Scaffold Intermediate


COURSE FEE : $875.00

CPCCLSF3001 - Licence to erect, alter and dismantle scaffolding intermediate level


The following information contains the terms and conditions for course commencement. A

candidate’s enrolment at Breight Education is considered to be an agreement with the terms and

conditions of enrolment. This course brochure is to be read in conjunction with the student’s handbook. You are required to provide Breight Education with your USI# (Unique Student Identifier Number)

at the time of enrolment.

DURATION10 days (8.00 am to 4.00 pm)

Participants must have a basic level of understanding with math and English. You will be required to pass a simple Language, Literacy and Numeracy test before commencing this course. Participants must be physically able to:

·Undertake manual handling tasks

·Working at heights

·Participants must be a minimum of 18 years of age.

ATTENDEESThis course is designed for participants that are currently employed within the scaffold industry and looking to improve their existing skills, across the construction, mining and oil & gas sectors.
CAREER OPPORTUNITIESCourse completion may lead to employment in the Scaffolding industry, across the construction, mining and oil & gas sectors. On completion of the unit participants may undertake further studies in scaffolding.

To give the attendees such knowledge and skills to enable them to

erect, alter and dismantle scaffolding structures of an intermediate

complexity in the traditional tube and fitting and common system



·CPCCLSF3001 – Licence to erect, alter and dismantle

·Scaffolding intermediate level

·Australian Statutory Regulations and Codes of Practice

·AS/NZ 1576 & 4576 Guidelines

·Safe Handling and Inspection of Materials (Manual Handling)

·Preventing Falls in Scaffolding

·Assessing Material Requirements for Intermediate Scaffolds

·Erect and Dismantle Intermediate Scaffolds:

·Barrow Ramps

·Bird Cage

·Cantilevered Scaffold

·Cantilevered Crane Loading Platform

·Mast Climbers

·Interpret Simple Drawings

·Practical Assessments

·Knowledge Assessments Scaff tagging and Inspection

COURSE DELIVERYThis course will be delivered in our Training Facility at 1 Eyre Street, Rivervale, with practical assessments delivered at the same premises – this assessment is delivered over a period of several days. Additional time may be required where a student requires additional skill development training.




Each individual will be required to complete this Nationally Recognised Unit of Competency CPCCLSF3001 – Licence to erect, alter and dismantle scaffolding intermediate level these include:

·Knowledge Assessment


·Practical/ performance assessment

 A Student cannot be deemed competent unless they are able to demonstrate competency in all assessments. Each candidate has a maximum of two additional opportunities to demonstrate competency without additional fees applying.
 Breight Education provides appropriate learner support to all students through its assessment delivery, applying reasonable adjustment to assessment where the student experiences learning difficulties. All reasonable adjustments are carried out in a manner which maintains the integrity of the unit of competency
NATIONAL RECOGNITIONBreight Education recognises AQF qualifications and statements of attainment issued by any Registered Training Organisation in Australia.

RPL is a form of assessment that acknowledges skills and knowledge gained through:

·Formal training conducted by industry or education;

·Work experience; and/ or

·Life experience.

 The main principle of RPL focuses on the outcomes of learning, rather than when or where the learning occurred. Evidence of competency is collected by the student and submitted to the nominated Assessor, and an assessment is made based on the required industry standard within the relevant training package unit of competency.
 If you believe this may apply to you for any part of the course, then you should request an application kit during the enrolment process.
 RPL fees are available on request.
COURSE PAYMENTBreight Education does not receive total fees in excess of $1500 in advance of the course delivery.
 The initial $400 Course Deposit is payable by electronic funds transfer, direct deposit , Cash or credit card prior to course commencement . Breight Education will only enroll students who have paid the required initial $400 deposit of course in advance.
 The balance of the remaining fees is payable prior to course commencement.
 These course fees do not include the cost of the High Risk Work License issued by WorkSafe.
 Certification will not be issued where course fees have not been paid in full.
 Course Fees & additional services

Course cost – $875.00

Certificate Reprint – $75.00

Refund process fee – 100.00

 Please note that VET FEE HELP is not available through Breight Education, but please contact us if you’d like to discuss other payment options.



TOOLING AND DRESS STANDARDIt is very important that individuals have access to the correct tools and safety clothing.

·Breight Education will supply all candidates with Tools for the duration of the course only (Tools are on sale at the Facility if needed (please see Office Administrator for pricing)

·Students are required to provide the following day one of the course

·Long Sleeved HiVis shirt and Trousers/Overalls essential along with Steel Toe Cap work boots.

·High Risk Licence required if you have already completed a Nationally Accredited Scaffolding course

SERVICE QUALITY COMMITMENTBreight Education is responsible for the quality of the training and assessment in compliance with the Standards for RTOs 2015, and for the issuance of the AQF certification documentation.
 When the student has commenced the assessment service in their chosen unit of competency, Breight Education is committed to completing the delivery of the assessment within the agreed duration and will further negotiate the timing for completion of the assessment. If a student is unable to complete the course due to illness or extenuating circumstances.
 Once a Student has commenced a module or course, no refund is available if the Student elects not to complete the course or module and/ or submit an assessment for marking. A refund will only be applied if a Candidate is able to provide evidence of “exceptional circumstance” in which they would be unable to complete a course of study.
 Candidates wishing to cancel from a module/ course must submit an Application to Defer or Cancel Form to the Breight Education Director for consideration. The Application to Defer or Cancel Form is available from Breight Education Administration on request.
 Grounds for Refunds (Exceptional Circumstances)

Candidates who cancel from a course will only be eligible for a refund in the following circumstances:

·Breight Education withdraws the course; or

·Terminal illness (or injury) to the Student, which makes it impossible for the Student to complete the program. Such applications must be supported by appropriate medical documentation.


Examples of circumstances in which a refund will not be granted for cancellation from a module/program:

·Change of mind;

·Change of employment or working hours; or

·Domestic relocation

·Financial hardship; or

·Retrenchment (a deferral may be granted).

·Any other reason a Candidate submits as grounds for cancellation will be assessed by the Breight Education Directors on a case-by-case basis.

 If a Student experiences exceptional circumstances but does not wish to cancel from a module or course, they may apply to defer their studies to a later date. The standard deferral period is a maximum of six (6) months from the original start date. Students are entitled to a maximum of one deferral per course. Any extensions to the standard deferral period will be assessed by the Breight Education Directors on a case by case basis. Candidates who receive a deferral for a module or course but then fail to attend on the revised due date will be charged the full course fee.



 Payment of Refunds
 Candidates who have been granted a refund due to exceptional circumstances will receive the full purchase amount, less a $100 administration processing course enrolled (unless otherwise advised explicitly by Breight Education), within 15 working days from approval of their refund. Refunds will not be paid until any and all training materials has been returned back to Breight Education via certified mail.
 Refunds agreed by Breight Education will only be paid to the person or body (on behalf of the Student) from who the original payment was received. Where payment was made by credit card, refunds can only be made back to the credit card used in the original transaction.
COMPLAINTS AND APPEALSThe complaints and appeals policy of Breight Education provides an avenue for students to address their complaints and appeals to Breight Education Management, and have them dealt with in a constructive and timely manner. Students have access to an Informal Complaints Handling Procedure where a complaint can be discussed directly with a staff member in the hope of resolving the matter satisfactorily. Students will also be able to access a Formal Complaint and Appeals procedure and also, if need be, submit an appeal to an independent adjudicator, who is selected with the agreement of the student.
 Should you have a Formal complaint or an appeal you will need to submit the complaint or appeal in writing to Breight Education Management. (Please refer to the Complaint and Appeals Request, available at Breight Education Reception)
CERTIFICATIONSuccessful delegates will receive a notice of assessment on the day of completion, a high risk work license from work safe within 60 days (cost for High Risk Work Licence is not inclusive in course cost) and a Unit of Competency certificate issued by Breight Education within 14 days.


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