Yellow Card - Operate Elevating Work Platform (Scissor and Boom)


This unit describes a participant’s skills and knowledge required to operate an elevating work platform in industry. This course is appropriate for those working in operational roles.

The course covers:
- Plan and prepare for operating an elevating work platform
- Conduct work activities from an elevating work platform
- Carry out operator maintenance
- Clean up

Students must be able to speak, write and understand English and must be able to work at heights.

Students must be at least 18 years of age to be eligible for a full licence upon successful completion of this course. Students aged 16 or 17 may be issued with a restricted licence upon successful completion of the course. Restricted licence holders may operate under the supervision of a ticketed operator.

Students must provide original photographic identification (e.g. Australian Drivers Licence, Proof of Age card) before being issued with a Yellow Card. The photo ID must contain photo, signature and date of birth.

Licensing, legislative, regulatory and certification requirements that apply to this unit can vary between states, territories and industry sectors.

Dress code: long shirt, long trousers and fully enclosed, non-slip safety footwear.

For organisations that wish to pay the student fees for this course and are unable to pay by credit card via the website, please contact the Student Engagement & Onboarding team via email on to organise a Third Party Payment invoice.


This course is eligible for CITB funding. The CITB is a whole-of-industry led organisation that provides support to attract, train and retain South Australian building and construction workers by providing leadership in training and skills development.

Each financial year, Eligible Persons with an approved CITB number are provided with $3,000 of training fee subsidies through the Construction Skills Training Program.

To check your eligibility or to renew your CITB number visit

Upon receipt of enrolment, students will be sent an email with further instructions on claiming the CITB rebate. You do not need to provide your CITB number at the time of enrolment.

At the successful completion of a CITB eligible course, eligible CITB students will be refunded with the CITB subsidy. The subsidy will be paid to whoever paid for the course. TAFE SA cannot claim your refund (and therefore cannot reimburse you the funded amount) prior to the finish date. All CITB refunds will be credited against the student account and not refunded back to credit cards.

Rebate refunds will be processed within 60 days of course completion (this timeframe is to allow for assessment submission, marking and processing).

The CITB number you provide to TAFE SA must belong to the individual participant – you cannot use the CITB number of another person or company.

  • Ability to speak, write and understand English.
    Minimum age 16.
    Original photo identification is required (e.g. Australian Drivers Licence, Proof of Age card) before being issued with a Yellow Card. The photo ID must contain photo, signature and date of birth.

Short Course Delivery Locations Some short courses can provide accreditation for industry-specific registration, while others merely provide skills and knowledge in the subject area. Concession prices are available for some courses.

Start Date

Wed 29 Mar 23

End Date

Thu 30 Mar 23

Class Times
Wednesday & Thursday 8:30am-5:30pm
2 days
Student Visa (500)

Not Eligible

Cost Information
This course is eligible for CITB Funding. Your CITB Number must be active at the time of registration. The CITB rebate for this course is $500.



Opens 1 Dec 2022

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