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Transport and Logistics Training Package – Furniture Removal Project

Industry Skills Australia (ISA) has commenced work on a project that will enable greater access to training and a learning pathway for furniture removal workers to gain accredited qualifications with skills that are highly transferable to a range of vocations across Supply Chain sectors.

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This project will enable greater access to training and a learning pathway for furniture removal workers to gain accredited qualifications with skills that are highly transferable to a range of vocations across Supply Chain sectors.

The Certificate II and III Furniture Removal qualifications are proposed for deletion, whist the Units of Competency applicable to furniture removal will be updated to include current industry practices and integrated into Supply Chain Operations and Driving Operations qualifications.

The creation of flexible and formal pathways provides employers with improved accredited training options to skill their workforce and assist attraction, skilling and retention strategies. This will also increase access to a greater range of RTOs for training delivery.

The project will update: 

Three existing qualifications:

  • Certificate II in Supply Chain Operations
  • Certificate III in Supply Chain Operations
  • Certificate III in Driving Operations

Two existing Skill Sets.

Six existing units of competency:

  • TLID2018 - Handle furniture and effects 
  • TLID2019 - Pack and unpack cartons during a removal 
  • TLIE2032 - Assess removal load 
  • TLID3048 - Pack and unpack furniture and effects 
  • TLID3050 - Coordinate furniture removal 
  • TLIE3010 - Estimate furniture removal jobs 

Qualifications to be deleted: 

  • TLI22421 – Certificate II in Furniture Removal 
  • TLI33321 – Certificate III in Furniture Removal

The reviewed training products are due to be submitted to the Assurance Body by 30 March 2025.

Industry Skills Australia (ISA) will engage with stakeholders throughout the life of the project and consider all ideas, opinions, and feedback to the revised training products to ensure they meet the needs of industry. A consultation log containing a high-level summary of all feedback and ISA’s response will be maintained and available on our website.

ISA will facilitate a webinar following endorsement of the materials to support stakeholders in understanding the changes and how they will affect them.

 

Contact

Lisa Giammarco

Project Specialist

M: 0427 582 830 | E: lisa.giammarco@isajsc.org.au

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