Short Course Training

The below courses are offered by Allan Miller Transport Training on a regular basis.

These courses are what the transport industry often requires and are very popular. These courses are conducted in a classroom situation for the theory. Both theory and practical abilities are tested in these courses.

Course material may be able to be adjusted/modified to reflect your needs within the subject. The advantage of classroom training is direct contact with the assessor /trainer and discussion with other students from the industry working in groups.

Price and availability can be confirmed through talking with our team.

TLIF0005 Apply a fatigue risk management system (Working under a BFM accreditation or a duty of care requirement).

Aimed at drivers who are working for a company with a Basic Fatigue Management accreditation who need to be able to work 14 hours.

This unit of competency involves the skills and knowledge required for heavy vehicle drivers to manage fatigue and to work safely within the Transport and Logistics industry.

It includes:

  • applying fatigue risk management strategies,
  • identifying and acting on signs of fatigue,
  • operating within a fatigue risk management system,
  • planning and navigating trips,
  • updating and maintaining records,
  • complying with work and rest limits and
  • implementing appropriate strategies to minimise fatigue during work activities.

Work is performed under some supervision for a single operator and/or within a team environment.

Legislative and regulatory requirements are applicable to this unit.

The primary legislative requirement of this unit of competency is the

Heavy Vehicle National Law (HVNL).

Being awarded this unit of competency is a necessary requirement to operate under National Heavy Vehicle Regulator (NHVR) Fatigue Management Accreditation but is only one of the criteria.

TLIF0006 Administer a fatigue risk management system (Working under a BFM accreditation or a duty of care requirement).

Aimed at administrators who are scheduling for a company with a Basic Fatigue Management accreditation who need to be able to work 14 hours.

This unit of competency involves the skills and knowledge required for road transport schedulers or supervisors/managers to administer a fatigue risk management system within the Transport and Logistics industry.

It includes:

  • identifying and managing risks associated with fatigue during heavy vehicle driving,
  • operating within a fatigue risk management system,
  • planning trips and updating records and
  • developing and implementing policies, procedures and strategies to minimise fatigue in the workplace.

Work is performed under limited supervision generally within a team environment.

Legislative and regulatory requirements are applicable to this unit.

The primary legislative requirement of this unit of competency is the Heavy Vehicle National Law (HVNL).

Being awarded this unit of competency is a necessary requirement to obtaining National Heavy Vehicle Regulator (NHVR) Fatigue Management Accreditation but is only one of the criteria.

TLIF0009 Ensure the safety of transport activities (Chain of Responsibility)

This unit involves the skills and knowledge required to ensure the safety of transport activities.

It includes:

  • identifying features and applying a chain of responsibility obligation in the Heavy Vehicle National Law (HVNL) or applicable state/territory law and regulations.
  • It also includes identifying and reporting the chain of responsibility risks.
  • Transport activities as defined by the HVNL or applicable state/territory law and regulations.

Work is performed under close direction, generally within a team environment.

No licensing, legislative or certification requirements apply to this unit at the time of publication.

TLID2004 Load and unload goods/cargo (Load Restraint)

This unit involves the skills and knowledge required to load and unload goods and cargo in accordance with relevant state/territory roads and traffic authority regulations/permit requirements.

It includes:

  • loading and unloading goods and cargo,
  • securing and protecting a load and
  • completing all required documentation.

Work is performed under general supervision within a team environment.

TLID2003 Handle dangerous goods/hazardous substances

This unit involves the skills and knowledge required to handle dangerous goods and hazardous substances in accordance with relevant work health safety (WHS)/occupational health and safety (OHS) regulations concerning the safe handling of dangerous goods and hazardous substances, within the transport and logistics industry.

It includes:

  • identifying requirements for working with dangerous goods and/or hazardous substances,
  • confirming site incident procedures and
  • selecting handling techniques.

Work is performed under general supervision.

No licensing, legislative or certification requirements apply to this unit at the time of publication.

TLILIC0001 Licence to transport dangerous goods by road

This unit involves the skills and knowledge required to obtain a dangerous goods (DG) driver licence to transport DG by road.

The unit covers compliance with regulatory requirements but does not address all the skills and knowledge for the transportation of DG.

On achieving this unit and obtaining a licence, further industry-specific training will be required to satisfy legislative requirements to transport DG.

The primary legislative requirement applicable to this unit of competency is the

Model Subordinate Law on the Transport of Dangerous Goods by Road or Rail, which is reflected in the state/territory legislation.

This law, in relation to the safe transport of DG, references the current version of the Australian Dangerous Goods (ADG) Code, the Model Act on the Transport of Dangerous Goods by Road and Rail, relevant Australian Standards (AS), and relevant work health and safety (WHS)/occupational health and safety (OHS) legislation including licensing and assessment requirements.

Achieving this unit of competency is a necessary requirement for obtaining a licence, however, it is only one of several criteria for obtaining a DG driver licence.

More information can be sourced from the regulator in each jurisdiction regarding other criteria that apply, which can vary between states and territories.

Compliance with these requirements may be required nationally and/or in specific jurisdictions.

TLID2010 Operate a forklift. (Not Forklift Licencing) Usually offered as verification of competency

This unit involves the skills and knowledge required to operate a forklift in compliance with the relevant state/territory authority licence requirements and regulations, in a variety of operational contexts.

It includes checking forklift conditions, driving a forklift to fulfill operational requirements, and monitoring and maintaining forklift performance and site conditions.

Operation of a forklift is performed under some supervision, generally within a team environment.

No licensing, legislative or certification requirements apply to this unit at the time of publication.

TLID1001 Shift materials safely using manual handling methods

This unit involves the skills and knowledge required to shift loads safely using manual handling methods. Work must be carried out in compliance with the relevant work health and safety (WHS)/occupational health and safety (OHS) regulations concerning the manual handling and movement of loads.

It includes:

  • assessing the risks associated with relocating the load,
  • planning the relocation process and
  • carrying out the relocation in accordance with the plan.

Work is performed under some supervision generally within a team environment.

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