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One to two days, depending on experience.
On-site at your workplace
Star Training & Assessing is WorkSafe accredited to deliver forklift training and assessment in Western Australia. The course is aligned with industry requirements and is designed to provide students with the opportunity to experience a broad range of workplace situations. The length of the course is two days and is suitable for experienced operators, as well as those with limited or no forklift operating experience.
Planning for work task
Preparing for work/task
Knowledge Assessment – Includes a closed book written and calculations assessment. Study guides and a pre-assessment activity workbook will be sent to participants prior to the course.
Practical Assessment – Hazard identification and hazard prevention, conduct pre-operational checks (visual forklift inspection), conduct start-up checks and the safe operation of the forklift, handling loads, moving loads from different locations and heights, shutting down and securing the forklift.
Face to face delivery. The course involves a written knowledge, calculations and practical assessment.
Participants must be a minimum of 18 years of age, documentary evidence and proof of age is required before course commencement.
Participants must reside in Western Australia.
Participants must have sufficient knowledge of the English language and basic numeracy skills to complete the written knowledge, calculations and practical assessment.
Upon successful completion of the course, you will be issued with an electronic copy of a Statement of Attainment and a copy of your Notice of Assessment. You will receive all the instructions on applying for your licence with WorkSafe at the completion of your course.
You must apply for your licence with WorkSafe within 60 calendar days of your assessment along with payment of the applicable fee payable to Worksafe. Failure to apply and lodge your High Risk Work Licence with WorkSafe within 60 days will require you to complete a full re-assessment at full cost.
In the event you are deemed not yet competent on any of the three components in the Assessment (knowledge, calculations, practical) you are permitted to attend a re-assessment day and re-attempt the component in which you were deemed not yet competent. This re-assessment must be completed within calendar 60 days of your first assessment date. Star Training and Assessment highly advises you to contact our office well before the 60 day cut-off date to arrange your re-assessment otherwise we may not be able to have you re-assessed. Failure to complete your High Risk Work Licence re-assessment within 60 days will require you to complete a full re-assessment at full cost.