Over 25 courses designed to improve safety on the road, demonstrate how to use specific equipment, and achieve operator's certificates and endorsements.
There is general training for all drivers that covers off the main risk areas when driving (road rules, driver health and safety, low-speed manoeuvring, towing, advanced driving, load security and driving in difficult conditions).
Truck drivers have specific courses to help with improving their employment prospects and helping them use their vehicles more efficiently and effectively. These include load security, trailer coupling, rollover prevention, Roadranger gearbox technique, mezzanine floor installation, fatigue management, logbooks and work time, driver diet and nutrition, and trailer reversing. There are also courses for specific equipment attached to the truck such as tail lift operation, and truck loader crane operator's certificate, as well as a D (dangerous goods) endorsement.
Forklift operators can get an operator's certificate (or OSH certificate), or an F endorsement. Electric pallet jacks are covered with their own operator's certificate.
Operators and drivers in civil construction can get an excavator operator's certificate, wheeled loader operator's certificate and can learn how to jackknife a truck and trailer.
Warehouse team members can find out how to manage and handle dangerous goods, and how to control spills using a spill kit.