"The ones who are crazy enough to think they can change the world are the ones who do."

- Steve Jobs

Industrial Training

Illuminate Group offers a range of training programs designed to develop your people, your teams and your organisational capability. We are passionate about developing your workforce and provide a full range of management and capability development courses for the corporate and industrial sectors.

Our training programs include:

  • Verification of Competency
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    Course Duration
    As Required
    Course Start Date/s
    Course Cost(weekday)
    $Supplied On Request per student
    Course Cost(weekend)
    $Supplied on Request per student

    Please enquire with our staff if you are interested in doing a VOC.  Our preference is to engage with companies that has equipment on site which permits our Trainer/Assessors to conduct assessments in a realistic environment.

    Regardless, if you are an individual and not working for a company, still enquire as we may still be able to accomodate your needs.

    The Illuminate Group can conduct VOC's on the following equipment;

    • Worksafe Forklift

    • Worksafe EWP

    • Vacuum Excavator

    • Excavator (Civil Construction & Hydraulic)

    • Skid Steer

    • Backhoe

    • Telescopic Handler

    • Roller

    • Wheel Loader

    • Integrated Tool Carrier

    • Vehicle Loading Crane

    • Dogging

    • Rigging (Basic)

    • Operate & Maintain Chainsaw

    • Operate Overhead Crane

  • Dangerous Goods Bulk Driver Course
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    Course Duration
    2 Days 8:00am to 4:00pm (Min 6 Participants)
    Course Start Date/s
    Wednesday, 19 Dec 2018 - Thursday, 20 Dec 2018
    Wednesday, 09 Jan 2019 - Thursday, 10 Jan 2019
    Saturday, 19 Jan 2019 - Sunday, 20 Jan 2019
    Thursday, 24 Jan 2019 - Friday, 25 Jan 2019
    Course Cost(weekday)
    $365.00 per student
    Course Cost(weekend)
    $410.00 per student
    Course Code
    TLILIC0001 - Licence to transport dangerous goods by road

    Class Size

    Participants - 6 (Min) - 15 (Max)

    Pre-requisite

    • Participants need to be at least 18 years of age

    • Participants must have basic level of english literacy and numeracy skills and knowledge to be able to complete written theory assessment and understand spoken instructions in the practical component

    • Must wear fully enclosed shoes

     

    Unique Student Identifier

    In order to recieve a Statement of Attainment, you must have a USI#.  Please remember to bring your USI when you attend your training course.

    If you don't have one you can create your USI# at http://usi.gov.au/create-your-USI/Pages/default.aspx, it only takes a few minutes. 

    Course

    As of the 28th of October 2013 the Dangerous Goods Bulk Driver Refresher Course and the Dangerous Goods Classes 3 9 Course are obsolete. All participants wishing to refresh their license are now required to complete the 2 day Bulk Dangerous Goods Driver's course.

    The dangerous goods driver licence course will cover the following content:

    • Transport procedures
    • Fire-Fighting equipment training

    • Breathing apparatus

    • Documentation

    • 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

     

    On Completion

    Upon successful completion, participants will be issued a Statement of Attainment for the following unit of competency: 

    • TLILIC0001 - Licence to transport dangerous goods by road 

    Students must complete an online application with the Department of Mines and Petroleum in order to apply for a New or Renew their Dangerous Goods Driver Licence.  Registration must occur within 6 months of the date of attending training.

    Please go to the Mainroads website should you have any question or require more information:

    https://www.mainroads.wa.gov.au/UsingRoads/HeavyVehicles/Pages/HeavyVehiclesHome.aspx

  • Load Restraint Training
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    Course Duration
    1 Day 8:00am to 4:00pm
    Course Start Date/s
    Saturday, 08 Dec 2018
    Monday, 17 Dec 2018
    Saturday, 12 Jan 2019
    Tuesday, 29 Jan 2019
    Course Cost(weekday)
    $250.00 per student
    Course Cost(weekend)
    $275.00 per student
    Course Code
    TLIA1001 - Secure cargo
    TLID2004 - Load and unload goods/cargo
    TLIE3002 - Estimate/calculate mass, area and quantify dimensions

    Class Size

    Participants: 6 (min) - 15 (max)

    Pre-requisite

    • Participants need to be at least 18 years of age

    • Participants must have basic level of english literacy and numeracy skills and knowledge to be able to complete written theory assessment and understand spoken instructions in the practical component

    • Must wear fully enclosed shoes

     

    Unique Student Identifier

    In order to recieve a Statement of Attainment, you must have a USI#.  Please remember to bring your USI when you attend your training course.

    If you don't have one you can create your USI# at http://usi.gov.au/create-your-USI/Pages/default.aspx, it only takes a few minutes. 

    Course

    This  is a one day Load Restraint course which is relevant for drivers and any person involved in and responsible for the safe and secure loading of vehicles. 

    Participants will complete both theory and practical assessments which includes the following: 

    • 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

     

    On Completion

    On successful completion, participants will be issued with a Statement of Attainment

  • Safe Load Program
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    Course Duration
    Half a day (08:00 - 12:00)
    Course Start Date/s
    Monday, 21 Jan 2019
    Course Cost
    $260.00 per student

    Class Size

    Participants 3 (Min) - 15 (Max)

     

    Pre-Requisites

    Attendees must;

    • have basic level of english literacy and numeracy skills and knowledge to be able to complete written theory assessment and understand spoken instructions in the practical component
    • have a Dangerous Goods Bulk Drivers Licence
    • wear fully enclosed shoes
    • arrange the terminal assessment on completion of the course

    Course

    The Safe Load Program is a requirement for drivers to gain entry to refineries and storage facilities.  This program applies to all bulk fuel road tankers that load products at gantries supplying goods and combustible liquid at all oil industry facilities

    The course will cover;

    • Videos for Module
    • Group discussions

    The training is delivered face to face, however, alternative arrangements can be made with the trainer should remote locations and situation prevent participants from not being able to attend sessions.

     

    Licensing/Regulatory Requirents

    Participants must be over 21 years old to participant in this course.

    • Road Traffic Code 2000
    • Vehicle Standards Regulations 2002
    • Dangerous Goods Code 7th Edition
    • Occupational Safety and Health Act

     

    On Completion

    On successful completion of this course participants will receive a receipt with Login number for terminal assessments

    Each participant is responsible for arranging their own terminal assessment at either Coogee Chemicals or Kewdale Terminal

  • Dangerous Goods Awareness
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    Course Duration
    Half Day 8:00am to 12:00pm
    Course Start Date/s
    Monday, 14 Jan 2019
    Course Cost
    $200 per student

    This course can be contextualised to cater for your company needs.

    Only participation certificates will be issued

    Content

    • 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

  • Explosives Course
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    Course Duration
    1 Day
    Course Start Date/s
    Course Cost
    $270.00 per student
    Course Code
    TLID2016 (Load and unload explosives/dangerous goods)

    Content

    • 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
    • Documentation
    • Legislation
    • Classification of explosive substances
    • Marking of Packages
    • HAZCHEM Code
    • Placarding of vehicles, Freight containers, Carry boxes and IBC’S

  • Chain of Responsibility - Level 1 - Frontline Staff
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    Course Duration
    1 Day 8:00am to 4:00pm
    Course Start Date/s
    Friday, 18 Jan 2019
    Course Cost(weekday)
    $250.00 per student
    Course Cost(weekend)
    $290.00 per student
    Course Code
    TLIF0001 - Apply chain of responsibility legislation, regulations and workplace procedures

    Class Size

    Participant 6 (min) - 15 (max)

    Please Note

    A daily rate will be used should a client want to make a group booking. 

    Course

    This course is designed for frontline staff in operational and individual job roles such as lead schedulers/fleet organisers, packers, loaders and drivers or any staff have influence over these roles. In particular with understanding WA vs Heavy Vehicle National Law (HVNL), This course will provide students with the skills and knowledge to follow the requirements of the Chain of Responsibility legislation, as per their role and the understanding of others roles and impact in the supply chain.  The course is delivered face-to-face and include workbooks and tools to support an assessment of CoR compliance and enable participants to understand and apply their knowledge and skill to CoR compliance responsibilities and appropriate work practices and requirements in your organisation.

    The knowledge and skills covered in this course directly relates to the nationally recognised unit of competency

    This course is assessed through assessing your knowledge with the use of tasks, short answer, practical and verbal based assessments.

    The outcomes of this course will enable the participant to:

    • Understand and Explain the Chain of Responsibility law, as it relates to WA’s compliance and enforcement chain of responsibility laws and those relating to Heavy Vehicle National Law.
    • Understand and explain the requirements and need for adequate and safe load restraint, appropriate load mass and dimension.
    • Understanding and prevention of driver fatigue and speed related requirements as linked to WA and HVNL.
    • Participants must be able to distinguish and explain the difference between WA compliance and enforcement- CoR requirements and Heavy vehicle national law, and communicate  action required in regards to the  CoR controls required and identifying the consequences of not following such standards.
    • Key requirements are identifying, understanding and explaining key roles and responsibilities,
    • Action and requirements to areas covered under CoR in under WA and HVNL.
    • Identify and explain potential examples or actual breaches of the chain of responsibility law and what action is required by key stakeholders in the chain in regarding to identification, reporting, documentation and prevention.
    • Breach examples linked to Consequences, breach categories and potential outcomes
    • Identify, understand and explain Reasonable steps to defence.

    The Chain of Responsibility legislation is contained in the Road Traffic (Vehicles) Act 2012 and the Road Traffic (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:

    https://www.slp.wa.gov.au/legislation/statutes.nsf/main_mrtitle_4471_homepage.html

    http://www.slp.wa.gov.au/legislation/statutes.nsf/main_mrtitle_12926_homepage.html

    Please Note: Attending this training can assist in meeting, understanding and applying the compliance and legislative requirements that are a must for all parties in the transport chain.

    On Completion

    On successful completion of the course , participants will recieve a Statement of Attainment

  • Chain of Responsibility - Level 2 - Supervisors and Managers
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    Course Duration
    1 Day 8:00am to 4:00pm
    Course Start Date/s
    Course Cost(weekday)
    $340.00 per student
    Course Cost(weekend)
    $410.00 per student
    Course Code
    TLIF0002 - Administer chain of responsibility policies and procedures

    Class Size

    Participant 3 (min) - 15 (max)

    Please Note

    A daily rate will be used should a client want to make a group booking. 

    Pre-requisite

    It's a prerequisite that participants in this course will have completed the Level 1 - Frontline Staff - Apply chain of responsibility legislation, regulations and workplace procedures (TLIF0001)

    Course

    This course is designed for frontline Managers and Supervisors.  In particular with understanding WA vs Heavy Vehicle and National Law (HVNL) and where roles such as lead schedulers/fleet organisers, packers, loaders and drivers or have influence over these roles. The course supports Managers and Supervisors to implement CoR compliant work practices. The courses are delivered face-to-face and include workbooks and tools to support an assessment of CoR compliance and enable supervision of CoR compliance systems in your organisation.

    The Management training covered in this course directly relates to the nationally recognised unit of competency

    This one day face-to-face training includes assessments with a series of written, verbal and practical based assessment requirements. A portfolio of evidence and workplace projects can also be used as evidence of submission and used during training to link and relate to your workplace and administrative controls to show review of your current policies, procedures and other documentation to gauge currency, relevant and ensuring they meet CoR requirements, and how or what can be amended or looked at to ensure roles and responsibilities can be communicated, understood and executed.

    The outcomes of this course will enable the participant to:

    • Explain CoR framework, policies, procedures and tools (WA VS HVNL)
    • Ensure the Implementation of  existing policies, procedures and tools in the workplace
    • The ability to Review and update workplace procedures and tools to ensure they meet CoR requirements
    • Understand and complete the required CoR related records, conduct analysis, document and reports outcomes and implementation needs
    • Identify impacted roles within the work area and improvements
    • Communicate responsibilities to the roles within their work area to ensure continuous improvement and compliance

    The Chain of Responsibility legislation is contained in the Road Traffic (Vehicles) Act 2012 and the Road Traffic (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:
     

    https://www.slp.wa.gov.au/legislation/statutes.nsf/main_mrtitle_4471_homepage.html


    http://www.slp.wa.gov.au/legislation/statutes.nsf/main_mrtitle_12926_homepage.html

    Other useful links:

    https://www.mainroads.wa.gov.au/UsingRoads/HeavyVehicles/Compliance/Pages/CoR.aspx

    https://www.nhvr.gov.au/safety-accreditation-compliance/chain-of-responsibility

     

    On Completion

    On successful completion of this course, participants will recieve a Statement of Attainment

  • Chain of Responsibility - Level 3 - Managers and Directors
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    Course Duration
    1 Day 8:00am to 4:00pm
    Course Start Date/s
    Course Cost(weekday)
    $420.00 per student
    Course Cost(weekend)
    $490.00 per student
    Course Code
    TLIF0003 - Develop and implement policies and procedures to ensure chain of responsibility compliance

    Class Size

    Participant 3 (min) - 15 (max)

    Please Note

    A daily rate will be used should a client want to make a group booking. 

    Pre-requisite

    It's a prerequisite that participants in this course will have completed the Level 1 - Frontline Staff - Apply chain of responsibility legislation, regulations and workplace procedures (TLIF0001)

    Course

    This course is designed for Senior Managers, Owners and those higher in the chain that are outlined and covered by Chain of Responsibility laws. It enables Senior Managers and higher level staff members in the chain to design and implement appropriate CoR policies, procedures, and tools aligned to their business needs, compliance, legislation and accreditation requirements. This face-to-face course includes workbooks, tools and a suite of policy and procedure templates to support CoR review and implementation in your organisation.

    The senior level management and Executive Training covered in this course directly relates to the nationally recognised unit of competency

    This one day, face to face training includes assessments with a series of written, verbal and practical based assessment requirements. A portfolio of evidence and workplace projects can also be used as evidence of submission and used during training to link and relate to your workplace and administrative controls, to allow you direct, visual connection and control and working through these documents as linked to course outcomes and requirements. This course will help you ensure and be confident in assessing COR business needs, review and develop or amend current or new policies, procedure and tools to ensure adequate monitoring, review and analysis of requirements within your business and team.

    The outcomes of this course will enable the participant to:

    • Explain CoR framework, policies, procedures and tools (WA VS Heavy Vehicle National Law)
    • Assess business policies, procedures and tools
    • Develop required new policies, procedures and tools
    • Validate existing policies, procedures and tools
    • Update existing policies, procedures and tools
    • Monitor, review, analyse and make changes or evaluate effectiveness, outcomes, controls and standards.   

    The Chain of Responsibility legislation is contained in the Road Traffic (Vehicles) Act 2012 and the Road Traffic (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:
     

    https://www.slp.wa.gov.au/legislation/statutes.nsf/main_mrtitle_4471_homepage.html

    http://www.slp.wa.gov.au/legislation/statutes.nsf/main_mrtitle_12926_homepage.html

    Other useful links:

    https://www.mainroads.wa.gov.au/UsingRoads/HeavyVehicles/Compliance/Pages/CoR.aspx

    https://www.nhvr.gov.au/safety-accreditation-compliance/chain-of-responsibility

     

     

    On Completion

    On successful completion of the course, participants will recieve a Statement of Attainment

  • Order Picking Forklift Truck
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    Course Duration
    1 Day
    Course Start Date/s
    Course Cost(weekday)
    $265.00 per student
    Course Cost(weekend)
    $320.00 per student
    Course Code
    TLILIC2002 - Licence to operate an order picking forklift truck

    Please Note:

    The Illuminate Group does not deliver this training as a public course and can only deliver this on client sites.

    Illuminate Group does offer on-site training & assessment by an Accredited Worksafe Assessor  in compliance Worksafe Regulations.

    In order to book a group we require a minimum of 3 participants to a maximum of 6.

    If you have any further enquiries, please lodge a request (via the online booking form) to request a Customer Service Officer to contact you.

     

    Pre-requisite

    • Participants need to be at least 18 years of age

    • Participants must have basic level of english literacy and numeracy skills and knowledge to be able to complete written theory assessment and understand spoken instructions in the practical component

    • Must wear fully enclosed shoes

      

    Unique Student Identifier  

    In order to recieve a Statement of Attainment, you must have a USI#.  Please remember to bring your USI when you attend your training course.

    If you don't have one you can create your USI# at http://usi.gov.au/create-your-USI/Pages/default.aspx, it only takes a few minutes. 

    Course

     The course will include theory and practical assessments covering the following aspects;

    • Pre-start checks

    • Start up checks

    • Shut down procedures

    • Calculations

    • General operations of a forklift

    • Communications

    • Safe Operation - Hazard identification and controls/planning

    • Load assessment including Rated Capacity and Load Centre Distances

    • OHS/WHS legislation and HRWL

     

    On Completion

    On successful completion participants will recieve;

    • 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

  • 2 Day Licence to operate a forklift truck (Beginners)
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    Course Duration
    2 Days
    Course Start Date/s
    Course Cost(weekday)
    $390.00 per student
    Course Cost(weekend)
    $430.00 per student
    Course Code
    TLILIC2001 - Licence to operate a forklift truck

    Please Note:

    The Illuminate Group does not deliver this training as a public course and can only deliver this on client sites.

    Illuminate Group does offer on-site training & assessment by an Accredited Worksafe Assessor  in compliance Worksafe Regulations.

    In order to book a group we require a minimum of 3 participants up to a maximum of 6.

    If you have any further enquiries, please lodge a request (via the online booking form) to request a Customer Service Officer to contact you.

      

    Pre-requisite 

    • Participants need to be at least 18 years of age

    • Participants must have basic level of english literacy and numeracy skills and knowledge to be able to complete written theory assessment and understand spoken instructions in the practical component

    • Must wear fully enclosed shoes

      

    Unique Student Identifier  

    In order to recieve a Statement of Attainment, you must have a USI#.  Please remember to bring your USI when you attend your training course.

    If you don't have one you can create your USI# at http://usi.gov.au/create-your-USI/Pages/default.aspx, it only takes a few minutes. 

    Course

    The course will include theory and practical assessments covering the following aspects;

    • Pre-start checks

    • Start up checks

    • Shut down procedures

    • Calculations

    • General operations of a forklift

    • Communications

    • Safe Operation - Hazard identification and controls/planning

    • Load assessment including Rated Capacity and Load Centre Distances

    • OHS/WHS legislation and HRWL
       

    On Completion

    On successful completion, participants will recieve a;

    • 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 TLILIC2001 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

  • 1 Day Licence to operate a forklift truck (Experienced)
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    Course Duration
    1 Day
    Course Start Date/s
    Course Cost(weekday)
    $250.00 per student
    Course Cost(weekend)
    $310.00 per student
    Course Code
    TLILIC2001 - Licence to operate a forklift truck

    Please Note:

    The Illuminate Group does not deliver this training as a public course and can only deliver this on client sites.

    Illuminate Group does offer on-site training & assessment by an Accredited Worksafe Assessor  in compliance Worksafe Regulations.

    In order to book a group we require a minimum of 3 participants to a maximum of 6.

    If you have any further enquiries, please lodge a request (via the online booking form) to request a Customer Service Officer to contact you.

     

    Pre-requisite

    • Participants need to be at least 18 years of age

    • Participants must have basic level of english literacy and numeracy skills and knowledge to be able to complete written theory assessment and understand spoken instructions in the practical component

    • Must wear fully enclosed shoes

     

    Unique Student Identifier

    In order to recieve a Statement of Attainment, you must have a USI#.  Please remember to bring your USI when you attend your training course.

    If you don't have one you can create your USI# at http://usi.gov.au/create-your-USI/Pages/default.aspx, it only takes a few minutes. 

    Course

    The course will include theory and practical assessments covering the following aspects;

    • Pre-start checks

    • Start up checks

    • Shut down procedures

    • Calculations

    • General operations of a forklift

    • Communications

    • Safe Operation - Hazard identification and controls/planning

    • Load assessment including Rated Capacity and Load Centre Distances

    • OHS/WHS legislation and HRWL

     

    On Completion

    On successful completion, participants will recieve a;

    • 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 TLILIC2001 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 Licence.

    • Licence valid for 5 years

  • Heavy Vehicle Pilot Escort Training
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    Course Duration
    3-4 Days depending on numbers. (Min 6 Participants) Please confirm upon booking
    Course Start Date/s
    Tuesday, 29 Jan 2019 - Thursday, 31 Jan 2019
    Course Cost
    $1,250.00 per student
    Course Code
    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)

    Heavy Vehicle 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. 

    Please go to the Mainroads website for more information: https://project.mainroads.wa.gov.au/heavyvehiclepilot/Pages/default.aspx

    Heavy Vehicle Pilot Refersher course is available (1 Day duration), if interested, please make an enquiry with the Illuminate Group

  • Heavy Vehicle Pilot Escort Refresher Training
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    Course Duration
    2 Days 8:00am to 4:00pm
    Course Start Date/s
    Wednesday, 30 Jan 2019 - Thursday, 31 Jan 2019
    Course Cost
    $450.00 per student

    The Heavy Vehicle Pilot Escort refresher training will reinforce compliance requirements to ensure currency of knowledge.

     

    Participants will attain a certificate of participation.

     

    Should you have any questions in relation to why you need this refresher training, please refer to the Mainroads Website: https://project.mainroads.wa.gov.au/heavyvehiclepilot/Pages/default.aspx

  • First Aid Training
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    Course Duration
    1 Day
    Course Start Date/s
    Course Cost
    $175.00 per student
    Course Code
    HLTAID001, HLTAID002, HLTAID003

  • Fatigue Management
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    Course Duration
    Half a day
    Course Start Date/s
    Course Cost
    $200.00 per student
    Course Code
    TLIF2010 (Apply fatigue management strategies)

    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.