Fatigue Management

WARTA’s Fatigue management course provides students with the knowledge to apply the current Western Australian legislative requirements to their daily operations and the skills required to manage fatigue, create trip plans and correctly complete log books.

Half Day (9:00am - 1:00pm)
Who Should Attend?

This course is suitable for drivers and owner operators who are involved directly with the operation of commercial vehicles.

Scheduled Course Dates
Please click the book now link to the right to view available training dates for this course.

Note:  If there are no advertised dates, please contact our office to express your interest by using the form provided at the bottom of this page or call us on (08) 9355 3022.

Course Content
  • Cause and effects of fatigue for drivers
  • Manage fatigue in a driving environment in accordance with the requirements of national fatigue management regime and the WA Commercial Driver’s Code of Practice
  • The causes and indicators of fatigue
  • Drivers responsibilities
  • Identify suitable fatigue counter measures
  • Discussing fatigue as an OH&S issue with reference to OH&S legislation, Commercial Vehicles
  • Driver’s Code of Practice and company policies.

Students must complete theory and practical assessments utilising simulations and industry documentation.


On successful completion of this course, students are issued a Statement of Attainment for the following unit(s) of competency:

  • TLIF2010 Apply fatigue management strategies.

This unit forms part of TLI31216 – Certificate III in Driving Operations.

Delivery Location

As of the 6th of March 2017 all advertised WARTA courses (Excluding WARTA’s Heavy Vehicle Pilot course) will move to new training facilities at the premises of Training Course Experts (TCE) – 3 Aberdeen Street, Northbridge.

Note: All Heavy Vehicle Pilot courses will still be conducted at WARTA’s Malaga premises – Unit 4/13 Townsend Street, Malaga.

This training can also be conducted privately at a client’s premises, to find out more or enquire about this service please visit our private training options page by clicking here.

  • Each participant receives a WARTA fatigue management log book, for use within WA.
  • Tea and coffee facilities are available.
Language Literacy and Numeracy

Courses offered by WARTA require students to have a basic level of Literacy and Numeracy skills and knowledge to be able to read and interpret information from reference materials, complete basic mathematical equations and write in English to complete assessments. If you have any difficulties, please advise our office at your earliest convenience prior to training or assessment, so that we may arrange appropriate assistance.

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) / Credit Transfer (CT)

If you require further information on RPL/CT services or assistance to complete an application, please do not hesitate to contact our office or training staff.


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