I have provided the questions and answers for the written tower crane assessment. The crane assessment in broken up into the written assessment and the practical exam. The practical exam is not very vigorous and most people have no trouble passing this section, it is the written assessment that gives people trouble. The written assessment is broken up into sections, in the past you could fail a few questions in each section unless they were star questions which were an automatic failure if you got them wrong.
I have been told by assessors that this has changed and you cannot get any question wrong. There are over 200 questions that you will be required to answer in the assessment so extensive revision is necessary.
There are two assessment instrument books that you are required to memorize. One is a general crane book which you must get tested on for each type of crane license you apply for eg. if you go for either a portal crane, self erecting tower crane, mobile crane or tower crane license they will all have the same Workcover questions. Then there is the specific assessment instrument. I have included the mobile crane assessment instrument below as well, and just to be clear I will repeat it again, for both tests you will be required to know the general crane assessment instrument questions.
My next post will be on which training orginisation you should use to get your tower crane license. You can save $1000s as there is massive variation in the prices charged.
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