If you want to be a tower crane dogman or operator the first step is to get your WorkCover high risk license. This wont automatically make you a crane operator but it will make you meet your legal requirements. Listed below are training providers that will put you on the first steps to your career as tower crane driver on Sydney's high rise buildings!
By far your best value option, you can do each class of license for about $500 each. Part time evening and full time options available. You can call but the best option is to swing by and make a booking. They do not do the crane operator tickets, but you should have a good amount of experience as a dogman before you look at getting the tower crane license
Corner of Johnston St and The Crescent, Annandale NSW 2049 02 9217 4181
I did my self erecting tower crane ticket with this mob in 2010, they were pretty good, spent extra time with the guys that were struggling with the questions and by the time assessment day came we were all pretty well prepared for the test. An added bonus is that the trainers are pretty well connected in the industry, shortly after doing the course I got a call from the trainer asking if I was looking for work as he had a crane company looking for an operator, a bonus as it can be hard to get a start when you just got your license. Last I heard they were running courses in Stanmore in Sydney but they are pretty flexible and can arrange to do training on site, they also run courses in QLD.
This is the cheapest provider of tower crane tickets and they are run in conjunction with the CFMEU so you know they are reputable. They did have discounts for paid up union members of 20% but even at full price of $1060 this can be half the price of what it would cost you on the east coast. This is the first place I recommend however many of the people I recommend to don't end up going, due to them being too lazy to take a plane to WA
107 Radium Street, Welshpool WA 6106 (08) 9358 6501