Available Courses

For Bus and Truck Drivers:

TLIF2010 Apply Fatigue Management Strategies

Now just $95.00
This course provides truck and bus drivers with the mandatory training required to drive under Basic or Advanced Fatigue Management (BFM or AFM) and WA Heavy Vehicle Accreditation. Register now or Log In is already registered.
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For Schedulers:

TLIF3063 Administer the Implementation of Fatigue Management Strategies

Now just $145.00
This course provides schedulers, fleet managers and allocators with the required national competency to meet the National Heavy Vehicle Regulations for accredited operators working their drivers under Basic Fatigue or Advanced Fatigue Management (BFM or AFM) Register now or Log In if already registered:
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For Drivers and Schedulers:

TLIE3028 Complete a work diary in the transport industry

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This companion course to Apply Fatigue Management Strategies goes further into the Work Diary and deals with the correct completion, cancellations and corrections, exemptions, penalties, interstate travel obligations as well as your other legal requirements relating to carrying and using the diary. If you have just completed TLIF2010 Apply Fatigue Management Strategies, then this should be your next course! Register now or Log In if already registered: Register Course Details

Online Fatigue Management Courses by Australian Fatigue Management

Australian Fatigue Management is Australia’s leading online fatigue management training website. Our nationally recognized training courses provides heavy vehicle regulated drivers, management and schedulers within the road transport industry with the necessary training required to comply with the laws and fatigue management standards set by the National Heavy Vehicle Regulator. Australian Fatigue Management offers both the basic and advanced level Fatigue Management training course and assessment online. Upon successful completion of the course, a certificate of attainment will be received to verify that the person undertaking the course has the skill and knowledge required to manage the risks of fatigue.

Register above and start your journey to a zero harm transport industry.

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From 1 January 2015, all Australians who undertake vocational education and training must hold a USI.
If you do not hold a USI training providers cannot, by law, issue you a Certificate, Statement of Attainment or Transcript for your training.
The USI is part of the way that the Australian Government is improving the training sector. It ensures people can obtain a complete record of their enrolments and achievements from a single online source and that lost qualifications will be a thing of the past.

For more information on the USI, visit the website – http://usi.gov.au/About/Pages/default.aspx

To create your USI – http://usi.gov.au/create-your-USI/Pages/default.aspx

If you already have a USI but forgotten it – https://portal.usi.gov.au/student/