Cranes and Dogging Licensing

Welcome to RFJ OHS Operator Training & Assessments (RFJ Operator Training), a Registered Training Organisation in Regents Park, NSW.

We provide Nationally Recognised Training for the Construction Industry in the following qualifications:

  • CPCCLDG3001A Licence to perform dogging
  • TLILIC2001A Licence to operate a forklift
  • TLILIC3006A Licence to operate a non-slewing mobile crane (greater than 3 tonnes capacity)
  • TLILIC3008A Licence to operate a slewing mobile crane (up to 20 tonnes)
  • TLILIC4009A Licence to operate a slewing mobile crane (up to 60 tonnes)
  • TLILIC4010A Licence to operate a slewing mobile crane (up to 100 tonnes)
  • TLILIC0012A Licence to operate a vehicle loading crane (capacity 10 metre tonnes and above)
  • TLILIC4011A Licence to operate a slewing mobile crane (over 100 tonnes)
  • CPCCLCT4001A Licence to operate a tower crane
  • TLILIC3003A Licence to operate a bridge and gantry crane

Our trainers and assessors are highly qualified and have extensive experience. We are here to support our participants through our training and recognition programs and to ensure they have an enjoyable learning experience.
We can make custom training plan for personnel with limited time or tight time schedule.

CV licence

CV training course

TLILIC0012A - Licence to operate a vehicle loading crane (capacity 10 metre tonnes and above) Also known as "Hiab licence" Vehicle loading crane is a crane that has a boom or jib and is mounted on a vehicle (truck). It sole purpose is for loading and unloading of that vehicle.

Moon Half

CT evening training course

Same as the day course, with later hours. Practical training must be done during the day, Thursday or Friday of the week.

CPCCLTC4001A Licence to operate a tower crane. This unit does not cover the requirements for Licence to operate a self-erecting tower crane.

CN Licence

CN trainig course

Non - slewing mobile crane is a crane that incorporates boom or jib, and does not slew. It can articulate to either left or right, to certain degree. CN licence is often referred to as "Franna ticket", named after widely known pick and carry crane range made by Franna.

C2 licence

C2 training course

TLILIC3008A Licence to operate a slewing mobile crane (up to 20 tonnes). City class cranes like 16t Kobelco and 20t Tadano Crevo are perfect examples for utilising this class licence, C2. Their compact size and maneuverability makes them perfect for tight spaces on new housing developments.

C6 licence

C6 training course

TLILIC4009A - Licence to operate a slewing mobile crane (up to 60 tonnes). This licence class is required for operating many today's popular cranes like 35t and 55t allterrain slewing mobile cranes, 30t and 50t truck cranes, or latest 2 axle 40t allterrain slewing mobile cranes.

C1 licence

C1 training course

TLILIC4010A Licence to operate a slewing mobile crane (up to 100 tonnes). To operate one of the popular 80t allterrain cranes, you require minimum C1 class licence. There are also plenty of pin jib crawler and telescoping crawler cranes that fall in category between 60t and 100t.

CO licence

CO training course

TLILIC4011A Licence to operate a slewing mobile crane (over 100 tonnes). Big cranes, big chains. Big allterrain and big crawlers, mainly. To operate all the big cranes that are erecting wind power generators, putting up bridges etc - you'll need CO licence.

dogman training

DG training course

CPCCLDG3001A Licence to perform dogging. To assess load, decide how to sling it, select lifting gear for it, inspect that lifting gear, sling the load and to direct the crane - you need minimum dogging licence (DG). Dogging licence is also prerequisite for basic rigging licence (RB).

Licensing for high risk work
natinally recognised training

Unique Student Identification Number

From January 1st, 2015 all people who undertake any VET training (Vocational Education and Training) which includes all of the nationally recognised courses we offer, will require a UNIQUE STUDENT IDENTIFIER number (USI). Any training undertaken must be accompanied by this USI number BEFORE the course is undertaken. You will be required to add this number to your registration form so you will need to apply for this number PRIOR to your training by visiting and clicking on the box that says CREATE A USI and follow the prompts. You will only be required to do this once. Please keep a record of this number as you will be required to give this number every time you complete any nationally recognised training.


WHY? This is an excerpt from the USI website:


From 1 January 2015, millions of Australians can build an online record of their VET attainments and qualifications. Every new and existing VET student will be issued a unique student identifier. This number is retained by a student throughout his or her lifetime. By gaining greater control over their VET records, student access to information for course enrolment will improve. Establishing credit for recognised prior learning will be simpler, and it will be easier for students to show employers this information during interviews.

If you would like more information, please visit the website .


You will need an USI before you train with us commencing from 1st January 2015. You need to apply only once for this number. You will need to provide it to us on your registration form so you will need to apply PRIOR to your training. Store it somewhere safe and each time you do training with us or another organisation that offers nationally accredited training you will need to supply this USI each time you register.

Mobile Crane Courses

The mobile crane is used more often by more businesses for even more effectiveness. RFJ Operator Training has the solution when you are looking for mobile crane courses to learn how to effectively use these cranes. We teach you to be safe when using even the most complicated machines on any worksite. Whether you are using the crane in different terrains or various elevations, you will be able to understand what you are doing so you can do it better. Our courses have been useful to a variety of operators in the past and can provide you with the help you need to get more done today.

Courses for Mobile Crane Safety and Effectiveness

RFJ Operator Training offers the mobile crane courses so you can learn how to get even more done. With courses to help you understand all of the different ways you can use these cranes, you will become a better crane operator. Our courses focus not only on the use of the crane to get more done, but also how to make sure that the work is being done safely. Trust in us to provide you with the knowledge that is based on up to date information.

Learning about the different mobile cranes and how you can effectively use them will make you a better employee on the worksite. It is no wonder individuals and companies alike have utilised our courses for crane operator training.

Get Moving on Training

The mobile crane courses we offer at RFJ Operator Training provide you with the help you need to better understand the cranes you will be using. You will understand all of the different models and how they can be used properly. Contact us today to get started with the courses you want to take or call us today on 0430 103 357.

C6 Crane course - Licence to operate a slewing mobile crane up to 60 tonnes

To operate popular 55t crane, one needs C6 crane licence. Training course including assessment takes 5 days to complete.

Open crane ticket or CO - Licence to operate a slewing mobile crane over 100 tonnes

Unlimited capacity, popular 130 tonners and up. Training course for CO (over 100 tonnes or TLILIC4011A) is exciting course and an eye opener.

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