Complete induction to the transport industry

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Complete induction to the transport industry (TLIL2060)

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This unit involves the skills and knowledge required to complete workplace induction procedures when commencing work in the transport and logistics industry, in accordance with regulatory requirements, and operational policies and procedures.

The unit enables a driver to enter and participate in typical workplace activities. It includes identifying major areas of the industry in terms of functions, organisational structures and occupations; applying legislation, regulations and codes of practice; and identifying key industrial relations elements.

This unit applies to all employees wishing to enter the transport and logistics industry; however it is predominantly aimed at taxi to multi-combination drivers. It can also be used within the warehousing and logistics sectors of the industry.

Work is performed with limited or no supervision, and with full accountability and responsibility for self and others in achieving the prescribed outcomes.

This unit meets part of the certification requirements for obtaining taxi driver accreditation. As requirements may vary between states and territories, people seeking taxi accreditation should contact their state/territory taxi regulator.

Learning Outcomes

By the end of this training course, participants will:
 

1 Identify major organisational areas of the transport industry 1.1 Organisational structure of the industry and the structural relationship between occupations, functions and classification grouping is outlined
1.2 Equipment and technology used in the workplace, and their features and functions are identified
2 Apply legislation, regulations and codes of practice governing the transport industry 2.1 Individual driver responsibilities under current legislation are identified and acted on in the conduct of duties
2.2 Individual responsibilities under workplace policies and procedures are identified and acted on in the conduct of duties
2.3 Individual responsibilities under licence conditions applicable to the operation of vehicles, and conditions attached to vehicle drivers, are identified and acted on in the conduct of duties
3 Identify key elements of industrial relations environment in which the driver works 3.1 Key elements of industrial relations environment in which the driver works are identified
3.2 Rights and responsibilities of drivers under contracts are identified

 

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