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 Changes to High Risk Licence Training and Assessment procedures

On 1 September 2009 changes were introduced to the way you are trained and assessed for a high risk licence. These changes move NSW in line with national standards and codes and remove red tape for those who work across state or territory borders.
If you do certain types of high risk work such as dogging, rigging, scaffolding, or operating forklifts, cranes or hoists you also need a license from WorkCover.
Previously, a WorkCover-accredited assessor would have assessed you for a national certificate of competency (NCOC).
Under the new system, RTOs manage all of the training and assessment for high risk work licenses.
The new card is called a National license to perform high risk work, and is recognised by all states and territories.
Current NCOCs are now recognised nationally, but will be replaced with the new card at their five-year renewal date.
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