What is earthmoving?
- Trench excavation
- Mixing and backfilling
- Bulk excavation
- Loading & Hauling of excavated materials
Who needs an earthmoving ticket?
In general, a person conducting a business must ensure that people engaged in earthmoving must have received sufficient training, instruction and information to correctly follow the specific procedures using some discretion and judgment and relevant theoretical knowledge.
Statements of Attainment from the Resources and Infrastructure Industry Training Package (RII09) is now the industry standard and is a requirement for the vast majority of employers operating in the civil construction industry, many employers will no longer recognise the old National Occupational Health and Safety Commission (NHOSC) class of plant operating tickets.
How long does it take?
The length of training and assessment is listed above, you may need an upfront practical/theory assessment only, which can be done on the day or sufficient training to demonstrate competence for the particular item of plant .
What is the training like?
In most cases the training and assessment is one on one, or in groups of four. Our trainers and assessors have significant industry experience which ensures that you are taught by the experts.
Some Units Of Competency can also be completed as part of the course RII30920 – Certificate III in Civil Construction- General. Eligible students may be entitled to Government Subsided FUNDING if completing this unit as part of the RII30920 course. In Total there are 7 Core units and 18 Electives in the Full RII30920 Course.
Some Units Of Competency can also be completed as part of the course RII30820 – Certificate III in Civil Construction- Plant. Eligible students may be entitled to Government Subsided FUNDING if completing this unit as part of the RII30820 course. In Total there are 14 Core units and 5 Electives in the Full RII30820 Course.
How much does it cost
Please refer to price list.
Do I need to renew my ticket?
You do not need to renew or upgrade your qualification once it has been issued, however larger construction companies require that you undertake a process called Verification of Competency (VOC) prior to commencing work on site. CTI undertakes VOC’s for all types of construction plant and equipment.