Course: $160ENROL IN TLIF0006
You MUST HAVE a webcam on a PC, Laptop, iPad type tablet device in order to do this online course.
If you do not have a webcam capable device then you will NOT be able to do this online course.
The webcam MUST remain ON for the duration of the course.
DO NOT turn off, cover or block the view of the webcam whilst you are logged into the course.
At random times through the course the webcam takes a picture of who answered questions, this is to maintain the integrity of the course by seeing the person who enrolled in the course IS the person answering the questions.
If it is found the webcam is blocked, turned off or covered and there is no vision for those pictures then the assessment is deemed Void and it will be Reset again by assessors.
Undertaking this course Online will require you have Internet access with reasonable speed and at least one of the following:
- A Computer with a webcam, or
- A Smartphone with a front facing Camera, or
- A tablet type device (iPad or Similar) with a front facing Camera, or
- A laptop with a Camera.
Please ensure you ONLY use “Google Chrome or Microsoft Edge” to access the course and the assessments.
DO NOT USE Safari, (Internet Explorer) or Firefox as they are known to have issues with accessing the video assessments and it will not allow you to complete the course.
The Camera must be activated while you are on- line doing the course, as part of a continuous verification process, and to enable you to answer any Video based Questions when prompted.
Ensure your Camera and Device are located and used where the Privacy of others can be maintained.
This unit, TLIF0006 Administer a fatigue risk management system, involves the skills and knowledge required to administer a fatigue management system in the Heavy Vehicle sector. In particular, how to implement and monitor fatigue management strategies; and recognising breaches of fatigue management policies, procedures and regulations.
NOTE: A copy of your Driver’s Licence with Photo will be required for Identification purposes with the enrollment.
Furthermore, it includes developing and accessing staff competence in fatigue management; providing feedback to staff on any shortcomings in their fatigue management skills and knowledge; and reporting to management on the implementation of fatigue management policy and procedures.
Therefore, persons achieving competence in this unit will need to fulfill the requirements of the applicable Commonwealth and state/territory legislation and relevant regulations covering the management of fatigue in the workplace. Work is performed under limited supervision generally as a team leader or supervisor. It involves the application of relevant regulations and the principles of fatigue management when administering the implementation of an organisation’s fatigue management strategies during work operations in a defined workplace.
This course is especially relevant for Schedulers, Owner/Operators, Load Managers, Team Leaders and Supervisors in the Heavy Vehicle Industry.
This unit of competency also forms part of the course for Certificate IV in Specialist Driving Operations TLI40122.
Finally, successful completion of the unit of competency, ensures you comply with the National Heavy Vehicle Legislation and National Heavy Vehicle Accreditation Scheme (NHVAS) requirements. You will receive a Statement of Attainment.
- Online: Access anywhere, anytime through broadband internet. See Course Information once you have enrolled to check required Computer specifications.
- Group/class environment. Contact KRTS for details and how to arrange for this mode of delivery.
- Learners undertaking this course must meet the language, literacy and numeracy requirements of this unit. Where support is needed talk with the KRTS Assessor.
- 4 – 6 hours depending on learners experience. All learners must successfully complete all assessments as per course requirements.
- The RTO reserves the right to verify the identity of the person enrolled to ensure they are the person doing the course.