Forklift Licence Course Summary
Upon successful completion of the forklift licence course, students will be able to apply for a SafeWork NSW high-risk work licence to operate a forklift (Class LF).
The Forklift Licence course is conducted over three (3) days for a regular course, or two (2) days for our advanced experienced operators course. Forklift Training is conducted on-site at our Newcastle premises (MAP) - or if required our trainers can travel to site for on-site training.
Forklift Licence course costs $450 + $75 for the licence application fee with Australia Post.
Who Is This Course For?
This course is a legal requirement for any person who needs to operate a forklift of class LF. I.e. Anyone who operates a powered industrial truck equipped with a mast and an elevating load carriage to which is attached a pair of fork arms or other attachment.
Next Course Dates
2nd to 4th March - 3 Day
4th to 6th March - 3 Day
11th & 12th March - 2 Day Advanced
16th to 18th March - 3 Day
21st & 22nd March - Weekend Advanced
30th March to 1st April - 3 Day
7th & 8th April - 2 Day Advanced
15th to 17th April - 3 Day
18th & 19th April - Weeknd Advanced
NB: Any of the two day forklift courses (including weekend courses) are geared towards more experienced operators, as they're a little more advanced kind of course - one less night to study, instead of 2, and slightly less time on the machine.
How do I make a Booking?... It's easy! Check out our Booking Guide for more details.
About the Course
The TLILIC2001 - Licence to operate a forklift truck course is intended for people who want to gain the skills and knowledge required to operate a forklift without supervision.
This is a complete Forklift Training and Licensing Course for beginner and advanced operators alike. They will learn the latest regulation, skills, training and understanding. This is a competency based training course where trainers will keep working with participants for additional periods of time to help all participants achieve the required competency.
Participants must be over 18 years of age, be able to speak and understand English; understand technical concepts and provide adequate 100 points of identification as per SafeWork NSW requirements.
The National Standard requires all high risk work licence training and assessment to be conducted under the supervision of an RTO, with the licence assessment component conducted by a SafeWork NSW accredited assessor.
A successful Formative Assessment must take place before the SafeWork NSW Summative Assessment can be done.
Helpful Study Material
Theory Learning Material
For students wishing to read through the material before attending please see this document https://goo.gl/P9DU1t.
For those students who would like to practice the math component of this course, we have built a small web-app that can be used for students to practice. These questions are similar in nature to kinds of questions you could expect to see during an assessment. So practicing these in advance, particularly if you're a little rusty with your maths, can really help with study.
For practice calculation see our practice forklift calculations page.
Main Newcastle Premises: 123 Training Solutions - 18 Gavey Street, Mayfield NSW 2304
Successful participants will receive a Statement of Attainment (TLILIC2001 - Licence to operate a forklift truck) and are granted with a temporary licence. Participants will then have 60 days to apply for a full licence at Australia Post.
3 Day Forklift Courses
Three day courses are comprised of two days of theory and practical training, with the SafeWork NSW assessment scheduled for the third day.
2 Day Advanced Forklift Courses
Two day courses are comprised of one and a half days of theory and practical training, with the SafeWork NSW assessment scheduled for a midday start on the second day.
Note that the two day advanced forklift courses are for experienced operators. It is expected that the participant has had previous experience operating a forklift - for example if they have previously held a forklift licence but has let it expire.
Participants MUST successfully complete a Formative Assessment, conducted by the RTO trainer, before they can be assessed by a SafeWork NSW assessor.
Participants may be required to attend additional training sessions in order to achieve the required competency.
Want more bang for your Buck?... Combine your Forklift Licence with a Dangerous Goods Awareness course for $725 (Total Savings = $50)
Weekend forklift courses are available for experienced operators. To register for a weekend course, it is expected that the participant has had previous experience operating a forklift.
The weekend forklift course would be suitable for a participant who has previously held a forklift licence but has let it expire. The course is conducted over two days, and comprises one and half days for training, and half a day for assessment
Upcoming Weekend Dates:
21st & 22nd March
18th & 19th April
Full Course $450 ~ Including Assessment.
License Application fee at Australia post of $75. ~ Passport photo required.
- Payment will be due in full on the first day of the course.
Cancellations, Non-Attendance, & Rescheduling
Below are the fees associated with Cancellations, Non-Attendance or Rescheduling your training.
- More than 7 Days - No additional charges
- Less than 7 Days - Each participant will be given one opportunity to re-book on another course at no additional charge. Full course fees are applicable when this happens a second time.