NEXT COURSE – 9th & 10th May 2015
DGET is a Registered Training Organisation that provides dangerous goods training & consultancy.
- Course in the Transport of Dangerous Goods by Road Driver Licence Course (comprising of TLILIC3013A Preparation to transport dangerous goods by road).
NEW IN 2015 – UNIQUE STUDENT IDENTIFIERS (USI)
If you’re studying nationally recognised training in Australia from 1 January 2015, you will be required to have a Unique Student Identifier (USI).
Your USI links to an online account that contains all your training records and results (transcript) that you have completed from 1 January 2015 onwards. Your results from 2015 will be available in your USI account in 2016.
When applying for a job or enrolling in further study, you will often need to provide your training records and results (transcript). One of the main benefits of the USI is the ability to provide students with easy access to their training records and results (transcript) throughout their life.
You can access your USI account online from your computer, tablet or smart phone anytime.
How to get a USI
From 1 January 2015 you will need to give your USI to your training organisation when you enrol to study.
Students who need a USI include:
Course in the Transport of Dangerous Goods by Road Driver Licence Course (comprising of TLILIC3013A Preparation to transport dangerous goods by road)
Held over 2 days (Minimum 16 hours) – IT IS A LICENSING REQUIREMENT THAT THIS COURSE BE CONDUCTED AS A MINIMUM OF 16 HOURS OF SUPERVISED TRAINING AND ASSESSMENT. Classroom tuition 8am to 4pm – 4.30pm each day. Upon completion of the course, and conditional upon other pre-requisites such as medical fitness, driving history, criminal history etc, and satisfactory completion of the written examination, the student will have the underpinning knowledge required by Queensland Transport and will be issued with a Statement of Attainment enabling them to apply for a Dangerous Goods Driver Licence.
All aspects of the required knowledge are covered, including legislation, definitions, classes and divisions of dangerous goods, transport documents and emergency information, segregation of incompatible goods, marking of packages, large receptacles and vehicles, additional requirements for drivers over and above normal road rules, transfer procedures, fire extinguishers and personal protective equipment and its use. Practical application of the requirements for segregation and vehicle placarding (marking). This is done by using model vehicles and freight.
Do we have the required expertise?
After years in the transport industry training people in Dangerous Goods the answer is yes.
We have all the required approvals and knowledge.
BRISBANE - MAY 2015 COURSES
Saturday 16th & Sunday 17th May 2015
Tuesday 19th & Wednesday 20th May 2015
TOOWOOMBA – MAY 2015 COURSES
Saturday 9th May & Sunday 10th May 2015
GLADSTONE – MAY 2015 COURSES
Saturday 30th May & Sunday 31st May 2015
Other Courses Available
- Chain of Responsibility
- Load Restraint Awareness
- Dangerous Goods Awareness