TLILIC0003 Licence to operate a forklift truck (NSW Only)

Started on January 1, 1970 3 days


Learners must be a minimum of 18 years of age.

Provide 100 points of ID on Day 1 of training.

Learners must live in NSW and have a NSW address.

COURSE NUMBERS: Minimum 6, maximum 8.

Day 1: Theory and paperwork preparation, forklift pre-start and familiarisation, practical exercises. 

Day 2: Theory, practical exercises and Sitetrain’s theory examination and forklift proficiency assessment by our Trainer. 

Day 3: Assessment for High Risk Work licence by an independent HRW Assessor.  This involves both theory and practical skills examination. 

This Nationally Accredited course provides learners with the skills and knowledge required to operate a forklift truck safely.  A person performing this work is required to hold a forklift truck High Risk Work (HRW) licence. 

Learning for the course includes: 

  • Planning work requirements – hazards, work area, forklift operation, shutting down and securing the area. 
  • Conducting routine checks – pre-start of machine and work area, signage and barricading. 
  • Shift loads – ground suitability, loads, overhead powerlines and other area hazards. 
  • Shutting down and securing forklift – suitable parking areas, securing from unauthorised use, post operational checks, reporting of incidents/accidents. 

Sitetrain will come to your workplace for this training and assessment so your staff can become accustomed to your equipment.  Alternatively, Sitetrain can provide a suitable training area and equipment near your workplace. 

The course will be delivered using a combination of classroom-based instruction and practical skills development sessions.  Training will be co-ordinated from Sitetrain head office and delivered at your workplace. 

Learners will participate in facilitated learning sessions using PowerPoint presentations, handouts, practical exercises on a forklift and discussion.

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