Gain the skills and knowledge to safely operate a forklift truck.
As per national guidelines students will learn how to conduct routine checks, proper shifting of a load and how to correctly shutdown and secure a forklift. Forklift is considered high risk work and you will attain the skills required to manoeuver goods in a variety of industries including manufacturing, transport, mining and production industries.
- WorkSafe requires the student must be 18 years of age to obtain a High-Risk Licence.
- Students are expected to have basic English reading, writing and numeracy skills to complete the National Assessment Instrument (NAI) - the mandated assessment.
- It is expected that students will be able to communicate in English without assistance from another person (including a translator).
- Students must be prepared to undertake the written and practical tests under specific test conditions (e.g. closed book, stipulated time frame).
- Students need to be able to get on and off the forklift using three points of contact, without assistance.
Students will need:
- Enclosed footwear (steel capped boots preferable)
- Long pants and long sleeved shirt
- Students must be able to provide ID as per applicant guide issued by WorkSafe WA (Refer Applicant Guide - Application for a High Risk Work Licence). For example two coloured passport photos and two forms of identification.
Upon successful completion you will receive a Statement of Attainment.
A WorkSafe fee for the High Risk Licence is included into the course fee and completed applications and fees will be sent directly to WorkSafe.
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Semester 2, 2023
Northam - Licence to Operate a Forklift Truck Skill Set - Semester 2
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Additional fees:Worksafe Fee - $86.00
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