RIIWHS202E Enter and work in confined spaces

Course Description

This course covers the skills and knowledge required to enter and work in confined spaces in the Resources and Infrastructure Industries. This course is appropriate for those working in operational roles undertaking work in confined spaces.

This is the full, 2-day variant of this course. For the refresher versionclick here.

Enrol in an upcoming course

To make a booking, simply find a suitable date and then select “Enrolment” then select either “Enrol an Individual” to enrol a single learner, or “Enrol a Group” to enrol multiple individuals within the same booking.

12/10/2023 + 19/10/2023 – 7:30am – Enrolment – Course 1567

Can’t find a suitable date?
Call us on 13 70 80 and we’ll do our best to accommodate your training needs.

National Accreditation

This is a Nationally Accredited course.  Accreditation means that the course has been assessed by a VET regulator and is compliant with the Standards for VET-accredited courses. This course has been assessed by ASQA as compliant with the Standards for VET Accredited Courses 2012 and the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF).

Course Outcomes

In this course you will learn about:

  • Planning out confined spaces work. 
  • Confined spaces entry permits. 
  • Choosing and checking safety equipment. 
  • Preparing and working safely in a confined space. 
  • Exiting the confined space and finishing the work. 

Upon successful completion of this course, the learner will receive a Statement of Attainment.

Course Assessments

Competency is obtained through both theory and practical assessments. The practical assessment requires you to demonstrate the skills required to be deemed competent. The theory assessment will be undertaken in written form.

If you feel you will be disadvantaged by undertaking a written assessment, please discuss it with your trainer/assessor prior to the beginning of the time for the theory assessment.

Admission & Attendance

All attendees MUST have a USI (Unique Student Identifier). We are unable to issue a credential unless a valid USI has been provided.

Please click here to apply for a USI prior to the course or be prepared to apply for one on the day (in which case a Driving License and Medicare Card are required).

The duration for this course is 16 hours split into 2 x 8 hours sessions (1 week apart).
There is a 15-minute break for morning or afternoon tea and a 30-minute break for lunch (light lunch is included in the cost).

A worker, clutching a hammer, about to climb down a into an underground pipe.

About this Course

Cost (after rebate):$135*
*You may be eligible to receive a 41% discount off your course fees through TFA Funding.
Location:Fyshwick, ACT
Delivered on-site?Yes – by request
Duration:2 x 8 Hours
Trainer:Michael Mills
Maximum Places:12 per course
Delivered and Assessed in:English*
*It is a requirement that learners understand both basic written and spoken English to complete this course. If you are unable to read and write in the English language you may consult the professional services of an accredited translator – costs are at the learners expense.