License to operate Basic & Advanced Boiler and Steam Turbine - training & assessment services
Background to High Risk Work licenses
Pressure equipment operation is classed as High Risk Work (HRW). A license to perform HRW is part of a national system which authorises individuals to carry out particular classes of work including boiler and turbine operation. The HRW licence has been incorporated into each State’s law via their respective WHS Regulations.
To obtain a HRW licence, a person must be trained in accordance with the applicable Unit of Competency by an RTO and then be assessed as competent against the applicable national assessment instrument (NAI) by an Assessor who is accredited by the Work Health and Safety regulator under the WHS Regulations.
Boiler and Turbine training & assessment
Thomson Bridge offers training and assessment for the following Units of Competency:
MSMBLIC001 License to operate a standard boiler
MSMBLIC002 License to operate an advanced boiler
UEPOPL001A License to operate a steam turbine
Our Training programs are designed to ensure that participants have the skills and knowledge required to operate your equipment at your organisation. Operation includes start up, handover, monitoring, shut down and storage.
Assessment is carried out through formal classroom assessment and the accumulation of practical experience via a log book and training plan.
At the completion of the theory and practical components of the Unit of Competency, our HRL Assessor will:
- review Candidate’s evidence they have recorded to demonstrate they have the required knowledge and experience to satisfy the requirements of the Unit; and
- undertake an assessment of the Candidate, in accordance with the National HRL assessment guideline and the Unit of Competency.