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Scissor & Vertical Lift

EWPAA Yellow Card


Loadwise Australia is accredited through the EWPA (Elevating Work Platform Association of Australia Inc.) to deliver a formally structured (Non - accredited) training course delivered by an EWPA accredited assessor.

The Yellow card confirms that the holder of the ticket has been trained in the safe use of the scissor and vertical lifts that do not require a High Risk Work Licence.

Note: A separate accredited ‘above 11mt’ boom type EWP HRWL course is conducted by Loadwise Australia. Enquire for further details if required. Training delivery combines face-to-face Trainer led theory classes and practical sessions.


There are no unit pre-requisites for the Scissor & Vertical Lift (EWPA Yellow Card) course.

To achieve competency in the Scissor & Vertical Lift (EWPA Yellow Card) course Learners will also require the ability to read; correctly interpret signage; speak clearly and unambiguously in English; and to explain, describe and verify sometimes complex needs and issues. Writing is required to the level of completing workplace forms as is an understanding of basic mathematics and calculations.

Pre-enrolment skills checks are used by Loadwise Australia if doubt arises for students that may have language, literacy and numeracy issues.

Course Location

Scheduled courses are carried out on site at Loadwise Australia’s training facility Address;

U3, 18-20 Maryborough st, Fyshwick ACT. 2609.

Courses can be carried out onsite at workplaces (in the ACT jurisdiction) however a pre-site visit must be arranged to assess suitability for training and assessment.

Course Cost

$660 per person (GST Exempt for accredited training).

A worker may be eligible for course funding if he/she works for a company or organisation that is substantially (at least 80%) engaged in carrying out work described in the Schedule of Work in the Act (Building and Construction Industry Training Levy Act 1999), within the ACT; Contact the ACT Building and Construction Industry Training Fund Authority on 02 6262 5630 for more information

How are students assessed?

Upon completion of training all students are then required to undertake their final theory and practical assessments

  • The theory exam is a closed book test and no outside assistance is permitted. Reasonable adjustment can be applied by allowing students to request an oral assessment if language or literacy barriers exist. (Trainers must be notified of this request prior to course commencement). Some calculations are required as part of the theory assessment and must be completed in writing. (The use of a calculator is permitted)
  • Practical assessment involves students demonstrating effective risk management, pre-operational checks, correct set up, operating, shutdown and post operational checks of the scissor and vertical type EWP'S.

Skills we teach

  • Relevant ACT WHS Legislation.
  • Identifying workplace hazards.
  • Hazard Control measures.
  • Choosing an EWP.
  • Pre-start & post Op Checks.
  • Setting up the EWP.
  • Operating the EWP.
  • Shutting down and secure procedures.

Refund Policy

Can be accessed from Loadwise Australia Website www.loadwise.com.au by clicking Resources tab - Fees & Charges.

USI Requirements

Scissor Lift and Yellow Card Training requires a Unique Student Identifier (USI). Loadwise Australia is unable to provide you with your Statement of Attainment until you have provided us with your USI. To apply for a free USI visit the USI website or contact our facility. https://www.usi.gov.au/


Face To Face


$660.00 (GST Free)


1 Day. Note: Longer training periods may be required depending on each Students ability to display competency.


Upon successful completion of the course the EWPA Operator Ticket (Yellow Card) reflecting scissor lift and vertical lift classes.


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