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  1. Organisation: Subject: TLI05018A unit anomaly

    In the course of developing learning materials for TLIO5018A Manage compliance with customs excise, we have found an anomaly in the unit of competency document. Performance criteria 4.3 refer to Incoterms 2000. The current version is 2010.

    • This will be reviewed during the transition of units to the Standards for Training Packages. It has been noted in our Issues Register.

  2. Organisation: Subject: Mapping TDT02 to TLI10

    I am looking for mapping information related to the following Units of Competency:
    TDTF197B – Follow OHS Procedures (Training Package TDT02)
    TLIF1001A – Follow occupational health and safety procedures (Training Package TLI10)
    Currently there is no further information available in TGA related to the TDT02 training package or the Unit of Competency TDTF197B. I could find the mapping information between TLI10 and TLI07 but not between TLI07 and TDT02 (if there exist).
    I would appreciate if you have any information related to these Units of Competency, as we have a student that has attained TDTF197B in 2007 and this person is enrolling in a Qualification that includes TLIF1001A. Depending on the available information, we could grant credit transfer or not.
    Thank you for your assistance

    • The mapping shows that TDTF197B (TDT02) is equivalent to TLIF107C (TLI07) which is equivalent to TLIF1001A (TLI0).

  3. Organisation: Subject: Wording in unit incorrect

    There is a typo in the required knowledge referring to cranes instead of forklifts.
    •Organisational and workplace standards, requirements, policies and procedures for conducting operations for the crane class
    •Typical routine problems encountered in the operation of the crane and equipment and adjustments required for correction

    • This relates to TLILIC2001A Licence to operate a forklift truck, and has been noted to be updated during the transition to the Standards for Training Packages.

  4. Organisation: Subject: Draft units TLIF2092A, TLIF3093A and TLIF4094A

    Hi I was asked by my compliance Manager to look over the drafts of for the below unitsTLIF2092A Demonstrate awareness of chain of responsibility regulations to the unit ‘Apply chain of responsibility regulations and workplace procedures’
    TLIF3093A Implement chain of responsibility regulations to the unit ‘Administer chain of responsibility policies and procedures’
    TLIF4094A Ensure compliance with chain of responsibility to the unit ‘Develop and implement policies and procedures to ensure chain of responsibility compliance’

    Administer chain of responsibility policies and procedures

    Element one and two the wording sounds funny to me.

    Explain the features of chain of responsibility in the Heavy Vehicle National Law and Regulations (I don’t understand what this is asking)
    Administer the chain of responsibility requirements in the Heavy Vehicle National Law and Regulations (I don’t understand what this is asking)

    principal obligations relating to chain of responsibility in the Heavy Vehicle National Law and Regulations include:

    • extended liability
    • consideration of traffic conditions in managing speed and fatigue (I don’t understand what this is asking)
    • fatigue, work and rest times
    • vehicle dimension and load limits securing of loads

    Online assessment is not suitable for final assessment of this unit of competency. Why?

    Apply chain of responsibility regulations and workplace procedures AND Develop and implement policies and procedures to ensure chain of responsibility compliance (Same observations as above)

    • These units need to be read in conjunction with the National Heavy Vehicle law and regulations. Training Package components are developed through a rigorous consultation and validation process with industry and the applicable regulators. Responses to each of your points are as follows:

      • Element titles describe the essential outcomes of the aligned performance criteria which describe in detail the performance that needs to be achieved to demonstrate competency. i.e. in Element 1 the features include principal obligations, principal duties, breaches and penalties, and reasonable steps.
      • The range of conditions specifies the essential operating conditions, such as ‘consideration of traffic conditions in managing speed and fatigue’. This is a principal obligation under the legislation whether Applying or Administering Chain of Responsibility, or Developing and implementing Chain of Responsibility policy in an organisation. Consideration needs to be given to any traffic conditions which may impact on the driver in relation to speed and fatigue requirements under law.
      • The inclusion of the assessment requirement ‘Online assessment is not suitable for final assessment of this unit of competency’ has been validated by industry representatives and regulators who were involved in the Steering Committee process.

  5. Organisation: Subject: Knowledge and/or performance skills’ requirements repeated

    I am currently involved in amending our training resources for TLI21610 & TLI31610 and note that many of the units include “Site layout” as part of the Required Knowledge, even though it might only remotely relate to that particular unit (e.g. “TLIA3024A – Organise warehouse records management”. As knowledge of the site layout is included in TLIL1001A which is a core unit, I do not see the need for this to be included in so many of the Warehouse Operations units.

    • Thank you for your question. Knowledge and/or performance skills’ requirements are often repeated in a number of units, as each unit of competency needs to stand alone. A unit of competency may be delivered individually or imported into other qualifications, so it’s necessary that all requirements are explicitly stated.

  6. Organisation: Subject: Unit of Competency TLIC2025A Operate 4WD

    The Unit of Competency TLIC2025A Operate 4WD requires the following performance criteria to be assessed:

    3 Operate vehicle ascending a steep slope including stall recovery
    3.1 Intended vehicle path is inspected prior to negotiation of slope
    3.2 Appropriate gear is selected to ascend grade, and engine revolutions are maintained to ensure constant traction
    3.3 Air-conditioning unit is turned off to avoid engine acceleration
    3.4 Foot brake is applied as vehicle stalls, handbrake applied and ignition turned off
    3.5 Clutch is depressed and reverse gear is selected
    3.6 Clutch is released and handbrake is slowly released
    3.7 Ignition is turned on and brakes are released
    3.8 Vehicle is started and allowed to reverse down the slope
    3.9 Brakes are applied as necessary to control descent
    4 Operate vehicle descending a steep slope including stall recovery
    4.1 Intended vehicle path is inspected prior to negotiation of the slope
    4.2 Appropriate gear is selected to ascend grade, and engine revolutions are maintained to ensure constant traction
    4.3 Air-conditioning unit is turned off to avoid engine acceleration
    4.4 Braking is used to control descent and skidding is avoided by the application of brakes to emulate ABS
    4.5 Ignition is turned off, foot brake is applied, and handbrake engaged
    4.6 Clutch is depressed and low gear is selected
    4.7 Clutch is released and handbrake is slowly released
    4.8 Ignition is turned on and brakes are released
    4.9 Vehicle is started and allowed to continue down the slope
    4.10 Brakes are applied as necessary to control descent and skids are steered into

    The following developments suggest that the stall recovery aspect should not be included in 4WD training courses for industry:

    – automatics being transmission of choice,
    – many vehicles utilise hill descent controls to negate stall recovery downhill
    – traction control system improve stability and traction in negotiating ascent
    – safety systems require clutch to be depressed to start vehicle
    – the risk assessment for employment suggesting that such a steep slope should not be negotiated as part of employment, without considering alternatives.

    I suggest that the following alternative be utilised:

    3 Operate vehicle ascending a steep slope
    3.1 Intended vehicle path is inspected prior to negotiation of slope
    3.2 Appropriate gear is selected to ascend grade, and engine revolutions are maintained to ensure constant traction
    3.3 Air-conditioning unit is turned off to avoid engine acceleration (if applicable)
    3.4 Brakes are applied as necessary to control descent
    3.5 Hill decent control is engaged (if applicable).

    4 Operate vehicle descending a steep slope including stall recovery
    4.1 Intended vehicle path is inspected prior to negotiation of the slope
    4.2 Appropriate gear is selected to ascend – descend grade, and engine revolutions are maintained to ensure constant traction
    4.3 Air-conditioning unit is turned off to avoid engine acceleration (if applicable)
    4.4 Braking is used to control descent and skidding is avoided by the application of brakes to emulate ABS (if applicable)
    4.5 Brakes are applied as necessary to control descent and skids are steered into.

    • Thank you for your feedback. Your query has been noted on our issues register, to investigate the ongoing need for retaining ‘stall recovery’ training in this unit of competency.

  7. Organisation: GOTAFE

    Telephone: (03) 5833 2774

    I think the use of TLIL1001A – Complete workplace orientation/induction procedures is a waste of time for people who have either been in the industry for some time or with the same employer for some time, the inclusion of this Unit is obviously based on the assumption that all people undergoing a TLI – Driving / Warehouse qualification is new, this is not the case, I would think that maybe 80% or more of the people undertaking these quals have been in the industry for some time. I think the OHS Unit should stay as a Core but have 2 alternatives for the other Core, one being TLIL1001A and maybe a Chain of Responsibility Unit as the other optional Core

    • Thank you for your feedback. When qualifications are developed, they are aligned to the skills involved in the job role and it is deemed by industry stakeholders that the unit TLIL1001A Complete workplace orientation/induction procedures, is a Core requirement. In a recent review of the Warehousing & Logistics qualifications and associated units of competency, newly developed chain of responsibility units have been added to the core of all Warehousing & Logistics qualifications, from Certificate II and above.

  8. Organisation: Subject: Required Skills

    Required Skills:”Analyse the working environment in order to identify hazards, assess safety risks and design and implement appropriate OH&S control procedures”

    This is a Certificate II level unit, listed in both Warehousing Ops and Driving Ops. I don’t think that Designing Control measures is a reasonable expectation for this course in this context. This is the work of a safety manager or floor manager, not a picker or courier/taxi driver.

    • Thank you for your feedback. This issue has been addressed for the unit: TLIF 2006 Apply accident-emergency procedures, through the transition of Training Package products to the new standards. The reference to ‘designing control measures’ has been removed from the Required Skill (now Performance Evidence) assessment requirement.

  9. Organisation: Subject: TLIK4005A - Apply conflict/grievance strategies

    The inclusion of environmental protection procedures in Required Knowledge is redundant. There is no reference to it in the Performance Criteria.

    OH&S Skills (the first part of the listed knowledge) are still relevant.

    • Thank you for your feedback. This issue has been addressed for the unit: TLIL4005 Apply conflict-grievance resolution strategies, through the transition of Training Package products to the new standards. The reference to ‘environmental protection procedures’ has been removed from the Required Knowledge (now Knowledge Evidence) assessment requirement.

  10. Organisation: Subject: Mapping Information

    I am looking for mapping information related to the following Units of Competency:

    TDTF197A – Follow OHS Procedures (Training Package TDT30297)
    TLIF1001A – Follow occupational health and safety procedures (Training Package TLI10)

    TDTL197A – Complete Inductions Procedures (Training Package TDT30297)
    TLIL1001A – Complete workplace orientation/induction procedures

    TLIF1007C – Apply Fatigue Management Strategies
    TLIF2010A – Apply Fatigue Management Strategies

    TLIF6307 – Administer the Implementation of Fatigue Management Strategies
    TLIF3063 – Administer the Implementation of Fatigue Management Strategies

    We have a student that has attained TDT30297 in 2001 and this person is enrolling in a
    Qualification that includes the above TLIF1001A, TLIL1001A, TLIF2010A, TLIF3063
    and whether we can give credit/RPL or not.

    I appreciate any and all assistance please

    • Mapping of the units identified is as follows:
      TDTF197A (TDT97) is not equivalent to TDTF197B (TDT02). TDTF197B is equivalent to TLIF107C (TLI07) which is equivalent to TLIF1001A (TLI10) which is equivalent to TLIF1001 (TLI)

      TDTL197A (TDT97) is not equivalent to TDTL197B (TDT02). TDTL197B is equivalent to TLIL107C (TLI07) which is equivalent to TLIL1001A (TLI10) which is equivalent to TLIL1001 (TLI)

      TLIF1007C (TLI07) is equivalent to TLIF2010A (TLI10) which is equivalent to TLIF2010 (TLI)

      TLIF6307A (TLI07) is equivalent to TLIF3063A (TLI10) which is equivalent to TLIF3063 (TLI)