IMPORTANT: FATIGUE MANAGEMENT QUALIFICATION UPDATES
From 1st July 2018, heavy vehicle operators wishing to apply for accreditation under the National Heavy Vehicle Accreditation Scheme (NHVAS) fatigue management modules will need their drivers, schedulers, and supervisors or managers of drivers or schedulers, to complete the new fatigue units of competency through an NHVR approved Registered Training Organisations (RTOs).
Urban E-Learning have been approved by the National Heavy Vehicle Regulator to deliver the new fatigue management units of competency:
- TLIF0005 - Apply a fatigue risk management system
- TLIF0006 - Administer a fatigue risk management system
These courses are now available through face to face delivery and will soon be available online!
If you are unsure about which unit(s) you or your employees require, click here to check the requirements for becoming accredited under the NHVAS Fatigue Management modules.
These new units are only required for new applications to become accredited under the National Heavy Vehicle Accreditation Scheme (applications made from 01 July 2018 onwards).
Those who achieved competency in either TLIF2010 or TLIF3063 AND applied for or were approved for accreditation under the NHVAS prior to 01 July 2018 will not be required to complete the new units, previous competencies will continue to be recognised for fatigue accreditation under NHVAS.
These new units do not supersede units TLIF2010, TLIF3063 and TLIF 4064 in any other capacity.
TLIF2010, TLIF3063 and TLIF 4064 are still nationally recognised units of competency that count towards other nationally recognised qualifications (such as certificate and diploma qualifications in logistics and driving operations). TLIF2010, TLIF3063 and TLIF 4064 can also still be used by drivers, operators and organisations who do not require and/or wish to have accreditation under the NHVAS to demonstrate that they have obtained skills and knowledge in relation to:
- Applying fatigue management strategies (drivers), and
- Administering the implementation of fatigue management strategies (supervisors and managers)
Please contact us for a price for non-Brisbane face-to-face delivery or delivery onsite at your organisation
We offer four levels of fatigue management training. The table below outlines each of the courses we offer. Click on the links in the "More Information" column to find out more about each course
|Course Name||Target Staff||Course Description||Nationally Recognised Training||Delivery||Price||More Info|
|Basic Fatigue Management Level 1||General staff|
For an introduction to fatigue management the course includes the content of the nationally recognised course (TLIF2010) but only a short quiz based assessment.
|Fatigue Management Level 1 (TLIF2010)||General staff, drivers, operators|
This is the full nationally recognised course that meets the requirements of the unit of competency "TLIF2010 Apply fatigue management strategies".
|Fatigue Management Level 2 (TLIF3063)||Frontline managers/ supervisors & schedulers|
This is the full nationally recognised course that meets the requirements of the unit of competency "TLIF3063 Administer the implementation of fatigue management strategies".
|Fatigue Management Level 3 (TLIF4064)||Senior managers|
This is the full nationally recognised course that meets the requirements of the unit of competency "TLIF4064 Manage fatigue management policy and procedures".
|Drivers NHVAS Fatigue Management Level 1 (TLIF0005)||Drivers under your own or your operator’s Basic or Advanced Fatigue Management Accreditation|
If you drive a heavy vehicle under your own or your operator’s Basic or Advanced Fatigue Management Accreditation, you will need to have a statement of attainment for the TLIF0005 - Apply a fatigue risk management system unit of competency. 1
Distance (Coming Soon)
Online (Coming Soon)
$149*(Distance - Coming Soon)
$149*(Online - Coming Soon)
|Schedulers NHVAS Fatigue Management Level 2 (TLIF0006)||Scheduler or Driver Supervisor under your own or your operator’s Basic or Advanced Fatigue Management Accreditation|
If you are a scheduler (as described in the heavy vehicle driver fatigue legislation), or someone who supervises or manages drivers and scheduling staff under your own or your operator’s Basic or Advanced Fatigue Management Accreditation, you are required to have a statement of attainment for the TLIF0006 - Administer A Fatigue Risk Management System unit of competency. 1
Distance (Coming Soon)
Online (Coming Soon)
$180*(Distance - Coming Soon)
$180*(Online - Coming Soon)
*Corporate Discounts available
**Face-to-face prices are for Brisbane-based sessions and include assessments completed online after the training session.
1This unit of competency must be completed through a Registered Training Organisation that has been approved by the National Heavy Vehicle Regulator. Urban E-Learning are fully approved by ASQA and the NHVR to deliver this training so you can rest assured that your qualification will meet the specific requirements of your or your operator’s Fatigue Management Accreditation. You can check our approval status here.
While being awarded this unit of competency is a necessary requirement to operate under National Heavy Vehicle Regulator (NHVR) Fatigue Management Accreditation, it is only one of the criteria for approval. Prospective NHVAS applicants should check with the NHVR to ensure they are able to meet all requirements before undertaking training and assessment.
Please contact us for pricing for non-Brisbane based sessions, sessions delivered onsite at your organisation or sessions that include completion of assessments during the training session.
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