V.O.C. Blended Approach

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A Verification of Competency (V.O.C.) is a method of assessment that can be used to demonstrate the worker’s ability to operate equipment and/or undertake the responsibilities of a certain job role.  You can read more about V.O.C. here.

After years of face-to-face training, we have developed a more streamlined and efficient process of delivering V.O.C. training assessments.  Using the latest technology, our Learning Management System allows participants to access training materials 24/7 wherever they can access the internet, making our online training delivery the most convenient and accessible way to do your training.   As the only online business in Australia currently able to do this, we are proud to be pioneering the way in the industry.

About Blended Learning Delivery

The Your Licence V.O.C. Packs are made up of a number of components, including a theory assessment that can be done online in your own time, or downloaded, completed by hand and mailed back to us.  While the components for each V.O.C. differ, most of them also contain the requirement for a practical assessment or proof for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL).   If there is RPL available, a third person (eg. supervisor) MUST confirm the information before sending back to our office, where one of our registered Assessors will perform the necessary due diligence checks and confirm competence if appropriate.  It’s important to note that a registered Assessor will sign off EVERY Verification of Competency that is issued through Your Licence.

Our courses have been designed to include a comprehensive Learners Guide, which will allow you to refresh your knowledge of the details of your job role and ensure you’re up to speed on the current industry regulations - a type of ‘gap training’ that is not freely available from any other source.

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Once you have successfully completed the components of your V.O.C. pack and have been deemed competent by a registered Assessor, you will be issued with a nationally recognised Statement of Attainment and V.O.C. card that can be used across Australia.

Our registered training assessors provide an individual training matrix for each candidate, to recognise skills gaps and provide appropriate training.  All of our training materials are mapped to the relevant units of competence and are backed and audited by our RTO training partner, AITAC, and we also provide an individual company portal so businesses can gain unique access to their own data.

Please note: You MUST hold a current High Risk Licence or Plant Ticket to qualify for a V.O.C..

From our Frequently Asked Questions:

How can you deliver V.O.C.’s online?

After years of face-to-face training, we have developed a more streamlined and efficient process of delivering V.O.C. training assessments. Using the latest technology, our Learning Management System allows participants to access training materials 24/7 wherever they can access the internet, making our online training delivery the most convenient and accessible way to do your training.   As the only online business in Australia currently able to do this, we are proud to be pioneering the way in the industry.

Our registered training assessors provide an individual training matrix for each candidate, to recognise skills gaps and provide appropriate training.  All of our training materials are mapped to the relevant units of competence and are backed and audited by our RTO training partner, AITAC, and we also provide an individual company portal so businesses can gain unique access to their own data.

Can I work onsite prior to completing my V.O.C.?

Yes. It is entirely reasonable and legally compliant to allow an operator to carry out their normal duties whilst undertaking V.O.C. if the risk is assessed and an appropriate level of supervision is exercised. This is a standard industry practice during training and instruction, and is practiced across the country every day.

Enrolment with an accredited Registered Training Organisation to complete your V.O.C. is formal evidence of the provision of information, instruction and training as required by regulations.

Regulators allow inexperienced persons to conduct high risk work under training on a work site under varying levels of supervision. Persons who are experienced, ticketed, and undertaking V.O.C. would obviously be at much lower risk than a trainee rigger or excavator operator, as examples.

Whether you will be able to work in this manner will be dependent upon the policies and procedures on the site.

 

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Our training facility is located at:
15 Barrie Road
Tullamarine, Victoria 3043


AITAC Pty Ltd (TOID3591) is the registered training organisation provider for Your Licence.

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