Shift materials safely using manual handling methods

Shift materials safely using manual handling methods

UNIT OF COMPETENCY

TLID1001 – Shift materials safely using manual handling methods

COURSE DESCRIPTION

This unit involves the skills and knowledge required to shift loads safely using manual handling methods. Work must be carried out in compliance with the relevant work health and safety (WHS)/occupational health and safety (OHS) regulations concerning the manual handling and movement of loads.

It includes assessing the risks associated with relocating the load, planning the relocation process and carrying out the relocation in accordance with the plan.

Work is performed under some supervision generally within a team environment.

SUPPORT

Kevesther will provide effective links and networks with relevant agencies to support participation and achieve successful outcomes for the learners. Where additional support is required outside the limits of Kevesther, any cost will be to the learner. Kevesther will assist you in finding a suitable agency to meet your needs.

REASONABLE ADJUSTMENT

All students are required to do an LLN. This assists your trainer to identify if there are further support needs required. Kevesther considers the individual learner’s needs in the assessment process. Where appropriate, reasonable adjustment is applied to take into account the individual learner’s needs. The trainer will inform the learner about the assessment process and provide the learner with the opportunity to challenge the result of the assessment and be reassessed if necessary.

DURATION

The course duration is self-paced learning with theory online followed with practical training onsite. The duration is aligned to the individual learner’s training and assessment plan to enable them to progress through their training at their own rate, without being locked into fixed time periods. This involves a strong partnership between Kevesther as the RTO and the client which will allow the student to complete their training. Practical components are performed in the field to minimise disruption to the operation. Simulated training is also provided to compliment workplace delivery.

ASSESSMENT/RPL

Recognition of Prior Learning is available to all learners. This is an important assessment pathway, particularly for people who are considering doing study. The recognition gained may considerably reduce the study time needed to get a qualification. RPL is a process that must take place at the commencement of training. The RPL assessment may include workplace observation, interviews and professional conversations, work samples and documented evidence. The program will be delivered through tasks that will simulate the specific industry environment and supports the development of the practical skills and theoretical knowledge require to support the achievement of competency in this course. A range of teaching and learning strategies will be used to deliver the competencies. These include: – Practical Tasks – Group work and individual work tasks – Face to face trainer led theory classes/meetings – Activities in simulated work environments (as per training package requirements) – On-the-job training (conducted on-site at the client workplace)

FEES

  • All conditions of this policy relate to Kevesther Fees Schedule which is available on request. Please contact our administration team for details.
  • Under Standards for RTOs 2015 the fees collected by an RTO are protected to ensure protection for the clients. An enrolment fee equal to 20% of the full course fee OR an amount of $1500 (whichever is the lesser figure) per student is required on completion of each Enrolment Form to ensure a place is secured. This must be received by Kevesther administration at least 1O working days prior to the scheduled start date of the course. The enrolment fee includes a non-refundable fee of $200.
  • Fees include all texts, equipment and products. Receipts will be issued electronically for any amount paid
  • Pre-course enrolment fees and any course related fees paid in advance throughout the duration of the course are kept in a student fee account with a recognised banking institution until such time as the tuition to which they relate has occurred.
  • Course fees for the remaining 80% of the total course cost (or the balance of total course fees) will be invoiced at intervals through the respective course. Payments due and the frequency of payments are outlined in the fee schedule.
  • Fees are to be paid as per the requirements of each invoice.
  • A student is considered not eligible for the issue of any course

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

This course adopts a blended learning style.

Participants of this course are required to complete online written assessment prior to attendance at practical assessment session/s

It is recommended the written component be completed approximately 1 week prior to undertaking the practical component of the course

COURSE OUTCOME

On successful completion students will receive a Nationally Recognised Statement of Attainment which is recognised under the Australian Qualifications Framework.

Participate in basic workplace communication

Participate in basic workplace communication

UNIT OF COMPETENCY

TLIE1003 – Participate in basic workplace communication

COURSE DESCRIPTION

This unit involves the skills and knowledge required to participate effectively in basic workplace communication as an integral part of routine work in the context of the workplace concerned.

It includes communicating information about routine tasks, processes, events or skills; participating in group discussions to achieve appropriate work outcomes; and representing group views to others.

Work is performed under some supervision, generally within a team environment.

SUPPORT

Kevesther will provide effective links and networks with relevant agencies to support participation and achieve successful outcomes for the learners. Where additional support is required outside the limits of Kevesther, any cost will be to the learner. Kevesther will assist you in finding a suitable agency to meet your needs.

REASONABLE ADJUSTMENT

All students are required to do an LLN. This assists your trainer to identify if there are further support needs required. Kevesther considers the individual learner’s needs in the assessment process. Where appropriate, reasonable adjustment is applied to take into account the individual learner’s needs. The trainer will inform the learner about the assessment process and provide the learner with the opportunity to challenge the result of the assessment and be reassessed if necessary.

DURATION

The course duration is self-paced learning with theory online followed with practical training onsite. The duration is aligned to the individual learner’s training and assessment plan to enable them to progress through their training at their own rate, without being locked into fixed time periods. This involves a strong partnership between Kevesther as the RTO and the client which will allow the student to complete their training. Practical components are performed in the field to minimise disruption to the operation. Simulated training is also provided to compliment workplace delivery.

ASSESSMENT/RPL

Recognition of Prior Learning is available to all learners. This is an important assessment pathway, particularly for people who are considering doing study. The recognition gained may considerably reduce the study time needed to get a qualification. RPL is a process that must take place at the commencement of training. The RPL assessment may include workplace observation, interviews and professional conversations, work samples and documented evidence. The program will be delivered through tasks that will simulate the specific industry environment and supports the development of the practical skills and theoretical knowledge require to support the achievement of competency in this course. A range of teaching and learning strategies will be used to deliver the competencies. These include: – Practical Tasks – Group work and individual work tasks – Face to face trainer led theory classes/meetings – Activities in simulated work environments (as per training package requirements) – On-the-job training (conducted on-site at the client workplace)

FEES

  • All conditions of this policy relate to Kevesther Fees Schedule which is available on request. Please contact our administration team for details.
  • Under Standards for RTOs 2015 the fees collected by an RTO are protected to ensure protection for the clients. An enrolment fee equal to 20% of the full course fee OR an amount of $1500 (whichever is the lesser figure) per student is required on completion of each Enrolment Form to ensure a place is secured. This must be received by Kevesther administration at least 1O working days prior to the scheduled start date of the course. The enrolment fee includes a non-refundable fee of $200.
  • Fees include all texts, equipment and products. Receipts will be issued electronically for any amount paid
  • Pre-course enrolment fees and any course related fees paid in advance throughout the duration of the course are kept in a student fee account with a recognised banking institution until such time as the tuition to which they relate has occurred.
  • Course fees for the remaining 80% of the total course cost (or the balance of total course fees) will be invoiced at intervals through the respective course. Payments due and the frequency of payments are outlined in the fee schedule.
  • Fees are to be paid as per the requirements of each invoice.
  • A student is considered not eligible for the issue of any course

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

This course adopts a blended learning style.

Participants of this course are required to complete online written assessment prior to attendance at practical assessment session/s

It is recommended the written component be completed approximately 1 week prior to undertaking the practical component of the course

COURSE OUTCOME

On successful completion students will receive a Nationally Recognised Statement of Attainment which is recognised under the Australian Qualifications Framework.

Follow occupational health and safety procedures

Follow occupational health and safety procedures

UNIT OF COMPETENCY

TLIF1001 – Follow occupational health and safety procedures

COURSE DESCRIPTION

This unit involves the skills and knowledge required to follow and apply work health and safety (WHS)/occupational health and safety (OHS) procedures when carrying out work activities in compliance with the relevant WHS/OHS regulations and procedures.

It includes following workplace procedures for hazard identification and risk control, contributing to WHS/OHS management arrangements and completing WHS/OHS records.

Work is performed under some supervision generally within a team environment. It involves applying established WHS/OHS and hazard minimisation principles and procedures to conduct workplace activities.

SUPPORT

Kevesther will provide effective links and networks with relevant agencies to support participation and achieve successful outcomes for the learners. Where additional support is required outside the limits of Kevesther, any cost will be to the learner. Kevesther will assist you in finding a suitable agency to meet your needs.

REASONABLE ADJUSTMENT

All students are required to do an LLN. This assists your trainer to identify if there are further support needs required. Kevesther considers the individual learner’s needs in the assessment process. Where appropriate, reasonable adjustment is applied to take into account the individual learner’s needs. The trainer will inform the learner about the assessment process and provide the learner with the opportunity to challenge the result of the assessment and be reassessed if necessary.

DURATION

The course duration is self-paced learning with theory online followed with practical training onsite. The duration is aligned to the individual learner’s training and assessment plan to enable them to progress through their training at their own rate, without being locked into fixed time periods. This involves a strong partnership between Kevesther as the RTO and the client which will allow the student to complete their training. Practical components are performed in the field to minimise disruption to the operation. Simulated training is also provided to compliment workplace delivery.

ASSESSMENT/RPL

Recognition of Prior Learning is available to all learners. This is an important assessment pathway, particularly for people who are considering doing study. The recognition gained may considerably reduce the study time needed to get a qualification. RPL is a process that must take place at the commencement of training. The RPL assessment may include workplace observation, interviews and professional conversations, work samples and documented evidence. The program will be delivered through tasks that will simulate the specific industry environment and supports the development of the practical skills and theoretical knowledge require to support the achievement of competency in this course. A range of teaching and learning strategies will be used to deliver the competencies. These include: – Practical Tasks – Group work and individual work tasks – Face to face trainer led theory classes/meetings – Activities in simulated work environments (as per training package requirements) – On-the-job training (conducted on-site at the client workplace)

FEES

  • All conditions of this policy relate to Kevesther Fees Schedule which is available on request. Please contact our administration team for details.
  • Under Standards for RTOs 2015 the fees collected by an RTO are protected to ensure protection for the clients. An enrolment fee equal to 20% of the full course fee OR an amount of $1500 (whichever is the lesser figure) per student is required on completion of each Enrolment Form to ensure a place is secured. This must be received by Kevesther administration at least 1O working days prior to the scheduled start date of the course. The enrolment fee includes a non-refundable fee of $200.
  • Fees include all texts, equipment and products. Receipts will be issued electronically for any amount paid
  • Pre-course enrolment fees and any course related fees paid in advance throughout the duration of the course are kept in a student fee account with a recognised banking institution until such time as the tuition to which they relate has occurred.
  • Course fees for the remaining 80% of the total course cost (or the balance of total course fees) will be invoiced at intervals through the respective course. Payments due and the frequency of payments are outlined in the fee schedule.
  • Fees are to be paid as per the requirements of each invoice.
  • A student is considered not eligible for the issue of any course

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

This course adopts a blended learning style.

Participants of this course are required to complete online written assessment prior to attendance at practical assessment session/s

It is recommended the written component be completed approximately 1 week prior to undertaking the practical component of the course

COURSE OUTCOME

On successful completion students will receive a Nationally Recognised Statement of Attainment which is recognised under the Australian Qualifications Framework.

Fatigue management strategies

Fatigue management strategies

UNIT OF COMPETENCY

TLIF2010 – Apply fatigue management strategies

COURSE DESCRIPTION

This unit involves the skills and knowledge required to apply fatigue management strategies within the transport and logistics industry. Work is undertaken in compliance with relevant legislation, regulations, codes and guidelines. It includes identifying and acting on signs of fatigue and implementing appropriate strategies to minimise fatigue during work activities, in particular when operating equipment, trains, vehicles, load shifting equipment, marine vessels and aircraft. Work is performed under some supervision generally within a team environment.

No licensing, legislative or certification requirements apply to this unit at the time of publication.

SUPPORT

Kevesther will provide effective links and networks with relevant agencies to support participation and achieve successful outcomes for the learners. Where additional support is required outside the limits of Kevesther, any cost will be to the learner. Kevesther will assist you in finding a suitable agency to meet your needs.

REASONABLE ADJUSTMENT

All students are required to do an LLN. This assists your trainer to identify if there are further support needs required. Kevesther considers the individual learner’s needs in the assessment process. Where appropriate, reasonable adjustment is applied to take into account the individual learner’s needs. The trainer will inform the learner about the assessment process and provide the learner with the opportunity to challenge the result of the assessment and be reassessed if necessary.

DURATION

The course duration is self-paced learning with theory online followed with practical training onsite. The duration is aligned to the individual learner’s training and assessment plan to enable them to progress through their training at their own rate, without being locked into fixed time periods. This involves a strong partnership between Kevesther as the RTO and the client which will allow the student to complete their training. Practical components are performed in the field to minimise disruption to the operation. Simulated training is also provided to compliment workplace delivery.

ASSESSMENT/RPL

Recognition of Prior Learning is available to all learners. This is an important assessment pathway, particularly for people who are considering doing study. The recognition gained may considerably reduce the study time needed to get a qualification. RPL is a process that must take place at the commencement of training. The RPL assessment may include workplace observation, interviews and professional conversations, work samples and documented evidence. The program will be delivered through tasks that will simulate the specific industry environment and supports the development of the practical skills and theoretical knowledge require to support the achievement of competency in this course. A range of teaching and learning strategies will be used to deliver the competencies. These include: – Practical Tasks – Group work and individual work tasks – Face to face trainer led theory classes/meetings – Activities in simulated work environments (as per training package requirements) – On-the-job training (conducted on-site at the client workplace)

FEES

  • All conditions of this policy relate to Kevesther Fees Schedule which is available on request. Please contact our administration team for details.
  • Under Standards for RTOs 2015 the fees collected by an RTO are protected to ensure protection for the clients. An enrolment fee equal to 20% of the full course fee OR an amount of $1500 (whichever is the lesser figure) per student is required on completion of each Enrolment Form to ensure a place is secured. This must be received by Kevesther administration at least 1O working days prior to the scheduled start date of the course. The enrolment fee includes a non-refundable fee of $200.
  • Fees include all texts, equipment and products. Receipts will be issued electronically for any amount paid
  • Pre-course enrolment fees and any course related fees paid in advance throughout the duration of the course are kept in a student fee account with a recognised banking institution until such time as the tuition to which they relate has occurred.
  • Course fees for the remaining 80% of the total course cost (or the balance of total course fees) will be invoiced at intervals through the respective course. Payments due and the frequency of payments are outlined in the fee schedule.
  • Fees are to be paid as per the requirements of each invoice.
  • A student is considered not eligible for the issue of any course

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

This course adopts a blended learning style.

Participants of this course are required to complete online written assessment prior to attendance at practical assessment session/s

It is recommended the written component be completed approximately 1 week prior to undertaking the practical component of the course

COURSE OUTCOME

On successful completion students will receive a Nationally Recognised Statement of Attainment which is recognised under the Australian Qualifications Framework.

Safely access the rail

Safely access the rail

UNIT OF COMPETENCY

TLIF2080 – Safely access the rail

COURSE DESCRIPTION

This unit involves the skills and knowledge required to enter the rail corridor.

It includes taking appropriate safety precautions to:

  • access the danger zone
  • access the rail corridor
  • respond appropriately in an emergency.

People achieving competence in this unit will need to fulfil the applicable state/territory legislated rail safety requirements and to comply with relevant codes of practice, rules and/or guidelines. This unit involves the application of Rail Infrastructure Manager rules, procedures and protocols for rail safety.  This unit applies to all people accessing the rail corridor.

No licensing, legislative or certification requirements apply to this unit at the time of publication.

SUPPORT

Kevesther will provide effective links and networks with relevant agencies to support participation and achieve successful outcomes for the learners. Where additional support is required outside the limits of Kevesther, any cost will be to the learner. Kevesther will assist you in finding a suitable agency to meet your needs.

REASONABLE ADJUSTMENT

All students are required to do an LLN. This assists your trainer to identify if there are further support needs required. Kevesther considers the individual learner’s needs in the assessment process. Where appropriate, reasonable adjustment is applied to take into account the individual learner’s needs. The trainer will inform the learner about the assessment process and provide the learner with the opportunity to challenge the result of the assessment and be reassessed if necessary.

DURATION

The course duration is self-paced learning with theory online followed with practical training onsite. The duration is aligned to the individual learner’s training and assessment plan to enable them to progress through their training at their own rate, without being locked into fixed time periods. This involves a strong partnership between Kevesther as the RTO and the client which will allow the student to complete their training. Practical components are performed in the field to minimise disruption to the operation. Simulated training is also provided to compliment workplace delivery.

ASSESSMENT/RPL

Recognition of Prior Learning is available to all learners. This is an important assessment pathway, particularly for people who are considering doing study. The recognition gained may considerably reduce the study time needed to get a qualification. RPL is a process that must take place at the commencement of training. The RPL assessment may include workplace observation, interviews and professional conversations, work samples and documented evidence. The program will be delivered through tasks that will simulate the specific industry environment and supports the development of the practical skills and theoretical knowledge require to support the achievement of competency in this course. A range of teaching and learning strategies will be used to deliver the competencies. These include: – Practical Tasks – Group work and individual work tasks – Face to face trainer led theory classes/meetings – Activities in simulated work environments (as per training package requirements) – On-the-job training (conducted on-site at the client workplace)

FEES

  • All conditions of this policy relate to Kevesther Fees Schedule which is available on request. Please contact our administration team for details.
  • Under Standards for RTOs 2015 the fees collected by an RTO are protected to ensure protection for the clients. An enrolment fee equal to 20% of the full course fee OR an amount of $1500 (whichever is the lesser figure) per student is required on completion of each Enrolment Form to ensure a place is secured. This must be received by Kevesther administration at least 1O working days prior to the scheduled start date of the course. The enrolment fee includes a non-refundable fee of $200.
  • Fees include all texts, equipment and products. Receipts will be issued electronically for any amount paid
  • Pre-course enrolment fees and any course related fees paid in advance throughout the duration of the course are kept in a student fee account with a recognised banking institution until such time as the tuition to which they relate has occurred.
  • Course fees for the remaining 80% of the total course cost (or the balance of total course fees) will be invoiced at intervals through the respective course. Payments due and the frequency of payments are outlined in the fee schedule.
  • Fees are to be paid as per the requirements of each invoice.
  • A student is considered not eligible for the issue of any course

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

This course adopts a blended learning style.

Participants of this course are required to complete online written assessment prior to attendance at practical assessment session/s

It is recommended the written component be completed approximately 1 week prior to undertaking the practical component of the course

COURSE OUTCOME

On successful completion students will receive a Nationally Recognised Statement of Attainment which is recognised under the Australian Qualifications Framework.

Apply environmental procedures to rail infrastructure

Apply environmental procedures to rail infrastructure

UNIT OF COMPETENCY

TLIU2008 – Apply environmental procedures to rail infrastructure

COURSE DESCRIPTION

This unit involves the skills and knowledge required to care for the environment during rail infrastructure maintenance and construction activities in accordance with rail industry standards, safeworking and regulatory requirements, and workplace procedures. It includes minimising the effects of pollution during work, and transporting and handling hazardous materials safely in accordance with environmental protection regulations and guidelines. Work must be carried out in accordance with relevant state/territory environmental protection regulations and workplace procedures. Work is performed under some supervision generally within a team environment. It involves the application of basic environmental protection principles and regulations when undertaking rail infrastructure maintenance and construction activities.

No licensing, legislative or certification requirements apply to this unit at the time of publication.

SUPPORT

Kevesther will provide effective links and networks with relevant agencies to support participation and achieve successful outcomes for the learners. Where additional support is required outside the limits of Kevesther, any cost will be to the learner. Kevesther will assist you in finding a suitable agency to meet your needs.

REASONABLE ADJUSTMENT

All students are required to do an LLN. This assists your trainer to identify if there are further support needs required. Kevesther considers the individual learner’s needs in the assessment process. Where appropriate, reasonable adjustment is applied to take into account the individual learner’s needs. The trainer will inform the learner about the assessment process and provide the learner with the opportunity to challenge the result of the assessment and be reassessed if necessary.

DURATION

The course duration is self-paced learning with theory online followed with practical training onsite. The duration is aligned to the individual learner’s training and assessment plan to enable them to progress through their training at their own rate, without being locked into fixed time periods. This involves a strong partnership between Kevesther as the RTO and the client which will allow the student to complete their training. Practical components are performed in the field to minimise disruption to the operation. Simulated training is also provided to compliment workplace delivery.

ASSESSMENT/RPL

Recognition of Prior Learning is available to all learners. This is an important assessment pathway, particularly for people who are considering doing study. The recognition gained may considerably reduce the study time needed to get a qualification. RPL is a process that must take place at the commencement of training. The RPL assessment may include workplace observation, interviews and professional conversations, work samples and documented evidence. The program will be delivered through tasks that will simulate the specific industry environment and supports the development of the practical skills and theoretical knowledge require to support the achievement of competency in this course. A range of teaching and learning strategies will be used to deliver the competencies. These include: – Practical Tasks – Group work and individual work tasks – Face to face trainer led theory classes/meetings – Activities in simulated work environments (as per training package requirements) – On-the-job training (conducted on-site at the client workplace)

FEES

  • All conditions of this policy relate to Kevesther Fees Schedule which is available on request. Please contact our administration team for details.
  • Under Standards for RTOs 2015 the fees collected by an RTO are protected to ensure protection for the clients. An enrolment fee equal to 20% of the full course fee OR an amount of $1500 (whichever is the lesser figure) per student is required on completion of each Enrolment Form to ensure a place is secured. This must be received by Kevesther administration at least 1O working days prior to the scheduled start date of the course. The enrolment fee includes a non-refundable fee of $200.
  • Fees include all texts, equipment and products. Receipts will be issued electronically for any amount paid
  • Pre-course enrolment fees and any course related fees paid in advance throughout the duration of the course are kept in a student fee account with a recognised banking institution until such time as the tuition to which they relate has occurred.
  • Course fees for the remaining 80% of the total course cost (or the balance of total course fees) will be invoiced at intervals through the respective course. Payments due and the frequency of payments are outlined in the fee schedule.
  • Fees are to be paid as per the requirements of each invoice.
  • A student is considered not eligible for the issue of any course

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

This course adopts a blended learning style.

Participants of this course are required to complete online written assessment prior to attendance at practical assessment session/s

It is recommended the written component be completed approximately 1 week prior to undertaking the practical component of the course

COURSE OUTCOME

On successful completion students will receive a Nationally Recognised Statement of Attainment which is recognised under the Australian Qualifications Framework.

Launch and recover PIGs in gas pipelines

Launch and recover PIGs in gas pipelines

UNIT OF COMPETENCY

UEGNSG346A – Launch and recover PIGs in gas transmission pipelines & UEGNSG217A – Launch and recover PIGs in a gas distribution pipeline

COURSE DESCRIPTION

This unit UEGNSG346A covers the preparation, launch and recovery of PIGs (Pipeline Inspection Gauge) in gas transmission pipelines to inspect and ensure the pipeline is clean and dry with no obstructions, in accordance with relevant legislation, standards, codes and established procedures.

It also encompasses liaising with stake holders; analysing and interpreting the pigging data: testing and inspecting; using manufacturer’s and company procedures.

This unit also includes UEGNSG217A covers the assembly, launch and recovery of PIGs (Pipeline Inspection Gauge) in gas distribution pipelines to ensure the pipeline is clean and dry with no obstructions prior to commissioning in accordance with relevant legislation, standards, codes and established procedures. It also encompasses inspecting and using various types of PIGs and PIG traps to manufacturers requirements and reporting outcomes.

Granting of competency in this unit shall be made only after competency in the following unit(s) has/have been confirmed:

UEGNSG005A – Prepare to work in the Australian gas industry
UEGNSG132A – Carry out basic work activities in a utilities industry work environment
UEGNSG140A – Apply environmental policies and procedures in the utilities industry
UEGNSG134A – Establish a utilities infrastructure work site
UEGNSG141A – Apply Workplace Health and Safety regulations, codes and practices in the gas industry

SUPPORT

Kevesther will provide effective links and networks with relevant agencies to support participation and achieve successful outcomes for the learners. Where additional support is required outside the limits of Kevesther, any cost will be to the learner. Kevesther will assist you in finding a suitable agency to meet your needs.

REASONABLE ADJUSTMENT

All students are required to do an LLN. This assists your trainer to identify if there are further support needs required. Kevesther considers the individual learner’s needs in the assessment process. Where appropriate, reasonable adjustment is applied to take into account the individual learner’s needs. The trainer will inform the learner about the assessment process and provide the learner with the opportunity to challenge the result of the assessment and be reassessed if necessary.

DURATION

The course duration is self-paced learning with theory online followed with practical training onsite. The duration is aligned to the individual learner’s training and assessment plan to enable them to progress through their training at their own rate, without being locked into fixed time periods. This involves a strong partnership between Kevesther as the RTO and the client which will allow the student to complete their training. Practical components are performed in the field to minimise disruption to the operation. Simulated training is also provided to compliment workplace delivery.

ASSESSMENT/RPL

Recognition of Prior Learning is available to all learners. This is an important assessment pathway, particularly for people who are considering doing study. The recognition gained may considerably reduce the study time needed to get a qualification. RPL is a process that must take place at the commencement of training. The RPL assessment may include workplace observation, interviews and professional conversations, work samples and documented evidence. The program will be delivered through tasks that will simulate the specific industry environment and supports the development of the practical skills and theoretical knowledge require to support the achievement of competency in this course. A range of teaching and learning strategies will be used to deliver the competencies. These include: – Practical Tasks – Group work and individual work tasks – Face to face trainer led theory classes/meetings – Activities in simulated work environments (as per training package requirements) – On-the-job training (conducted on-site at the client workplace)

FEES

  • All conditions of this policy relate to Kevesther Fees Schedule which is available on request. Please contact our administration team for details.
  • Under Standards for RTOs 2015 the fees collected by an RTO are protected to ensure protection for the clients. An enrolment fee equal to 20% of the full course fee OR an amount of $1500 (whichever is the lesser figure) per student is required on completion of each Enrolment Form to ensure a place is secured. This must be received by Kevesther administration at least 1O working days prior to the scheduled start date of the course. The enrolment fee includes a non-refundable fee of $200.
  • Fees include all texts, equipment and products. Receipts will be issued electronically for any amount paid
  • Pre-course enrolment fees and any course related fees paid in advance throughout the duration of the course are kept in a student fee account with a recognised banking institution until such time as the tuition to which they relate has occurred.
  • Course fees for the remaining 80% of the total course cost (or the balance of total course fees) will be invoiced at intervals through the respective course. Payments due and the frequency of payments are outlined in the fee schedule.
  • Fees are to be paid as per the requirements of each invoice.
  • A student is considered not eligible for the issue of any course

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

This course adopts a blended learning style.

Participants of this course are required to complete online written assessment prior to attendance at practical assessment session/s

It is recommended the written component be completed approximately 1 week prior to undertaking the practical component of the course

COURSE OUTCOME

On successful completion students will receive a Nationally Recognised Statement of Attainment which is recognised under the Australian Qualifications Framework.

Confined Space + Permit to Work Course

Confined Space + Permit to Work Course

COURSE DESCRIPTION

This course is a combination of RIIWHS202D – Enter and work in the confined spaces, MSMPER200 – Work in accordance with an issued permit and MSMWHS217 – Gas test atmospheres

RIIWHS202D – Enter and work in confined spaces This unit describes a participant’s skills and knowledge required to enter and work in confined spaces in the Resources and Infrastructure Industries. This unit is appropriate for those working in operational roles undertaking work in confined spaces.

MSMPER200 – Work in accordance with an issued permit: This unit of competency covers the skills and knowledge required to work in accordance with an issued permit. It aims to ensure that people working under a permit to work understand the system, know the limitations of the permit under which they are working and comply with all the requirements of the permit.

MSMWHS217 – Gas test atmospheres: This unit of competency covers the skills and knowledge required to test the working atmosphere, using electronic test apparatus, to find out if it is safe for the proposed work. It applies to situations where an individual may be required to carry out gas testing of an atmosphere prior to entering a specific area or workspace.

SUPPORT

Kevesther will provide effective links and networks with relevant agencies to support participation and achieve successful outcomes for the learners. Where additional support is required outside the limits of Kevesther, any cost will be to the learner. Kevesther will assist you in finding a suitable agency to meet your needs.

REASONABLE ADJUSTMENT

All students are required to do an LLN. This assists your trainer to identify if there are further support needs required. Kevesther considers the individual learner’s needs in the assessment process. Where appropriate, reasonable adjustment is applied to take into account the individual learner’s needs. The trainer will inform the learner about the assessment process and provide the learner with the opportunity to challenge the result of the assessment and be reassessed if necessary.

DURATION

The course duration is self-paced learning with theory online followed with practical training onsite. The duration is aligned to the individual learner’s training and assessment plan to enable them to progress through their training at their own rate, without being locked into fixed time periods. This involves a strong partnership between Kevesther as the RTO and the client which will allow the student to complete their training. Practical components are performed in the field to minimise disruption to the operation. Simulated training is also provided to compliment workplace delivery.

ASSESSMENT/RPL

Recognition of Prior Learning is available to all learners. This is an important assessment pathway, particularly for people who are considering doing study. The recognition gained may considerably reduce the study time needed to get a qualification. RPL is a process that must take place at the commencement of training. The RPL assessment may include workplace observation, interviews and professional conversations, work samples and documented evidence. The program will be delivered through tasks that will simulate the specific industry environment and supports the development of the practical skills and theoretical knowledge require to support the achievement of competency in this course. A range of teaching and learning strategies will be used to deliver the competencies. These include: – Practical Tasks – Group work and individual work tasks – Face to face trainer led theory classes/meetings – Activities in simulated work environments (as per training package requirements) – On-the-job training (conducted on-site at the client workplace)

FEES

  • All conditions of this policy relate to Kevesther Fees Schedule which is available on request. Please contact our administration team for details.
  • Under Standards for RTOs 2015 the fees collected by an RTO are protected to ensure protection for the clients. An enrolment fee equal to 20% of the full course fee OR an amount of $1500 (whichever is the lesser figure) per student is required on completion of each Enrolment Form to ensure a place is secured. This must be received by Kevesther administration at least 1O working days prior to the scheduled start date of the course. The enrolment fee includes a non-refundable fee of $200.
  • Fees include all texts, equipment and products. Receipts will be issued electronically for any amount paid
  • Pre-course enrolment fees and any course related fees paid in advance throughout the duration of the course are kept in a student fee account with a recognised banking institution until such time as the tuition to which they relate has occurred.
  • Course fees for the remaining 80% of the total course cost (or the balance of total course fees) will be invoiced at intervals through the respective course. Payments due and the frequency of payments are outlined in the fee schedule.
  • Fees are to be paid as per the requirements of each invoice.
  • A student is considered not eligible for the issue of any course

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

This course adopts a blended learning style.

Participants of this course are required to complete online written assessment prior to attendance at practical assessment session/s

It is recommended the written component be completed approximately 1 week prior to undertaking the practical component of the course

COURSE OUTCOME

On successful completion students will receive a Nationally Recognised Statement of Attainment which is recognised under the Australian Qualifications Framework.

Four-Wheel Drive (4WD) Course

Four-Wheel Drive (4WD) Course

COURSE DESCRIPTION

This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to operate and maintain a four wheel drive vehicle in the Resources and Infrastructure Industries. Our flexible reliable training solutions will give you the skills and knowledge required to handle a 4WD vehicle in genuine workplace conditions.

RIIVEH305E – Operate and maintain a four wheel drive vehicle this unit covers the below • features driving techniques and handling characteristics of four-wheel drives in different terrain • terms used to describe four-wheel drive capabilities including: •- approach departure angles •- ramp over angle •- ground clearance •- suspension travel • differences between optional four-wheel drive and constant four-wheel drive vehicles and their impacts on vehicle operation and capability • tyre management principles • environmental impact of four-wheel driving

PMASUP236 – Operate vehicles in the field this unit covers the below •- Prepare vehicle and secure load •- Undertake journey •- Operate vehicle •- Finalise journey •- Recover vehicle •- Maintain vehicle safety •- Fuel, water and other required supplies •- Monitor driving conditions, to meet any changes in terrain, weather and road conditions •- Secure load, including external loads and any loads within the vehicle using appropriate securing equipment •- Use defensive driving techniques •- Visually inspect the vehicle to ensure that vehicle is in good order •- Recover vehicle

SUPPORT

Kevesther will provide effective links and networks with relevant agencies to support participation and achieve successful outcomes for the learners. Where additional support is required outside the limits of Kevesther, any cost will be to the learner. Kevesther will assist you in finding a suitable agency to meet your needs.

REASONABLE ADJUSTMENT

All students are required to do an LLN. This assists your trainer to identify if there are further support needs required. Kevesther considers the individual learner’s needs in the assessment process. Where appropriate, reasonable adjustment is applied to take into account the individual learner’s needs. The trainer will inform the learner about the assessment process and provide the learner with the opportunity to challenge the result of the assessment and be reassessed if necessary.

DURATION

The course duration is self-paced learning with theory online followed by practical training onsite. The duration is aligned to the individual learner’s training and assessment plan to enable them to progress through their training at their own rate, without being locked into fixed time periods. This involves a strong partnership between Kevesther as the RTO and the client which will allow the student to complete their training. Practical components are performed in the field to minimize disruption to the operation. Simulated training is also provided to compliment workplace delivery.

ASSESSMENT/RPL

Recognition of Prior Learning is available to all learners. This is an important assessment pathway, particularly for people who are considering doing study. The recognition gained may considerably reduce the study time needed to get a qualification. RPL is a process that must take place at the commencement of training. The RPL assessment may include workplace observation, interviews and professional conversations, work samples and documented evidence. The program will be delivered through tasks that will simulate the specific industry environment and supports the development of the practical skills and theoretical knowledge require to support the achievement of competency in this course. A range of teaching and learning strategies will be used to deliver the competencies. These include: – Practical Tasks – Group work and individual work tasks – Face to face trainer led theory classes/meetings – Activities in simulated work environments (as per training package requirements) – On-the-job training (conducted on-site at the client workplace)

FEES

  • All conditions of this policy relate to Kevesther Fees Schedule which is available on request. Please contact our administration team for details.
  • Under Standards for RTOs 2015 the fees collected by an RTO are protected to ensure protection for the clients. An enrolment fee equal to 20% of the full course fee OR an amount of $1500 (whichever is the lesser figure) per student is required on completion of each Enrolment Form to ensure a place is secured. This must be received by Kevesther administration at least 1O working days prior to the scheduled start date of the course. The enrolment fee includes a non-refundable fee of $200.
  • Fees include all texts, equipment and products. Receipts will be issued electronically for any amount paid
  • Pre-course enrolment fees and any course related fees paid in advance throughout the duration of the course are kept in a student fee account with a recognised banking institution until such time as the tuition to which they relate has occurred.
  • Course fees for the remaining 80% of the total course cost (or the balance of total course fees) will be invoiced at intervals through the respective course. Payments due and the frequency of payments are outlined in the fee schedule.
  • Fees are to be paid as per the requirements of each invoice.
  • A student is considered not eligible for the issue of any course

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

This course adopts a blended learning style.

Participants of this course are required to complete online written assessment prior to attendance at practical assessment session/s

It is recommended the written component be completed approximately 1 week prior to undertaking the practical component of the course

COURSE OUTCOME

On successful completion students will receive a Nationally Recognised Statement of Attainment which is recognised under the Australian Qualifications Framework.

Cathodic Protection Course

Cathodic Protection Course

UNIT OF COMPETENCY

UEGNSG411A – Maintain cathodic protection systems

UEGNSG412A – Install cathodic protection systems

COURSE DESCRIPTION

Cathodic Protection is a method applied to control corrosion of metal surfaces. Cathodic Protection converts all of the anodic (active) sites on the metal surface to cathodic (passive) sites by supplying electrical current from an alternate source.

1 – UEGNSG411A – Maintain cathodic protection systems This unit covers maintaining cathodic protection (CP) systems to prevent corrosion of steel gas pipelines in accordance with relevant legislation, code, regulations and established procedures. It encompasses the types of cathodic protection faults, as well as the location and the type of electrical equipment used, testing procedures and related maintenance requirements.

2 – UEGNSG412A – Install cathodic protection systems This unit covers installing cathodic protection (CP) systems to prevent corrosion of steel pipelines in accordance with relevant legislation, code, regulations and established procedures. It encompasses appropriate installation locations for maintaining cathodic protection system; components of the system; representation of other utilities; types of drawings and specifications; test equipment; types of cathodic protection faults.

SUPPORT

Kevesther will provide effective links and networks with relevant agencies to support participation and achieve successful outcomes for the learners. Where additional support is required outside the limits of Kevesther, any cost will be to the learner. Kevesther will assist you in finding a suitable agency to meet your needs.

REASONABLE ADJUSTMENT

All students are required to do an LLN. This assists your trainer to identify if there are further support needs required. Kevesther considers the individual learner’s needs in the assessment process. Where appropriate, reasonable adjustment is applied to take into account the individual learner’s needs. The trainer will inform the learner about the assessment process and provide the learner with the opportunity to challenge the result of the assessment and be reassessed if necessary.

DURATION

The course duration is self-paced learning with theory online followed with practical training onsite. The duration is aligned to the individual learner’s training and assessment plan to enable them to progress through their training at their own rate, without being locked into fixed time periods. This involves a strong partnership between Kevesther as the RTO and the client which will allow the student to complete their training. Practical components are performed in the field to minimize disruption to the operation. Simulated training is also provided to compliment workplace delivery.

ASSESSMENT/RPL

Recognition of Prior Learning is available to all learners. This is an important assessment pathway, particularly for people who are considering doing study. The recognition gained may considerably reduce the study time needed to get a qualification. RPL is a process that must take place at the commencement of training. The RPL assessment may include workplace observation, interviews and professional conversations, work samples and documented evidence. The program will be delivered through tasks that will simulate the specific industry environment and supports the development of the practical skills and theoretical knowledge require to support the achievement of competency in this course. A range of teaching and learning strategies will be used to deliver the competencies. These include: – Practical Tasks – Group work and individual work tasks – Face to face trainer led theory classes/meetings – Activities in simulated work environments (as per training package requirements) – On-the-job training (conducted on-site at the client workplace)

FEES

  • All conditions of this policy relate to Kevesther Fees Schedule which is available on request. Please contact our administration team for details.
  • Under Standards for RTOs 2015 the fees collected by an RTO are protected to ensure protection for the clients. An enrolment fee equal to 20% of the full course fee OR an amount of $1500 (whichever is the lesser figure) per student is required on completion of each Enrolment Form to ensure a place is secured. This must be received by Kevesther administration at least 10 working days prior to the scheduled start date of the course. The enrolment fee includes a non-refundable fee of $200.
  • Fees include all texts, equipment and products. Receipts will be issued electronically for any amount paid
  • Pre-course enrolment fees and any course related fees paid in advance throughout the duration of the course are kept in a student fee account with a recognised banking institution until such time as the tuition to which they relate has occurred.
  • Course fees for the remaining 80% of the total course cost (or the balance of total course fees) will be invoiced at intervals through the respective course. Payments due and the frequency of payments are outlined in the fee schedule.
  • Fees are to be paid as per the requirements of each invoice.
  • A student is considered not eligible for the issue of any course

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

This course adopts a blended learning style

Participants of this course are required to complete online written assessment prior to attendance at practical assessment session/s

It is recommended the written component be completed approximately 1 week prior to undertaking the practical component of the course

Granting of competency in these unit’s shall be made only after competencies in the following unit(s) has/have been completed prior to commencing this course:

1- UEGNSG005A – Prepare to work in the gas industry

2 – UEGNSG006A – Use portable gas detectors to locate escape

3 – UEGNSG132A – Carry out basic work activities in a gas industry work environment

4 – UEGNSG140A – Apply environmental policies and procedures in the utilities industry

5 – UEGNSG134A – Establish a utilities infrastructure work site

6 – UEGNSG141A – Apply workplace health and safety regulations, codes and practices in the gas industry

COURSE OUTCOME

On successful completion students will receive a Nationally Recognised Statement of Attainment which is recognised under the Australian Qualifications Framework.