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Drivertek International Ltd offers a wide variety of driver training and assessment services including...

Classes 2,3,4,5 Truck Licences D Endorsements
Class 2 F Endorsements
Class 3 W Endorsements
Class 4 T Endorsements
Class 5 R Endorsements
P Endorsements V Endorsements
 
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Classes 2,3,4,5 Truck Licences     top
We offer full training and assessment in all licence classes.
All advanced driver training have a strong Fuel Efficiency / Defensive Driving content.


Class 2     top
Heavy ridged motor vehicle up to 15 tonnes. Light truck.
This is a one day course with a little pre learning of theory for the assessments
Class 2  Requirements

 You must have held a full class 1 licence for at least 6 months

  1. Complete application form for class 2 learners licence 
  2. Obtain and present to your nearest AA Branch, a medical certificate (this is not necessary if you have done so within the last 5 years)
  3. Supply two forms of ID to AA shirly. (Drivers licence and Medical receipt is fine) 
  4. Sit and pass 2L scratchy test. Roadcode Test (35 Questions) Pass = 33 correct 
  5. Spend full day with Drivertek driver trainer in one on one instruction 
  6. Sit and pass assessment Unit standard 17574 Operate a heavy rigid motor vehicle for a class 2 drivers licence.
  7. Sit and pass assessment Unit standard 15164 Demonstrate knowledge of driving hours law and complete driving hours log book
  8. Achieve competency
  9. Complete application form for full class 2 licence. 
  10. Present to your AA Branch and have endorsed on licence.

Class 3     top
Heavy combination motor vehicle up to 25 tonnes. Light Truck and Trailer.

Class 3 Requirements

 You must have held a full class 2 licence for at least 6 months

  1. Complete application form for class 3 learners licence 
  2. Obtain and present to your nearest AA Branch a medical certificate (this is not necessary if you have done so within the last 5 years)
  3. Supply two forms of ID to your nearest AA Branch . (Drivers licence and Medical receipt is fine) 
  4. Sit and pass 3L scratchy test. Roadcode Test (35 Questions) Pass = 33 correct 
  5. Spend full day with Drivertek driver trainer in one on one instruction 
  6. Sit and pass assessment Unit standard 17575 Operate a heavy rigid motor vehicle for a class 3 drivers licence.
  7. Sit and pass assessment Unit standard 15164 Demonstrate knowledge of driving hours if you haven't already done so.
  8. Sit and pass assessment Unit standard 1734 Identify methods of managing health and stress as a land transport operator
  9. Achieve competency
  10. Complete application form for full class 2 licence. 
  11. Present to your AA Branch and have endorsed on licence.

Class 4     top
Heavy ridged motor vehicle up to 24 tonnes. Heavy truck.
This is normally assessment only.
Class 4  Requirements

 You must have held a full class 2 licence for at least 6 months

  1. Complete application form for class 4 learners licence 
  2. Obtain and present to AA shirly a medical certificate (this is not necessary if you have done so within the last 5 years) 
  3. Supply two forms of ID to AA shirly. (Drivers licence and Medical receipt is fine) 
  4. Sit and pass assessment Unit standard 15164 Demonstrate knowledge of driving hours law and complete driving hours log book (only if you havenít already completed this unit) 
  5. Sit and pass assessment Unit standard 17576 Operate a heavy rigid motor vehicle for a class 4 drivers licence.  
  6. Complete application form for full class 4 licence. 
  7. Present to AA shirly and have indorsed on licence.

Class 5     top
Heavy combination motor vehicle up to 44 tonnes. Heavy Truck and Trailer.

Class 5  Requirements

 You must have held a full class 4 licence for at least 6 months 

  1. Complete application form for class 5 learners licence 
  2. Obtain and present to your nearest AA Branch a medical certificate (this is not necessary if you have done so within the last 5 years)
  3. Supply two forms of ID to AA shirly. (Drivers licence and Medical receipt is fine) 
  4. Sit and pass 5L scratchy test. Roadcode Test (35 Questions) Pass = 33 correct 
  5. Spend full day with Drivertek driver trainer in one on one instruction 
  6. Sit and pass assessment Unit standard 17577 Operate a heavy rigid motor vehicle for a class 5 drivers licence.
  7. Sit and pass assessment Unit standard 15164 Demonstrate knowledge of driving hours if you haven't already done so.
  8. Sit and pass assessment Unit standard 1734 Identify methods of managing health and stress as a land transport operator if you haven't already done so.
  9. Achieve competency
  10. Complete application form for full class 5 licence. 
  11. Present to your AA Branch and have endorsed on licence.

P Endorsements     top
Credit for this unit standard, together with credit for Unit 15164, Demonstrate knowledge of driving hours and complete driving hours log book, fulfills the approved course requirements for the issue of a driver licence endorsement P (passenger) to the requirements of the Land Transport (Driver Licensing) Rule 1999.


V Endorsements     top
Credit for this unit standard, together with credit for Unit 15164, Demonstrate knowledge of driving hours and complete driving hours log book, fulfills the approved course requirements for the issue of a driver licence endorsement V (vehicle recovery) to the requirements of the Land Transport (Driver Licensing) Rule 1999.


D Endorsements     top
The primary purpose of this unit standard is to enable people to meet the requirements of the Land Transport Safety Authority (LTSA) to obtain a Driver Licence Endorsement D (Dangerous Goods). This is a full one day course of instruction and assessment.Validation lasts for 5 years, however revalidation courses of approximately 2 hrs are available for those already proficient in this area.


F Endorsements     top
This unit standard is for people wishing to obtain an F (forklift) driver licence endorsement.
An F endorsement must always be accompanied by a current OSH certificate


W Endorsements     top
This unit standard meets the minimum requirements of the Land Transport Safety Authority for people who intend applying for a W (wheels) endorsement to their driver licence so they will become legally entitled to drive special-type wheeled vehicles on roads.


T Endorsements     top
This unit standard meets the minimum requirements of the Land Transport Safety Authority for people who intend applying for a T (Tracks) endorsement to their driver licence so they will become legally entitled to drive special-type wheeled vehicles on roads.


R Endorsements     top
This unit standard meets the minimum requirements of the Land Transport Safety Authority for people who intend applying for a R (Rollers) endorsement to their driver licence so they will become legally entitled to drive special-type wheeled vehicles on roads.

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