Closing Thursday 15 April 2021.

The Technical Advisory Committees (TACs) for the Supply Chain Operations – Certificates I and IV and Driving Operations projects have considered all stakeholder feedback and revised draft training materials. Final draft materials have now been released for comment.


Supply Chain Operations – Certificates I and IV

Qualifications in Logistics and Warehouse Operations at Certificate I and IV have been reviewed and amalgamated into two qualifications to address current and future skills needs of entry-level workers and team leaders/supervisors respectively.

The Certificate IV in Transport Scheduling has been amalgamated into a stream within the new Certificate IV qualification. These changes enable flexible career pathways and workforce mobility across multiple sectors of the Transport and Logistics industry.

The revised qualifications include two new Units of Competency relating to logistics planning and 54 updated units.

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Driving Operations

The TAC has updated Certificate II, III and IV in Driving Operations qualifications and 55 associated Units of Competency to incorporate recent technology advancements and align with applicable regulatory requirements. These changes are aimed at enhancing the professionalism and safety levels of Australian heavy vehicle drivers.

Two new Units of Competency relating to in-vehicle technology and alpine driving have been developed to address priority skill needs.

The Certificate III in Driving Operations and the Certificate III in Waste Driving Operations have been amalgamated into a single qualification to create a flexible career pathway for new and existing heavy vehicle drivers and to enable workforce mobility.

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The Transport and Logistics IRC is seeking your feedback to validate these drafts to ensure the proposed materials meet industry needs. Detailed mapping information, tracking changes to the existing Training Package, is also available to view.

Please submit your feedback by close of business Thursday, 15 April 2021.

You can also provide feedback on any of the above to us, please contact us at