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If you previously worked a forklift ticket but it’s expired, you don’t have to go through the courses from scratch to regain your licence.

In fact, with Elevated Training are able to use your previous experience operating the machinery to fast track your training so you can get fully accredited and back onsite in no time.

New workers obtaining LF or LO tickets would ordinarily need to participate in a 3-day training course.

However, with your recognised prior learning (RPL) at play, we can run you through all of the necessary licensing requirements for either ticket for just $350.

If you have previously held a forklift licence that is now expired, it is simply a matter of attending the brief four-hour session to refresh your training, verify your competency and renew your licence.

With strict Work Health Safety (WHS) regulations in place Australia-wise, it is impossible to be operating forklifts in any industry when your licence is no longer valid.

Operating machinery in the workplace without a ticket means you are failing to comply with regulations and, as a result, could see you facing a hefty fine of up to $20,000.

But thanks to Elevated Training, the process of regaining your required qualifications is the easy part.

The four-hour course helps to remind you of those fundamental skills and experience you already have and fast-tracks your training so you are up to date and ready to get back into the workplace.

Elevated Training has experienced trainers and assessors that specialise in a wide range of vocational training for forklift tickets, EWP licences and more.

To ensure you’re fully qualified with a current licence, contact us for all your training, log book and licensing needs.

All of our courses and fees are listed on our courses page, and if you book online – you will receive 10% off your course fee.

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