Duration:

2 Days training initially with a final day of assessment after 20 hours practice

Brief Description:

A course designed to focus on Quad Bike use and safety for regular users of Quad’s in farming, spraying, and construction and compliance areas.

Course Details:

Quad bike skills, knowledge and safety for flat and hill country, with trailed equipment and mounted equipment.

Required Numbers:

Maximum of 10 participants

Unit Standards Gained:

Unit Standards Descriptors Level Credits
24554 Ride a Quad Bike on flat terrain in the workplace 2 4
24557 Demonstrate knowledge of the safe operation of a Quad Bike 2 3
24559 Ride a Quad Bike on hilly terrain 3 4
24561 Ride a Quad Bike with trailed equipment 3 4
24563 Ride a Quad Bike with mounted equipment or a load 3 3

Quad Bike Safety Refresher

Land Based Training offers a prior experience Quad Bike Safety Refresher Course covering all the WorkSafe New Zealand Assessment Guidelines.   This course will enable your staff to fully understand the safety requirements of operating a Quad on your property.

Duration:

1 Days

Required Numbers:

Minimum of 8 participants per course

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Duration:

2 Days

Brief Description:

A course designed to focus on tractor use and safety for regular users of tractors in Farming, Civil Construction and Open Spaces.

Course Details:

Check and drive a basic wheel tractor on flat terrain, and describe the legal requirements and occupational hazards associated with tractor use. Attaching and pulling an attached implement

Required Numbers:

Maximum 10 participants

Unit Standards Gained:

Unit Standards Descriptors Level Credits
19044 Describe the legal requirements and occupational hazards associated with tractor use 2 3
24552 Check and drive a basic wheel tractor with an attached implement on flat terrain 2 5

Tractor Safety Refresher

Land Based Training offers a prior experience Tractor Safety Refresher Course covering all the WorkSafe New Zealand Assessment Guidelines.   This course will enable your staff to fully understand the safety requirements of operating a Tractor on your property.

Duration:

1 Day

Required Numbers:

Minimum of 8 participants per course

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Duration:

2 Days training initially with a final day of assessment after 20 hours practice

Brief Description:

A course designed to focus on Light Utility Vehicle (LUV) use and safety for regular users of LUV’s in farming, spraying, and construction and compliance areas.

Course Details:

LUV skills, knowledge and safety for flat and hill country, with trailed equipment and mounted equipment.

Required Numbers:

Maximum of 10 participants

Unit Standards Gained:

Unit Standards Descriptors Level Credits
24553 Drive a Light Utility Vehicle (LUV) on flat terrain 2 4
24556 Demonstrate knowledge of the safe operation of a Light Utility Vehicle (LUV) 2 3
24558 Drive a Light Utility Vehicle (LUV) on hilly terrain 3 4
24560 Drive a Light Utility Vehicle (LUV) with trailed equipment 3 3
24562 Drive a Light Utility Vehicle (LUV) with mounted equipment or a load 3 3

LUV Safety Refresher

Land Based Training offers a prior experience LUV Safety Refresher Course covering all the WorkSafe New Zealand Assessment Guidelines. This course will enable your staff to fully understand the safety requirements of operating a LUV on your property.

Duration:

1 Day

Required Numbers:

Minimum of 8 participants per course

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Duration:

2 Days

Brief Description:

Designed by the industry and very practical. Demonstrate knowledge of 4WD operation including operation of a 4WD on and off road.

Course Details:

Theory and practical training which covers, controls, pre & post trip inspections, hill stall procedures, water crossings, mud and sand, ascents and descents and basic 4WD recovery.

  • Trainee must have their full Class 1 Licence
  • Supply own 4WD

Required Numbers:

8 minimum, 10 maximum

Unit Standards Gained:

Unit Standards Descriptors Level Credits
17976 Demonstrate knowledge of operating a light four wheel drive (4WD) vehicle in an off-road environment 3 4
17978 Operate a light four wheel drive (4WD) vehicle in an off-road environment 3 4
20848 Demonstrate knowledge of and skills for driving a light four wheel drive (4WD) vehicle on-road 3 4
17676 Carry out a pre-drive vehicle check on a light motor vehicle, and start and shut down the vehicle. 2 3
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Duration:

2 Days

Brief Description:

A 2 day contact course, designed for industry use. A very practical course, training people in the safe use of chainsaws.

Course Details:

Content includes:

  • The factors and hazards in the use of chainsaws
  • Maintaining chainsaws
  • Demonstrate knowledge of use
  • Personal safety whilst using chainsaws

Participants will need steel-capped footwear and sturdy clothing

Required Numbers:

Maximum of 8 participants

Unit Standards Gained:

Unit Standards Descriptors Level Credits
29297 Operate and maintain a chainsaw in a land-based context 3 8
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TTM Worker

Duration:

1 Day

Brief Description:

This is a new position in the Traffic control system and is assessed with 2-unit standards.

Course Details:

Training involves about a 2-hour classroom session completing the theory unit standard.

Then a practical session to learn to put up signs safely and layout a taper and threshold for a stop-go worksite setup. On completion of this training, we then go onto the road to complete a practical assessment to assess that the trainee is competent to do this for a worksite.

One day course duration 8.30 to 5.00

Required Numbers:

Maximum of 10 participants

Unit Standards Gained:

Unit Standards Descriptors Level Credits
31957 Demonstrate knowledge of working safely as a general worker on a worksite under temporary traffic management  2 3
31958 Explain the role of and operate as a TTM worker on the worksite under temporary traffic management  3 5

TMO (Traffic Control Operative)

Duration:

1 Day plus a practical assessment at a later date

Brief Description:

This position replaces the TC position and again is assessed with unit standards 31959 Theory and 39560 practical.

Course Details:

The qualification is gained by attending a full day (8.30 to 5.00) classroom course and then at a later date complete an onsite practical setup assessment which involves off lane work only. (footpath and shoulder closures)

Once qualified this person will be able to setup and look after shoulder (off lane) and footpath traffic control only. The TMQ can also be a site minder for on lane traffic control while the STMS is off site for short periods of time. (inspections or break periods)

Required Numbers:

Maximum of 10 participants

Unit Standards Gained:

Unit Standards Descriptors Level Credits
 31959 Demonstrate knowledge of stakeholders and operational requirements for temporary traffic management  3 5
 31960 Maintain the TTM worksite, install and remove a worksite, and undertake an inspection activity 3 10
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Duration:

2 Days of classroom with a practical at a later date for the specific categories

Brief Description:

The old STMS training was able to cover all categories for Level 1 and then with further training to Level 2/3 Non Practising and then to have a practical assessment to become level 2/3 Practising. This has now been changed and the new training is outlined below.

Course Details:

STMS U (Site Traffic Management Specialist Universal)

This position is the theory qualification for the STMS before going to do the level of qualification chosen being CAT A, CAT B, or CAT C level of STMS – at Land Based Training we only offer CAT A and CAT B training.

STMS CAT A

The STMS with this qualification will only be able to be an STMS on a category A road which is a road with only two lanes with a speed of less than 60kmh.

STMS CAT B

The STMS with this qualification will only be able to be an STMS on Category B roads which is a road which will haveonly 2 lanes and a speed of over 70kmph.

Required Numbers:

Maximum of 10 participants

Unit Standards Gained:

Unit Standards Descriptors Level Credits
31961 Explain the requirements for the worksite under temporary traffic management 3 5
31962 Explain the requirements for the worksite under temporary traffic management for a road environment as defined in CoPTTM 3 5
31963 Operate as a practising Site Traffic Management Supervisor (STMS) within a road environment as defined in CoPTTM 3 20

STMS Refresher

All STMS categories can be refreshed in a one day in Classroom course completing section tests and the appropriate CAT practical assessments

Duration:

1 Day

Required Numbers:

Maximum of 10 participants per course

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Duration:

2 Days per unit standard

Brief Description:

Our Job Safe Certificates give both theory and practical application to workplace safety.  Participants are able to: identify and describe legislative rights and responsibilities for workplace health and safety; describe the systems approach to workplace health and safety; and explain how hazards are defined in the Health and Safety at Work Act 2015 (HSWA). – Followed by a practical assessment including reporting to senior management.

Course Details:

Introductory Certificate – Unit Standards – 497 and 17593

Advanced Certificate – Unit Standards – 497, 17593 and 17602

Required Numbers:

Minimum 8 participants

Unit Standards Gained:

Unit Standards Descriptors Level Credits
497 Demonstrate knowledge of workplace health and safety requirements 1 3
17593 Apply safe work practices in the workplace 2 4
17602 Apply hazard identification and risk assessment procedures in the workplace 3 4

Please Note: Work is required outside of the 2 day course before unit is achieved.

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Duration:

1 and a half Days

Brief Description:

This course has both theory and practical elements to it.

Course Details:

Participants will learn the basic practices that result in safe food handling. They will be shown how to maintain effective personal hygiene when working with food as per their establishment requirements. How to prevent cross contamination in a food business; and measure, record, and act on temperature of high risk food, that are in the danger zone. They will be able to prepare, serve, and store food hygienically and safely.

Required Numbers:

Minimum of 10 participants

Unit Standards Gained:

Unit Standards Descriptors Level Credits
167 Practice food safety methods in a food business 2 4

A Food Handlers Certificate will also be issued from Service IQ.

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Land Based Training Transport Training Services (TTS) offer training to get your dangerous goods, HT and forklift licence.

The training offered by TTS is provided to a high standard and focuses on safety in a professional way.

The following public courses are conducted each month in Palmerston North and Whanganui:

  • Classes 2 – 5
  • Forklift (F) and Department of Labour (formerly known as “OSH”),
  • Dangerous Goods (D) and
  • Wheels (W), Tracks (T) and Roller (R) – in any combination

Company groups can be accommodated.

Training is also available for:

  • Pre-employment, Competency Assessments, In-Cab Assessments
  • Safe Driving Techniques (theory)
  • Driver Assessments
  • Company Audits

National Certificates and Limited Credit Programmes for Transport Industry Training can be tailored to suit requirements.

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