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TLIF0005 Apply a fatigue risk management system



This is the course you need to do if you want to drive for extended hours for an operator that is accredited under Basic, Advanced Fatigue Management (BFM or AFM), or WA Heavy Vehicle Accreditation. This course will help you to make sense of the legislation, simplify your compliance responsibilities and understand the mandated rest and work periods.

You will be able to register, pay, learn, pass the test and receive your certificate – all on-line without delay and when it suits you as well as being able to access Australian phone/email/chat support.

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Online Fatigue Management Courses by Australian Fatigue Management

Make sense of the legislation – your compliance responsibilities simplified – easy to understand courseware – 20,000+ satisfied users – read the reviews – register, pay, learn, pass the assessment, receive the certificate – all on-line without delay and when it suits you- Australian phone/email/chat support

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Unique Student ID (USI):

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 – https://usi.gov.au/About/Pages/default.aspx

To create your USI – https://www.usi.gov.au/your-usi/create-usi

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

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