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To be eligible to drive/work a 14 hour day for a company operating under BFM or AFM, you must hold the ‘accreditation’ for TLIF2010 Apply Fatigue Management Strategies Fatigue Management Strategies.
You need to complete one or both enrolment forms for TLIF2010 or TLIF3063 from this website. You can complete them ‘online’ then ‘submit’ the application to us or you can print them out then fax or email back to us.
Yes, which can be done on our website via PayPal, unless you have an existing account with us. If unsure, please contact us on (07) 3848 9148.
Each course takes approximately 4 hours to complete in total, but you can log out at any time, then log back later and ‘resume’ at the screen you left off at.
No problem, when you log back later you will ‘resume’ at the screen you left off at.
It is your ‘Unique Student Identifier’ number. From 1 January 2015, if you are undertaking nationally recognised training, the law requires you to obtain a USI number from www.usi.gov.au. But we have this link in our online course so you create or find your existing USI once you have commenced the course.
No. You must be working for a company that operates under BFM or AFM and they must give you a ‘letter of authorisation’ allowing you to driver under their BFM or AFM number.
You need to complete the TLIF2010 Apply Fatigue Management Strategies and TLIF3063 Administer the Implementation of Fatigue Management Strategies (as a unit) before you can roster/schedule driver for BFM or AFM hours.