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Arrow Energy Integrated Permit to Work Training
Arrow Energy PTW Training Program
The Arrow Energy PTW Program provides the theory training component that required to become a Permit Holder and/or Permit Authority with Arrow Energy.
Completion of this program will result in the issuing of a Certificate of Completion for Arrow Energy Permit to Work. Permit Holders and Authorities are also required to have completed an accredited Gas Test Atmospheres course within the previous two years of the PTW course date.
Due to the travel and contact restrictions related to the Covid19 pandemic, the Arrow Energy PTW program will now be delivered virtually.
The program will be delivered on an on demand basis, subject to available of the facilitator and participants. Contact Dave via firstname.lastname@example.org, on 0412782191, or via the webform below to enquire.
The virtual program is now delivered over three stages.
Frequently Asked Questions
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Booking or Enquiry?
Call or text: Dave- 0412 782 191
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Frequently Asked Questions
Is there a difference between Permit Holder and Permit Authority?
No, personnel intending to work under either role complete the same training program.
How long will the training take?
The Arrow PTW training takes approximately 4 hours. If required, Gas Test Atmospheres is then conducted after this as a half day face to face program.
I've already got the Gas Test Atmospheres competency, do I need to complete GTA again?
Only if the Statement of Attainment is older than two years from the PTW course date.
How much does it cost?
The cost of the Arrow PTW training is $350 (+GST).
The Link Resources Gas Test training conducted as part of the PTW course is $200 (GST free).
I've completed PTW training for another organisation, or under another system (eg. Wellsite PTW), do I still need to do the Arrow course?
Yes, because this course is specifically about the Arrow PTW System and associated expectations.
Are there any language, literacy or numeracy expectations?
Yes, to fulfil the role of Permit Holder or Authority, you will need to be able to read and understand the elements of the Arrow PTW Form, and associated procedures, as well as being able to read and interpret gas detection levels.
What other training or activities will be needed to be a Permit Holder or Authority?
Personnel will still be required to demonstrate that they can apply and use the PTW process in the field. This is done after the training, when you first use the PTW, evidence of this will be captured through the completion of a checklist which will be signed off by Arrow personnel. Personel may also need additional competencies relevant to the type of work being performed and category fo permit. For example, working at heights, confined space entry, electrical authority, isolation etc.