The QTA Smart Business Seminars are being held around Queensland to improve business efficiency, productivity, safety and viability. These practical sessions will deliver information on industry relevant topics critical to the day-to-day operation of your business.
This 2hr session will offer practical training and understanding how to use the National Heavy Vehicle Regulator (NHVR) Permit Portal, increasing your efficiency and productivity when applying for permits. Real-time practice will be provided using scenario-based training.
This sessions will provide you with a deeper understanding of how to maximise the use telematics in your business to drive efficiency, productivity and safety outcomes. This will include how to apply and use telematics data to improve productivity and fleet management and give insights into future regulatory compliance requirements.
Finding Flexibility in Fatigue Management
This session will help find the answer to how you can effectively manage driving hours and fatigue risk in your business. This session will breakdown the myths surrounding advanced fatigue management and guide you through the process and options available to best fit your business and the specific freight tasks in your business.
Employment Relations-Managing People, Awards & Performance
Delivered by Karen Bow, our experienced Employment Relations Manager. this session will deliver ER and IR advice specific to the road transport sector. Get equipped with the correct information on performance management procedures, understanding Modern Awards, casual pay rates and termination of employment processes. Be informed by a trusted provider in the transport industrial relations area.
$100 +gst per person for all sessions (full day)
$75 +gst per person for the Telematics, Fatigue Management and Employment Relations sessions
$25 +gst per person for the NHVR Permit Portal Training only
For more information, contact the QTA office on 07 3394 4388 or firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
The DIGIT&L Futures program is funded by the Department of Employment, Small Business and Training (the Department) under the Training in Emerging and Innovative Industries Funding and supported by Jobs Queensland.
The National Heavy Vehicle Regulator (NHVR) is supporting the delivery of the Permit Portal Training and the Fatigue Management workshop.