A rigger is a person or company that specializes in the lifting and moving of extremely large or heavy objects. The term comes from the days of sailing ships, where a rigger was a person who worked with rigging, that is, ropes for hoisting the sails
Below are the List Of Rigger Schools In South Africa
Rigger Training Academy
Rigging Academy of SA
Rigger – Majuba TVET College
Heightsafety Training Academy
Absolute Rigging and Transport
The National Rigging Certificate
Marine – Industrial Rigging
Crane Rigger course
How long is rigger school?
Job training for a parachute rigger requires 10 weeks of Basic Combat Training and 16 of Advanced Individual Training with on-the-job instructions. Part of this time is spent in the classroom and part in the field
How do you become a certified parachute rigger?
- Ensure you have met the requirements for the rating.
- Take a parachute rigging class.
- Make an experience-evaluation appointment at an approved site.
- Apply for your certification by completing the appropriate paperwork.
- Pass a written test.
- Pass both an oral test and a practical test after you pass the written test.
Do parachute riggers see combat?
All parachute riggers are expected to be able to perform a jump at any time with any parachute packed by any rigger. Once a parachute rigger is experienced, they will inspect airdrop equipment and conduct regular quality assurance inspections
What is rigging operation?
Rigging – when workers prepare equipment to be lifted by cranes, hoists or other material-handling machinery – is a common work process on shipyard and construction sites, among others. Performing rigging operations safely is critical.
How much is a rigging course in South Africa?
Basic rigging course cost is R5000 and takes 1 week. After the Rigger courses, a student attains a rigger certification.
How long is a rigging course ?
5 DayThe Basic Rigging course is a 5 Day course with both theoretical and practical learning components.
What qualifications do you need to be a rigger?
Riggers need an accredited qualification, such as the Advanced Rigging/Scaffolding qualifications in JIGS or NVQs/ SVQs, followed by at least two or three years with a good scaffolding company to gain valuable experience and training