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The Logging Investigation and Training Association (LITA Training) was incorporated in 1973 and started providing training and related services to the forestry and forest products industries in 1975
A nationally recognised Registered Training Organisation (National Provider No: 0577) please visit www.skills.sa.gov.au
L.I.T.A Training now serves workers in the forest, transport and machine operating industries in the South East of South Australia.
Certain of our training programs are subsidised. If you think you are eligible, refer to our Important Information tab for more details about how you can apply and any costs involved.
CITB provides funding for eligible CITB Card Holders. Enquire for eligibility.
How are we travelling?
Each year, training providers such as LITA Training evaluate the feedback that they have received from their students and employers. LITA Training has once again, proven its commitment to employers and their workforce during 2018.
LITA Training’s results include:
80% of employers strongly agreed to the caliber, knowledge and experiences of our trainers and assessors,
over 95% student satisfaction with students affirming LITA Training’s balance of practical and theory training and access to up to date facilities, equipment and material, and
the majority of students also expressing high satisfaction with LITA Training trainers, in particular, that they had an excellent knowledge of the subject content, explained things clearly, made the subject as interesting as possible and that they provided prompt feedback.
LITA Training will continue to strive to provide excellence in its servicing of all industries related to the industry.
LITA Training encourages feedback from any stakeholder – please take the time to complete our Feedback Form.
AFPA and AFCA Safe & Skilled Program
Safe and Skilled was a new program launched in September 2018 to raise awareness of and enhance the safety of employees in Australia’s forest industries.
At AFPA’s September 2018 quarterly meeting, Chair Greg McCormack along with Australian Forest Contractors Association (AFCA) Chair Adan Taylor, signed a Member Statement of Commitment of essential training standards. The charter commits that members of AFPA and AFCA ensure that their forest workers hold a statement of attainment in approved and nationally recognised units of competency, relevant for forest operations. LITA delivers most of the units of competency endorsed under the program. For further details see the AFPA and AFCA websites or our training products at Training.
Along with the signed charter, Safe and Skilled also launched 12 lifesaving commitments to enhance safety in forestry operations.
LITA collaborate on a wide front with its industry partners such as training funders, forest growers, contractors, suppliers and other training associations to ensure we stay at the forefront of new developments in the industries we serve.