Design Learning Inspection
Welcome to Design Learning Inspection
DLI Training provides high-quality training that meets the Nationally Recognised Training standards. Their courses are designed to give students the flexibility they need to succeed, whether that be through face-to-face, blended, or workplace training. They are also committed to providing flexible study options, including evening and weekend classes, to help our students fit their education into their busy lives.
In addition to flexible study options, they also offer a pay later option to help our students manage the cost of their education. DLI also has strong partnerships with industry, helping ensure that students are prepared for the workforce.
DLI also undertakes a regime of Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) for existing workers, currently working in the various industries. The standard is in-line with regulatory requirements including, but not limited to, ASQA, various State and Territory funding obligations and various State and Territory licensing regulators.
The RPL Process provides an opportunity for existing workers to have their skills, knowledge and experience recognised. This process can help workers to gain formal qualifications and improve their employment prospects.
If you're looking to up-skill or reach your full potential, look no further than DLI nationally accredited training. All courses at DLI are conducted by industry experts to give you real world hands on experience. So whether you're looking to learn a new trade or hone your existing skills, DLI has the perfect course for you.
Working at Heights Course (Face to face)
This training course (RIIWHS204E – WORK SAFELY AT HEIGHT) covers the skills and knowledge required to work safely at heights in resources and infrastructure. The course covers identifying work requirements, assessing and installing equipment, performing work at heights and cleaning up the work area. Upon successful completion of the course, students will be issued with a Statement of Attainment for the unit RIIWHS204E Work Safely at Heights. Students will be given a wallet sized card reflecting their achievement.
Telehandler Gold Card Course (Face to face)
The Gold Card Training Program (RIIHAN309F – CONDUCT TELESCOPIC MATERIALS HANDLER OPERATIONS) has been designed to give operators the skills and knowledge they need to safely and effectively use telescopic materials handlers. The program covers four attachments modules - forks, crane jib, earthmoving bucket, and provides operators with a gold card certificate upon completion.
This training course will teach the participant how to safely and effectively operate a telescopic materials handler. They will learn how to attach, secure, lift, carry and place materials, as well as how to select, remove, fit and use attachments for the handler. They will also learn how to relocate the handler and conduct necessary housekeeping activities.
EWP Training Yellow Card Course (Face to face) (RIIHAN301E – OPERATE ELEVATING WORK PLATFORM)
If you're looking to get proper EWPA yellow card training, then you'll want to complete an accredited course with Design Learning Inspection. They offer training that is relevant to your industry, and that will help you develop the necessary skills to be an asset in your workplace.
The course covers a variety of topics, including:
- Planning and preparing for operating elevating work platforms
- Selecting and using the required plant, tools and equipment to perform work activity
- Identifying site requirements for emergencies at heights
- Stabilizing or positioning elevating work platform
- Using manufacturer approved safety devices fitted to the machine
- Moving the elevating work platform to and from work site
- Inspecting work platform and identifying faults
Apply WHS requirements, policies and procedures in the construction industry (Online)
The construction industry is a high-risk environment with many potential hazards. By completing this training course (CPCCWHS2001 – Apply WHS requirements, policies and procedures in the construction industry), you will be able to learn how to identify and assess risks, identify hazardous materials and other hazards on the worksite, and plan, prepare and apply safe work practices.
In order to successfully complete this course, you will need to complete 3 practical activities that require you to upload photo evidence of yourself completing the activities. By doing so, you will gain a better understanding of how to apply WHS requirements, policies and procedures in the construction industry and comply with legislated work safety practices.
Face to face vs. Online learning course
When it comes to learning, there is no one-size-fits-all method. Some students prefer to learn independently, while others prefer to be in a more structured environment. However, face-to-face learning has been shown to be an effective way to learn knowledge and skills. This is because it often combines different ways of learning, such as writing, reading, discussion, presentations, projects, group work, film clips and demonstration. This allows students to learn in a way that best suits their needs and preferences. In addition, face-to-face learning provides opportunities for students to receive feedback and support from their peers and instructors.
An online learning course is one you take online using a computer, without being with a teacher or other students in a classroom. You have greater flexibility and can study from home. However, this also means you need to be more disciplined and motivated since you will not have someone physically present to remind and guide you. Most courses don’t need you to be online at a certain time of day or night, but you must actively participate in the course during the course time frame. This can be done through reading materials, discussions, group work and submitting assignments.
When it comes to the world of online learning versus face-to-face learning, the biggest differences have always been in terms of fostering connection and collaboration between learners. With the abrupt stop of face-to-face learning delivery, learning and development professionals have lost the positive social impact that comes with in-person interaction. While this is a valid concern, it's important to remember that the digital world offers its own opportunities for connection and collaboration. In-person social interaction does have a richness that might be hard to replicate online, but when it comes to the corporate world, online learning can be just as effective.
When it comes to education, one question that has always been debated is whether online or face-to-face learning is better. Each option has its own advantages. To better understand the two, it is important to highlight some crucial features of face-to-face learning, which are different in online learning.
One of the first differences is the setting in which the learning takes place. When learning face-to-face, students are in a physical classroom with their peers and teacher. This type of learning requires students to be present at a specific time and place. Online learning, on the other hand, can take place anytime and anywhere as long as the student has access to a computer and the internet.
Advantages of Online learning
- It is more affordable and saves time
- It is more scalable
- Access to training courses on your own terms
- Learning at your own pace with no meeting time
- More consistent than face to face learning
- Delivered by different instructors with same level of quality
Advantages of Face to face learning
- Face to face interaction with learning instructor
- Enables more effective non-verbal communication
- Ability to motivate, inspire and engage
- Ability to discuss, collaborate, practice and role play
Design Learning Inspection
5 Melissa St, Auburn NSW 2144, Australia