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- Load Restraint TrainingOpen or CloseCourse Duration1 Day 8:00am to 4:00pmCourse Start Date/s24 July 2017
21 August 2017
21 September 2017
24 October 2017
28 November 2017Course Cost$250.00 per studentCourse CodeTLID2004, TLIA1001 and TLIE3002
Dangerous Goods Bulk Driver CourseOpen or CloseCourse Duration2 Days 8:00am to 4:00pmCourse Start Date/s12 July 2017
- Performance standards
- Minimum restraint requirements
- Dangerous Goods Requirements
- Oversize loads
- Loading general freight
- Load Securing equipment
- OH&S Requirements
- Load Restraint Guide
- Responsibilities and Legislation
- Forces which cause movement
- Tie down and direct systems of restraint
- Load Distribution
- Load Limitation
9 August 2017
12 September 2017
10 October 2017
20 November 2017Course Cost$365.00 per studentCourse CodeTLILIC0001 (Licence to transport dangerous goods by road)
As of the 28th of October 2013 the Dangerous Goods Bulk Driver Refresher Course and the Dangerous Goods Classes 3 9 Course have become obsolete. All clients wishing to refresher their license are now required to complete the 2 day Bulk Dangerous Goods Driver's course.
Dangerous Goods Warehousing CourseOpen or CloseCourse Duration1 Day 8:00am to 4:00pmCourse Start Date/s26 July 2017
- Transport procedures
- Fire-Fighting equipment training
- Breathing apparatus
- Placarding of containers and vehicles
- Statutory Requirements/ Responsibilities
- Placard all Units and package loads
- Classification and Packing of Dangerous Goods
- The HAZCHEM Code
- Stowage and segregation
31 July 2017
29 August 2017
19 September 2017
30 October 2017Course Cost$250.00 per studentCourse CodeTLID2003(Handle dangerous goods/hazardous substances)
Explosives CourseOpen or CloseCourse Duration1 DayCourse Start Date/s19 June 2014Course Cost$270.00 per studentCourse CodeTLID2016 (Load and unload explosives/dangerous goods)
- Placarding of buildings and premises
- Segregation and Separation distances
- Bunding requirements
- Properties of Dangerous Goods
- Fire-Fighting equipment (Theory)
- Breathing Apparatus (Theory Awareness)
- Statutory Requirements
- Licensing of Premises
- Classification of Dangerous Goods
- Packaging of Dangerous Goods
- The HAZCHEM Code & Emergency procedures
Fatigue ManagementOpen or CloseCourse DurationHalf a dayCourse Start Date/s21 January 2016Course Cost$200.00 per studentCourse CodeTLIF2010 (Apply fatigue management strategies)
- Stowage and Segregation
- Transport Procedures
- Characteristics and Hazards of explosives Divisions 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.4, 1.5 and 1.6
- Fire Extinguisher Training
- Classification of explosive substances
- Marking of Packages
- HAZCHEM Code
- Placarding of vehicles, Freight containers, Carry boxes and IBC’S
Fatigue Management Course Content:
- Cause and effects of fatigue for drivers
- Manage fatigue in a driving environment in accordance with the requirements of national fatigue management regime and the WA commercial driver’s code of practice
- The causes and indicators of fatigue
- Driver’s responsibilities
- Identify suitable fatigue counter measures
- Discussing fatigue as an OH&S issue with reference to OH&S Legislation.Dangerous Goods AwarenessOpen or Close
Can be catered to your company needs – participation certificate only
Operate & Maintain Fire-Fighting EquipmentOpen or Close2 Day Licence to operate a forklift truckOpen or Close1 Day Licence to operate a forklift truckOpen or Close
- Placarding of vehicles, packaged and placardable units
- Stowage and segregation
- Transport procedures
- Provision of Emergency Equipment
- Classification of Dangerous Goods
- Transport Documents
- Packaging of Bulk Goods
Please note our forklift training is held on the employers site and a minimum of 3 participants is required.First Aid TrainingOpen or CloseCourse Duration1 DayCourse Cost$175.00 per studentCourse CodeHLTAID001, HLTAID002, HLTAID003Order Picking Forklift TruckOpen or CloseCourse Duration1 DayCourse Cost$265.00 per studentCourse CodeTLILIC2002 (Licence to operate an order picking forklift truck)
National High Risk Work (HRW) License - License to operate an Order Picking Forklift Truck (LO)
This mandatory license requirement is for users of an Order Picker Forklift as Load/Stock handling equipment where the operator is raised up in the operator console along with the load carriage/forks.
Illuminate Group offers on-site training & assessment by an Accredited Worksafe Assessor in compliance Worksafe Regulations.
Course outcomes on being deemed “Competent”
Worksafe Notice of Satisfactory Assessment
Green copy of above document which serves as a legal Interim HRW License valid for 60 days
Statement of Attainment TLILIC2002 issued by the Registered Training Organisation
Application form to Worksafe WA for the photo License on payment of application fee of $82.00 per application to be lodged by assesse within the 60 day validity of the Interim License.
License valid for 5 years
Applicants must be 18 years of age
Applicants should have literacy ,numeracy skills and a knowledge of English to progress the “closed book” written and calculations assessment.
Course Content and details can be sent out on request/booking.
Please note, our Order Picker training is conducted on the employer's site with a minimum of 3 participants required.Chain of ResponsibilityOpen or Close
Chain of Responsibility
The aim of the legislation is to ensure a uniform approach to compliance and enforcement of road transport laws and in particular laws specific to mass, dimension and load restraint for safe operation of heavy vehicles, improved road safety, minimisation of unfair competitive advantage amongst operators and better protection for infrastructure and the environment.
Responsible parties within the transport and logistics chain need to satisfy themselves that compliance systems and programs they have in place for managing the risks associated with the transport task are sufficiently robust to meet their obligations under the new law in the context of their industry.
The Chain of Responsibility legislation is contained in the Road Traffic (Vehicles) Act 2012 and the Road Traf-fic (Administration) Act 2008 and needs to be viewed in conjunction with the new regulations. The legislation is accessible on the State Law Publisher’s website:
http://www.slp.wa.gov.au/legislation/statutes.nsf/main_mrtitle_12926_homepage.htmlPilot Escort TrainingOpen or CloseCourse Duration3-4 Days depending on numbers. Please confirm upon bookingCourse Start Date/s14 February 2017
7 March 2017Course Cost$950.00 per studentCourse CodeTLIB2004, TLIE3009, TLIC3010, TLIF3060 & TLIF3013
Pilot Escort Training
This is an Accredited Pilot Vehicle Course and on completion allows pilots to work Australia wide. The course runs for four days and is endorsed by Main Roads WA. Our trainers have extensive experience in the mining industry and are current, highly experienced Pilot Escorts who hold their certificate IV in Training and Assessment.
The course is designed for anyone wanting to escort Oversize/Overmass trucks. It is also advantageous for anyone considering a career in the Mining Industry. The course is extremely beneficial for people working within the Transport industry who may be required to escort any oversize/overmass trucks. Pilot Accreditation completed in WA is the only course that is recognised Australia wide, therefore allowing you to work Nationally. It is beneficial for Farmers and Farm Workers to also complete this course as they frequently have the need to move Oversize farm machinery.
The course content is split in to 5 units of competency. These are:
TLIB2004 - Carry out vehicle inspection
TLIE3009 - Use pilot and escort communication
TLIC3010 - Pilot or escort oversized and/or overmassed loads
TLIF3060 - Control traffic as a pilot vehicle operator
TLIF3013 - Coordinate breakdowns and emergencies
The four day course allows for both classroom and practical on the road experience. This course is largely practical based, however, there are several theory assessments and requires literacy and numeracy skills.
Our course is delivered by TAE Certificate IV Trainers who are also Accredited Pilots. This allows us to bring their on the job experience into the classroom and provide you with the credible and relevant training.