Commissioner's Information Bulletin 680

Transport and Logistics - Traineeships

Transport and Logistics

Date of effect: 9 November 2018

Bulletin Information

This Commissioner's Information Bulletin (CIB) is updated to align to the TLIv5.0 Transport and Logistics Training Package. As a result the following traineeship Vocational Training Orders have been repealed, established and varied to update national qualification names and codes:

Repealed

  • Transport and Logistics - Road Transport - Yard Operations (Freight Handler)
    • TLI21716 Certificate II in Road Transport Yard Operations (Freight Handler)

Established:

  • Transport and Logistics - Road Transport Terminal Operations
    • TLI20118 Certificate II in Road Transport Terminal Operations

Updated qualification codes:

  • TLI21918 Certificate II in Track Protection
  • TLI30118 Certificate III in Mobile Crane Operations
  • TLI33118 Certificate III in Rail Customer Service
  • TLI40218 Certificate IV in Mobile Crane Operations
  • TLI50618 Diploma of Rail Operations Management

All other Vocational Training Orders remain unchanged.

Superseded Bulletin

This Commissioner's Information Bulletin supersedes Bulletin 649.

On this page:

Vocational Training Orders (VTOs)

Qualifications, structure and packaging

Transition Arrangements

Industrial arrangements

Licensing and regulatory arrangements

Competency based completion

School based traineeships

Registered training organisations

Funding arrangements

Inspecting Vocational Training Orders

Enquiries


Job Descriptions

The Diploma is for those trainees in bus and coach operation job roles within the transport and logistics industry. Possible job titles relevant to this qualification include:

  • Fleet Manager
  • Operations Manager
  • Passenger Service Delivery Manager
  • Service Delivery Manager

The Diploma qualification is a pre-requisite for the licensing of Customs Broker job roles within the transport and logistics industry. All trainees must hold this qualification if they wish to become licensed customs broker pursuant to Part XI of the Customs Act 1901 specified by the Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP).

Diploma level trainees work in a deployment logistics management role. They are involved in participating in developing strategic initiatives as well as personal responsibility and autonomy in performing complex technical operations or organising others.

Advanced Diploma level trainees may work as deployment logistics program managers and provide leadership and strategic direction in planning and managing deployment logistics. They will contribute to developing a broad plan, budge or strategy is involved and accountability and responsibility for self and others in achieving outcomes is also involved. Trainees will apply significant judgement as required in planning, design, technical or leadership/guidance functions related to products services, operations or procedures. Trainees may participate in teams, including those concerned with planning and evaluation functions.

Certificate II level trainees will work as licensed drivers of vehicles within the transport and logistics industry. Core units give introductory practical skills and knowledge in areas such as handling cargo and stock, equipment checking and maintenance, applying fatigue management strategies, carrying out basic workplace calculations and interpreting road maps and navigating pre-determined routes.

Trainees will then apply electives, including specific licensing and industry units, to particular job roles of general driver, community services, medium freight, taxi and tow truck. The qualification may provide graduates with employment as express driver, pickup and delivery, courier, taxi truck driver and taxicab driver.

Certificate III level trainees will advance their core skills and knowledge to achieve competencies for job roles including line haul driver, local heavy general freight driver and interstate driver. Included in the training will be industry and licensing units to qualify graduates to be employed in heavy general freight, vehicle inspection, bus operations, transporting refrigerated stock, piloting oversized vehicles and inspecting and storing trucks for storage of liquids, dangerous goods, livestock and wood products.

Certificate IV level trainees will have driving operation jobs in the transport and distribution industry. Successful completion of the qualification will require competence in units of competency that relate to the job role requirements defined as aligned at AQF level 4. Successful completion of the licensing unit in the qualification must align with licensing and regulatory requirements applicable to driving and state or territory regulatory requirements. The Certificate IV in Driving Operations qualification is aligned to the following defined roles:

  • Group A: Driving Operations - Fuel Tanker / Fuel tanker driver
  • Group B: Driving Operations - LP Gas Tanker / LP gas tanker driver
  • Group C: Driving Operations - Chemical Tanker / Chemical tanker driver
  • Group D: Driving Operations - Heavy Recovery / Heavy recovery driver

Certificate III is a general qualification for a person engaged in the duties of an electric passenger train guard within a metropolitan train system. It involves a broad range of skilled applications applied in a wide variety of contexts, which may involve application of some discretion and judgement in selecting equipment, services or contingency measures. It may also include responsibility for coordinating the work of others.

Certificate II level trainees may be engaged in general operations within the furniture removal environment undertaking a range of tasks involving known routines and procedures, and taking some responsibility for the quality of work outcomes. Trainees may be employed as Furniture Removalists.

Certificate III is designed for furniture removal job roles within the transport and logistics industry.

Certificate III level trainees may work as international freight forwarding operators. They would learn the basic principles of workplace communication, how to estimate and calculate mass, area and to quantify dimensions, comply with occupational health and safety procedures, the use of info technology devices in the workplace and how to complete and check import/export documentation.

Certificate IV level trainees may work as senior operator within the international freight forwarding industry. In furthering their skills and knowledge of the industry, they would learn to supervise operations in freight forwarding organisations, lead teams, manage all aspects of customs broking, market services and products to clients, source goods/services and evaluate contractors and develop freight customers.

Diploma level trainees may work as advanced operators, with job roles aligned to four specialisations as follows:

  • international freight forwarders with responsibilities for managing their own and work group activities
  • international freight forwarders specialising in special transport services including dangerous goods
  • international freight forwarders with work group and training responsibilities
  • international freight forwarders with responsibilities in a range of work contexts.

Their higher level training will involve how to:

  • plan and organise international freight forwarding by sea, air, road and rail or a combination of modes
  • apply knowledge of freight forwarding documentation and permits
  • adapt IT applications and the principles of resources management to international freight forwarding activities
  • review contracts, insurance, risk and liability in the international freight forwarding context
  • advise on and manage security and safety in international freight transport

Certificate II level trainees may work as logistics support officers and logistics clerks. Trainees will learn to deliver customer service, follow occupational health and safety procedures and work in a socially diverse environment.

Certificate III level trainees may be engaged as logistics administration officers and logistics service clerks in the transport and logistics industry. Building on lower level competencies, they will learn a defined range of skilled operations, usually within a range of broader related activities involving known routines, methods and procedures. Trainees will be required to apply some discretion and judgement in the selection of equipment, services or contingency measures and within known time constraints. They may also be responsible for coordinating the work of others.

Certificate IV level trainees may work as logistics coordinators and logistics supervisors in the transport and logistics industry. In furthering their industry competencies, they will learn to perform a broad range of skilled applications including requirements to evaluate and analyse current practices and to develop new criteria and procedures for performing current practices. Trainees may provide leadership and guidance to others in the application and planning of the tasks.

Diploma level trainees may work as logistics managers in transport and logistics. At this senior operation level, they will be engaged in the integrated management of logistics. Trainees will judge what is required in planning and selecting appropriate equipment, services and techniques for themselves and others. They will participate in the development of strategic initiatives as well as assume personal responsibility and autonomy in performing complex technical operations or organising others. Trainees may participation in teams, including those concerned with planning and evaluation functions, as well as coordinating groups.

Certificate IV level trainees are engaged in the logistics industry in a variety of integrated logistics and materiel sustainment roles. This qualification requires a person to perform a broad range of skilled applications including requirements to evaluate and analyse current practices, develop new criteria and procedures for performing current practices and to provide some leadership and guidance. This qualification is targeted as practioners from the logistics support discipline with at least twelve months' experience. Practioners from the inventory management, data management, maintenance system management and integrated logistics support (acquisition and sustainment) job streams would benefit from this qualification.

Diploma This is a qualification for those working in materiel sustainment and integrated logistics management roles. Successful achievement of this qualification requires the self-directed application of knowledge and skills, with substantial depth in some areas where judgement is required in planning and selecting appropriate equipment, services and techniques for self and others. Applications involve participating in developing strategic initiatives as well as personal responsibility and autonomy in performing complex technical operations or organising others. It may include participating in teams, including those concerned with planning and evaluation functions. Group or team coordination may also be involved.This qualification has been designed for people in integrated logistics support management or sustainment management roles. These people will have a breadth of responsibility across a range of functional areas and will generally be responsible for a team.

Advanced Diploma this is a qualification for a person who provides leadership and strategic direction in materiel sustainment and integrated management of logistics.

Successful achievement of this qualification requires the application of a significant range of fundamental principles and complex techniques across a wide and often unpredictable variety of contexts in relation to either varied or highly specific functions. Contribution to developing a broad plan, budget or strategy is involved and accountability and responsibility for self and others in achieving the outcomes is also involved. Significant judgement is required in planning, design, technical or leadership/guidance functions related to products, services, operations or procedures.

This qualification has been designed for systems managers or those in executive logistics management roles who manage multiple systems or fleets. These people generally have relatively broad materiel logistics coverage and manage logistics programs, program offices or directorates.

This qualification will suit people with a minimum of six years Defence Materiel Organisation (DMO)/Defence logistics experience.

Certificate III this is a general qualification for a person engaged in the installation and maintenance of mechanical rail signalling equipment. It involves a broad range of skilled applications in a wide variety of contexts, which may involve application of some discretion and judgement in selecting equipment, services or contingency measures. It may also include responsibility for coordinating the work of others.

Certificate III level trainees will learn to:

  • work safely at heights and around power sources, services and assets
  • monitor plant and equipment in an environmentally sustainable manner
  • maintain mobile cranes
  • shift materials safely using manual handling methods
  • follow mobile crane and accident emergency safety procedures

Certificate IV level trainees will advance their skills and knowledge to assume more senior roles in the workplace. Successful completion of the qualification will require competence in units of competency that relate to the job role requirements defined as aligned at AQF level IV.

The Certificate II in Rail Customer Service trainees will engage in operations within the rail customer service environment undertaking a range of tasks involving known routines and procedures, and taking some responsibility for the quality of work outcomes. Job roles include:

  • Booking Clerk
  • Customer Service Attendant/Assistant
  • Passenger Service Officer
  • Station Assistant/Officer
  • Train Buffet Operator
  • Train Conductor

Certificate III trainees will perform tasks involving a broad range of skilled applications applied in a wide variety of contexts, which may involve application of some discretion and judgement in selecting equipment, services or contingency measures. It may also include responsibility for coordinating the work of others. Job roles include:

  • Passenger Service Officer
  • Senior Customer Service Assistant/O officer
  • Station Manager
  • Station Officer

Certificate III level trainees will learn how to drive a light rail train or tram or operate a monorail within a metropolitan or suburban transport environment. They will learn a broad range of skilled applications applied in a wide variety of contexts, which may involve some discretion and judgement in selecting equipment, services or contingency measures.

Certificate II level trainees are generally engaged in basic operation within the rail infrastructure environment undertaking a range of tasks involving known routines and procedures, and taking some responsibility for the quality of work outcomes.

Certificate III level trainees may work in rail testing, track construction, track examination, track maintenance, track welding and turnout construction. They will advance their industry skills and knowledge by learning to:

  • present routine workplace information
  • implement and monitor occupational health and safety procedures
  • apply quality systems
  • implement and monitor environmental protection policies and procedures

Certificate IV level trainees may work in rail track, rail track surfacing or rail structures and they will be engaged in the provision of infrastructure construction and/or maintenance activities on rail networks. A broad range of skills will be required including high-level decision making process, evaluating and analysing current practices, developing new criteria and procedures for performing current practices, and providing leadership and guidance to others in the application of the skills and knowledge. This qualification is suitable for a variety of job roles in the fields of: Rail Track Working, Rail Track Surfacing or Rail Structures. Possible job titles are: special ganger, leading hand, team leader, work group leader, supervisor, possession officer.

Rail Network Control trainees' job roles and titles vary across different sectors. Possible job titles for this qualification include: train controller, network controller and area controller.

Certificate IV level trainees will be engaged in the control of rail networks and will be involved in high-level decision making processes, evaluating and analysing current practices, developing new criteria and procedures for performing current practices, and providing leadership and guidance to others in the application of the skills and knowledge. Possible job titles for this qualification include: train controller, network controller and area controller.

Diploma is for trainees engaged in the management of rail operations. It requires the self-directed application of knowledge and skills, with substantial depth in some areas where judgement is required in planning and selecting appropriate equipment, services and techniques for self and others. Trainees participate in developing strategic initiatives as well as personal responsibility and autonomy in performing or organising others to carry out complex technical operations.

Certificate IV level trainees undertake rail safety investigations within the rail industry in accordance with regulator, rail industry standards, rules and operational procedures.

Certificate IV this qualification is for those engaged in the management of safety within the rail industry. This qualification requires a broad range of skilled applications within the rail safety environment. It also requires the skills and knowledge to evaluate and analyse current practices, to develop new criteria and procedures and to provide some leadership and guidance to others in their work.

Certificate III trainees undergo general training engaged in the controlling of rail traffic movements and operations within a defined or local area. Certificate III trainees will develop broad range of general skills applicable in a variety of contexts, including application of some discretion and judgment in selecting equipment, services or contingency measures. It may also include responsibility for coordinating the work of others. Some job roles may be signaller, area controller and yard controller.

Certificate III trainees undergo training of a general nature for working in the rail infrastructure environment. In job roles of steel/concrete/masonry structures maintainer or senior structures maintainer, they will learn to check and repair structures. Trainees will also be able to:

  • present routine workplace information
  • apply and monitor occupational health and safety procedures
  • use communications systems
  • implement structures maintenance and installation of minor structures
  • practice and monitor environmental protection policies and procedures

Trainees may be responsible for coordinating the work of others.

Certificate III trainees would gain the skills and knowledge to install and maintain mechanical rail track and to operate track surfacing and other track equipment. They would learn to:

  • check and repair track geometry
  • use communications systems
  • implement track maintenance and construction processes
  • apply and monitor occupational health and safety procedures
  • measure and mark track for resurfacing
  • implement and monitor environmental protection policies and procedures

Trainees may also have supervisory responsibilities.

Certificate II trainees will drive a medium to heavy rail track vehicle from one location to another over main line track. It involves a broad range of skilled applications in a wide variety of contexts, which may involve application of some discretion and judgement in selecting equipment, services or contingency measures. It may also include responsibility for coordinating the work of others. Trainees may be employed as Track Vehicle Operator/Driver and Track Machine Driver.

Certificate III trainees will be engaged in the rail yard or terminal environment and may be required to use discretion and judgement in selecting equipment, services and/or use contingency measures. Trainees may also have responsibilities for coordinating the work of others. They can be employed as Yard Coordinators or Terminal Coordinators.

Certificate II trainees will learn a range of tasks including known routines and procedures, freight handling and other duties and the use of technology. This qualification provides a foundation for career opportunities within the wider road transport sector.

Job roles and titles vary across different sectors. Possible job roles relevant to this qualification include:

  • equipment operator
  • receival and despatch
  • pick and packer
  • specialised cargo handler
  • administration assistant
  • intermodal teminal worker
  • freight handler
  • drivers' assistant
  • trade assistant
  • heavy vehicle cleaner

Certificate II level trainees will engage in basic operations within the rail yard/terminal environment undertaking a range of tasks involving known routines and procedures, and taking some responsibility for the quality of work outcomes. Trainees may be employed as Shunters or Terminal Operators.

Stevedoring involves transporting materials between dockside and ship's deck or hold and to perform the necessary rigging, lashing, and stowing.

Certificate II level trainees will learn to:

  • shift and secure cargo safely using manual handling methods
  • apply accident-emergency and fatigue management procedures
  • follow security procedures when working with passengers and personnel
  • monitor plant and equipment in an environmentally sustainable manner

Certificate III level trainees will work as industry specialists in roles of stevedore crane operators or stevedore team leaders. They will advance their skills through learning to:

  • check and assess operational capabilities of equipment
  • estimate/calculate mass, area and quantify dimensions
  • undertake rigger and dogger and driver communication

Certificate IV level trainees will acquire higher level skills and knowledge to work as stevedore shift forepersons and stevedore charge forepersons. They will learn to:

  • organise and monitor terminal/wharf operations
  • collect, analyse and present workplace data and information
  • develop and maintain safe workplace, accident emergency and fatigue management practices
  • apply conflict/grievance resolution strategies, in facilitating work teams
  • implement and monitor environmental protection policies and procedures

Certificate III level trainees are engaged in terminal train driving. Trainees apply a broad range of knowledge and skills in varied contexts to undertake skilled work within a terminal train driving environment.

Certificate II level trainees will be engaged in basic operations in the rail infrastructure environment undertaking track protection activities including known routines and procedures, and taking some responsibility for the quality of work outcomes. Possible job titles relevant to this qualification include: track protection officer and handsignaller.

Certificate III level trainees will be engaged in the rail infrastructure environment, involved in track protection including some discretion and judgement in selecting equipment, services or contingency measures. Trainees may also be required to be responsible for coordinating the work of others. Job roles and titles vary across different sectors. A possible job title relevant to this qualification is track protection officer.

Certificate IV trainees will be traffic operators within the transport and logistics industry. Trainees may be employed as Tunnel Road Operators and Open Road Operators.

Certificate III in Terminal Train Driving is a general qualification for a person engaged in terminal train driving. This qualification requires the application of a broad range of knowledge and skills in varied contexts to undertake skilled work within a terminal train driving environment. This qualification requires the skills and knowledge to:

  • Interpret and action available information
  • Apply and communicate known solutions to a variety of predictable problems and to deal with unforeseen contingencies using known solutions
  • Provide technical information to a variety of specialist and non-specialist audiences
  • Undertake routine and some non-routine tasks in a range of skilled operations.

Certificate II is a general qualification for a person engaged in basic operations within the tram/light rail infrastructure environment undertaking a range of tasks.

Certificate III trainees will be engaged in the tram or light rail infrastructure environment and perform tasks involving a broad range of skilled applications applied in a wide variety of contexts. It may also include responsibility for coordinating the work of others.

Certificate IV trainees will work in the control of tram/light rail networks and requires a broad range of skilled applications within the rail control environment. Trainees will learn skills and knowledge to evaluate and analyse current practices, to develop new criteria and procedures and to provide some leadership and guidance to others.

Warehousing operations involves receiving and storing goods in warehouses until they are required and then preparing the goods for transportation.

Certificate II level trainees, as warehouse operatives, will learn how to:

  • coordinate goods for distribution to customers
  • use inventory systems to conduct stock counts
  • apply product knowledge to organise receipts and dispatches

Certificate III level trainees, while working in a warehouse and distribution environment, will advance their skills through electives in specialist groups of handling cargo and stock, equipment checking and maintenance, load handling, communications and calculations, resource management and quality systems.

Certificate IV level trainees, as warehouse operators, will lead and guide others in the application and planning of related tasks. The role will include evaluating and analysing current practices and developing new criteria and procedure for performing current practices.

Certificate III qualification has connectivity to other heavy vehicle driving roles and qualifications within Transport and Logistics sectors, as well as waste management. It is also aligned to the defined role of Waste Vehicle Driver.


Transport and Logistics – Bus and Coach Operations - Traineeship

Vocational Training Order

Date of effect 9 May 2016
Qualification TLI50716 Diploma of Bus and Coach Operations
Term of traineeship Full-time:
  • 24 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved

Part-time:

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Probationary period 2 months

Transport and Logistics - Customs Broking - Traineeship

Vocational Training Order

Date of effect 9 May 2014
Updated 9 May 2016
Qualification TLI50816 Diploma of Customs Broking
Term of traineeship Full-time:
  • 24 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved

Part-time:

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Probationary period 2 months

Transport and Logistics - Deployment Logistics - Traineeships

Vocational Training Order

Date of effect 14 December 2015
Qualifications
Terms of traineeships

Full-time:

  • TLI50515 Diploma of Deployment Logistics
    • 36 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved
  • TLI60215 Advanced Diploma of Deployment of Logistics by direct entry
    • 48 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved
  • TLI60215 Advanced Diploma of Deployment of Logistics where the trainee holds TLI50515 Diploma of Deployment Logistics
    • 36 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved

Part-time:

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Probationary periods 3 months

Transport and Logistics - Driving Operations - Traineeships

Vocational Training Order

Date of effect 12 October 2012
Updated 9 May 2016
Qualifications
Terms of traineeships

Full-time:

  • TLI21216 Certificate II in Driving Operations
    • 12 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved
  • TLI31216 Certificate III in Driving Operations by direct entry
    • 24 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved
  • TLI31216 Certificate III in Driving Operations where the trainee holds TLI21216 Certificate II in Driving Operations
    • 12 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved
  • TLI42116 Certificate IV in Driving Operations by direct entry
    • 24 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved

Part-time:

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Probationary period 2 months

Transport and Logistics - Electric Passenger Train Guard - Traineeship

Vocational Training Order

Date of effect 2 March 2012
Updated 17 August 2018
Qualification TLI32318 Certificate III in Electric Passenger Train Guard
Term of traineeship Full-time:
  • 24 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved

Part-time:

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Probationary period 2 months

Transport and Logistics - Furniture Removal - Traineeships

Vocational Training Order

Date of effect 2 August 2013
Updated 17 August 2018
Qualifications
Term of traineeship< Full-time:
  • TLI2248 Certificate II in Furniture Removal
    • 12 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved
  • TLI33316 Certificate III in Furniture Removal direct entry
    • 24 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved
  • TLI33316 Certificate III in Furniture Removal where the trainee holds TLI22418 Certificate II in Furniture Removal
    • 12 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved

Part-time:

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School based

TLI22418 Certificate II in Furniture Removal

The term for a school based traineeship will be calculated in months from the date of commencement to 31 December of the HSC year. During this period the school-based trainee must undertake a minimum of 100 days of on-the-job training.

Probationary period 2 months

Transport and Logistics - International Freight Forwarding - Traineeships

Vocational Training Order

Date of effect 2 March 2012
Updated 9 May 2016

Qualifications

Terms of traineeships

Full-time:

  • TLI31316 Certificate III in International Freight Forwarding (Operator)
    • 24 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved
  • TLI41616 Certificate IV in International Freight Forwarding (Senior Operator) direct entry
    • 24 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved
  • TLI41616 Certificate IV in International Freight Forwarding (Senior Operator) where the trainee holds TLI31316 Certificate III in International Freight Forwarding (Operator)
    • 12 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved
  • TLI50316 Diploma of International Freight Forwarding by direct entry
    • 24 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved
  • TLI50316 Diploma of International Freight Forwarding where the trainee holds TLI41616 Certificate IV in International Freight Forwarding (Senior Operator)
    • 12 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved

Part-time:

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Probationary periods

Where the nominal term is:

  • up to and including 24 months - 2 months
  • greater than 24 months - 3 months

Transport and Logistics - Logistics - Traineeships

Vocational Training Order

Date of effect 2 March 2012
Updated 9 May 2016

Qualifications

Terms of traineeships

Full-time:

  • TLI21815 Certificate II in Logistics
    • 12 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved
  • TLI32416 Certificate III in Logistics by direct entry
    • 24 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved
  • TLI32416 Certificate III in Logistics where the trainee holds TLI21815 Certificate II in Logistics
    • 12 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved
  • TLI42016 Certificate IV in Logistics by direct entry
    • 24 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved
  • TLI42016 Certificate IV in Logistics where the trainee holds TLI32416 Certificate III in Logistics
    • 12 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved
  • TLI50415 Diploma of Logistics by direct entry
    • 24 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved
  • TLI50415 Diploma of Logistics - 18months or until the relevant competencies are achieved where the trainee holds one of:
    • TLI40410 Certificate IV in Transport and Logistics (Rail Operations)
    • TLI41515 Certificate IV in Materiel Logistics
    • TLI41616 Certificate IV in International Freight Forwarding (Senior Operator)
    • TLI41715 Certificate IV in Stevedoring Operations
    • TLI41816 Certificate IV in Warehousing Operations
    • TLI42016 Certificate IV in Logistics

Part-time:

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School based

TLI21815 Certificate II in Logistics

The term for a school based traineeship will be calculated in months from the date of commencement to 31 December of the HSC year. During this period the school-based trainee must undertake a minimum of 100 days of on-the-job training.

Probationary period 2 months

Transport and Logistics - Material Logistics - Traineeships

Vocational Training Order

Date of effect 2 March 2012
Updated 14 December 2015

Qualifications

Terms of traineeships

Full-time:

  • TLI41515 Certificate IV in Materiel Logistics
    • 24 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved
  • TLI50215 Diploma of Materiel Logistics by direct entry
    • 36 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved
  • TLI50215 Diploma of Materiel Logistics where the trainee holds TLI41515 Certificate IV in Materiel Logistics
    • 12 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved
  • TLI60115 Advanced Diploma of Materiel Logistics by direct entry
    • 48 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved
  • TLI60115 Advanced Diploma of Materiel Logistics where the trainee holds TLI50215 Diploma of Materiel Logistics
    • 12 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved

Part-time:

See part-time apprenticeships and traineeships

Probationary periods

Where the nominal term is:

  • up to and including 24 months - 2 months
  • greater than 24 months - 3 months

Transport and Logistics - Mechanical Rail Signalling - Traineeship

Vocational Training Order

Date of effect 2 March 2012
Updated 17 August 2018
Qualification TLI31918 Certificate III in Mechanical Rail Signalling

Term of traineeship

Full-time:

  • 24 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved

Part-time:

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Probationary period 2 months

Transport and Logistics - Mobile Crane Operations - Traineeships

Vocational Training Order

Date of effect 2 March 2012
Updated 9 November 2018
Qualifications

Terms of traineeships

Full-time:

  • TLI30118 Certificate III in Mobile Crane Operations
    • 24 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved
  • TLI40218 Certificate IV in Mobile Crane Operations by direct entry
    • 24 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved
  • TLI40218 Certificate IV in Mobile Crane Operations where the trainee holds TLI30118 Certificate III in Mobile Crane Operations
    • 12 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved

Part-time:

See part-time apprenticeships and traineeships

Probationary periods

Where the nominal term is:

  • up to and including 24 months - 2 months
  • greater than 24 months - 3 months

Transport and Logistics - Rail Customer Service - Traineeships

Vocational Training Order

Date of effect 9 May 2014
Updated 9 November 2018

Qualifications

Terms of traineeships

Full-time:

  • TLI22318 Certificate II in Rail Customer Service
    • 12 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved
  • TLI33118 Certificate III in Rail Customer Service by direct entry
    • 24 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved
  • TLI33118 Certificate III in Rail Customer Service where the trainee holds TLI22318 Certificate II in Rail Customer Service
    • 12 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved

Part-time:

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School based

TLI22318 Certificate II in Rail Customer Service

The term for a school based traineeship will be calculated in months from the date of commencement to 31 December of the HSC year. During this period the school-based trainee must undertake a minimum of 100 days of on-the-job training.

Probationary periods 2 months

Transport and Logistics - Rail Driving - Traineeship

Vocational Training Order

Date of effect 2 March 2012
Updated 17 August 2018
Qualification TLI31418 Certificate III in Rail Driving

Term of traineeship

Full-time:

  • 24 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved

Part-time:

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Probationary period 2 months

Transport and Logistics - Rail Infrastructure - Traineeships

Vocational Training Order

Date of effect 12 October 2012
Updated 14 December 2015

Qualifications

Terms of traineeships

Full-time:

  • TLI21315 Certificate II in Rail Infrastructure
    • 12 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved
  • TLI32515 Certificate III in Rail Infrastructure by direct entry
    • 24 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved
  • TLI32515 Certificate III in Rail Infrastructure where the trainee holds TLI21315 Certificate II in Rail Infrastructure
    • 12 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved
  • TLI42315 Certificate IV in Rail Infrastructure by direct entry
    • 24 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved
  • TLI42315 Certificate IV in Rail Infrastructure - 12 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved where the trainee holds one of:
    • TLI31815 Certificate III in Rail Track Surfacing
    • TLI31918 Certificate III in Mechanical Rail Signalling
    • TLI32115 Certificate III in Rail Structures
    • TLI32515 Certificate III in Rail Infrastructure
    • TLI32715 Certificate III in Track Protection

Part-time:

See part-time apprenticeships and traineeships

School based

TLI21315 Certificate II in Rail Infrastructure

The term for a school based traineeship will be calculated in months from the date of commencement to 31 December of the HSC year. During this period the school-based trainee must undertake a minimum of 100 days of on-the-job training.

Probationary period 2 months

Transport and Logistics - Rail Networking Control - Traineeship

Vocational Training Order

Date of effect 12 October 2012
Updated 14 December 2015
Qualification TLI42215 Certificate IV in Rail Network Control

Terms of traineeships

Full-time:

  • TLI42215 Certificate IV in Rail Network Control by direct entry
    • 24 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved
  • TLI42215 Certificate IV in Rail Network Control - 12 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved where the trainee holds one of:
    • TLI31815 Certificate III in Rail Track Surfacing
    • TLI31918 Certificate III in Mechanical Rail Signalling
    • TLI32115 Certificate III in Rail Structures
    • TLI32515 Certificate III in Rail Infrastructure
    • TLI32715 Certificate III in Track Protection

Part-time:

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Probationary period 2 months

Transport and Logistics - Rail Operations Management - Traineeship

Vocational Training Order

Date of effect 14 December 2015
Updated 9 November 2018
Qualification TLI50618 Diploma of Rail Operations Management
Term of traineeship Full-time:
  • 36 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved

Part-time:

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Probationary period

3 months

Transport and Logistics - Rail Safety Investigation - Traineeship

Date of effect 14 December 2015
Qualification TLI40115 Certificate IV in Rail Safety Investigation

Term of traineeship

Full-time:

  • 24 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved

Part-time:

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Probationary period

2 months

Transport and Logistics - Rail Safety Management - Traineeship

Vocational Training Orders

Date of effect 2 August 2013
Updated 14 December 2015
Qualification TLI42415 Certificate IV in Rail Safety Management

Term of traineeship

Full-time:

  • 24 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved

Part-time:

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Probationary period

2 months

Transport and Logistics - Rail Signalling - Traineeship

Vocational Training Order

Date of effect 12 October 2012
Updated 14 December 2015
Qualification TLI32615 Certificate III in Rail Signalling

Term of traineeship

Full-time:

  • 24 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved

Part-time:

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Probationary period

2 months

Transport and Logistics - Rail Structures - Traineeships

Vocational Training Order

Date of effect 2 March 2012
Updated 14 December 2015
Qualification TLI32115 Certificate III in Rail Structures

Term of traineeship

Full-time:

  • 24 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved

Part-time:

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Probationary period

2 months

Transport and Logistics - Rail Track Surfacing - Traineeship

Vocational Training Order

Date of effect 2 March 2012
Updated 14 December 2015
Qualification TLI31815 Certificate III in Rail Track Surfacing

Term of traineeship

Full-time:

  • 24 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved

Part-time:

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Probationary period

2 months

Transport and Logistics - Rail Track Vehicle Driving - Traineeship

Vocational Training Order

Date of effect 2 August 2013
Updated 14 December 2015
Qualification TLI22115 Certificate II in Rail Track Vehicle Driving

Term of traineeship

Full-time:

  • 12 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved

Part-time:

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Probationary period

2 months

Transport and Logistics - Rail Yard Coordination - Traineeship

Vocational Training Order

Date of effect 2 August 2013
Updated 14 December 2015
Qualification TLI32815 Certificate III in Rail Yard Coordination

Term of traineeship

Full-time:

  • 24 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved

Part-time:

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Probationary period

2 months

Transport and Logistics - Road Transport Terminal Operations - Traineeship

Vocational Training Order

Date of effect 9 November 2018
Qualification TLI20118 Certificate II in Road Transport Terminal Operations

Term of traineeship

Full-time:

  • 12 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved

Part-time:

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Probationary period

2 months

Transport and Logistics - Shunting - Traineeship

Vocational Training Order

Date of effect 2 August 2013
Updated 14 December 2015
Qualification TLI22015 Certificate II in Shunting

Term of traineeship

Full-time:

  • 12 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved

Part-time:

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Probationary period

2 months

Transport and Logistics - Stevedoring - Traineeship

Vocational Training Order

Date of effect 2 March 2012
Updated 17 August 2018

Qualifications

Terms of traineeships

Full-time:

  • TLI21416 Certificate II in Stevedoring
    • 12 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved
  • TLI33518 Certificate III in Stevedoring by direct entry
    • 24 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved
  • TLI33518 Certificate III in Stevedoring where the trainee holds TLI21416 Certificate II in Stevedoring
    • 12 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved
  • TLI41715 Certificate IV in Stevedoring Operations by direct entry
    • 36 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved
  • TLI41715 Certificate IV in Stevedoring Operations where the trainee holds TLI33518 Certificate III in Stevedoring
    • 12 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved

Part-time:

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School based

TLI21416 Certificate II in Stevedoring

The term for a school based traineeship will be calculated in months from the date of commencement to 31 December of the HSC year. During this period the school-based trainee must undertake a minimum of 100 days of on-the-job training.

Probationary periods

Where the nominal term is:

  • up to and including 24 months - 2 months
  • greater than 24 months - 3 months

Transport and Logistics - Terminal Train Driving - Traineeship

Vocational Training Order

Date of effect 14 December 2015
Qualification TLI33215 Certificate III in Terminal Train Driving

Term of traineeship

Full-time:

  • 24 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved

Part-time:

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Probationary period

2 months

Transport and Logistics - Track Protection - Traineeships

Vocational Training Order

Date of effect 12 October 2012
Updated 9 November 2018

Qualifications

Terms of traineeships

Full-time:

  • TLI21918 Certificate II in Track Protection
    • 12 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved
  • TLI32715 Certificate III in Track Protection by direct entry
    • 24 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved
  • TLI32715 Certificate III in Track Protection where the trainee holds TLI21918 Certificate II in Track Protection
    • 12 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved

Part-time:

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Probationary period

2 months

Transport and Logistics - Traffic Operations - Traineeship

Vocational Training Order

Date of effect 2 August 2013
Updated 9 May 2016
Qualification TLI42516 Certificate IV in Traffic Operations

Term of traineeship

Full-time:

  • 24 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved

Part-time:

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Probationary period

2 months

Transport and Logistics - Train Driving - Traineeship

Vocational Training Order

Date of effect 14 December 2015
Qualification TLI42615 Certificate IV in Train Driving

Term of traineeship

Full-time:

  • 24 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved

Part-time:

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Probationary period

2 months

Transport and Logistics - Tram or Light Rail - Traineeships

Vocational Training Order

Date of effect 14 December 2015
Updated 17 August 2018

Qualifications

Term of traineeships

Full-time:

  • TLI22215 Certificate II in Tram or Light Rail Infrastructure
    • 12 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved
  • TLI32918 Certificate III in Tram or Light Rail Infrastructure by direct entry
    • 24 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved
  • TLI32918 Certificate III in Tram or Light Rail Infrastructure where the trainee holds TLI22215 Certificate II in Tram or Light Rail Infrastructure
    • 12 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved
  • TLI42715 Certificate IV in Tram/Light Rail Control by direct entry
    • 36 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved
  • TLI42715 Certificate IV in Tram/Light Rail Control where the trainee holds TLI32918 Certificate III in Tram or Light Rail Infrastructure
    • 24 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved

Part-time:

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Probationary period

  • up to and including 24 months - 2 months
  • greater than 24 months - 3 months

Transport and Logistics - Warehousing Operations - Traineeships

Vocational Training Order

Date of effect 2 March 2012
Updated 9 May 2016

Qualifications

Terms of traineeships

Full-time:

  • TLI21616 Certificate II in Warehousing Operations
    • 12 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved
  • TLI31616 Certificate III in Warehousing Operations by direct entry
    • 24 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved
  • TLI31616 Certificate III in Warehousing Operations where the trainee holds TLI21616Certificate II in Warehousing Operations
    • 12 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved
  • TLI41816 Certificate IV in Warehousing Operations by direct entry
    • 36 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved
  • TLI41816 Certificate IV in Warehousing Operations where the trainee holds TLI31616 Certificate III in Warehousing Operations
    • 12 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved

Part-time:

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School based

TLI21616 Certificate II in Warehousing Operations

The term for a school based traineeship will be calculated in months from the date of commencement to 31 December of the HSC year. During this period the school-based trainee must undertake a minimum of 100 days of on-the-job training.

Probationary periods

Where the nominal term is:

  • up to and including 24 months - 2 months
  • greater than 24 months - 3 months

Transport and Logistics - Waste Driving - Traineeship

Vocational Training Order

Date of effect 9 May 2014
Updated 17 August 2018

Qualification

TLI33418 Certificate III in Waste Driving Operations

Term of traineeship

Full-time:

  • 24 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved

Part-time:

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Probationary period

2 months

Page last updated: 9 November 2018