PRE-ORDER TLIA0006- Coordinate goods to bond premises



Pre-order Training and Assessment Materials for : TLIA0006- Coordinate goods to bond premises

IMPORTANT NOTE: These training materials are not ready for immediate delivery. We will write these materials to order. Delivery time is approximately* 24 to 48 hours following receipt of payment.

(*Delivery times maybe extended during busy periods. IF you need the materials ASAP, let us know in the order notes.)

Order Training and Assessment Materials for any TLI – Transport and Logistics Training Package Unit of Competency or Qualification.

Training Materials TLI Training Package. We can develop training and assessment resources any unit of competency from this training package for your RTO only $400 within 24 to 48 hours.

$400 per unit. 

24 to 48 hours turn around time per unit.

You will receive the following in editable Microsoft Word format.

  • TLI unit of competency Learner Guide
  • TLI unit of competency Learner Assessment Workbook
  • TLI unit of competency Assessor Guide
  • TLI unit of competency Mapping Document

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Please note that these materials need to be contextualised by the RTO. They can be used as they are and all the required content is provided, but to be compliant with the RTO Standards, there is some work to do to make them relevant to your RTOs target industry and learners. This includes adding images, tables, graphics, and editing them to suit your RTOs training and Assessment strategy. Note: All content is written content only and we do not include images, tables, photos, diagrams or maps in our Training and Assessment materials. We do not provide PowerPoint presentations unless by special order which incurs additional cost.

All materials are completely editable so you can add or remove anything you want once purchased to make them your own.

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Information relating to the TLI Training Package can be accessed here: The current TLI Training Package Supersedes TLI10 – TRANSPORT AND LOGISTICS TRAINING PACKAGE. Companion Volumes.

This Training Package has been developed by Australian Industry Standards . You can access more information about them here:

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What is the Transport and Logistics industry in Australia?

The Transport and Logistics industry in Australia is a vital sector that facilitates the movement of goods, people, and information across the country and internationally. This industry plays a crucial role in the Australian economy by supporting trade, commerce, and everyday activities, while also providing employment opportunities and contributing to the country’s overall infrastructure.

Key components of the Transport and Logistics industry in Australia include:

  1. Road transport: Road transport involves the movement of goods and passengers via various types of vehicles, such as trucks, buses, and vans. This sector is critical for connecting businesses, consumers, and communities across Australia’s vast distances.
  2. Rail transport: Rail transport encompasses the movement of freight and passengers via railways, including interstate, intrastate, and urban rail networks. Rail freight is particularly important for transporting bulk commodities, such as minerals and agricultural products, while passenger rail services provide essential public transport in major cities and regional areas.
  3. Air transport: Air transport includes passenger and cargo services provided by domestic and international airlines, as well as air freight services, connecting Australia to global markets and facilitating travel within the country.
  4. Maritime transport: Maritime transport covers the movement of goods and passengers via sea, including shipping, ports, and ferry services. Australia’s extensive coastline and reliance on international trade make maritime transport a vital component of the industry.
  5. Logistics and warehousing: Logistics and warehousing services involve the management, storage, and distribution of goods throughout the supply chain. This includes inventory management, transportation planning, and order fulfillment, ensuring that products are efficiently delivered to their final destinations.
  6. Courier and express delivery services: This segment includes companies providing fast and reliable parcel delivery services for businesses and consumers, both domestically and internationally.
  7. Supply chain management: Supply chain management involves the coordination and optimization of all activities and processes within the transport and logistics industry, ensuring that goods are moved efficiently and cost-effectively from their point of origin to their final destination.

The Transport and Logistics industry in Australia faces several challenges, such as fluctuating fuel costs, increasing congestion in urban areas, the need for infrastructure investment, and the growing importance of environmental sustainability. Additionally, the industry must adapt to technological advancements, such as automation and digitalization, to improve efficiency and meet evolving customer expectations.

The Australian government supports the Transport and Logistics industry through various policies, regulations, and initiatives aimed at promoting investment in infrastructure, fostering innovation, and ensuring the safe, efficient, and sustainable movement of goods and people across the country.

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