Transport Compliance Training Solutions Pty Ltd is a NHVR approved RTO
RTO ID 45376
CHAIN OF RESPONSIBILITY COURSE
TLIF0001 – Apply Chain of Responsibility legislation, regulations and workplace procedures
The unit of competency TLIF0001 Apply Chain of Responsibility legislation, regulations and workplace procedures is delivered as face-to-face training for 6 hours over one day. This is 75% training and 25 % assessment.
This course is delivered within the client premises.
Purpose of the Training and Assessment Strategy
This Training and Assessment Strategy is applicable to the current learner cohort and it is a document that is used for the commissioning of the trainer/assessor to commence the training in TLIF0001 Apply Chain of Responsibility legislation, regulations and workplace procedures.
This Training and Assessment Strategy will change as the learner cohort needs change and therefore there will be several such strategies co-existing.
This unit involves the skills and knowledge required to identify, apply and follow chain of responsibility legislation, regulations and workplace procedures for heavy vehicles as they apply to an individual’s own job role.
It includes explaining the chain of responsibility features, applying the requirements, and identifying and reporting breaches in the Heavy Vehicle National Law (HVNL) and regulations or applicable state/territory law and regulations.
Work is performed under limited supervision, generally within a team environment.
This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to apply the responsibilities for the freight task from design of the job through to delivery of the consignment and the maintenance of the running equipment. The unit applies to all workers who may be required to work within transport in all aspects to provide a first aid response in a range of situations, including community and workplace settings.
Transport Compliance Training Solution Target Client Group
This course is provided to those who are required within their employed role to operate under the Chain of Responsibility act and within the Supply Chain.
Course Entry Requirements and Pre-Requisites
There are no formal academic requirements for this course, however Transport Compliance Training Solutions requires that all Learners:
- Be at least 18 years old
- Must be employed by a subcontractor or form part of the Supply Chain in the Heavy Vehicle Transport Industry for at least the previous 2 months.(Verified in writing by a supervisor)
- Have adequate reading and writing, oral communication and mathematical skills
- The learner must provide photographic evidence of their identity plus a copy of their applicable licence prior to commencement of the course
Graduates of this short course will have adequate knowledge of their personal liability within the supply chain including, where applicable, driving trucks, loading trucks with freight of any type and driving short haul or line haul around Australia.
There must be demonstrated evidence that the learner has completed the following tasks in line with state/territory regulations, codes of practice and workplace procedures:
- applying chain of responsibility obligations relating to own job role on a minimum of three occasions
- explaining the chain of responsibility obligations of own job role and at least two other job roles directly related to own job role
- preparing reports of chain of responsibility breaches on a minimum of three occasions, each about a different type of breach.
The Leaner must be able to demonstrate essential knowledge required to effectively complete tasks outlined in elements and performance criteria of this unit manage tasks and manage contingencies in the context of the work role. This includes knowledge of:
- action required when possible breaches of the chain of responsibility are identified
- consequences of non-compliance with the chain of responsibility
- methods and requirements to ensure management of fatigue, speed, load restraint, mass and dimension
- parties in the chain of responsibility including
– consignors and consignees
– drivers/owner drivers
– employers, prime contractors and operators
– parties in the extended liability provisions of the Heavy Vehicle National Law (HVNL) and regulations or applicable state/territory law and regulations
– loading managers
- principal obligations in chain of responsibility in the HVNL and regulations or applicable state/territory law and regulations including
– consideration of traffic conditions in managing speed and fatigue
– extended liability
– fatigue, work and rest times
– securing loads
– vehicle dimension and load limits
- what constitutes a duty, a reasonable step, a breach and a penalty to chain of responsibility legislation as they apply to a range of job roles
- where to locate current chain of responsibility information
- workplace policies and procedures around chain of responsibility for own job role
Industry Specific Regulations
Heavy Vehicle National Law
Chain of Responsibility
Heavy Vehicle (Fatigue) National Regulations
Heavy Vehicle (Dimension) National Regulations
Heavy Vehicle (Mass) National Regulations
Identifying Learner Needs
Learner needs are declared by the employer group at the time of engagement to conduct training on behalf of the employer. The application form allows the applicant to self-declare where they have learning disabilities and the employer may advise of any learning needs the employee may have.
Every learner is interviewed either face-to-face at course induction to attempt to establish the applicant skill and knowledge levels, their current employment and how that relates to the course content and interaction. During consultation, it may be identified that Learners could have needs related to:
- Relevant prior training and/or employment
- Learning styles may vary within one group
- Language, literacy and numeracy levels may not meet the requirements of the training
- Cultural or ethnic background
- Socio-economic factors
Transport Compliance Training Solutions Pty Ltd has a language, literacy and numeracy assessment they may undertake to confirm their level of language, literacy and numeracy skills.
The learner needs identified above will be assessed and monitored before, during and after training to ensure that the learner’s needs are being met.
Course Structure and Delivery and Assessment Schedule
Learners will be assembled off the job and will receive face to face training delivery that ensures the learner achieves the required understanding of:
- Explain the chain of responsibility features in the Heavy Vehicle National Law and regulations or applicable state/territory law and regulations; and
- Identify and report chain of responsibility breaches
The learners will have adequate time and support to effectively complete their learning in the required timeframe with the required degree of detail. Support mechanisms are available to support those learners who may not have the required degree of experience or knowledge to commence and complete this course.
The following people are qualified to train and assess this course:
Paul Quilligan & Mark Hewitt
Trainers delivering and/or assessing the TLIF0001 Apply Chain of Responsibility policy legislation, regulations and workplace procedures must hold as a minimum:
- TLIF0001 Apply Chain of Responsibility policy legislation, regulations and workplace procedures or equivalent
- TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment
- TAEASS502 Design and develop assessment tools
- Ability to demonstrate current industry experience and
- Demonstrable current professional development activities
- Ability to demonstrate knowledge of current requirements for assessing against TLI Transport and Logistics National Training Package
Training notes are supplied by TCTS and sourced from a wide variety of regulatory notes and information system issued by National Heavy Vehicle Regulator.
Assessment materials include:
- Assessment workbook
- Learners Guide
The facilities and equipment that will be available include:
- Data projector and screen
- Tables and chairs
- Whiteboard or equivalent
- Pen and paper
- Whiteboard and pen
Resources for assessment must include:
- a range of relevant exercises, case studies and/or simulations
- relevant and appropriate materials, tools, equipment and personal protective equipment currently used in industry
- applicable documentation including legislation, regulations, codes of practice, workplace procedures and operation manuals.
Online assessment is not suitable for final assessment of this unit of competency
Transport Compliance Training Solutions consults directly with industry on a regular basis. This allows us to target qualifications and accredited courses that specifically meet the needs of clients and the community.
Transport Compliance Training Solutions undertakes a range of consultation with industry, these include:
- Attending industry workshops and actively being involved in discussions on the changes and issues in industry
- Attending Australian Industry Standards (Service Skills Organisation) industry skills workshops and meetings, to gain a better understanding on how to implement a Training Package as well as to be actively involved in training development
- Undertaking industry surveys, which directly align with this Training & Assessment Strategy, to identify the desired training delivery and assessment methods of industry
- Meeting with industry and clients to discuss their specific training needs
- Undertaking skills gap analysis of staff to identify the most appropriate qualification to fulfil the needs of industry
- Subscribing to industry newsletters, either direct with industry or through Service Skills Organisations and social networks (ie LinkedIn )
- Engaging consultants who are experts in their industry and/or compliance requirements
Context of Assessment
Assessments will be conducted in a classroom where Learners will have access to appropriate equipment and resources, organisational and any legislative/regulatory/licensing documentation and any work samples, templates, forms and any other required workplace resource that will enable the learner to undertake workplace tasks.
Summative assessments cover learning that has occurred over a period of time and are written to allow Learners to answer questions and perform tasks in the context of the real environment. A competency determination is made after evidence is gathered, based on practical application of skills and/or knowledge.
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
Nationally Recognised Training Qualifications and Statements of Attainment are recognised through the Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) and Credit Transfer process. Learners are required to submit verified previous training certification and evidence of work and life experience that they consider to be relevant to the units being undertaken. However, RPL is not usually awarded for this short course.
Evidence Gathering Techniques
Evidence are the records used to demonstrate competency in each unit of the course. The combined records must demonstrate that all performance criteria, skills and knowledge have been practised and assessed in the workplace but usually at the conclusion of the learning program. Assessments are conducted using the workplace documents and processes. This advice is provided to the learner within the first part of the Candidate Assessment Tool and for the trainer/assessor, the Assessor Marking Guide.
Summative assessments are distributed at the start of training of each unit of and required to be submitted by the end of the first week after the end of unit training. All summative assessments are to be conducted according to the prescribed assessment conditions listed at the start of each of the assessments. Some adjustment may be required where non-essential equipment may vary in type and use. These are the normal provisions of “Reasonable Adjustment”.
|Unit Code||Unit Name||Evidence Type|
|TLIF0001||Apply Chain of Responsibility policy legislation, regulations and workplace procedures||Objective Questions
Practical observation of skills
Third party report of driver performance if applicable
Transport Compliance Training Solutions Pty Ltd will conduct an assessment validation for this course as per the Validation Schedule. Each Trainer delivering this course is required to participate in the validation of this unit as the satisfactory outcome of the learners must be determined. Note that within our group, we also need the participation of assessors who have not delivered the assessment of this unit to the cohort of learners under review.
Transport Compliance Training Solutions Pty Ltd ensures that the organisation is subscribed to the following via email:
- Australian Industry Standards Service Skills Organisation updates
- TLI Transport and Logistics National Training Package updates
- Training.gov.au updates
- National Heavy Vehicle Regulator
These updates advise of changes to the TLI Transport and Logistics National Training Package. If there is a change in the Training Package, the RTO will examine the amendments that have been made and inform the affected staff of these changes at the next meeting.
Members of the meeting will review the changes made and create an action plan to implement the new training package requirements. This action plan will include:
- Consultation with appropriate industry personnel to ensure relevance
- Ensuring that the new package is included on the scope of registration
- Rewriting/amending assessment tools
- Rewriting/amending learner learning materials
- Acquiring any new facilities, equipment or resources
- Rewriting/amending this training and assessment strategy
- Training or up-skilling trainers and assessors to the new qualification
- Contracting new trainers and assessors as required
- Constructing a new trainers matrix
- Organising new training schedules
- Learner management into the new course
The action plan and its implementation will be monitored to ensure successful implementation within the required timeframe. Transition arrangements will be completed within 12 months of changes being notified. Learners will be offered the option of remaining in the old, existing course or moved across to the new course once it is on the scope of registration. Transport Compliance Training Solutions Pty Ltd will manage Learners into the new unit of competency by:
- Notifying Learners in writing of the:
a) Course changes and the last date that the old qualification will be issued
b) Transition arrangements
c) Impacts on study
d) How to obtain further information
e) What Learners need to do next
- Placing this information on sites as accessible by all Learners i.e. website, notice board and email as soon as practically possible
- Responding to learner enquiries as soon as practically possible
This Training and Assessment Strategy has been generated in consultation with the following companies/individuals who together represent a mix of industry professionals that reflects the attitudes and needs of the state based heavy vehicle regulators.
We have been in discussion with the following organisations:
Phoenix Compliance Management: Chris Stephens
Transport Compliance Solutions Pty Ltd: Vicki Quilligan
Jack Hastie Consulting: Jack Hastie
Transport Compliance Training Solution s has the legal obligation to provide a statement of attainment for those who satisfactorily complete this unit of competency.
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