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TLIF0005 & TLIF0006 Fatigue Management

Training Programs Details

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Course Location

Hallam, Bendigo, Sale, Sunshine, Ballarat, Onsite


2 Days

TDT Training Australia does not issue the actual Construction Induction card. The card itself is issued by WorkCover Victoria. Once you have attended and successfully completed assessment for your course you will be issued with a Statement of Attainment that is valid for 60 days. By which time WorkCover should have issued you with the actual card, (sent to your mailing address).

Delivery Mode


As per course calendar. Or please call our office to check.

Course Fee



Hallam, Bendigo, Sale, Sunshine or Ballarat, or Client Sites (Depending on numbers). Workplace venue by prior arrangement

Key Features:

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Program Objectives

This course is designed to provide the necessary training in developing the skills and knowledge required to administer the implementation of fatigue management strategies, it involves the application of relevant regulations and the principles of fatigue management when administrating the implementation of an organisation’s fatigue management strategies during work operations in a defined workplace.

Fatigue is one of the leading causes or contributing factors to heavy vehicle accidents in Australia.
This nationally recognised course provides essential compliance information to all parties in the transport supply chain regarding their responsibilities in managing fatigue.

Fatigue management strategies, including tips on lifestyle choices and safety decisions while driving, are discussed and applied to real life situations during the course.


TLIF0005 (1 Day *) TLIF0006 (1 Day *) * Assuming that learner has prior skills and knowledge of fatigue management as applicable to transport operations. Learners are expected to engage in self-directed learning prior to assessment

This course prepares you to work in job roles such as

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This program is suited to

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All staff, in particular in the transport industry, operating under Basic Fatigue Management Courses or Advanced Fatigue Management Courses.

The entry requirements for this program are

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Applicants must demonstrate the basic language, literacy and numeracy required at this level. A LLN assessment is conducted at pre-enrolment to assess if you require support in this regard.

The competency assessment will be

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This program offers pathways into TLI – Transport and Logistics Training Package (Release 7.0)


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Courses commencing after Jan 1st 2017 at TDT Training Australia are no longer funded by the Victorian government (Victorian Training Guarantee). Students are required to pay full fees.

Course duration/costs do not guarantee students will sit the on road licence test. To be eligible to test, students MUST first meet VicRoads criteria. If criteria are NOT met students will not be able to undergo the on road test and will continue to train for the duration of the course. Additional costs will apply if students book subsequent training and/or testing.

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It’s primarily aimed at individuals in the transport and logistics industry who need to manage fatigue risks for heavy vehicle drivers.
TLIF006 delves into various aspects of fatigue management within the heavy vehicle transport industry. The main topics are: 
  • Understanding Fatigue And Its Risks
  • Fatigue Management Regulations And Legislation
  • Implementing Fatigue Risk Management Systems
  • Monitoring And Auditing Fatigue Management Systems
  • Supporting Drivers And Promoting A Safety Culture
There are no prerequisites for this course, but it is recommended that you have past experience in operating heavy machinery and vehicles.
It takes one day to complete this course and will include the following:
  • Understanding Fatigue
  • Implementing Fatigue Risk Management Systems
  • Monitoring And Auditing Fatigue Management Systems
  • Supporting Drivers And Promoting A Safety Culture
  • Assessment And Certification
Here’s a breakdown of standard assessment methods for TLIF0006:
  • Continuous Assessments: involves online quizzes, written tasks based on scenarios, and sometimes video-based questions to demonstrate practical application.
  • Final Assessment: combines multiple-choice questions and scenario-based written tasks to gauge your understanding and ability to implement a fatigue risk management system.
Grading and Certification: Upon completion, you are granted a Statement of Attainment or a Unit of Competency fulfilling requirements for taking a licence
Upon successful completion, you’ll receive a Statement of Attainment, recognising your participation and achievement of the learning objectives.
No, it isn’t a prerequisite for any specific job or industry, but it does hold significant value, as it is highly regarded in certain relevant sectors where heavy machinery is operated on a daily basis.
Although the core content and learning objectives remain focused on Australian fatigue management regulations and principles, they can be tailored to specific organisational needs.
This is how TLIF0006 supports compliance:
  • Alignment With Key Regulations
  • Building Knowledge And Skills For Compliance
  • Providing Evidence For Accreditation
  • Supporting A Culture Of Safety
Basic Fatigue Management is a program designed to manage and mitigate driver fatigue risks in heavy vehicles, such as long-haul trucking. This can be achieved by completing basic fatigue management training, which can be done through a BFM online course or face-to-face training.
A BFM certificate doesn’t have an expiration date, but it’s recommended to get recertification every three years. An AFM or BFM course can help with this.