This unit applies to driving that is carried out in accordance with relevant state/territory driver licensing authority licence requirements and regulations for multi-combination vehicles.
Driving is performed with limited or minimum supervision, and with limited accountability and responsibility for self and others in achieving the prescribed outcomes.
TLILIC3018 – Licence to drive a multi-combination vehicle
This course teaches you the knowledge and skills necessary to obtain a Multi Combination Drivers Licence. It includes systematic and efficient control of all vehicle functions, monitoring of traffic and road conditions, management of vehicle condition and performance, coupling and uncoupling of trailer and effective management of hazardous situations.
VEHICLE CLASS – MC – Multi-Combination
A heavy combination vehicle with one or more additional trailers. (B-Double /Road Train).
Road Rules and Compliance
Brake & Accelerator Management
Crash Avoidance Space
Shutdown & Secure Vehicle
Coupling & Uncoupling
To upgrade to this licence class you must have held a HR or HC licence for at least 1 year
HR Licence holders are to be deemed competent for HC prior to commencing MC training.
(P2 licence holders cannot upgrade to this licence)
You or your employer must give us access to a heavy combination vehicle with one or more additional trailers to conduct the training and the vehicle must in be in a working, operational and safe condition and meet with manufacturer guidelines and specifications.
You may be required to complete a Language, Literacy, and Numeracy (LLN) indicator prior to enrolling.
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Nominal (supervised) hours represent the supervised structured learning and assessment activity required to sufficiently address the content of each course (acknowledging that progress can vary between learners).
This course has nationally agreed nominal hours of 60.
The volume of learning identifies the duration of all activities required to achieve the learning outcomes of the course, including all training and learning activities such as guided learning, individual study, learning activities in the workplace and assessment activities.
The time taken to complete this course may vary due to contributing factors such as previous experience.