Sitetrain are pleased to announce that we are now approved by WorkCover to conduct High Risk Work Assessments for TLILIC2001 Licence to operate a forklift truck and TLILIC2005 Licence to operate a boom-type elevating work platform (boom length 11 meters or more).
If your company is keen to get training done early in the New Year please contact the office ASAP. We are currently taking bookings for those businesses who want to start 2019 off with some High Risk Training.
Does Sitetrain offer any High Risk Courses open to the public?
Unfortunately we do not offer public courses. Our courses are for businesses and are run at our client’s venues, using their machinery. There may be opportunities to fill a place on a course from time to time. This is not a common practice and if spaces become available with client permission, to reduce costs for client or to make course viable we will open course up to the public. If you would like to put you name down on a waiting list if any of these opportunities come up, we will contact you. Also keep and eye on our Facebook page as we will post available spaces.
How long will the course take?
Both TLILIC2001 Licence to operate a forklift truck and TLILIC2005 Licence to operate a boom-type elevating work platform (boom length 11 meters or more) are three day courses. Two days of training and one day for assessment.
Are there options to reduce time of training?
You can contact the office and speak to our trainer to discuss options for a log book or for very experienced drivers training may be able to be shortened. This is on an individual basis and needs to be discussed in detail with trainer.
What are the costs?
Cost of course is $650.00 per person paid to Sitetrain. Plus a licence fee of $72.50 per class – this fee is not a Sitetrain fee and is subject to change and is paid at the post office when student applies for their licence.
What will I be awarded?
Sitetrain will award you with a Statement of Attainment when student achieves competency in all assessment areas. You will also be given a form from the Assessor and an NSA Form (Notice of Satisfactory Assessment Form). The student then takes the NSA form to Australia Post and provides Evidence of Identity and pays the licence fee, he/she can then be issued with a High Risk Licence by Safework for that class of licence which student has achieved competency. It is critical that the student does this withing 60 days of assessment or the student will need to completed the assessment with an approved assessor and receive a new NSA Form.
If you have any further question please don’t hesitate to give us a call (02) 6851 5790.
Damien Palazzi Kylie Godden
0428 540 681 0420 540 682
Sitetrain is a trading name of Proper Preparation OHS & Training Specialists Pty Ltd