EWPA Yellow Card Licence in Sydney
Our standard course includes 3 modules, Scissor lift (no height restriction, vertical lift (no height restriction) and boom lifts (restricted to 11 metres), boom lift over 11 metres is covered by the High Risk Work License (WP). On successful completion of the course, trainees receive an automated email from the EWPA stating that they have passed the course and their license number. This can be used as proof of attainment while waiting for the Yellow Card to be printed. Cards are typically received within to 3 weeks.
Features of our EWP licence training courses :
- We accept last-minute bookings
- We are EWPA Accredited
- We cover 3 modules, scissor, boom and vertical lift
- We start early and finish early
- We have a course guarantee
- You will have access to multiple EWP pieces of equipment
- You will have an Industry Experienced trainer
- We are competitively priced with flexible payment terms
- Fast and easy registration over the phone – call 0415 976 657 or send a text now
EWPA Course Modules
No height restrictions.
The Scissor Lift is the most commonly used EWP worldwide. Successful completion of the Scissor Lift module enables trainees to operate scissor lifts with no height restrictions. This includes all scissor lift types such as electric slab or 4WD Rough Terrain diesel scissors.
11 metre height restriction.
The Boom Lift is required when access issues such as garden beds and awnings etc require a machine with reach. Successful completion of the Boom Lift model enables trainees to operate boom lifts restricted to 11 metres (platform height). This includes electric slab booms and 4WD diesel Booms.
No height restrictions.
The Vertical Lift (sometimes referred to as a man-lift) operates in much the same way as a Scissor Lift. The differences being the lifting mechanism and generally, they are smaller and lighter than scissor lifts, making them ideal for indoor use. They are ideal for multi-story fit-outs as they can safely fit in most passenger elevators and are very maneuverable. Successful completion of the Vertical Lift module enables trainees to operate vertical lifts with no height restrictions. This includes mast and push-around models.
EWPA Course Information
Number of trainees in a course
There are no minimum course size for courses held Monday – Friday. If we take your booking, the course will be held. That’s our course guarantee, you won’t be receiving a call the night before the course advising of its cancellation due to minimum numbers not being met. Courses run on Saturday by arrangement. Courses are limited to a maximum of 10 trainees.
Courses are run weekdays and Saturdays by arrangement. Courses commence at 6.30am and depending on class size, concludes around midday.
Sydney EWP Course Location
Training for Higher courses are held at Australian Boom and Scissors Access Hire Yard. This differentiates us from other Yellow Card courses held at RTO’s who have limited machines and in some cases not all types. Access to multiple machines ensures that trainees spend more time on the EWPs, and less time watching other trainees on the machines. For this reason, our courses are generally of a shorter duration.
Australian Boom and Scissors
3 Lennox Place
Wetherill Park NSW 2164
Onsite EWP training courses at your premises
We are happy to travel to the client’s premises provided the minimum requirements to run a course are met, contact us for details.
Other Yellow Card modules
The Yellow Card has 2 other modules covering Trailer Lifts (TL) and Truck Mounts (TM). These can be added by arrangement.
We accept credit cards, cash or EFT.
Minimum requirements for trainees
At a minimum, trainees must be able to speak English and understand instructions. On the day of training, please bring photo ID, such as a drivers license or passport and sturdy shoes, steel capped if you have them.