Fatigue Management Course

TLIF2010 – Apply Fatigue Management Strategies

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Fatigue Management Course for truck drivers with Skills Training College



This course is delivered entirely in-person at our specialised training venues and lasts 4 hours.


  • $99 – all costs included


Boost your professional growth in the transport sector with our TLIF2010 – Apply Fatigue Management Strategies course. Integral to the TLISS00241 Fatigue Management Skill Set within the TLI Transport and Logistics Training Package, this course is specifically designed for individuals in heavy vehicle operations or management roles.

The course meets the demanding fatigue management standards required in the supply chain sector and provides a thorough training experience. This includes learning to adjust to different rosters, incorporating lifestyle management strategies, and developing a comprehensive understanding of compliance requirements.

Participants will gain skills in proactive strategy implementation, enhance their understanding of the most recent fatigue management technologies, and develop effective communication skills.

As a CRICOS-certified course, we ensure its accessibility for international students in Australia. Upon completion all students will be armed with the knowledge to interpret complex regulations, recognise fatigue symptoms, and employ essential strategies in various work situations.

 Register now and join the effort towards a more secure and efficient transport sector!


    After successfully completing this unit, you will obtain the TLISS00241 – Fatigue Management Skill Set. This achievement will equip you with the expertise to effectively identify, observe, manage and prevent fatigue.Roster Adaptability and SOP Proficiency:

    The TLIF2010 course, recognised nationally for its focus on fatigue management, is carefully designed to enhance your adaptability skills across both basic and advanced aspects of fatigue management.

    It readies you to effectively manage fatigue in the transport industry, emphasising the seamless integration of fatigue management techniques into changing rosters and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs). Essential for those involved in driving or managing heavy vehicle transport.

     Lifestyle Harmonisation:

    Explore the critical impact of lifestyle choices on fatigue management. This module is a key part of our fatigue management training, aimed at helping you align your personal health with the challenges of the heavy vehicle industry.

    Proactive Safety Measures and Strategic Approaches:

    Develop expertise in implementing a fatigue risk management system with our advanced fatigue management accreditation. The training includes innovative strategies to control and minimise fatigue risks in professional environments, especially designed for those operating or supervising heavy vehicles in the transport industry.

    Compliance and Procedure Expertise:

    Discover the essentials of complying with national heavy vehicle regulator standards and the NHVAS accreditation scheme. Our course offers a thorough understanding and hands-on experience with fatigue management regulations, greatly enhancing your career in the transport industry. 

    Adaptation to Context:

    Sharpen your ability in contextual adaptation, a crucial skill in effective fatigue risk management. This module prepares you to manage fatigue in a variety of work environments, utilising flexible, real-world strategies. 

    Technical Expertise:

    Enhance your technical knowledge in applying fatigue management strategies with our nationally recognised course. Including the adoption of new technologies like driver retinal scanning, this training is applicable for those seeking national heavy vehicle accreditation. 

    Recognising Signs of Fatigue:

    Become skilled in identifying and responding to fatigue symptoms, a critical component of fatigue management. This knowledge is particularly important for drivers, supervisors, and managers in the transport industry, crucial for maintaining safety and reducing the risk of dangerous driver fatigue. 

    Collaborative Communication and Fatigue Management:

    Significantly boost your ability in effective communication and collaborative methods for managing fatigue. This training is indispensable for staff in the heavy vehicle and transport sector, fostering teamwork and collective responsibility for a fatigue-safe workplace. 


    Skills Training College’s fatigue management training courses are taught at the following locations:

    South Australia:

    • Level 2-45 Grenfell Street, Adelaide, SA, 5000
    • 6/89 John Street, Salisbury, South Australia, SA 5108

    Please call us for other training delivery sites available and discuss training options and locations that fit your schedule.

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    Course Details

    Pre-Requisites and Entry requirements

    The fatigue management course at Skills Training College does not demand any academic qualifications for admission. However, to be eligible, students must meet the following requirements:

    Age Requirement:

    Students need to be a minimum of 16 years old. Those below 18 must submit a Parental Consent Form that’s properly signed before starting any course at Skills Training College.

    Language, Learning & Numeracy

    Students must have adequate literacy skills to handle pre-course reading and understand safety signage.

    USI Requirements:

    A Unique Student Identifier (USI) number is essential for course registration.

    Inclusive Enrollment

    We welcome both domestic and international students who are eager to expand their knowledge and skills in fatigue management.

    Career Opportunities

    Finishing the ‘Apply Fatigue Management Strategies’ course can significantly elevate your career in the transport industry, notably improving opportunities for truck drivers, managers, and supervisors. This course is a critical step for those committed to upholding safety and efficiency in their roles.

    • Improved Opportunities in Truck Driving and Management: The course provides a solid base for those starting their careers in the transport sector, particularly in truck driving and management roles. The specialised focus on fatigue management enhances your competencies in safety and efficiency, making you more desirable to transport industry employers.
    • Advancement in Safety and Compliance: This course emphasises compliance with national heavy vehicle regulator standards, and will equip you for roles centred on safety and compliance, integral elements in the transport sector.
    • Eligibility for Higher Supervisory Roles: Acquiring expertise in fatigue management strategies and the ability to recognise fatigue symptoms prepares you for supervisory roles. These require a comprehensive understanding of driver safety and vehicle management, areas extensively covered in the course.
    • Benefits for Independent Contractors: For independent contractors in truck driving and similar fields, this course offers an advantage in increasing their professional standing and market appeal. This credential can help in drawing more clients and securing contracts with greater value.

    Completing this course awards you the TLISS00241 Fatigue Management Skill Set from the TLI Transport and Logistics Training Package. These skills align with the industry’s standards for fatigue management in the supply chain sector, making the course an excellent option for those looking to enhance their industry knowledge.

    Units of Competency

    In this course, there are 9 core modules you must complete to receive your certificate.

    • 1.1 Potential causes of fatigue are identified and actions taken to minimise their effects in accordance with workplace procedures
    • 1.2 Personal warning signs of fatigue are recognised, and necessary steps are taken in accordance with workplace procedures, to ensure that effective work capability and alertness are maintained
    • 2.1 Workplace procedures are assessed to minimise fatigue
    • 2.2 Factors that increase the risk of fatigue-related accidents and incidents are minimised
    • 2.3 Fatigue management strategies are implemented in accordance with workplace policy and procedures
    • 2.4 Lifestyle choices are made that promote the effective long-term management of fatigue
    • 2.5 Effective practices in combating fatigue are adopted and applied
    • 2.6 Personal fatigue management strategies are communicated to relevant people
    • 2.7 Appropriate countermeasures are planned to combat fatigue
    Course Delivery

    At Skills Training College, we emphasise hands-on and engaging learning experiences. The TLIF2010 – Apply Fatigue Management Strategies course is structured as a fully in-person program, with a detailed, full-day session (4 hours) conducted at our professional training centre.

    The course covers all essential theoretical and assessment elements, including:

    • Practical Demonstrations: Participants will take part in role-playing and simulated exercises.
    • Knowledge Assessment: This consists of a set of multiple-choice questions that comprehensively test ‘Fatigue Management Knowledge’.
    • Project Tasks: Students must display their competence in following workplace procedures through three different fatigue management scenarios.

    In addition to these, active involvement in discussions designed to improve fatigue management techniques is also a key component of the program.

    Course Fees & Payment Options

    At Skills Training College, our goal is to provide affordable training options. Our course fee is set at a single payment of $99, which applies uniformly to all students.

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