TLILIC2001 LICENCE TO OPERATE A FORKLIFT TRUCK
Course Information Brochure:
The training and assessment for the TLILIC2001 Licence to operate a forklift truck is conducted by C.A.T. Driving Academy in conjunction with Further Education training & Assessment (FETA) RTO No. 40543
Licence to operate a forklift truck
The TLILIC2001 Licence to operate a forklift truck unit of competency specifies the skills and knowledge for the operation of a industrial truck equipped with lifting media made up of a mast and an elevating load carriage to which is attached a pair of fork arms or other arms that can be raised 900 mm or more above the ground, but does not include a pedestrian-operated truck or a pallet truck.
This unit of competency requires the operator to be able plan the work, conduct routine checks on the forklift, shift loads in a safe manner, and shut down and secure the equipment after the completion of operations.
Assessment of this unit will be undertaken in line with National SafeWork licensing requirements and successful completion of these assessments will result in a HRW license. Course Overview The forklift course handbook is given to all applicants when enrolling into the course. This handbook must be studied prior to attending the course in order to complete the written test. For applicants who require assistance in completing the theory test, we are able to offer a verbal test (at an additional cost).
 All learning resources are supplied as part of the course cost and supplied on enrolment Course Delivery Information Day Course
 The delivery is conducted over 3 days and requires pre-reading
 1 day theory training in the classroom is face to face and requires interaction of all participants approximately 50% course duration which covers
 Required knowledge
 Calculations
 1 day performance (practical) training consists of simulated “on the job” scenario approximately 50% course duration
 1 day assessment using SafeWork National assessment instruments by an independent assessor not involved with the training of the unit of competency
Night Course
 The delivery is conducted over 3 nights and 1 day and requires pre-reading
 2 nights theory training in the classroom is face to face and requires interaction of all participants approximately 50% course duration which covers
 Required knowledge
 Calculations
 1 night performance (practical) training consists of simulated “on the job” scenario approximately 50% course duration
 1 day assessment using SafeWork National assessment instruments by an independent assessor not involved with the training of the unit of competency
The Assessment Tasks to complete this unit are;
Formative Assessment
Covers Knowledge, Calculations and Practical completed during the course delivery
Summative Assessment
The assessment tasks required to be successfully completed for the issue of a HRW licence on the 3rd day using the Nationally Endorsed WHS SafeWork assessment instruments.
 Assessments consist of
 Knowledge assessment
 Calculation assessment
 Performance assessment (Practical)
Reassessment
If a student is assessed as being not yet competent a retraining and reassessment process will occur at a cost of
 Knowledge assessment and or Calculation assessment $100.00
 Knowledge assessment and or Calculation assessment and Performance assessment (Practical) $150.00
Applicants cannot be reassessed for a minimum of 48 hours from the date of the original assessment
Eligibility and Entry requirements:
Participants require the following:
 Basic English, literacy and numeracy skills at a level sufficient to read and interpret workplace documentation (tested on enrolment)
 Age Requirement of 18 years
 Proof of NSW address
 100 Points of identification as identified on the SafeWork evidence of identity requirements brochure (1 of must include a Photo identification)
 Wear appropriate clothing and appropriate footwear (fully enclosed).
 PPE (high visibility vest will be provided for use in the course).
The location of training and assessment will be confirmed during the application and enrolment process.
Information relating to the Enrolment Process, Refund Policy and Complaints and Appeals can be found in the Student Handbook and on www.catdrivingacademy.com.au

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