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TLILIC2001 Licence to operate a forklift Truck
Forklift Training & Licence Assessment
From 1 September 2009, training and assessment for a high risk work licence must be undertaken through a Registered Training Organisation (RTO). Some practical training can occur in the workplace with the approval of the RTO.
All applicants must;
- Be at least 18.
- Undertake a structured course of training by an RTO.
- Have the necessary knowledge and ability to safely perform the high risk work.
- Be assessed as competent by an assessor using the relevant 'assessment instrument’ under realistic workplace conditions.
About This Course
Nationally recognised training course "TLILIC2001 Licence to operate a forklift truck", this course leads to the LF Class qualification as defined in the National Standards for "Licensing Persons Performing High Risk work. The unit of competency is contained within the TLI Transport and Logistics training package.
Proof of Identity
Candidate must provide proof of identification
100 point check
This course offers the information and skills you need to become a licensed forklift operator. It provides basic training in the safe operation of forklifts. It covers the following skills and criteria:
- Identify hazards associated with the operation of the forklift truck and put in place effective hazard controls for those hazards identified.
- Conduct pre-start-up, operational, moving loads and shut down and secure checks of the forklift truck according to procedures.
- Operate the forklift truck and move loads safely, including driving and manoeuvring, picking up and placing of loads at various stack heights.
- Drive forklift truck with load in forward and reverse, maintaining visibility.
- Understanding the Stability triangle and forklift functions.
The Course Uses
Animated PowerPoint display together with a student workbook, handouts RTO issued logbook for written tasks & self-assessment, course videos and demonstrations with practical exercises. "An additional requirement of the NVR Standards is that an RTO must be able to reproduce qualifications for a period of 30 years and retain all completed assessments for a minimum of 6 months after completion of the course".
Courses are offered under a flexible one (1) day to five (5) day duration, depending on the needs of the student. A two (2) or three (3) day course is most often used for the new driver, but in the event of a student not yet being ready, he/she may return for to a longer duration, TBA at no expense. Shorter courses are available, depending on the needs of the student.
How much Forklift Training do I require?
My forklift training starts with approximately 2 days including assessment with small groups. From this point I can gauge the amount of training required for each student as a rule the theory is often harder than the Practical. This is a closed book written assessment on your knowledge with approx. 60 questions and some maths, a verbal assessment can be offered
For persons that have held an expired LF licence or been operating a forklift for years with good communication skills and can retain new information you may be able to complete the course in 1 to 2 days.
For persons that have worked within a forklift working environment and reminded of safety rules with good communication skills (read/ writing / understanding) and have had some experience with forklifts, remember verbal assessment offered can be completed in 2 days with some home study.
Persons with no car experience or with learning issues, understanding English may require from 3 to 5 days sometimes exceeding this timeframe.
Note: All High Risk Work (HRW) assessments must be completed in English written or verbal and comply with the conditions set out by Safework NSW
Note: the price includes up to 5 days of training with one assessment.
Once Ready For Assessment
An assessor is organised for both theory & practical assessment for a LF Forklift Licence, Safework NSW is to be given 48 hours-notice prior of any assessment for audit purposes.
We practice Equal Opportunity Training.
Our learning environment is free of any racial discrimination or harassment. We encourage learning from any ethnic or religious background respect for social and cultural backgrounds, treating all students with respect and dignity.
This course is fully portable, NSW, Sydney and country areas with prior arrangements.
Weekly courses held in my training room & Workplace at 5 / 21 Groves Ave Mulgrave.
Course Provider Information
Registered RTO ID: 91583
Savsply Pty Ltd ABN: 74 108 788 843 t/as – ForkTime
Address: 5 / 21 Groves Ave Mulgrave NSW
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ForkTime are happy to conduct on site courses and assessment at our Mulgrave training centre. Alternatively you can arrange for training on site. Please contact us to discuss your needs via our Contact Form.
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