TLIF0005 Apply a fatigue risk management system is the current mandated nationally recognised fatigue management training for heavy vehicle drivers operating under National Heavy Vehicle Accreditation Scheme (NHVAS) and the National Heavy Vehicle Law (NHVL).
The course involves learning the skills and knowledge required for heavy vehicle drivers to manage fatigue and to work safely within the Transport and Logistics industry. The competency applies to bus and truck drivers operating within a National Heavy Vehicle Regulator (NHVR) accredited Basic Fatigue Management system (BFM) or Advanced (AFM) Fatigue Management system.
The course includes the identification of fatigue risk, applying fatigue risk management strategies, identifying and acting on signs of fatigue, operating within a fatigue risk management system, planning and navigating trips, updating and maintaining records, complying with work and rest limits, and implementing appropriate strategies to minimise fatigue during work activities.
Additionally, this course includes the Western Australian and Northern Territory Fatigue Management regulatory requirements, providing valid certification in all Australian jurisdictions.
Being awarded this unit of competency is a necessary requirement to operate under NHVR Fatigue Management Accreditation but it is only one of the criteria. Prospective applicants should check with the NHVR before undertaking training and/or assessment.
Register below on this site to complete the nationally recognised competency TLIF0005 Apply a fatigue risk management system for only $150.00.
This course utilises a blend of online training and practical tasks some of which are completed in the workplace or a simulated work environment provided by or our model company AFM Logistics.
Students should note that access to and use of relevant personal protective equipment (PPE) is a requirement whist undertaking this course, refer to the Workplace Based Learning Resources in the AFM Pre-enrolment Information Guide for PPE relative to completing this course.
AFM provides all learning resources and training videos to assist students in achieving the required competency. There is a knowledge based online assessment followed by practical tasks which are completed and uploaded through our Learning Management System or conducted via live video.
AFM Admission Criteria
AFM has in place admission criteria for courses in its Scope of Registration as required by its enrolment procedures to ensure that students meet industry requirements and are able to succeed with their enrolment. The admission criteria are articulated in through AFM marketing and include the following:
If you are currently seeking employment, talk to us about how we might be able to assist you on your learning journey. We may be able to customise our course to meet your needs. AFM recognises that some road transport companies prefer future staff to have already completed this training when applying for job roles or requires completion of this course as a condition of employment. Our aim at AFM is help keep heavy vehicle drivers safe and therefore we’d be happy to discuss your learning options at AFM with you in more detail.
AFM have produced high quality learning materials to support you in your learning journey. Our learning resources includes videos to help reinforce your knowledge in a fun and easy to use way.
Your progress is automatically saved so you can close the learning management system and come back to your training later.
Course Duration – allow up to 50 hours of online study and up to 50 hours of self-study dependent on existing industry knowledge.
Assessment for the TLIF0005 Apply a fatigue risk management system Course
The assessment for this course consists:
Knowledge questions and practical assessments including:
To pass the assessment for this course you must meet demonstrate satisfactory performance in all the course assessment criteria. We provide students with support to successfully complete their studies however, if despite this support, you are still unable to demonstrate satisfactory performance after three attempts, don’t worry. Contact our support line and we can then work with you to complete your studies.
Once you have completed all of your assessment requirements and your assessor has confirmed that you have met all course requirements, you will be able to print your Statement of Attainment. If you need to re-print, simply log in again.
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All training and assessment is provided by Australian Fatigue Management (RTOID: 41277), there are no third parties involved in our training programs.
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