Enter and Work in Confined Spaces Training
QUALIFICATION/UOC CODE AND TITLE
RIIWHS202E Enter and work in confined spaces Current
Qualification Description - Enter and Work in Confined Spaces Training
This nationally recognised “Enter and Work in Confined Spaces Training” course gives trainees the necessary skills and knowledge to safely and efficiently work in or around confined spaces. Confined spaces are commonly found in tanks, ducts, flues, chimneys, containers or other similar enclosed or partially enclosed structures. They pose dangers because they are usually not designed to be areas where people work.
- Perform inspection on height safety equipment
- Wear and maintain height safety equipment
- Select a suitable anchorage point and how to safety use it
- Install and use fall arrest and fall restraint system
- Store and care for necessary equipment
- Identify appropriate rescue procedures
- Understand legislation, Australian Standards and Codes of Practice relevant to working and being safe at various heights and fall prevention equipment
What is credit transfer?
Credit transfer is an administrative process, where a training provider recognises and accepts Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) qualifications and statements of attainment issued by another registered training organisation (RTO).
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RPL is the acknowledgement of a person's skills and knowledge acquired through previous relevant training, work or life experience, which may be used to grant status or credit in a subject or a whole program (qualification).
What is competency-based training?
Competency-based training is a method of training that focuses on a learner’s ability to receive, respond to and process information in order to achieve competency. It is geared to the attainment and demonstration of skills to meet industry-defined standards, rather than to a learner’s achievement relative to that of others.
What is competency-based assessment?
Competency-based assessment is the process of collecting evidence and making judgements about whether a person has achieved competency. It is sometimes termed a criterion-referenced process, because it involves people being assessed against fixed criteria or pre-determined benchmarks – such as those expressed in units of competency.