Recognition of Current Competency (RCC)

Have you got rigging experience and are keen to take on more responsibility, but don’t have the formal qualifications to get ahead? 

 

Or maybe you have overseas-qualifications and you’re looking to get them converted to the New Zealand equivalents to stay at the top of your game.

 

The RCC programme in rigging could be the solution you’ve been looking for. This programme is designed to recognise the skills and knowledge you’ve gained from hands-on experience in the industry, giving you a pathway to a New Zealand qualification in rigging.

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NZC in Rigging (Level 3) General

Who it's designed for

This qualification covers the ability to safely set up and control the movement of loads over distance, usually suspended, and operate a variety of hoisting devices and rigging equipment.

 

It’s the first step on the rigging pathway and covers the basics of rigging.

 

If you're interested in doing this qualification, download and complete the relevant form on the right. 

Qualification documentation

QUALIFICATION OVERVIEW A

For experienced riggers who hold a formal New Zealand qualification (full or part) in rigging.

 

QUALIFICATION OVERVIEW B

For experienced riggers who hold a formal overseas qualification (full or part) in rigging.

 

QUALIFICATION OVERVIEW C

For experienced riggers with no formal qualification in rigging.

NZC in Rigging (Level 4)

Who it's designed for

This qualification recognises your intermediate rigging experience. The second step in the rigging pathway, graduates will be able to plan, prepare, complete, and lead a team through rigging activities. It is also a prerequisite to the NZC in Rigging (Level 5).

 

If you're interested in doing this qualification, download and complete the relevant form on the right. 

Overview documentation

QUALIFICATION OVERVIEW A

For experienced riggers who hold a formal New Zealand qualification (full or part) in rigging.

 

QUALIFICATION OVERVIEW B

For experienced riggers who hold a formal overseas qualification (full or part) in rigging.

 

QUALIFICATION OVERVIEW C

For experienced riggers with no formal qualification in rigging.

Training Agreement & Schedule

 

Download the Training Agreement and Schedule.

Download form

 

The RCC Process

 

Get the full details on the scaffolding RCC process, what it involves and information on how to apply.

Learn more

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Next steps

If you are interested in undertaking RCC:

  1. Download the relevant forms above
  2. Complete the Training Agreement and Schedule
  3. Call us on 0508 SKILLS (0508 754 557) to arrange payment.
  4. Once this is complete, scan and email your forms through to registrations@skills.org.nz.