Forklift Training LF

Forklift Training is a High Risk Work Licence (HRWL). WorkSafe regulate High Risk Work and Licences in Western Australia and have set guidelines that Registered WorkSafe Assessors Must strictly follow when conducting the training and assessing of HRWL.

On successful completion of either the 1 day or 2 day course Nationwide Training will provide complementary passport photos and submit your application to WorkSafe on your behalf at no added cost.

Nationwide Training is the preferred training provider for many Perth companies. Centrally located in Osborne Park providing an undercover training facility with comfortable training rooms and facilities.

COURSE DURATION AND FEES

7:30am to 3:30pm (approx.) at Nationwide Training Osborne Park

1 day Experienced operators                 $215 + $95 (WorkSafe fee) = $310 GST free              

2 day Limited experience or beginners   $358 + $95 (WorkSafe fee) = $453 GST free

1 day Experienced operators Saturday   $230 + $95 (WorkSafe fee) = $325 GST free

Onsite training is available anywhere in Western Australia contact our office for a quote.

Complimentary passport photos and the processing of your High Risk Work application to WorkSafe is included in the course fee.

COURSE REQUIREMENTS

Must complete thorough pre-reading of the Nationwide Training Forklift Manual (click to download) before attending.
Must complete the Safe Work Australia/WorkSafe Assessments as closed book exams. No reading material can be allowed during the exam. There are no multiple choice option questions.
Are allowed one attempt on any given day, to successfully pass the Knowledge, Calculations and Performance Assessments.
Cannot proceed to the Performance/Practical Assessment stage, unless they have successfully passed the Knowledge and Calculations Assessments.
Attending a 1 day course only, will be required to complete a Statuary Declaration of their Practical Forklift operating experience
Must be at least 18 years of age to apply for a WorkSafe HRWL.
Must supply two (2) forms of identification. One with a Photo on it, the other can be Medicare, Visa Card etc.
Must be able to read, write and understand English.
Must wear fully enclosed shoes.
Must have a Unique Student Identifier (USI). Visit www.usi.gov.au On the main page, click 'I need or have a USI', then click 'I want to create a USI' and follow the screen prompts from that point.

COURSE CONTENT

OHS/WHS legislation and HRWL
Hazard identification and controls/planning
Communications
Load assessment including Rated Capacity and Load Centre Distances
Pre-start checks
Start up checks
General operations of a forklift
Shut down procedures
Calculations

SUPPORT SERVICE

If the learner requires assistance with reading, writing or numbers, s/he is required to undertake a free Forklift pre-assessment. Those who successfully complete the pre-assessment are eligible to book onto the Forklift course. Please contact Nationwide Training on (08) 9445 7766 to discuss this in more detail.

ON SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION

On successful completion of this course you will receive a Statement of Attainment issued by Nationwide Training:

TLILIC2001 Licence to operate a forklift truck

Nationwide Training can also provide training for Combilift forklifts, Electric Reach forklifts, Container forklifts, Pedestrian Walkie Stackers, WAVE machines and Order Pickers contact our office for more information.

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Frequently Asked Questions

I have an expired forklift licence what should I do?

That depends. If it is a WorkSafe issued High Risk Work Licence (HRWL) you can renew it with WorkSafe within 24 Months of the expiry date. If it is a card issued by an RTO, or an old NOSH or an international ticket then we recommend a forklift course. Please call us to discuss your specific situation.

Already hold a HRWL and want to add an LF or LO?

No worries. When you attend our course bring your HRWL and mention it to your trainer. He will  show you how to fill in the application form to add the LF or LO.

Do you provide lunch?

No lunch is provided. We do provide tea, coffee and biscuits and a kitchen if you want to bring your own lunch. There are also some good cafes around us if you wish to buy something on the day and a food van that visits at 9:10am.