Available courses

This course covers how accidents occur, how to identify causes, how to investigate and write an accident report.
This training course is designed for employers, managers and supervisors, health & safety personnel, safety committee members and health & safety representatives. Explain why workplace accidents need to be reported and investigated. Explain the concepts of multiple causation and root-cause analysis. Detail in incident investigation process using a hypothetical incident. Produce an incident investigation report based on a documented incident.
We are passionate about Assessor Training and developing good assessor practice within the organisations that we work with. We make the learning as practical, utilising scenario based learning and contextualisation of the trainees workplace assessing experience. This makes the learning experience much more efficient, relevant and participative. This one day workshop covers all the learning required to become assessment ready for unit 4089 & 11281. Additionally the workshop can cover the assessor future experiences of trainees, and industry. The workshop can be throughout New Zealand, in companies, or through public schedule. Topics covered include: The New Zealand Qualifications Framework. Standard Setting Bodies. Understanding Qualifications and Unit Standards. Types of assessment and their methods. The Significance of Pre-Moderation. The Assessment Process. ITO / Organisational Requirements. Best Practice Assessments. Records Assessment. Decisions. Providing Feedback.
The back-injury prevention course provides an understanding of the causes of back injury in the workplace. It increases worker awareness and knowledge and teaches preventative strategies.
The back-injury prevention course provides an understanding of the causes of back injury in the workplace. It increases worker awareness and knowledge and teaches preventative strategies.
Describe the safe operation of a compressed air breathing apparatus (CABA)Prepare, test, and re-commission CABA equipmentWear and monitor a CABAImplement emergency procedures
This course is aimed at producing a chainsaw operator who is able to safely demonstrate and apply the knowledge for chainsaw use contained in the Approved Code of Practice. It is designed for the occasional user as an introduction to operating a chainsaw in a workplace and can be customised to incorporate specific company policies and procedures.

Trainees will be able to demonstrate and apply their responsibilities under the requirements of the Health and Safety legislation in relation to chainsaw operation. This is not an advanced course and does not cover tree felling.

As a result course attendees will gain knowledge of: Classifying hazardous substances; Potential adverse effects of hazardous substances on the body and environment, types of exposure monitoring, and treatment options. Safe storage, tracking requirements, handling, and disposal of hazardous substances. Response to uncontrolled release of hazardous substances. Health and Safety information for safe handling, storage, and disposal of a hazardous substance.
Ability to identify legislative responsibilities required for the control and containment of emissions and spillsRecord, report and follow up emissions and spillsStore and handle workplace chemicalsUnderstand workplace chemicals and their characteristicsHazards of handling workplace chemicalsProcedures for the disposal of workplace chemicalsDocumentation of workplace chemical use and storageMethods of dealing with workplace chemical spills and the equipment to be used.
This course covers the key requirements for the safe handling and storage of workplace chemicals. It enables employers to meet obligations under the Hazardous Substances Regulations 2017 whereby under section 4.5, all workers at risk of exposure to hazardous substances at work to must trained to perform these duties safely.
As a result course attendees will gain knowledge of: Classifying hazardous substances; Potential adverse effects of hazardous substances on the body and environment, types of exposure monitoring, and treatment options. Safe storage, tracking requirements, handling, and disposal of hazardous substances. Response to uncontrolled release of hazardous substances.
As a result course attendees will gain knowledge of: Hazardous substances in a workplace and their potential adverse effects. Workplace procedures to prevent adverse effects of hazardous substances. Safe use of PPE to reduce exposure. Knowledge of procedures during emergencies.
A confined space is any area that is not intended for human occupancy, has limited access or has the potential to contain a toxic or oxygen deficient atmosphere. Training is necessary for supervisors, stand-by-people, workers entering confined spaces and rescue personnel. When entering a confined space you must be able to operate an atmospheric testing device to determine whether a suitable atmosphere exists to work safely.

Axiom Training recommends that a refresher is completed every two years.

Please Note: If you are attending the refresher course you will be joining us on the second day of the two day course option.
AMS Group is an accredited mobile testing centre for the ConstructSafe system. This system is owned by the Construction Safety Council. ConstructSafe, aims to provide industry with some assurance that individuals have the knowledge and ability to keep themselves and others safe. This is achieved through a testing process of knowledge and behaviour against a framework designed and developed based upon industry needs.The testing framework for Tier 1 – Health and Safety Competency Test, covers the full range of foundational knowledge expected by industry. This includes:▼ General safety knowledge▼ Working at Heights▼ Chemicals and Hazardous Substances▼ Emergencies▼ Plant▼ Traffic▼ Utilities and services▼ Confined and restricted spaces.
Identify the legislative and organisational health & safety requirements for engaging contractors to preform work on-site. Explain how to manage the use of contractors on site to ensure compliance with legislative and organisational health & safety requirements. Explain contractor health & safety performance review requirements.
People credited with this unit standard are able to: Identify hazards. Prepare to move a track crawler crane. Configure and position a track crawler crane and identify regulatory permits. Lift and place loads with a track crawler crane. Travel the crawler crane and complete documentation. Demobilise the track crawler crane for removal off-site and complete documentation. Weekly safety and maintenance checks of the track crawler crane. This course is based on industry best practice and based in the equipment on the work site and relevant company procedures.
If you're transporting dangerous or hazardous goods, you need a dangerous goods (D) endorsement on your driver licence. Dangerous goods include substances and articles that have explosive, flammable, toxic, infectious or corrosive properties. They also include containers that have held dangerous goods.

Course options include the full and renewal courses. Axiom Training recommends that a refresher is completed every five years.
Axiom Training specialises in offering assessment design training courses via distance learning and workshops for tertiary education organisations and secondary schools.

Our aim is to train assessment designers to meet your organisational needs within the context of your learners and learning environment leading to the achievement of NZQA Unit Standard 11552.
People who attend this course will be able to: Describe what is meant by DPI Outline the groups of contributory factors and how they combine to result DPI Describe contributory factors individuals and workplaces need to consider when preventing and managing DPI Outline measures used to manage the risks to staff experiencing DPI
"People credited with this unit standard are able to: Calculate loads, Inspect and evaluate lifting gear, Identify hazards, Explain lifting gear range charts, Prepare and sling regular loads and, Communicate during crane operations, including the use of hand signals and radios to provide instruction that will minimise risks. This course is based on industry best practice and based on the equipment on the work site and where relevant company procedures.
People credited with this unit standard are able to: Describe the purpose and use of types of lifting equipment. Select lifting equipment and apply sling and lifting gear to the lead. Select and apply packing and dunnage to crane lift situations. Prepare and sling complex loads. Identify factors affecting the safe operation of the crane. This course is based on industry best practice and based on the equipment on the work site and relevant company procedures.
People who successfully complete any one of the unit standards specified in the EWP training course will be able to :Demonstrate knowledge of types of EWPs, their suitability for purpose, and safety features including scissor lift, truck mounted, self-propelled boom lift, trailer mounted, vertical lift. Demonstrate knowledge of legislative requirements in relation to Codes of practice and the use of EWPs. Operate an Elevated Work Platform (EWP) within following the manufacturers recommendations and within the machines intended specifications, in accordance with industry requirements.
The online theory modules refresh the requirements for a trainee that already holds unit 23966 - Describe types of elevating work platforms (EWPs), and legislative requirements for their use. The 2 online modules cover the theory for you to refresh your EWP certificate. You will be issued a theory completion certificate after successfully completing the 2 theory modules. This certificate must be shown to the trainer when arriving for the practical session of this course. Once you have successfully completed your practical you will receive a full refresher EWP certificate.
People attending this course will be able to: Explain the roles and responsibilities of Fire and Emergency Wardens. Identify Factors pertaining to safe evacuation. Identify resources required to ensure safe evacuation from a workplace or site. Explain requirements and procedures to pre-warn other parties involved in emergency operations.
People who attend this course will be able to: Demonstrate knowledge of the fire
classes and fire suppression techniques. Select and
implement a strategy to deal with fires
Patient assessment Provide basic life support Scene safety
Patient assessment. Provide basic life support. Scene safety
On successful completion of this course trainees will be able to Demonstrate knowledge of the safe operation of a forklift Perform a pre-operational inspection and start up procedure for a forklift Demonstrate practical forklift skills. Park and shut down a forklift F-Endorsement will cover both practical and theory and will include: Forklift familiarity and terminology Operator responsibility Controls and travel skills Manoeuvring, loading and unloading Fork control, stacking and hazard.
On successful completion of this course trainees will be able to Demonstrate knowledge of the safe operation of a forklift, Platform a pre-operational inspection and start up procedure for a forklift. Demonstrate practical forklift skills. Park and shut down a forklift. F-Endorsement will cover both practical and theory and will include: Forklift familiarity and terminology, Operator responsibility, Controls and travel skills, Maneuvering, loads and unloading, Fork control, staking and hazards.
On successful completion of this course trainees will be able to, Demonstrate knowledge of the safe operation of a forklift, Perform a pre-operational inspection and start up procedure for a forklift. Demonstrate practical forklift skills. Park and shut down a forklift. F-Endorsement will cover both practical and theory and will include: Forklift familiarity and terminology, Operator responsibility, Controls and travel skills, Maneuvering, loading and unloading, Fork control, stacking and hazard.
This session covers the practical use of the forklift under specific tuition from one of our AMS Forklift Trainers. The lesson will cover basic forklift skills and will build confidence ahead of the practical forklift assessment.
This course combines both practical and theory training to ensure the safety of your team within the operation of a forklift mounted safety platform.
By completing this Forklift OSH Refresher course you will be able to: Demonstrate knowledge of the safe operation of a forklift, Perform a pre-operational inspection and start up procedure for a forklift, Demonstrate practical forklift skills, Park and shut down a forklift.
On successful completion of this course trainees will be able to, Demonstrate knowledge of the safe operation of a forklift, Perform a pre-operational inspection and start up procedure for a forklift, Demonstrate practical forklift skills. Park and shut down a forklift, F-Endorsement will cover both practical and theory and will include: Forklift familiarity and terminology, Operator responsibility, Controls and travel skills, Maneuvering, loading and unloading, Fork control, stacking and hazard.
Demonstrate knowledge of the safe operation of a forklift. Perform a pre-operational inspection and start up procedure for a forklift. Demonstrate practical forklift skills. Park and shut down a forklift.
By completing this Forklift OSH Refresher course you will be able to: Demonstrate knowledge of the safe operation of a forklift. Perform a pre-operational inspection and start up procedure for a forklift. Demonstrate practical forklift skills. Park and shut down a forklift.
Trained Forklift Operators Will Save Time & Reduce Cost

A trained forklift operator is the key to ensuring the most effective and safe use of forklifts in the workplace. Having a trained and certified forklift operator requires a Forklift Operators Certificate as a minimum and if driving on a road, an F endorsement on their licence.

The key benefits of having trained forklift operators are:

1. Time saving
2. Overall cost reduction
3. Risk reduction
4. Reduced inventory loss
5. Less machine damage
6. Increased confidence of the staff

All forklift training courses can be completed in one working day. There are two types of forklift certifications available:

* F Endorsement
* Forklift Operators Certificate

You can complete one or both of these certifications in the same course.
This course combines both practical and theory training to ensure the safety of your team within the operation of a Forklifts with Attachments.

This course can be combined with our Forklift Mounted Safety Platform course for a full day of specialist forklift training
Demonstrate knowledge of atmospheric testing in potentially hazardous environments Conduct atmospheric tests Interpret & respond to atmospheric testing results
Where there is a fall risk, an employer is responsible to ensure that staff are trained on how to work safely and use the equipment according to manufacturer and WorkSafe best practice guidelines. An ideal introduction to working at heights, this course is designed for learners who work from a fixed harness anchor point and require the knowledge and skills to do so safely. This course is an excellent option for learners who operate equipment that involves working at heights for example: Mobile Elevated Work Platforms, High-Level Order Picker, Forklift Mounted Safety Platforms (Man Cage) Any type of equipment that requires the working at heights from a fixed anchor point.
This course teaches the tools and techniques required to effectively identify and control workplace hazards and assess risks.
People who complete this course will be able to:Describe hazards that may harm workers, the environment, and organisationsExplain health and safety requirements for hazard controlDescribe hazard control methodsIdentify hazards and apply risk assessment procedures
People credited with this unit standard are able to: Identify and describe legislative rights and responsibilities for workplace health and safety. Describe the systems approach to workplace health and safety. Explain how hazards and risks are defined in the Health and Safety at Work Act 2015Identify the principles of workplace safety in a given workplace. Demonstrate safe work practices in a specific workplace. Describe hazards that may harm workers, the work environment, and organisations. Explain health and safety requirements for hazard control. Describe hazard control methods. Identify hazards and apply risk assessment procedures
The purpose if this course is for Health an Safety Reps to explain and demonstrate their overall role and functions in a New Zealand workplace. Explain the role and functions of the Health and Safety Representative under the Health and Safety at Work Act 2015 and its Regulations Working with the PCBU & WorkSafe Roles and Responsibilities under the HSWA. Explain the role of a Health and Safety Managing risk and the importance of communicating with workers and management. Responsibility that a health and safety rep has for issuing a provisional improvement notice (PIN). How and when to direct a worker to cease unsafe work. Please note that dependent on the trainees experience a post course activity may be required for assessment prior to the unit standard being completed.
The purpose of this course id for Health and Safety Reps to explain and demonstrate their overall role and function in a New Zealand workplace. Explain the role and functions of the Health and Safety Representative under the Health and Safety at Work Act 2015 and its Regulations. Working with the PCBU & WorkSafe Roles and Responsibilities under the HSWA. Explain the role of a Health and Safety Rep has for issuing a provisional improvement notice (PIN). How and when to direct a worker to cease unsafe work. Please note that dependent on the trainees experience a post course activity may be required for assessment prior to the unit standard being completed.
At the conclusion of this course you will be able to: Describe the principles of health and safety risk assessment. Apply health and safety risk assessment to a job role in accordance with regulatory requirements and industry good practice.
People who do this course will be able to: Explain why workplace accidents nee to be reported and investigated. Explain the concept of multiple causation and root-cause analysis. Detail and incident investigation process using a hypothetical incident. Produce an incident investigation report based on a documented incident.
This course is aimed at producing 4WD operators that can demonstrate the knowledge, skills and attributes for all essential areas of the unit of competency covered under the full "best practice" guidelines for 4WD operations in the workplace. NZQA Unit Standards:
17976 - Demonstrate light knowledge of operating a four drive (4WD) vehicle in an off road environment (4 credits).
17978 - Operate a light four wheel drive (4WD) vehicle in an off road environment (4 Credits)
Optional: 20848 - Demonstrate knowledge of and skills for driving a light four wheel drive (4WD) vehicle on-road (4 credits)
17673 - Drive a light motor vehicle check on a light motor vehicle, and start up and shut down procedure (4 credits)
17678 - Drive a light motor vehicle on an unsealed road or surfaces (3 credits)
17977 - Develop a plan for off-road light four wheel drive (4WD) driving (5 credits)
This course teaches the knowledge, skills, and attributes for all essential areas of the units of competency covered under the best practice guidelines for Light Utility Vehicle (LUV) driving in the workplace. The course is targeted specifically for operators of LUVs used in the workplace and teaches trainees to ride effectively and safely over varied terrain. The trainee will be able to demonstrate the appropriate responsibilities of a driver with strong emphasis on accident prevention. A high level of safe decision-making is also promoted as well as riding techniques that minimise negative environmental impact.
This practical course helps your team learn the skills and correct loading techniques required to ensure goods vehicles are loaded and secured safely. With a detailed focus on the legal requirements and loss reduction, our industry experienced trainers will provide practical demonstrations and hands on learning experiences to practice and complete:
- Planning considerations for the loading of a goods vehicle.
- Loading of a goods vehicle based upon designed plans.
- Restraining, securing, and protecting the load to reduce loss and ensure compliance.
- Unloading of the load from goods vehicle.
At the end of this scaffolding training course you will be able to: Demonstrate the knowledge of non-notifiable pre-fabricated scaffolding. Erect, alter, inspect and dismantle completed non-notifiable frame scaffolding up to five (5) meters in height. Undertaking and implementing a task analysis for the erection, use and dismantling of non-notifiable prefabricated frame scaffolding up to five meters in height.
At the end of this scaffolding training course you will be able to: Demonstrate the knowledge of non-notifiable pre-fabricated scaffolding. Erect, alter, inspect and dismantle completed non-notifiable pre-fabricated frame scaffolding up to five (5) meters in height. Undertake and implement a task analysis for the erection, use and dismantling of non-notifiable pre-fabricated frame scaffolding up to five meters in height. Select, use, care for and maintain hand tools and portable power tools. Safely use hand tools and portable power tools using for scaffolding.
Course attendees must hold a full class 1 driver licence. To do any combination of Wheels, Tracks or Rollers together will take approximately four hours. This course includes theory and practical components.
Course attendees must hold a full class 1 driver licence. To do any combination of Wheels, Tracks or Rollers together will take approximately four hours. This course includes theory and practical components.
People who complete this course will be able to: Demonstrate knowledge of types of manual handling risks in the workplace. Describe injury risk reduction measures for manual handling in the workplace. Use safe manual handling practices with mechanical aids in the workplace.
People credited with this unit standard are able to: Prepare to lift and place regular loads with a mini-crawler crane. Sling a regular load with a mini-crawler crane. Lift and place regular loads. Travel a mini-crawler crane including inspection of crane and lifting equipment. Understand and completed documentation for crane travel. This course is based on industry best practice and based on the equipment on the work site and relevant company procedure.
People credited with this unit standard are able to: Configure and position a mobile crane. Use of ropes, reeving, hook block, hook and rigging equipment for lifting regular loads. Lift and place regular loads. Prepare mobile crane for road travel mode. Understand and complete documentation for crane travel. This course is based on industry best practice and based on the equipment on the work site and relevant company procedures.
The Mobile Elevating Work Platform (MEWP) Code of Practice requires that employees are either sufficiently experienced to do their work safely or are supervised by an experienced person. In addition, employees must be adequately trained in the safe use of equipment in the place of work including protective clothing and equipment.

Additional training is available through the optional electives that include truck mounted, trailer mounted and vertical lift. These unit standards are offered as onsite training only.

Full and renewal course options can be selected based upon your specific requirements, Axiom Training recommends that a refresher is completed every three years.
Our moderator training course is designed to extend experienced assessors' skills and knowledge of assessment, and to prepare them to handle moderation tasks within your organisation. The course is customised to fit your needs and systems and can optionally lead on from our Assessor Training course.
Through this course, operators will understand and apply the principles of attaching, lifting, moving and placing loads using mobile plant.
People credited with this unit standard are able to: Describe key health and safety legislation, documentation that supports health and safety at work, and the role of the health and safety regulator. Describe key duties and the application if those duties in the workplace in accordance with health and safety legislation. Describe key roles in terms of worker participation and engagement in relation to the HSWA.
People credited with this unit standard are able to: Identify hazards. Mobilise, position and configure a non-slewing articulated crane. Lift and place regular loads. Travel the crane with a load on the hook. Complete required documentation to travel a crane with load on the hook. Understand and complete documentation for crane travel. This course is based on coaching and assessment only and is designed for trainees with experience in Non-Slewing crane operation.
This course teaches how to select and prepare mowing equipment and machinery, carry out worksite preparation and safety checks, operate a mower to mow reserves and roadside vegetation and carry out post-operational procedures. It can be customised to suit specific machinery, working environment and company protocols.
Trainees who successfully complete this course will be able to: Demonstrate knowledge of company procedures and requirements for lifting practices and overhead cranes. Demonstrate knowledge of pendant and remote controlled cranes. monorail, and suspended hoists and lifting equipment. Demonstrate knowledge of the care and safe use of pendant and remote controlled cranes, monorail, and suspended hoist and lifting equipment. Sling, lift, travel, and unload or place regular loads, Park cranes and store equipment. Refresher training is available for workers that have completed unit standard 3800 - Operate a radio remote or pendant controlled overhead crane and lift and place regular loads.
The online course covers the theory part for you to refresh your Crane Operators Certificate. Crane Operator's certificates must be renewed on a yearly basis. A theory refresher certificate will be emailed to you once you successfully complete the online training. The online theory refreshes the knowledge and application, for a trainee that already holds unit 3800 - Use a radio remote or pendant controlled gantry crane to lift and place regular loads. The course will refresh your knowledge on the safe operation of overhead crane and counts towards renewing your certification on the safe operation of overhead crane for regular loads.
Demonstrate a knowledge of the legal requirements of a Permit to Work system. Demonstrate a practical understanding of all Permit to Work documentation. Demonstrate how and when extra authorisation is required e.g. sign off by manager, notification to WorkSafe NZ. Demonstrate an understanding of electrical and mechanical isolation. Complete a permit for a high risk activity e.g. hot work, confined space or excavation. Complete an audit of a Permit to Work.
Understand the legislative requirements associated with a Permit to Work System. Identify responsibilities/ roles associated with height/ confined space entry/ hot and cold work/ excavation/ lifting and cranage. Identify the hazards. Assess hazards to determine significance. Control significant hazards. Have emergency procedures in place. Able to fill out a permit. Understands that a permit authorises only specified work to be carried out.
Understanding the legislative requirements associates with a Permit to Work System. Identify responsibilities / roles associated with height / confined space entry / hot and cold work / excavation / lifting and cranage. Identify the hazards to determine significance. Control significant hazards. Have emergency procedures in place. Able to fill out a permit. Understands that a permit authorises only specified work to be carried out.
Demonstrate a knowledge of the legal requirements of a Permit to Work system. Demonstrate a practical understanding of all Permit to Work documentation. Demonstrate how and when extra authorisation is required e.g. sign off by manager, notification to WorkSafe NZ. Demonstrate an understanding of electrical and mechanical isolation. Complete a permit for a high risk activity e.g. hot work, confined space of excavation. Complete an audit of a Permit to Work.
Understand the legislative requirements associated with a Permit to Work System. Identify responsibilities / roles associated with height / confined space entry / hot and cold work / excavation / lifting and cranage. Identify and assess hazards. Control significant hazards. Have emergency procedures in place. Able to fill out a permit. Understands that a permit authorises only specified work to be carried out.
Understand the legislative requirements associated with a Permit to Work System. Identify responsibilities/ roles associated with height/ confined space entry/ hot and cold work / excavation/ lifting and cranage. Identify and assess hazards. Control significant hazards. Have emergency procedures in place. Able to fill out a permit. Understand that a permit authorises only specified work to be carried out.
Graduates of this course are able to: Carry out regular maintenance of a petrol-powered brushcutter Use a petrol-powered brushcutter in accordance with workplace procedures.
This course is aimed at producing a quad bike operator that can demonstrate the knowledge, skills, and attributes for all essential areas of the unit of competency covered under the "best practice" guidelines for quad bike riding in the workplace, Unit Standards 24557 - Demonstrate knowledge of the safe operation of a quad bike (3 credits).
24554 - Ride a quad bike on a flat terrain in the workplace (4 credits)
24559 - Ride a quad bike on a hilly terrain (4 credits)
Optional: 24661 - Ride a quad bike with trailed equipment (4 credits)
24653 - Ride a quad bike with mounted equipment of a load (3 credits)
As a result course attendees will gain knowledge of: Classifying hazardous substances; Potential adverse effects of hazardous substances on the body and environment, types of exposure monitoring, and treatment options. Safe storage, tracking requirements, handling, and disposal of hazardous substances. Response to uncontrolled release of hazardous substances. Health and Safety information for safe handling, storage, and disposal of a hazardous substance.
The course covers the following knowledge and skills: Describe the legal requirements for tractors an tractor users on both private property and on public roads. Describe occupational hazards associated with tractor use. Identify factors that affect tractor stability. Check and service a wheel tractor and implement before use. Attach an implement to a tractor. Drive a wheel tractor and implement safely over flat terrain. Detach an implement from a tractor. Drive a tractor on hilly terrain.
This course teaches how to conduct a scaffold pre-inspection before use and how to respond to the findings. It does not remove the requirements for inspections to be completed by a certified scaffolder where required under the statute.
This two-day STMS Level 1 course is the next step from the TC (Traffic Controller) Course and helps prepare course participants to take a lead role in traffic management on level 1 roads throughout New Zealand. Participants will learn how to prepare Traffic Management Plan (TMP). Covering specific duties for the STMS who has overall responsibility for traffic management at work sites.
The two-day STMS Level 1 course is the next step from the TC (Traffic Controller) Course and helps prepare course participants tp take a lead role in traffic management on level 1 roads throughout New Zealand. Participants will learn how to prepare Traffic Management Plans (TMP). Covering specific duties for the STMS who has overall responsibility for traffic management at work sites.
Crane operation is a specialist skill, the completion of the unit 30072 is the starting point of the crane operator and dogman qualifications and established the pre-requisite requirements for entry into future training. Course Content. Knowledge of hazards, hazard control, an lift planning. Knowledge of lifting gear and working load limits (WLL) tables. Preparation for, slinging regular loads safely. This course is based on Industry Best Practice, equipment on the work site and relevant company procedures.
Crane operation is a specialist skill, the completion of the unit 30072 is the starting point for the crane operator and dogman qualifications and established the pre-requisite requirements for entry into future training, Course Content. Knowledge of hazards, hazard control, and lift planning. Knowledge of lifting gear and working loads limits (WLL) tables. Preparation for, slinging regular loads safely/ This course is based on Industry Best Practice, equipment on the work site and relevant company procedures.
Crane operation is a special skill, the completion if the unit 30072 is the starting point for the crane operator and dogman qualifications and established the pre-requisite requirements for entry into future training. Course Content. Knowledge of hazards, hazard control, and lift planning. Knowledge of lifting gear and working loads limits (WLL) tables. Preparation for, slinging regular loads safely. This course is based on Industry Best Practice, equipment on the work site and relevant company procedures.
Trainees who successfully complete this course will be able to: Demonstrate knowledge of company procedures and requirements for lifting practices and overhead cranes. Demonstrate knowledge of pendant and remote controlled cranes, monorail, and suspended hoists and lifting equipment. Demonstrate knowledge of the care and safe use of pendant and remote controlled cranes, monorail, and suspended hoist and lifting equipment. Sling, lift. travel, and unload or replace regular loads. Park crane and store equipment. Refresher training is available for workers that have completed unit standard 3800 - Operate a radio remote of pendant controlled overhead crane and lift and place regular loads.
This course unit standards 30072 (Sling Regular Loads) and 16617 (Lift and Place Loads). 30072 - Sling Regular Loads is the new prerequisite for 16617 - Lift and Place Loads. This course will proved both theory and practical training. Operators completing this course will be able to identify hazards and danger zone areas around the equipment, evaluate and apply lifting gear, calculate loads and gain skills to safely operate a truck mounted crane.
This is a combined course option for bucket attachment and forklift endorsement for the fork attachment. Telehandler attachments may include buckets, forks or crane. Attachments do not include an attachment that is towed, for example trailers, hay rakes or similar implements used in an agricultural activity.
This is a combined course option for bucket attachment and forklift endorsement for fork attachment. Telehandler attachments may include buckets, forks or crane. Attachments do not include an attachment that is towed, for example trailers, hay rakes or similar implements used in an agricultural activity.
People credited with this unit standard are able to: Position the tower crane and resources. Lift and place regular loads. Put the tower crane into out-of-service condition. Carry out daily and weekly checks. This course is based on industry best practice and based on the equipment on the work site and relevant company procedures.
Introduction to temporary traffic management. Rules and responsibilities of a Traffic Controller (TC). Identify who is responsible for what on a site under traffic management. How to setup, breakup and monitor site layouts and other traffic control roles.
Our Train the Trainer course offers two days for practical inspiration that will take trainers to the next level of effectiveness. The course is designed to give you plenty of opportunity to practice and understand the important principles and practices. Participants will return energised and inspired, ready to put their new tools and ideas into practice.
This is your how-to guide to succeed in training others and is specifically focused on the workplace. It is a short course version of the formal Train the Trainer course. This course is ideal for any person training others in a workplace, on the job, in groups or even machinery and product training, who don't have a formal qualification on how to train others in the workplace. Trainees will learn about: How people are motivated to learn. Reviewing your training - for continuously improved results. How to engage learners in your workplace. Different ages and types of learners - and how you can spark learning in each person. How adult learners thrive on objectives and goals in training - and how you can structure your training to clearly show this. Creating training plans that are organised and give you and your learner 'confidence'
CLASS 2 allows you to drive a vehicle up to 18,000kgs. Indicative course details is shown below. This time table is subject to change. Your course timetable will be supplied with your course material. Please ensure you check the days you are required to attend. Please note that you will need to supply a copy of your Driver's Medical Certificate if you are completing a learners license. Course Details;
Stage 1: Class 2/4 Learners Licensing - 8am-12:30pm. Trainees to sit license at VTNZ when confident.
Stage 2: Fatigue Management and Logbook - 8am-4pm Full day of training and 24089 unit standard assessment.
Stage 3: Class 2 Theory and Practice Drive 8am-4pm Full day of training and 17574 or 17576 unit standard assessment and practice drive.
Stage 4: Practical Assessment. Advised at Stage 3 Practical drive assessment.
CLASS 4 allows you to drive a vehicle over 18,000kgs. Indicative details for the course is shown below. Your course timetable will be supplied with your course material. Please ensure you check the days you are required to attend.
Course Details:
Stage1 - Fatigue Management and Logbook - 8am-4pm Full day of training and 24089 unit standard assessment.
Stage 2 - Class 4 Theory. Practice drives are provided in support of trainee practical assessment. - 8am-4pm Full day of training and 17576 unit standard assessment.
Stage 3 - Practical drives assessment. Advised at Stage 2 Practical drives assessment.
Class 5 allows you to drive a vehicle combination of 25,000kg and over. Inductive course details is shown below. Your course timetable will be supplied with your course material. Please ensure you check the days you res required to attend. Please note that you will need to supply a copy of your Driver's Medical Certificate if you are completing a learners license. Course Details:
Stage 1 - Class 5 Learners Licensing: 8am-12:30pm. Trainee to sit license at VTNZ when confident.
Stage 2 - Fatigue Management and Logbook: 8am-4pm Full day of training and 24089 unit standard assessment.
Stage 3 - Class 5 Theory. Practice drive are provided in support of trainee practical assessment: 8am-4pm full day of training and 17577 unit standard assessment.
Stage 4 - Practical Drive Assessment . Advised at Stage 3 - Practical drive assessment
This booking is for a truck driving lesson with one of the Axiom Truck Trainers. Many of the trucks we use have multi-speed gearboxes and are considerably different to smaller vehicles. This lesson will allow you to practice driving in the truck and to built confidence in preparation for sitting your practical truck license.
This course covers unit standard 16617 (Lift and Place Loads). 30072 (Sling Regular Loads)is the new prerequisite for 16617 (Lift and Place Loads). This course will proved both theory and practical training. Operators completing this course will be able to identify hazards and danger zone areas around the equipment, evaluate and apply lifting gear, calculate loads and gain the skills to safely operate a truck mounted crane.
Our Working at Heights safety course has been designed to give trainees both the theoretical and practical knowledge and awareness of height specific hazards, including: Hazards associated with different work at heights (e.g. roofers, scaffolders, window cleaners, construction/ builders, maintenance workers and inspectors.
Our Working at Heights safety course has been designed to give trainees both the theoretical and practical knowledge and awareness of height specific hazards, including: Hazards associated with different work at heights (e.g. roofers, scaffolders, window cleaners, construction/ builders, maintenance workers and inspectors)
Our Working at Heights safety course has been designed to give trainees both the theoretical and practical knowledge and awareness of height specific hazards, including: Hazards associated with different work at heights (e.g. roofers, scaffolders, window cleaners, construction/ builders, maintenance workers and inspectors)
This course teaches risk management and the prevention of safety incidents and is critical in managing workplace safety under the Health and Safety at Work Act. People who complete this unit standard will be able to work well in established industry operating and maintenance environments and plan tasks and operations where fall risks exist. This is a practical programme that requires the completion of two safety plans from a work environment.
As a result course attendees will gain knowledge of: Hazardous substances in a workplace and their potential adverse effects. Work place procedures to prevent adverse effects of hazardous substances. Safe use of PPE to reduce exposure. Knowledge of procedures during emergencies.
At the conclusion of this course you will be able to: Describe healthy and safe practices in a workplace. Describe reporting and documentation requirements in terms of workplace health and safety. Describe the communication process in terms of health and safety practices in a workplace setting. Describe workplace health and safety culture.
People credited with this unit standard are able to: Identify and describe legislative rights and responsibilities for workplace health and safety. Describe the systems approach to workplace health and safety. Explain how hazards and risks are defined in the Health and Safety at Work Act 2015.
People attending this course will be able to: To be able to control, monitor and maintain safety for activity. Identify hazardous environments and activities requiring safety observer control. Identify the safety observer responsibilities. Identify emergency response measures.

Maintain and use a power take off (PTO) driven implement attached to a tractor under limited supervision

Facilitate learner-led interactive learning sessions for adult learners

Demonstrate knowledge of workplace health and safety requirements
Drive a heavy vehicle in an off-road environment
Load and unload a goods vehicle
Suppress fire with hand extinguishers and fixed hose reels
Demonstrate knowledge of regulatory requirements relating to cranes
Demonstrate knowledge of crane types, and safe practices required in the crane industry
Sling regular loads and communicate during crane operations
Use a cab controlled gantry crane to lift and place regular loads
Lift and place regular loads with a tower crane
Configure and position a mobile crane and lift and place regular and irregular loads
Operate a radio remote or pendant controlled overhead crane and lift and place regular loads
Sling complex loads for crane operations
Use standards to assess candidate performance
Explain the principles of fire science
Manage first aid in an emergency situation
Provide first aid
Provide basic life support
Demonstrate knowledge of the Approved Code of Practice relating to chainsaw use
Demonstrate basic chainsaw operation
Establish a culturally safe and inclusive learning environment for adults in New Zealand's cultural setting
Deliver on job training for adult trainees
Create and maintain a positive learning environment for adult learners
Erect and dismantle non-notifiable prefabricated frame scaffolding up to five metres in height
Operate a powered industrial lift truck (forklift)
Demonstrate knowledge of the safe operation, prepare to operate and operate and shut down a forklift with attachments
Prepare candidate(s) for assessment against standards
Quality assure assessment
Design and evaluate assessment materials
Use, install and disestablish temporary proprietary height safety systems when working at height
Use a truck loader crane to lift and place loads
Demonstrate knowledge and skills for driving on a road for endorsement W (wheels)
Demonstrate knowledge and skills for driving on a road for endorsement R (rollers)
Demonstrate knowledge and skills for driving on a road for endorsement T (tracks)
Demonstrate and apply knowledge of law and practice for the transport of Dangerous Goods by road
Demonstrate and apply knowledge of safe manual handling practices in the workplace
Operate a rigid vehicle to meet the requirements for a full Class 2 driver licence
Operate a rigid vehicle to meet the requirements for a full Class 4 driver licence
Operate a combination vehicle to meet the requirements for a full Class 5 driver licence
Apply for accept and carry out work according to a work permit in the workplace
Issue worksite specific work permits
Demonstrate knowledge of the prevention and management of Discomfort, Pain and Injury (DPI) in the workplace
Identify the causes of back injury and methods to prevent back injuries in the workplace.
Apply safe work practices in the workplace
Explain health and safety management requirements for contractors working on site
Demonstrate knowledge of safety observer responsibilities in the workplace
Plan a confined space entry
Explain Safe Work Practices for Working at Height
Produce an occupational health and safety incident investigation
Apply hazard identification and risk assessment procedures in the workplace
Carry out a pre-start vehicle check on a vehicle or machine, and start and shut down the vehicle or machine
Demonstrate knowledge of safe night driving
Demonstrate light knowledge of operating a four wheel drive (4WD) vehicle. In an off road environment.
Operate a light four wheel drive (4WD) vehicle in an off road environment.
Demonstrate knowledge of fire and emergency warden duties in the workplace
Use a forklift mounted safety platform in the workplace
Demonstrate knowledge of hazards associated with confined space
Demonstrate knowledge and skills for driving a forklift on a road endorsement F (forklifts)
Describe the legal requirements and occupational hazards associated with tractor use
Undertake Job Safety Analysis
Operate a Mower for Agricultural Contracting Assessment of this unit standard must be based on evidence from a workplace context.
Use and maintain scaffolding hand and portable power tools
Store and handle workplace chemicals
Use safety harness system when working at height
Conduct a safety inspection of scaffolding before use
Develop a safety plan to manage risks when individuals are working at height and fall prevention strategies are required