Assessment and Course Delivery
- Assessment is both theory and practical: 2 days face to face: small groups
- Declaration of experience or logbook demonstrating hours of experience is encouraged
- Courses are run on demand at our site 336 Diment Road, Burton SA 5110
- Cost $395.00 (without CITB eligible worker ID Number)
- Cost $275.00 (with CITB eligible worker ID Number)
Cost per participant includes learning materials, assessment materials (theory & practical) and issue of the statement of attainment. Tea, coffee and water are provided.
To find out if you are eligible for CITB funding please contact the Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) on (08) 8172 9500.
To provide participants with the skills and knowledge to conduct forklift operations in accordance with Safe Work Australia’s national standard for licensing persons performing High Risk Work.
On successful completion participants will be issued with a Statement of Attainment for TLILIC0003 Licence to operate a forklift truck. In addition a Notice of Satisfactory Assessment (NSA) and Tax Invoice will be issued. The tax invoice must be taken to a Service SA Customer Service Centre or an Australia Post Photo Point outlet in South Australia within 60 days of the date of issue or it will expire. You will need to take 100-point identification with original documents. Your Licence to Perform High Risk Work Card will be posted to you and it will expire and become due for renewal in 5 years. The cost of the licence fee of $79.50 (payable at Australia Post or Service SA) is not included in the training and assessment fee.
- Plan work including WHS principles, calculation of load capacity and identify hazards
- Conduct routine checks on the forklift
- Shift loads in a safe manner at varying heights and positions
- Shut down equipment and secure site on completion of operations
Pre-requisites / Clothing & Equipment Requirements
- Students must be 18 years of age, hold a current driver’s licence, be able to undertake basic mathematical calculations and be able to speak and understand basic English to communicate to a level in order to perform their duties safely.
- Students must provide photo identification upon enrolment in the course (e.g. driver’s licence; passport or proof of age card).
- Students must wear personal protective equipment while attending the course including long sleeve shirt, steel capped boots and long trousers.
- Students must have a unique student identifier (USI) to obtain their nationally accredited certificate or qualification. To apply for a USI go to www.usi.gov.au.
- Students are required to read the learning materials prior to attending the course.
- If you have any concerns re literacy please advise our staff at first point of contact.