Logistics training courses

Whether you are part of the Linfox team or a driver who is looking for further accreditation in Victoria or New South Wales, Linfox Operational Training has a range of course options for you.

Linfox Operational Training is approved by local regulators to carry out a range of training courses including Heavy Vehicle Licensing in Victoria and New South Wales and Forklift Licensing in Victoria, New South Wales and Queensland.

Select a course below for further information:

Heavy Rigid Licence Course

Course location:

Victoria

What is a heavy rigid:

A motor vehicle including a bus or a truck that has a gross vehicle mass (GVM) of more than eight tonnes and has three or more axles.
Course breakdown: This course provides theory and practical training including a demonstration drive; vehicle handling skills and load restraint and on-road training in everyday driving conditions

Course content:

  • Road laws
  • Pre-drive check
  • Cabin check
  • Starting and stopping sequence
  • Demonstration drive
  • City and highway driving
  • Defensive driving
  • Turning and handling
  • Reversing
  • System of vehicle control

Pre-requisites:

  • Must have held a current Australia driver licence (car) for two years
  • Meet the medical requirements under the Assessing Fitness to Drive (AFTD) Guidelines

Duration:

Two days

Vehicle type:

  • Synchromesh
  • Non-Synchromesh

Statement of attainment:

Participants who successfully complete additional training and assessment will gain further knowledge about operating a Heavy Rigid Vehicle, as well as receive a statement of attainment in TLILIC2016 Licence to drive a heavy rigid vehicle, which is nationally recognised within the industry.

Cost:

  • Linfox Employees – $900
  • External participants – $1400
  • Optional for external participants: Statement of attainment – $100

Click here to view & download course outline (PDF)

 

Heavy Combination Licence Course

Course location:

Victoria

What is a heavy combination truck:

A prime mover which is attached to a single semi-trailer that has a gross vehicle mass (GVM) of more than nine tonnes, plus any unladen converter dolly. Or a rigid motor vehicle which is attached to a trailer that has a GVM of more than nine tonnes plus any unladen converter dolly.

Course breakdown:

This course provides theory and practical training including a demonstration drive; vehicle handling skills and load restraint and on-road training in everyday driving conditions.

Course content:

  • Road laws
  • Pre-drive check
  • Cabin check
  • Starting and stopping sequence
  • Demonstration drive
  • City and highway driving
  • Defensive driving
  • Turning and handling
  • Reversing
  • System of vehicle control
  • Trailer coupling and uncoupling
  • Articulated vehicle road craft
  • Park or trailer brake start
  • Load security

Pre-requisites:

  • Must have held a medium rigid or heavy rigid licence for at least 12 months
  • Meet the medical requirements under the Assessing Fitness to Drive (AFTD) Guidelines

Duration:

Two days

Vehicle type:

  • Non-Synchromesh
  • Automatic

Statement of attainment:

Participants who successfully complete additional training and assessment will gain further knowledge about operating a Heavy Combination Vehicle, as well as receive a statement of attainment in TLILIC3017 Licence to drive a heavy combination vehicle, which is nationally recognised within the industry.

Cost:

  • Linfox Employees – $1100
  • External participants – $1400
  • Optional for external participants: Statement of attainment – $100

Click here to view & download course outline (PDF)

 

Multi – Combination Licence Course

Course location:

Victoria

What is a heavy combination truck:

A motor vehicle with more than one trailer.

Course breakdown:

This course provides theory and practical training including a demonstration drive and on-road training in everyday driving conditions.

Course content:

  • Road laws
  • Legal requirements
  • Approved B-Double routes
  • Pre-drive check
  • Cabin check
  • Slow speed manoeuvring
  • Starting and stopping sequence
  • Demonstration drive
  • City and highway driving
  • Reversing
  • System of vehicle control
  • Defensive driving wheel tracking, turning and handling

Pre-requisites:

  • Must have held a heavy combination or a heavy rigid licence for at least 12 months
  • Meet the medical requirements under the Assessing Fitness to Drive (AFTD) Guidelines

Duration:

Two days

Vehicle type:

  • Non-Synchromesh
  • Automatic

Statement of attainment:

Participants who successfully complete additional training and assessment will gain further knowledge about operating a Multi-Combination Vehicle, as well as receive a statement of attainment in TLILIC3018 Licence to drive a multi-combination vehicle, which is nationally recognised within the industry.

Cost:

  • Linfox Employees – $1100
  • External participants – $1500
  • Optional for external participants: Statement of attainment – $100

Click here to view & download course outline (PDF)

 

TLILIC2001 Licence to operate a forklift truck (Forklift Licence Course)

Course location:

Victoria, New South Wales and Queensland

Course breakdown:

This course provides theory and practical training to obtain the knowledge and skills required to operate of a forklift truck.

Course content:

  • Legislative requirements
  • Pre and post-start operational checks
  • Working area inspection
  • Hazard/risk identification
  • Communications
  • General operations
  • Shifting and moving loads
  • Working load limits
  • Shut down and securing the forklift truck
  • Safe forklift operating procedures

Course requirements:

  • Must be 18 years of age or over
  • Must provide 100 points of original documents as proof of your identity
  • Must be able to understand the English language

Duration:

  • NSW/QLD – Three days
  • VIC – Two days

Statement of attainment:

On successful completion, the learner will be given a Statement of Attainment TLILIC2001 Licence to operate a forklift truck (Forklift Licence).

Cost:

  • Linfox Employees – $300
  • External participants – $500

Click here to view & download course outline (PDF)

 

Chain of Responsibility Awareness Course

Course location:

15 – 23 Link Way Laverton North VIC

65 Lenore Drive Erskine Park NSW

U5/152 Paradise Road Willawong QLD

10 Produce Lane Pooraka SA

*Or at your preferred location

Course breakdown:

This is an awareness course that provides an introduction to Chain of Responsibility and the impact it has on all parties within the chain.

Course content:

  • Overview of regulations – Heavy Vehicle National Law (HVNL)
  • Primary duties
  • Executive officers
  • Parties in the chain
  • Roles, responsibilities and steps that can be taken
  • So far as is reasonably practicable – what is it?
  • Vehicle standards, maintenance and defect reporting
  • Container Weight Declarations (CWD)
  • National differences in Chain of Responsibility laws
  • Safety management systems overview
  • Penalties

Pre-requisites:

There are no pre-requisites

Duration:

1.5 hours (approximately)

 

Fatigue Management Awareness for Drivers Course

Course location:

15 – 23 Link Way Laverton North VIC

65 Lenore Drive Erskine Park NSW

U5/152 Paradise Road Willawong QLD

10 Produce Lane Pooraka SA

*Or at your preferred location

Course breakdown:

This is an awareness course that provides an introduction to fatigue and how to manage fatigue in the workplace.

Course content:

  • Overview of regulations
  • Fatigue options e.g. Standard Basic Fatigue Management (BFM)
  • Work/rest times
  • Work diaries
  • Fitness for duty
  • What is work?
  • Fatigue signs and symptoms
  • Strategies to address fatigue
  • Sleep disorders
  • Health choices

Pre-requisites:

There are no pre-requisites

Duration:

2 hours (approximately)

 

 

Fatigue Management Awareness for Management Course

Course location:

15 – 23 Link Way Laverton North VIC

65 Lenore Drive Erskine Park NSW

U5/152 Paradise Road Willawong QLD

10 Produce Lane Pooraka SA

*Or at your preferred location

Course breakdown:

This is an awareness course that provides an introduction to fatigue and how to manage fatigue in the workplace.

Course content:

  • Overview of regulations
  • Fatigue options e.g. Standard Basic Fatigue Management (BFM)
  • Work/rest times
  • Work diaries
  • Fitness for duty
  • What is work?
  • Fatigue signs and symptoms
  • Strategies to address fatigue
  • Sleep disorders
  • Health choices
  • Non-conformance reports
  • Applying risk management methodology

Pre-requisites:

There are no pre-requisites

Duration:

3 hours (approximately)

 

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Unique Student Identifier (USI)

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Government Funding Link

Applicable to students in New South Wales.

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