Recognition of current competency - licence to perform dogging

Recognition of Current Competency (RCC) is an online assessment process for anyone who holds a unit of competency that has been superseded or replaced by a new unit. When a unit of competency is replaced or superseded, many employers require their current and prospective employees and contractors to hold the current, updated unit of competency for the equipment they are operating.

Assessment Duration

30 – 45 minutes

Who Should Attend

This RCC is designed for anyone who wants to upgrade a superseded unit of competency to the current unit of competency, CPCCLDG3001A Licence to perform dogging.

Note: Not for public enrolment; application for enrolment in this assessment will only be considered for eligible Western Power staff


The prerequisites for attendance at this course are:

  • Hold a current High Risk Licence for Dogging.
  • You will need to provide a copy of your current High Risk Licence and your existing Statement of Attainment for enrolment into the assessment.

Note: All prerequisites need to be current.

Learning Outcomes

As a result of completing the assessment participants will:
Have their knowledge evaluated to determine that it is current and sufficient to meet the new Unit of Competency.

PPE/PPC & Equipment Requirements

Students will need access to a PC to complete the assessment


This is a 30 – 45 minute online assessment.


Statement of Attainment for CPCCLDG3001A Licence to perform dogging

Associated Authorisations

On successful completion of the course
LDL01 – Dogging (Class DG)

For information on how to apply for an Authorisation, contact the Authorisations Team


To complete your enrolment you will need to complete the attached enrolment form and scan this back to PTSWA along with the list of documents outlined in the How to enrol in your RCC guide.

Once your enrolment is complete you will be emailed instructions and a link to allow you to complete the assessment.

Note: This course is delivered by a third party training provider.

If there are no classes currently availble, please contact PTS to request a booking.

Assessments are made against units of competency.

Additional information