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Certificate II in Driving Operations TLI21216
Certificate III in Driving Operations TLI31216

 

Short Overview

 

These nationally accredited qualifications are designed for driving operations roles within the Transport and Logistics Industry. Successful completion of the qualifications will require competence in the units of competency that relate to job role requirements that are aligned to AQF levels II or III.

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Detailed Course Information

Job Roles

These nationally accredited qualifications are designed for drivingoperations roles within the Transport and Logistics Industry. Successfulcompletion of the qualifications will require competence in the units ofcompetency that relate to job role requirements that are aligned to  AQF levels II or III. Job roles will varyacross different sectors but may include:

Job roles aligned to AQF level III:

  • Line Haul Driver
  • Local General Heavy Freight Driver
  • Interstate Driver

Job roles aligned to AQF level II:

  • Express driver
  • Pick-up and delivery driver
  • Courier
  • Priority delivery driver

 

Entry requirements

Successful completion of licensing units within the qualification must align with the licensing requirements, including minimum age, driving experience and medical requirements as determined by the Department for Planning, Transport and Infrastructure.

Course Content

Each qualification consists of units of competency that reflect the skills and knowledge needed to work in a driving operations role within the Transport and Logistics industry. Certificate II requires completion of 18 units, based on either of the job streams General or Medium Freight., Certificate III requires completion of 18 units based on the job stream Heavy General Freight. Please refer to the next page for details of competency units and packaging requirements for the qualifications.
  
For the units selection and full course description click here.

Delivery

Courses are structured on a flexible basis to meet the needs of students. Delivery may be over 20 consecutive days or scheduled periodically, example I day per fortnight to meet student and or work needs.
Additional time may be required to complete training for the appropriate class of licence.
Delivery includes classroom theory, practical training and assessment and on job assessment of skills. (Conducted by a Courtesy Assessor). Units may be clustered to provide a more holistic delivery and assessment program.

Recognition of prior learning

Recognition of prior learning is a form of assessment that provides the opportunity for you to have you skills knowledge and experience values and count towards a formal qualification.
You may have gained these skills or knowledge through training, work experience or general experiences such as committee memberships or volunteer work. There is a charge for RPL; however the process will save you valuable time and money. 
Before you enrol in a course you may speak to your trainer to see if this process will be of value to you. RPL application forms are available from trainers.
For the Licence to Drive Units, persons who hold a current licence of the relevant class will receive automatic RPL for the relevant unit. 

More Information

For information about the assessment process, fees and refund policy click here.

 

 

 

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