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TLIF2010 - Apply Fatigue Management Strategies

  • Course Code: TLIF2010 – Apply Fatigue Management Strategies
  • Duration: 4 Hours
  • Location: Adelaide CBD, Salisbury
  • Cost: $99
  • Requirements: Applicants must be 16 years or over

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Accelerate your professional capabilities in the transport sector with our cutting-edge TLIF2010 – Apply Fatigue Management Strategies course. This course, an integral part of the TLISS00241 Fatigue Management Skill Set within the TLI Transport and Logistics Training Package, is tailored for those in heavy vehicle operations or management.

It not only meets the industry’s stringent fatigue management standards for those in the supply chain sector but also offers a comprehensive training approach. This includes adapting to varied rosters, integrating lifestyle management techniques, and acquiring advanced knowledge in compliance.

You’ll learn to implement proactive measures, deepen your understanding of the latest fatigue management technologies, and master effective communication tactics.

As a CRICOS-certified provider, we ensure that this unit is fully accessible to international students in Australia, providing them with the tools to understand complex regulations, identify signs of fatigue, and apply critical strategies in ever-changing work scenarios.

Enrol in our course to not only refine your skills but also to contribute to a safer and more efficient transport industry. Sign up now to be a part of a safer transport industry!


Upon successful completion of this unit, you’ll acquire the TLISS00241 – Fatigue Management Skill Set, empowering you with the skills to proficiently recognise, monitor, and manage indications of fatigue.

The TLIF2010 course, a nationally accredited unit in fatigue management, is meticulously crafted to refine your adaptability skills in both fundamental and advanced aspects of fatigue management.


It prepares you to handle fatigue within the transport sector, with a special focus on the smooth incorporation of fatigue management tactics into evolving rosters and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs). This training is vital for individuals engaged in operating heavy vehicles or overseeing such operations.

Delve into the pivotal elements of how lifestyle decisions impact fatigue management. This segment stands as a crucial component of our fatigue management curriculum, crafted to aid you in harmonising your personal well-being with the rigors of the heavy vehicle sector. 

Acquire proficiency in the deployment of a fatigue risk management system through our advanced fatigue management accreditation. This training encompasses a range of forward-thinking strategies designed to manage and reduce fatigue-related risks in occupational settings, specifically tailored for heavy vehicle operators and supervisors within the transport sector.

Learn what it takes to adhere to national heavy vehicle regulator standards and the vehicle accreditation scheme NHVAS. Our course provides an in-depth grasp and practical application of fatigue management regulations, significantly elevating your professional stature in the transport sector.

Hone your skills in contextual adaptation, an essential aspect of managing fatigue risks effectively. This module equips you to handle fatigue across diverse work scenarios and settings, employing dynamic strategies and real-life skills.

Improve your knowledge of technical advancements in the application of fatigue management strategies with our nationally accredited course. This training covers the integration of cutting-edge technologies like driver retinal scanning, making it indispensable for professionals pursuing national heavy vehicle accreditation.

Gain proficiency in detecting and effectively responding to symptoms of fatigue, a vital skill within the realm of fatigue management. 

This expertise is critical for drivers, supervisors, and managers in the transport sector, playing a significant role in ensuring safety and mitigating the risks associated with potentially hazardous driver fatigue.

Significantly improve your proficiency in strategic communication and joint approaches to managing fatigue. This essential training for personnel in the heavy vehicle and transport sector promotes cohesive teamwork and a collective commitment to ensuring a fatigue-safe work environment.


At Skills Training College, we place a high value on immersive, hands-on learning experiences. Our TLIF2010 – Apply Fatigue Management Strategies course is designed as an entirely on-site program, featuring a comprehensive full-day session (4 hours) at our modern training facility.

This program encompasses all knowledge and assessment aspects of the course, including:

  • Practical Demonstrations: Engaging in role-playing and simulated scenarios.
  • Knowledge Assessment: A series of multiple-choice questions covering the entire scope of ‘Fatigue Management Knowledge’.
  • Project Work: Participants are required to demonstrate their ability to adhere to workplace procedures in executing three distinct fatigue management scenarios. 
  • Additionally, they are expected to actively participate in discussions aimed at enhancing fatigue management practices.


At Skills Training College, we strive to offer cost-effective training solutions, with our course fee structured as a one-time payment of $99 applicable to all students.


This fatigue management course at Skills Training College has no academic prerequisites for enrollment. Nevertheless, students must satisfy the following criteria to be eligible:

  • Age Requirement: All students must be at least 16 years old. Those under 18 are required to provide a Parental Consent Form, duly signed, before commencing any course with Skills Training College.
  • Literacy Proficiency: Students should possess literacy skills sufficient to engage with pre-reading materials and comprehend safety signs.
  • USI Number: Enrollment necessitates having a USI number.
  • Open Enrollment: The course welcomes both domestic and international students who are keen to enhance their expertise and understanding in the field of fatigue management.


Skills Training College boasts a network of training centres throughout Australia, dedicated to delivering superior training and education to both domestic and international students. Our CRICOS registered Fatigue Management course is available at the following Skills Training College facilities:



Situated in the heart of Adelaide, our Adelaide Fatigue Management course facility boasts excellent accessibility. It’s well-connected to public transportation, and you’ll find parking options within easy walking distance from our location.



Our Salisbury Fatigue Management training venue is conveniently located and easy to get to. With ample free parking and easy access to public transport just a quick walk away.


Completing the ‘Apply Fatigue Management Strategies’ course can significantly boost your career in the transport sector, particularly enhancing the prospects of truck drivers, managers, and supervisors. This course is a pivotal step for professionals dedicated to maintaining safety and efficiency in their roles.

  • Enhanced Prospects in Truck Driving and Management: This course lays a strong foundation for those embarking on careers in the transport industry, especially in truck driving and management. The specialised training in fatigue management sharpens your safety and efficiency skills, making you a more appealing candidate to employers in the transport domain.
  • Progression in Safety and Compliance: With its thorough emphasis on compliance with national heavy vehicle regulator standards, the course helps prepare you for roles focused on safety and compliance – key aspects of the transport industry.
  • Qualification for Advanced Supervisory Roles: The skills you gain in executing fatigue management strategies and identifying fatigue symptoms are crucial for supervisory positions, which often demand a deep understanding of driver safety and vehicle management, topics thoroughly covered in this course.
  • Opportunities for Independent Contractors: Independent contractors, especially in truck driving and related areas, will find this course beneficial in boosting their credibility and marketability. This qualification can attract more clients and secure higher-value contracts.

Upon course completion, you’ll earn the TLISS00241 Fatigue Management Skill Set from the TLI Transport and Logistics Training Package, meeting the industry’s fatigue management standards for those working within the supply chain sector. This makes it an ideal choice for those seeking to expand their expertise in the industry.


1. Identify and Act on Signs of Fatigue

2. Implement Strategies to Minimise Fatigue


While TLIF2010 is a nationally accredited training course, it is important to note that it does not have the endorsement of the NHVR.

Our course is meticulously crafted to educate participants on mastering fatigue management in the Transport and Logistics sector. It encompasses a comprehensive range of topics, such as adaptability in rosters and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), lifestyle integration into work routines, risk management strategies, technology and beyond.

This course is perfectly suited for individuals in driving and management roles within the Transport and Logistics sector, who are looking to advance their expertise in fatigue management.

Skills Training College conducts its programs nationwide. Presently, our in-person fatigue management training sessions are available in Adelaide and Salisbury.

The in-person segment of the course spans 5 hours. It’s advisable to set aside extra time for preliminary reading and workbook completion beforehand.

This course comprehensively addresses areas such as roster flexibility and SOP adaptability, lifestyle synchronisation, strategic precautions and proactive approaches, mastery in legislation and procedures, contextual flexibility, technological awareness, identification of fatigue symptoms, and cooperative approaches to fatigue management.

To join the course, participants need to be at least 16 years old. Those under 18 must provide a signed parental consent form. Fundamental literacy skills and closed-toe shoes for the training session are mandatory. Additionally, a Unique Student Identifier (USI) is required for enrollment.

The course utilises a variety of assessment methods, such as hands-on practical demonstrations, a knowledge evaluation comprising multiple-choice questions, and project work that encompasses fatigue management scenarios and related discussions.

The fee for this course is only $99, please see our Fee and Refunds Policy for details.

By participating in this course, you’ll significantly improve your professional profile within the transport sector. It arms you with vital skills in fatigue management, adherence to compliance, and safety protocols, thereby enhancing your capability to manage and mitigate driver fatigue, and making you an invaluable contributor to your field.