United in association with CERT Training is proud to offer customers a wide range of nationally recognised and accredited training courses for forklifts and elevated work platforms (EWP). Utilising our state of the art warehousing facility in Welshpool, students are given a truly unique onsite training experience in a fully operational warehouse setting.
Students can select from a variety of courses including High Risk Work (HRW) license courses for forklifts, order pickers and elevated work platforms, as well as Verification of Competency (VOC) training courses, available on a variety of equipment from smaller electric end riders all the way up to 45 tonne reach stackers.
Whatever training you need, United have the right equipment with professional trainers and assessors from CERT Training on site to deliver a professional and practical training experience.
Training Courses Available
High Risk Work (HRW) License Courses
The current national licensing standard requires operators of forklifts, order pickers or elevated work platforms to hold a National High Risk Work (HRW) License issued by WorkSafe.
We provide three High Risk Work license courses for forklifts, order pickers and elevated work platform (boom length 11 metres or more).
Upon the successful completion of either of these courses, students will then receive a Statement of Attainment indicating the nationally recognised Unit of Competency. A Notice of Assessment will then be issued to the student by the Worksafe Trainer/Assessor, which will become the student’s interim license until the HRW license is received from WorkSafe (valid for 60 days).
A copy of the students Statement of Attainment, Notice of Assessment, valid identifications and the completed WorkSafe License to Perform High Risk Work application, along with payment, will then be forwarded to WorkSafe by CERT Training. We take care of all the paperwork so your employee’s don’t have to.
WorkSafe will then forward the High Risk Work License to the student. This process may take between 4-5 weeks.
TLILIC2001: License to Operate a Forklift Truck (Class LF)
1 Day Course – For experienced operators
This 1 day course is best suited to experienced operators who have a strong grasp of forklift operations and have completed the pre-attendance study. This comprises simple completion of our Learner Packs, available online once enrolled.
1 Day Course – For inexperienced operators
This 1 day course is suited for candidates who have no practical forklift experience. You’ll need to complete the Pre-Attendance Learner Packs as per option 1.
2 Day Course – For inexperienced operators
A 2 day course is best suited to those who;
- have little or no practical forklift background,
- do not have access to a forklift for supervised practice (HRW License 2-5 day logbook)
- are unable to spend the short time required studying the Pre-Attendance Learner Packs ahead of actual course attendance.
TLILIC2005: License to operate a boom-type elevating work platform (boom length 11 metres or more) (Class WP)
This course applies to anyone operating a boom-type elevating work platform (boom length 11 metres or more) and involves the operation of a telescoping device, hinged device, or articulated device or any combination of these used to support a platform on which personnel, equipment and materials may be elevated to perform work.
2 Day Course – For experienced and inexperienced operators
A 2 Day Course is available for both experienced and inexperienced operators to successfully complete your Elevated Work Platform course, resulting in both a Statement of Attainment and High Risk Work License.
Verification of Competency (VOC) Courses
VOC courses provide a method of verifying the skills, abilities, knowledge and attitude of your employees to not only operate a piece of plant or equipment, but to do so in a safe manner. VOC courses are provided for the following mobile equipment;
- Walkie stacker
- Reach stacker
- Container handlers
Whilst some these items of mobile equipment do not require the possession of a High Risk Work License, the OHS Act (1984) WA (section 19(1)(b)) requires evidence that suitable information, training and instruction has taken place.
Each course runs for approximately 2 hours.
Yellow Card Courses
This nationally and industry recognised course is designed to give students the skills and competency to operate elevated work platforms which do not require a WorkSafe license (High Risk Work license). Upon successful completion of this course the student will be issued a Statement of Attainment and a wallet sized operator card (Yellow card) from the EWPA Accredited Trainer.
- Scissor lift
- Vertical lift
- Boom lift
- Trailer lift