The Australian Industry and Skills Committee (AISC) has commissioned the review of one Qualification in the TLI Transport and Logistics Training Package.
New technology and the impact of traffic congestion is driving the need for new skills including the ability to effectively manage and operate within ever changing traffic environments. Specialised skills, problem-solving and analytical skills, are driving a more integrated approach to traffic operations. The reliance on road transport continues to increase and industry is seeking new and innovative ways to improve efficiency.
This project will address specific skills and knowledge needed to manage and improve congestion issues and drive efficiency through the implementation of innovative approaches. It will include the review of:
- TLI42516 Certificate IV in Traffic Operations
Units of Competency (19)
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- TLIF4007 Implement and coordinate accident-emergency procedures
- TLIF4069 Monitor and respond to traffic flow
- TLIE3023 Use electronic communication systems
- TLIK2010 Use info technology devices in the workplace
- TLIF3013 Coordinate breakdowns and emergencies
- TLIU1009 Monitor plant and equipment in an environmentally sustainable manner
- TLIF5020 Manage emergencies
- TLIB2001 Check and assess operational capabilities of equipment
- TLIU3014 Operate vehicle in an environmentally sustainable manner
- TLIO3007 Undertake emergency response action to a security threat
- TLIO3012 Manage disruptive and/or unlawful behaviour
- TLIO3016 Apply and monitor workplace security procedures
- TLIE2007 Use communications systems
- TLIE2008 Process workplace documentation
- TLIE3004 Prepare workplace documents
- TLIA4005 Check and evaluate records and documentation
- TLIF3085 Apply local incident response procedures
- TLIF4108 Implement traffic management plan in the transport industry
- TLIF2006 Apply accident-emergency procedures
The Transport and Logistics Industry Reference Committee (IRC) will have oversight of this project, which will be facilitated by Australian Industry Standards (AIS) in consultation with industry stakeholders. A Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) will be formed for this project.
This project commenced Wednesday, 20 June 2018.
Regular updates will be posted on this page throughout the life of the project.
If you have any questions about this project, please contact Industry Manager Klausch Schmidt.
21 February 2019
Draft Material Available
The TAC has finalised draft materials for this project and would like your feedback.
To view the drafts, click below:
Units of Competency
Please submit your feedback by close of business by Friday, 29 March 2019.
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Feedback will be collated and discussed at the next TAC meeting.
23 July 2018
INDUSTRY SUBJECT MATTER EXPERTS NEEDED
The Transport and Logistics IRC is currently forming a TAC for the TLI Traffic Operations Project.
Your industry expertise and insight is welcome to help review one qualification and 19 Units of Competency in the TLI Transport and Logistics Training Package.
To register your Expression of Interest in becoming a TAC member please complete the registration form, by close of business Wednesday, 8 August 2018. Expressions of Interest have now closed.
11 January 2018
Case for Change Consultation
A Case for Change has been developed by the Transport and Logistics IRC to review two qualifications, TLI32416 Certificate III in Logistics and TLI42516 Certificate IV in Traffic Operations due to increases in traffic flow congestion and new technologies.
TLI32416 Certificate III in Logistics
Technology is driving the need for higher-order skills, including the ability to effectively manage and operate within ever changing environments. This review is considered an imperative to ensure Australian Transport and Logistics businesses remain competitive.
TLI42516 Certificate IV in Traffic Operations
The reliance on road transport continues to increase and industry is seeking new and innovative ways to improve efficiency. A review will address the specific skills and knowledge needed to manage and improve congestion issues and drive efficiency through the implementation of innovative approaches.
The Transport and Logistics IRC is seeking public feedback on this proposed Training Package work.
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Please submit your feedback by Monday, 29 January 2018.
If you have any questions about this project, please contact Industry Manager Klausch Schmidt via email firstname.lastname@example.org or 0417 568 967.