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What is an EWP Ticket or Yellow Card Training

Updated: Jun 14, 2023

What is an EWP Ticket or Yellow Card Training?

Many people need to use elevated work platforms to carry out some jobs and tasks in their workplace. In Australia, all workers need to complete EWP ticket training in order to meet the safety standards required by Work Health and Safety (WHS), Occupational Health and Safety (OHS), and the Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) Acts and Regulations.


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

Once completed, your Statement of Attainment is recognised and accepted throughout Australia and allows you to operate Scissor Lift (SL), Vertical Lift (VL), and Boom Lift (BL) under 11 metres.


What are the advantages of attending EWP ticket training from a nationally recognised program?

  1. it is recognised by Work Health and Safety (WHS), Occupational Health and Safety (OHS), and the Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) Acts and Regulations,

  2. it is nationally recognised,

  3. the Statement of Attainment (SoA) for EWP training issued by the RTO is valid lifetime,

  4. your training outcome is registered with the National Training Registrar (a government body), and

  5. training is delivered under the Vocational Education and Training (VET) Framework.


What is the correct training outcome/evidence I should keep?

Origin Institute recommends everyone, who needs to use EWP in their workplace, to complete the EWP ticket training from a nationally recognised training program. Once the EWP ticket training is completed, a Statement of Attainment will be issued to the student and the training outcome will be reported to the National Training Registrar every year.


You should always keep the Statement of Attainment with you, no matter if it is a printed or digital copy.


Is my Statement of Attainment legitimate evidence of EWP ticket training?

The statement of attainment for EWP ticket training is always recognised by Work Health and Safety (WHS), Occupational Health and Safety (OHS), and the Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) Acts and Regulations.


According to Safe Work Australia's Guideline (pages 15-16), EWP operators should demonstrate they are adequately trained by holding a Statement of Attainment or other nationally recognised qualification.


Also according to WorkSafe Victoria's Industry Standards (page 14), Training should comprise of structured, nationally recognised training that includes assessments overseen by a suitably trained assessor to ensure that the operator has achieved the required level of competency.


What does Origin Institute's EWP ticket training cover?

The EWP ticket training covers the following sectors of learning:

  • 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.


The Origin Institute's EWP ticket will cover the operation of:

  1. scissor lift,

  2. vertical lift, and

  3. boom lift under 11 metres.


How can I get this training done?

You can book the EWP ticket training from Origin Institute's website by using the link below.




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