The enrolments for the Rigging Recognition of Current Competency (RCC) Level 5 programme are now open for those with experience in rigging who would like to apply for a formal qualification.
What is RCC?
An RCC allows you to get official recognition and qualifications for the skills and experience you already have. This may be experience from working on the job, or from overseas rigging qualifications. Whatever your level of experience, there’s a pathway you can work through to stay at the top of your game.
Who’s it for?
The New Zealand Certificate in Rigging (Level 5) recognises advanced rigging skills and knowledge. You will be competent to plan, prepare documentation and control complex rigging. This qualification is the third step in the New Zealand load-lifting rigging qualification pathway. It is suitable for people who have gained the New Zealand Certificate in Rigging (Level 4) with optional strands in Construction Rigging.
How does the RCC process work?
All you need to do is send in a portfolio showing your experience and/or overseas qualifications. If these are deemed satisfactory, you’ll be required to sit an assessment. Based on your results, you’ll either be awarded the qualification or made aware of the areas that need a bit more work. If you have any questions along the way, we’re here to help.
Get your years of hard work and experience backed by a nationally recognised qualification.
Click here to start the process today.