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Non-Slewing Articulated Crane Operator Unit Standard 24511

Course Aim
Trainees will be able to apply theory and skills in lifting and placing loads with a non-slewing articulated crane and analyze and evaluate processes, through practical experience.

This course is based on coaching and assessment only and is designed for trainees with experience in non-slewing articulated crane operation.

Combining a little theory and 3 practical assessments participants will demonstrate the following skills.

Course Overview
Theory and practical assessments covering the following: 

  • Configure and position a non-slewing articulated crane
  • Use of ropes, reeving, hook block, hook and rigging equipment for lifting regular loads
  • Lift and place regular loads
  • Prepare non-slewing articulated crane for road travel mode
  • Understand and complete documentation for crane travel


  • Evidence of 6 months experience in an environment where cranes are operating
  • Unit Standard 3789 Sling regular loads and communicate during crane operations

NZQA Unit Standard
Configure and position a non-slewing articulated crane, and lift and place regular and irregular loads - Level 4, Credits 15

Attendance Numbers: Minimum 3 - maximum 4 

Course Duration: Approx. 1 full day (course pre reading required)

Course Location: TBC

Course Costs: $600.00+gst per person

Mileage: $100.00+gst to Auckland, Hamilton & Tauranga and .95c+gst per km everywhere else

(Minimum number charges will be applied if minimum numbers are not met)

For more information, please refer to the trainee handbook or the student information section of our website.