Forklift Training

Forklift

For Forklift Training/Licence we offer the choice of tailored courses to suit your individual needs.

Prices starting from $475 per person.

The training course includes

The required equipment to undergo our forklift training

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Forklift Frequently Asked Questions

FORKLIFT (TLILIC2001A – Licence to Operate a Forklift)

(1) Is this training Workplace Health and Safety Certified?

Yes. Our forklift trainer is an Accredited Assessor and this training is Workplace Health and Safety Certified.

(2) Where is training conducted?

Depending on availability of forklifts, training can be conducted at our Training Facility at 229 Nambour Connection Road, Woombye Qld, or alternatively onsite at your workplace.

(3) What kind of Forklift do we have?

The forklift we use for training is a 2.5T Toyota, Model 62-4FG25 for use inside and outside sheds. We do not have a stacker or a container forklift.

(4) What is the cost of training?

Prices depend of level of experience. There are four categories of training:

(5) How do I enrol?

Phone Natalie or Judy on 0488 666 902 to arrange a time to visit our office and provide your ID for evidence of identity and complete our initial enrolment form. At the time of enrolment you are required to pay a deposit of $100. Once enrolment is complete you will be provided with a learners guide. It is recommended that you study this guide thoroughly prior to your training and assessments. As of 1st January 2015, government legislation requires that all students participating in Registered Training must have a Unique Student Identifier (USI).
This number is obtainable via the following website. http://www.usi.gov.au or we will obtain this for you with your permission.

(6) What payment methods do we accept?

We accept all major credit cards, eftpos, cash, cheque or purchase order. A non- refundable $100 deposit is payable upon enrollment. The balance of payment will be due on the day and a Tax Invoice will be provided.

(7) Is there an age restriction for this course?

Yes. You must be over the age of 18 to participate in this training. You must provide recognised proof of age at the time of enrolment.

(8) Do I have to have a car licence to do forklift training?

No. You do not need to hold any other licence to complete this training.

(9) How long is the course?

Category A & B students who DO NOT need any further training can be booked in immediately allowing three (3) working days for us to lodge your enrolment with Workplace Health and Safety. Your options for the course are:


Category C & D students are required to complete supervised training until competency is achieved and a record of this training recorded in the log book. This is self paced and can take as long or as little time as suits you, however this must be completed prior to undertaking your assessments. You can complete this assessment at our workplace or yours.

(10) Do I have to keep a log book?

If a student can provide evidence of Recognised Prior Learning (either by showing an expired ticket, a Statutory Declaration & Letter from Employer) then they will not be required to complete logged Hours. However, under these circumstances a challenge test will be carried out to determine your readiness for assessment. All other students will be required to keep a log book of hours which we will provide as part of the course.

(11) Can I upgrade my forklift licence to a high risk work licence?

Prior to 1 July 2014, you could apply to have a Forklift licence upgraded to a high risk work licence. As of 1 July 2014 this is option is no longer available and students must re-sit their assessment to upgrade their licence.

(12) What support is there for students with Language, Literacy and Numeracy challenges?

Please feel free to confidentially discuss any difficulties you have in these areas with our trainers. We are more than happy to provide the necessary support in any way possible to assist you to successfully complete your training. However, it is a requirement that students must have at least a minimum ability to read and write.

(13) What happens when I pass the course?

Upon successful completion of the theoretical and practical assessments, you will be issued an AS1 form and given a brochure titled “Guidelines for application for a Qld high risk work licence”. As of 1st November 2016, you are required to go online to www.worksafe.qld.gov.au using the ‘online services’ drop down menu to complete the application process.
You must have a QGov account to proceed.
Create your QGov account at https://identity.qld.gov.au/login/login.html .
If you have no access to online services, you can phone WH& S Licensing on 1300 631 948 to process your application over the phone.
You must also have a valid email address, a TMR customer reference number, details of any other HRW licences held that were issued by another state and a credit or debit visa card to pay the non refundable fee of $88.40 directly to WH & S.
You will receive your HRW licence approximately 2 weeks later in the mail.

PLEASE NOTE - This application process MUST be completed within 60 days of the Assessment or the AS1 form will expire and both assessments will have to be repeated.
After the 1st November 2016, Australia Post will NO LONGER be providing counter services to lodge the HRW licence application.