Enter and work in confined spaces – RIIWHS202E
National training code: RIIWHS202E
Location: Hobart, Launceston and Burnie
Duration: 8 hours
Max participants: 10
SRTA Life & Rescue is a Registered Training Organisation RTO number 45278 registered with the Australian Skills Quality Authority.
SRTA Life & Rescue is proud to offer training in RIIWHS202E Enter and work in confined spaces.
This course provides learners with the skills and knowledge required to enter and work in confined spaces. This course is designed to meet the requirements from the Resources and Infrastructure Industries training package.
Learners will understand how to identify industry requirements, plan and prepare for working in a confined space. Additionally, learners will be able to work safely inside a confined space and then exit safely, including cleaning up their work area when the tasks are completed.
This course is essential for people who are required to enter and work in confined spaces in the course of their employment.
This course prepares learners to undertake the assessment to obtain a Statement of Attainment in RIIWHS202E Enter and work in confined spaces.
Mode of Delivery
Delivery of this course will be classroom based blended with practical activities.
The learner will be assessed by demonstrating procedures applicable to this unit. They will also be required to answer a number of written questions regarding their actions and theoretical application of knowledge. The assessment will also be part of a simulated activity set by the assessor.
This assessment must be conducted by an SRTA Life & Rescue assessor and must be completed in the workplace or in another environment that accurately simulates the workplace. The assessor is to actively set tasks for the learner and must observe these tasks being performed.
To standardise the application of this assessment, the assessment tasks (performance evidence) are based on those specified in the Unit of Competency, RIIWHS202E Enter and work in confined spaces and those of the RII Training Package. The assessor will use an assessment instrument mapped accordingly to the assessment requirements of this Unit of Competency. Assessors will apply an assessment procedure to ensure you are ready for the assessment and have the right resources and equipment to achieve the right standard.
- Identifying work requirements including WHS legislation
- Following company procedures
- Risk assessment and hazard control strategies
- Performing confined space work
- Utilising appropriate safety equipment
- Exiting the confined space safely
On successfully completing the training and assessment you will be issued a Statement of Attainment issuing you the unit of competence: RIIWHS202E Enter and work in confined spaces.
This unit of competence is nationally recognised and provides individuals with a valuable outcome that can be applied throughout Australia.
Course Commencement Dates
Courses dates and times do vary. View our Upcoming confined space training courses.
Training is delivered at:
6/18 Kennedy Drive – Cambridge – Hobart
2/18 Connector Park Drive – Kings Meadows Launceston
13 Wellington Street – Burnie
Learner training is supported through the provision of quality learning materials and resources.
On arriving, learners will complete any outstanding enrolment administration and then participate in group learning activities about the theory of entering and working in confined spaces.
After lunch we finish off our theory component and then put what is learnt into practice via our practical component. There is sufficient time over the day for additional one-on-one training for those requiring it.
At SRTA Life & Rescue we provide a friendly and supported environment to learn and achieve.
- There are no qualification pre-requisites for this course
- Learners must be aged 18 years or older
- Photo Identification is required to be sited prior to course commencement.
- Language, literacy and numeracy skills required to interpret legislative requirements and to undertake written and practical assessment activities.
- All course materials will be provided by SRTA Life & Rescue.
Learners must wear Safety toe work boots. Where a learner does not wear covered shoes they will not be able to participate in the course due to work health and safety concerns.
Fees and Charges
Please refer to the Schedule of Fees and Charges as it contains important information about related charges and our refund policy.
A learner’s position on the course will only be confirmed upon a completed enrolment form and the payment of your course cost. Numbers are limited, so confirmed enrolments will only be able to attend.
Duty Of Care
SRTA Life & Rescue adopts high standards in duty of care of its learners and instructors. SRTA Life & Rescue reserves the right to turn anyone away that seems to be under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
This action is to ensure that the learner and instructors safety is assured and that SRTA Life & Rescue maintains an accident free learning environment and complies with our duty of care responsibilities.
SRTA Life & Rescue is responsible for the quality and delivery of training and assessment and will be the organisation issuing any qualifications and statements of attainment to eligible learners.
For more information, or for a copy of the course brochure, please Contact SRTA Life & Rescue.