Telescopic Materials Handler Operator Training & AssessmentAvailable Locations & Course Dates:
Telescopic Materials Handler Operator Training & Assessment
Aim of this Course / Target Group
The Telescopic Materials Handler Operator certification program provides information and guided practice that will equip experienced operators with the skills necessary to demonstrate competence to the minimum national certification standards (NOHSC7019) and to lay the foundation skills of new operators so that they can, in a safe manner, continue to improve their skills and proficiency whilst operating the machine.
The course is aligned to the nationally recognised unit RIIHAN309F Conduct telescopic materials handler operations, which specifies the outcomes required including planning and preparation for work, the conduct of operational checks, the safe and effective operation of the machine for a range of mandatory tasks, the fitting, use and removal of attachments and operator maintenance activities.
Please note: This is the nominal time anticipated to bring a new operator to the minimum national NOHSC7019 standard.
The program addresses the following:
- Planning and preparing for operations
- Pre- and post operational checks
- Shut down procedures
- Basic operating techniques
- Use of attachments
- Operator maintenance
Telescopic Materials Handler Operator RPL Assessment only service is also available for experienced operators for initial certificate issue and VoC’s
Knowledge based questionnaires and practical demonstration
Must have basic English literacy skills
If required by the employer or by the site management, or if required to drive the machine on a gazetted road, the candidate may require a Heavy Rigid (HR) Motor Vehicle Drivers License
Academic Award & Recognition
Upon successful completion participants will be issued with
certification for either of the following depending on the level of
- NOHSC7019 Certificate of Competence
- RIIHAN309F Conduct telescopic materials handler operations
Where Is The Assessment Conducted
Australian Training Management, 52 Harrow Street, West Swan,
OR, On-Site at your location, as required (Please call for an on-site quotation).
What To Wear
All course participants are required to wear appropriate work attire. Whilst closed in shoes are a minimum requirement for attendance on any course, steel capped safety boots are required for forklift, dogging, vehicle loading crane (hiab) and rigging courses.
Morning Tea & Lunch
Feel free to grab a tea, coffee or snack before the course starts and during the course breaks. All participants will be offered morning/ afternoon tea.
$499.00 payable after CTF has been applied. (for eligible companies only)
The Construction Training Fund provides funding support for training of eligible workers in the construction industry. We acknowledge the support of the Construction Training Fund in reducing the costs of training for eligible workers.