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PMASUP305 – Operate Offshore Cranes Refresher


The Offshore Crane Operator Re-Assessment is used to assess the continued competence of offshore crane operators. Crane operators will be made aware and informed of the latest developments in industry, including reviewing actual incidents to enhance awareness and the effectiveness of risk assessment, task planning and management of change.

With the aid of the simulator providing a virtual offshore environment, the course exposes the participants to extreme conditions and emergency situations to test and improve their responses in a safe and controlled environment.


Participants should have completed the Operate Offshore Cranes PMASUP305 Certificate of Competency and be experienced in all facets of offshore crane operations.

Course Pre-requisites

  • PMASUP305 – Operate Offshore Cranes certificate of competency
  • Offshore crane logbook detailing all lifting operations
  • Detailed CV (resume) with contactable references to verify experience.

Language, Literacy and Numeracy Requirements

This unit requires the ability to read and interpret typical product specifications, job sheets, procedures, material labels and safety information as provided to operators. Writing is required to the level of completing workplace forms. Numeracy is required to calculate loads and estimate balance points for slinging. You may be required to undertake a LL&N test.

Assessment & Competency Achievement

This course includes written tests, projects, and practical simulator observations.  All participants will be assessed on performance and understanding using assessment tools aligned to the unit of competency PMASUP305

Course Duration

1 Day: 8:30am to 4:30pm

Course Fee and Additional Service Costs

$2,710.00 + GST

This course fee includes morning tea and lunch at the centre.

Terms and Conditions of Enrolment

Course participants are required to agree with the Term and Conditions of enrolment. These terms and conditions are available on request from Perth Simulation Centre staff.