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From 1 January 2015, students undertaking nationally recognised training may need to provide their USI to their registered training provider before they can receive their training records and results. You will continue to use your USI for any future nationally recognised training you undertake. Your USI links to an online account that contains all your training records and results that you have completed from 1 January 2015 onwards
You can get one of these by selecting the button below.
Students must be at least 18 years old to obtain this licence.
Assessment activities must all be conducted whilst communicating in English, and interpreters are not allowed to be used. Students require a reasonable command of English and basic numeracy skills to complete the government-mandated assessment tool for this course. Only minor adjustments for personal or workplace reasons are allowed.
Hearing impaired persons may use sign language to communicate via an interpreter (only when approved by the Regulator).
The course may involve some manual handling, climbing, lifting, carrying and height work. It must be clearly understood that some disabilities may preclude a student from participating safely, and this may restrict entry to the course.
You will require 3 forms of ID on the day of the course.
Please upload a copy of the following
A copy of your confirmation for passing the test at Service Tas.
A copy of your learners licence, if applicable.
A copy of your driver's license (front and back)
Maximum file size: 15MB
Your vehicle must be Registered and Roadworthy.
Please upload the front and back of your ID. If you're having problems uploading your files, please skip this step and email your ID to email@example.com.
Recognition of Prior Learning, The AQF facilitates the progression of students through qualifications by giving credit for learning outcomes they already have achieved. Credit outcomes may allow for entry into a qualification and/or provide credit towards the qualification. Credit given may reduce the time required for a student to achieve the qualification.
Recognition of Current Competency allows you to gain credit for skills and knowledge you already have. If you have already worked in the field and know some (or all) of the content of the unit, RCC is a way of gaining credit for this learning or experience and may reduce the amount of time spent studying.
Fees are required to be paid prior to the commencement of courses. A deposit of 50% of the course fee is
payable on application and the balance prior to commencement of the course.
If it has been indicated that a third party will pay, and no payment is received, the student will be responsible for payment.
In addition to the general duty to not drive a fatigue-regulated heavy vehicle on a road while fatigued, drivers must comply with certain maximum work and minimum rest limits.
Parties in the supply chain have to take all reasonable steps to prevent the drivers from exceeding these limits. This is similar to occupational health and safety laws and means that drivers must be allowed to stop if they are at risk of exceeding the limits and make alternative arrangements.
The Heavy Vehicle National Law sets three work and rest options, Standard hours, Basic fatigue management (BFM) and Advanced fatigue management (AFM)
Standard hours are the work and rest hours allowed in the HVNL. They are the maximum amount of work and minimum amount of rest possible that can be performed safely without additional safety countermeasures.
(BFM) Those operating under NHVAS with Basic Fatigue Management (BFM) accreditation can operate under more flexible work and rest hours, allowing for (among other things) work of up to 14 hours in a 24-hour period.
(AFM) Rather than setting work and rest hours, AFM offers the flexibility to propose your own hours as long as the fatigue risks of those hours are offset by sleep, rest and other management practices in a compliant fatigue management system
Onroad Offroad Training P/L operates under standard hours work/rest requirements please leading up to and or prior to the date of your training course/courses or training package you must adhere to these work hours under the Heavy Vehicle National Law listed below is a table from the NHVR website with the work and rest hour requirements under standard hours
Work and rest hour requirements under standard hours. Standard hours apply to all drivers who do not have accreditation for fatigue management.
In any period of…
A driver must not work for more than a maximum of…
And must have the rest of that period off work with
at least a minimum rest
5 ½ hours
5 ¼ hours work time
15 continuous minutes rest time
7 ½ hours work time
30 minutes rest time in blocks of 15 continuous
10 hours work time
60 minutes rest time in blocks of 15 continuous
12 hours work time
7 continuous hours stationary rest time*
72 hours work time
24 continuous hours stationary rest time
144 hours work time
2 x night rest breaks# and 2 x night
rest breaks taken on consecutive day
*Stationary rest time is the time a driver spends out of a heavy vehicle or in an approved sleeper berth of a stationary heavy vehicle. #Night rest breaks are 7 continuous hours stationary rest time taken between the hours of 10pm on a day and 8am on the next day (using the time zone of the base of the driver) or a 24 continuous hours stationary rest break.
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Note: We will hold applications for 30 days, if we do not hear from you within this period your application will be cancelled. Your invoice will be deleted. If they wish to proceed with the training you will need to rebook.
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