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High Risk EWP Ticket Training Melbourne (over 11m)

High risk EWP ticket training includes the training of the elevating work platform with a minimum boom length of 11 metres. 


Nationally recognised high risk elevating work platform (EWP) training in Melbourne. 


Participants can apply for the High Risk Work Licence (WP class) from WorkSafe VIC upon training completion*.

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High risk elevating work platform (EWP) ticket training is for those who need to operate an EWP with a boom length of 11 metres or more. It is also known as high risk EWP training, high risk EWP ticket course or high risk EWP operator licence course.


Origin Institute's EWP ticket training supports workers in construction and many other industry sectors in safe and effective operation of electrical, hydraulic and mechanical EWPs.


Origin Institute's EWP ticket training is nationally recognised. Once completed, you can apply for High Risk Work Licence (WP Class) in Victoria*.


*Additional high risk work licence application requirements may be imposed by the WorkSafe Victoria. Learn more...


High Risk EWP Ticket (Over 11m) Training Duration:

  • 2 Days or 16 Hours


High Risk EWP Ticket (Over 11m) Training Location:

  • Cranbourne | Clyde North


Unit of Competency for High Risk EWP Ticket (Over 11m) Training:

TLILIC0005 - Licence to operate a boom-type elevating work platform (boom length 11 metres or more)


High Risk EWP Ticket (Over 11m) Training Enrolment Procedure:

  1. Complete booking online,

  2. Sign up for the Online Learning Platform (OLP) account from the confirmation email,

  3. Complete the enrolment form, ID upload and learning competency assessment in OLP,

  4. Complete online theory learning as much as possible before your class,

  5. Attend your class.


How to receive your High Risk Work Licence (WP Class):

  1. Complete the high risk EWP ticket training with Origin Institute,

  2. Receive a digital Statement of Attainment (SoA) from Origin Institute on the same day of course completion.

  3. Apply for the High Risk Work Licence (WP Class) from WorkSafe Victoria's application portal. An additional application fee applies.


High Risk EWP Ticket (Over 11m) Training for International Students:

Origin Institute is a CRICOS provider. Our EWP ticket training accepts international students as well. You must have a valid visa to enroll in this course. Origin Institute will conduct a VEVO check for all international students.

High Risk EWP Ticket (Over 11m) Entry Requirements

  • Has a valid photo ID,

  • Has rights to study or work in Australia, and

  • Minimum 18 years of age.

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  • the qualification must be the same as the one we are offering,

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  • the EWP ticket training must be the same starting date, delivery mode and location, and

  • discounts must be applied before you have completed the payment.

High Risk EWP Ticket Training Frequently Asked Questions

Can I start working immediately after the completion of the high risk EWP training?

Upon the completion of the high risk EWP training, you can apply for a high risk work licence (WP class) from WorkSafe Victoria. If the application is successful, you will receive a temporary license to start working.


How to apply for the EWP high risk work licence?

Upon the completion of the high risk EWP training, you can apply for a high risk work licence (WP class) from WorkSafe Victoria’s website. If the application is successful, you will receive a high risk work licence card.


Does my high risk work licence have an expiry date?

Your high risk work licence is valid for 5 years. You must not carry out high risk work until your licence has been renewed. WorkSafe Victoria issues a renewal notice by post 90 days prior to the expiry date shown on your licence.


You can apply to renew your licence within 12 months of the licence expiry date. If your licence has expired for more than 12 months, you need proof of exceptional circumstances that prevented you from submitting your renewal application.

Learn more of the high risk work licence renewal from here.


Do I receive a physical EWP card after course completion?

After the completion of training, Origin Institute will issue a Statement of Attainment (SoA) to you and notify the WorkSafe Victoria of your training completion. Then you can apply for the high risk work licence from the WorkSafe Victoria’s website in order to receive your physical high risk work licence.


How long does it take to get my EWP high risk work licence?

It usually takes around 2-3 weeks after the application is submitted successfully. If the delivery takes more than 3 weeks, please contact WorkSafe Victoria by calling 1800 136 089 for help.


What will I complete during the high risk EWP training?

You will complete the following things for this training:

  1. Pre-training study (this is completed before your class),

  2. Attend the class,

  3. Complete theory and practical assessments, and

  4. Complete National Assessment Instruction


Do I need to approach an external EWP industry body to get a separate EWP card?

No, the high risk work licence training must be done from a WorkSafe Victoria accredited RTO. Once complete your course successfully, you can apply for the high risk work licence from WorkSafe Victoria.


How many types of EWPs are covered in this training?

You will learn how to use elevating work platform with a boom length over 11 metres. An electrical knuckle boom will be used during your training.


What if I lost my EWP high risk work licence?

Please contact WorkSafe Victoria by calling 1800 136 089 for help.


Do I need a White Card to operate EWP?

It depends on your job. If you use EWP in a construction site, then you may also need a White Card. If you want to book a White Card course, click here.


Does an EWP ticket/licence (over 11m) cover working at height?

An EWP Ticket applies to the operation of elevated work platforms over 11m in height. This is different from the type of ticket required for working safely at heights.


Do you have an EWP ticket training for under 11 metres?

Yes, if you want to book a under 11 metres course, please click here.


What do I need to bring with me to the EWP over 11 metres training class?

Please bring your own laptop or tablet for assessment submission. We also require students to wear closed in shoes during the training session. Please note that during winter months the temperatures within our warehouse can be low, please come with sufficient warm clothing on cold weather days.


Do I need to complete the theory assessment before attending an EWP ticket training class?

Yes, please complete as much as you can before attending the class. Our trainer will also go through all theory assessments in the class.


What do I learn from the EWP ticket training course?

The elevated work platform (EWP ticket) training course includes but not limited to the following learning outcomes:

  • Plan and prepare for a job where an EWP is required,

  • Conduct routine checks of EWP,

  • Locate the EWP in place for a job,

  • Elevate EWP to work location,

  • Lower EWP and shut down,

  • Clean up.

Our Happy Students

WorkSafe Victoria fully accredited high risk work licence training (WP class)!

By completing this EWP over 11 metres of training from Origin Institute, means you can apply for the high risk work licence from WorkSafe Victoria.

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