Heavy Vehicle Licensing Courses and Certificates

TLI41318 – Certificate IV in Transport and Logistics (Road Transport - Heavy Vehicle Driving Instruction) 

This is a qualification for those engaged in heavy vehicle driving instructor job roles within the Transport and Logistics Industry.


It includes the performance of a broad range of skilled applications including requirements to evaluate and analyse current practices, to develop new criteria and procedures for performing current practices, and to provide some leadership and guidance to others in applying skills and planning skill development.


This qualification is currently cited as meeting part of the requirements for certification as a Heavy Vehicle Driving Instructor, as defined by relevant state/territory licensing and regulatory requirements.

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TLILIC2014 -  Licence to drive a Light Rigid

This unit applies to driving that is carried out in compliance with the licence requirements and regulations of the relevant state/territory driver licensing authority pertaining to light rigid vehicles.

Driving is performed with limited or minimum supervision, and with limited accountability and responsibility for self and others in achieving the prescribed outcomes.

Driving involves the application of routine vehicle driving principles and procedures to maintain safety and operate a light rigid vehicle across a variety of driving contexts.

The primary legislative requirements applicable to this unit of competency are state/territory legislation in relation to road use and driver licensing.

This unit addresses the knowledge and skills necessary for the granting of a Light Rigid Driver Licence.

Being awarded this unit of competency is a necessary requirement to obtain a Light Rigid Driver Licence but is only one of several criteria.

 

Prospective licence applicants should check with the state/territory driver licensing authority for other criteria (such as licence tenure and medical fitness) to confirm compliance with other eligibility requirements before undertaking training and/or assessment.

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TLILIC2015 -  Licence to drive a Medium Rigid

This unit is Nationally Recognised and criteria cover all aspects of your MR Licence.  Please contact us before undertaking MVR's learner permit test. NTTS offer a comprehensive training and assessment service which includes a theory test.

 

Please be aware that for class MR you must be able to drive a manual vehicle to have a chance of passing the final competency test.

 

To be eligible for assessment, you must hold a valid NT driver licence.  

 

The course consists of one unit of competency which may be conducted in one session or over a number of sessions as required by the individual student:

 

  • Four hour intake for delivery of the theory component

  • The Theory test is attempted before Intake, the test is marked and any corrections are discussed at Intake.

  • Practical Training, where your knowledge of theory and practical skills are tested.

  • Practical training may be delivered in one session, or booked in 2 hour sessions

  • Assessment is a 45 minute on-road component and other off road components along an MVR approved test route which tests the essential elements of vehicle on-road management

  • Licence outcome is an NT MR Driver Licence

 

You will be issued a Heavy Vehicle Driving Test form and a Statement of Attainment on successful completion of your course.  The test and statement are valid for 12 months from date of issue for use to upgrade your licence at any branch of NT MVR.  

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TLILIC2016 - Licence to drive a Heavy Rigid

This unit is Nationally Recognised and criteria cover all aspects of your HR Licence. Our truck is an HR class manual vehicle, loaded to to 75% GVM. Please contact us before undertaking MVR's learner permit test. NTTS offer a comprehensive training and assessment service which includes a theory assessment.

 

Please be aware that for class HR you must be able to drive a manual vehicle to have a realistic chance of passing the final competency test.

 

To be eligible for assessment, you must hold a valid NT driver licence.  

 

The course consists of one unit of competency which may be conducted in one session or over a number of sessions as required by the individual student:

 

  • Four hour Intake for delivery of the theory component

  • Theory test is attempted before Intake, the test is marked and any corrections will be discussed at Intake

  • Practical Training, where your knowledge of theory and practical skills are tested, is delivered in a 2014 Isuzu FVZ Long, loaded to 75% GVM and a 9-speed gearbox.

  • For HR'b', practical training may be delivered in one session, or as booked, up to 7 hours (c-HR'b'), 6 hours (LR-HR'b') or 5 hours (MR-HR'b') are included in your program. For open HR, please contact our office for more details.

  • Assessment consists of an MVR test comprising a 45 minute on road component, along an MVR approved route, and other off-road components which test the essential elements of Heavy Vehicle on-road management

 

You will be issued a Heavy Vehicle Driving Test form and Statement of Attainment on successful completion of your course. The test and Statement are valid for 12 months from the date of issue for use to upgrade your licence at any branch of NT MVR. You may choose to pick up your statement after course completion, or NTTS will mail your statement to your nominated address.

 

If your business requires a group of employees to obtain licence upgrades, you may consider booking the group for Intake, with practical lessons and assessments to follow.

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TLILIC3017 - Licence to drive a Heavy Combination

This unit is Nationally Recognised and criteria cover all aspects of your HC Licence.  Your base licence for class HC licence is your HR licence, and any HR gearbox condition will be transferred upon upgrade. To upgrade your base licence (ie. to remove any gearbox condition) you need to be re-tested in a HR vehicle with the appropriate gearbox.

 

To be eligible for assessment, you must hold a valid NT driver licence.  

 

The course consists of one unit of competency which may be conducted over a number of sessions as required by the individual student:

 

  • Four hour intake for delivery of the theory component

  • Theory test is attempted before Intake, the test is marked and any corrections are discussed at Intake.

  • Practical Training, where your knowledge of theory and practical skills are tested

  • Practical training is delivered over two to three days, as booked.

  • Assessment is about a 2 to 2 and a half hour session, including a minimum 45min on-road component along a standard route, which tests the essential elements of Heavy Vehicle on-road management

  • Licence outcome is an NT HC Heavy Vehicle Driver Licence, any gearbox condition is based on your HR licence

 

You will be issued an MVR Test Sheet and a Statement of Attainment on successful completion of your course, these are valid for 12 months from date of issue for use to upgrade your licence at any branch of NT MVR.

 

If your business requires a group of employees to obtain licence upgrades, you may consider booking the group for Intake.

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TLILIC3018 - Licence to drive a Multi-Combination

This unit is Nationally Recognised and criteria cover all aspects of your MC Licence.  Your base licence for class MC upgrades is your HR or HC licence, and any HR/HC gearbox condition will be transferred on upgrade.  To upgrade your base licence (ie. to remove any gearbox condition) you need to be re-tested in a HR vehicle with the appropriate gearbox.

 

For more information please see the MVR website 

 

To be eligible for assessment, you must hold a valid NT driver licence.  

 

The course consists of one unit of competency which may be conducted over a number of sessions as required by the individual student:

 

  • Four hour Intake for delivery of the theory component

  • Theory test is attempted before Intake, the test is marked and corrections will be discussed at Intake.

  • Practical Training, where your knowledge of theory and practical skills are tested

  • Practical training is delivered over two to three days, as booked.

  • Assessment is about a 2 and a half hour session, including a minimum 45 minute driving session along a standard route which tests the essential elements of Heavy Vehicle on-road management

  • Licence outcome is an NT MC Heavy Vehicle Driver Licence, any gearbox condition is based on your HR or HC licence

 

You will be issued an MVR Test Sheet and Statement of Attainment on successful completion of your course, these are valid for 12 months from date of issue for use to upgrade your licence at any branch of NT MVR.

 

If your business requires a group of employees to obtain licence upgrades, you may consider booking the group for Intake.

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