The TLIE3028 course is an accredited Unit of Competency from the Transport and Logistics Training Package. Completion of this unit will satisfy Chain of Responsibility by providing a clear understanding of the legal requirements, function and correct recording with respect to Work Diaries. This training is a must for everyone involved in the delivery of goods on Australian roads.
Whether you are a driver, scheduler or fleet controller, learn the correct method for completing the National Drivers Work Diary and gain accredited training in the use of the National Drivers Work Diary. The TLIE3028 course is particularly useful for new drivers to the transport industry and also all existing drivers who seek to improve their chain of responsibility compliance. This course also provides the knowledge required for schedulers in recognising non-compliance of driver’s work diaries.
Register below on this site to complete the nationally recognised competency “TLIE3028 – Complete a work diary in the road transport industry” for only $90.00.
This online course provides all learning resources and training videos online to assist learners in completing the competency.
When you register and pay for the TLIE3028 course, we recommend you view the audio/visual training videos prior to attempting the assessment. When doing the assessment, if you can’t remember an answer, you can review the relevant course chapter, refresh your memory and return to the assessment. Your progress is automatically saved so you can close the learning management system and come back to your training later.
Hours to complete this training online – allow 4 to 6 hours dependent on existing industry knowledge.
Assessment for this Course
There are two parts to the assessment for this course:
Part 1: An online questionnaire consisting 59 questions, the pass mark is 100%. You must complete Part 1 prior to completing Part 2. If you do not pass after three attempts, don’t worry, contact our support line, we can then coach you through the assessment and reset the course for you to complete.
Part 2: Submission of correctly completed National Drivers Work Diary records covering a period of three days driving operations. Part 2 may be uploaded via the link on the My Courses page, emailed via our contact page or mailed to us. You must state your user number when submitting Part 2 of the assessment.
NOTE: If you are not currently employed or using the National Drivers Work Diary, we offer a simulated assignment enabling you to complete Part 2 of the assessment. This can be also downloaded for the Learners Resources Tab on the My Courses page.
On completion of both assessment parts we will forward your statement of attainment (certificate) within 30 days.
AFM is currently converting our Learning system to the new NHVR training courses. If you have previously enrolled you can access their training by logging on using your username and password above.
AFM will be accepting registrations for the new NHVR courses in the coming weeks, we apologise for any inconvenience.
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