Telehandler Gold Card Course
F – Forks
J – Jib
B – Bucket
O – Other TSH attachment
The TSHA Gold Card course will train you to be a safe Telescopic Materials Handler operator with a mix of training room and practical operation activities which will be assessed on the same day.
Why do this Telehandler Gold Card course?
Successful completion of this course will allow you to operate a telehandler with the attachments listed on your Gold Card at workplaces throughout Australia.
Whilst there is no “Licence” required to operate a basic telehandler, employers and principal contractors must be able to show written proof that operators have been trained in the safe use of any telehandler that they operate (WHS Act 2011) and the TSHA Gold Card is widely accepted across the country as valid, sufficient, traceable proof of training.
Please note: There are certain telehandler/attachment configurations that can only be operated by a person that holds the relevant High Risk Work Licence for that type of configuration.
For more information regarding telehandler training & licensing in Australia download the TSH Licensing and Training Requirements Matrix Dec 2018.
How much does it cost?
The cost of this Telehandler Gold Card course includes your enrolment, all course materials, and successful applicants will be issued a plastic photo ID Gold Card*.
Use the COURSE ENQUIRY form for information on current pricing and group training rates.
Site Safety Services specialise in on-site workplace training. We come to your workplace in Brisbane, Ipswich, Logan, Sunshine Coast, Gold Coast, Darling Downs or beyond and deliver training/assessment using your equipment in a familiar environment. Click to view the On-site Training Venue Requirements info sheet.
By arrangement we can provide a venue and machinery to conduct training when the on-site option doesn’t suit. Contact us to see how we can make it work for you.
TSHA Accredited trainer/assessors
You can rest assured that this is a “genuine” Gold Card course. Our trainer/assessors are all accredited with the TSHA to deliver this course.
Don’t waste your money on a “copy-cat” Gold Card. Insist on a TSHA Gold Card that can be verified, proving that you’ve been properly trained by industry experienced trainers.
Candidates must be able to read and converse in English (without an interpreter or phone translator app.) in order to undertake this course of study.