Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

General Trainix FAQ

Trainix is located at Factory 3/25-27 Graham Court, Hoppers Crossing

Yes! We are within 4km of either Williams Landing train station and Hopers Crossing train station. Both train stations have a bus (Route 153) that can take you to the bus stop at Graham Court/Old Geelong Road which is under a 10-minute walk from our facility

We opened our doors on June 1st, 2015. Our trainers have all had extensive experience both as operators and trainer/assessors.

Yes, we are registered and approved with ASQA (RTO number 45470) and authorised by WorkSafe Victoria to conduct assessments. Our assessors are also authorised WorkSafe assessors and are TAE Certificate IV qualified trainers.

While it can be confusing, what you are hoping to gain at the completion of either our LF or LO courses is a High-Risk Work licence. There are 29 classes (or categories) of High-Risk Work and your licence will be updated with those classes as you gain competency in them.

For example, once you’ve completed either our forklift or order picker courses successfully and have applied for the licence, your High-Risk Work licence will show the class ‘LF’ or ‘LO’ which means you are competent in those classes of High-Risk Work and are licensed to operate the equipment covered in those classes. You could also apply for other classes of High-Risk Work such as ‘WP’ which is a Boom Type Elevated Work Platform or ‘DG’ which is Dogging by completing approved courses at other RTO’s.

These classes would then be added to your High-Risk Work licence once you have successfully completed those courses and passed the assessments. There is more information about High-Risk Work licensing here: