English written and oral language skills to enable clear and direct communication with trainer and other students.

Students must be able to; collaborate effectively with others and complete a short answer written assessment.

If you have any concerns regarding this requirement, please contact our friendly HAZCON training team to discuss what assisted learning options we have available to you.

Required to bring on the day:

  • Proof of ID (drivers licence or equivalent, with photo); brought to the training course; and
  • The participant has provided their Unique Student Identifier number; If participants do not have a USI number, please create one by logging onto www.usi.gov.au. 

Assessment:

During the day, there are theory assessments which contain a mix of multiple choice and short answers and
simulated work practical demonstrations.

If required; students are provided with two re-assessment opportunities on the day to demonstrate satisfactory performance.  Access to our appeals process is available in our student handbook should the student wish to   consider that option if competency hasn't been achieved after two re-assessment opportunities.

Certificate :
HAZCON will issue a RIIWHS202E Enter and work in confined spaces certificate and wallet card upon:
  • Successful completion of the training course.
  • Provision of identification and the completion of administration documentation; as listed above.

Would you like to apply for Recognised Prior Learning (RPL)?
If you believe you have industry skills, knowledge and experience working in confined spaces then you may be eligible for RPL. Please contact the Business Services Manager to discuss your suitability as an RPL candidate. The appropriate documentation will be provided to you if the RPL process is applicable to you.

Target Audience:
This course is aimed at people who are required to enter a confined space.

This course can be conducted on site at your company's premises or at HAZCON's training facilitiy in Notting Hill. 
Please refer to our  Public training dates for this course below:

 

 
RIIWHS202E Enter and work in confined spaces
 

Times:  8:30am - 4:30pm.
Cost:    $270.00 per person **This course is GST Free

(Including comprehensive course notes & catering).

DatesLocation Book
2021    
Thursday 15th July Notting HillBook
Thursday 23rd September Notting HillBook
Wednesday 27th October Notting HillBook

 

Confined Space Refresher training:

  • Refresher training is at the discretion of the employer and should be provided as appropriate for a particular workplace. The frequency of refresher training should consider the frequency of with which employees are required to carry out tasks associated with entry to or work in confined spaces.
  • There is no legislative requirement for refresher training for any units of competency from National Training Packages.

 

 

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