Driving Instructor Course in TAS
Welcome to the Driving Instructor Course in TAS (Hobart) -> TLI41222 – Certificate IV in Motor Vehicle Driver Training (Specialisation Group A – Car). This certificate is a nationally recognised qualification under the Australian Qualification Framework (AQF).
This qualification defines the skills and knowledge required for road transport trainers who will be training individuals or groups in cars, heavy vehicles or motorcycles. This qualification is not for the public to gain a driver’s licence.
Job roles and titles vary across different sectors. Possible job roles relevant to this qualification include:
- car driving trainer
This qualification meets part of Tasmania’s licensing and regulatory requirements for certification as a Motor Vehicle Driver Trainer. Please refer to the “How to Apply” section for further information regarding other requirements.
The following information pertains to Tasmania only. If you are looking for something other than the Driving Instructor Course in TAS, please click here and select your state or territory.
An initial deposit of $1500 is required for this course. The remaining balance must be paid before the commencement of practical training.
Please note that a friendly local trainer with over five years of experience will provide the practical training in Hobart.
How to Apply
Step 1: Complete the conditions listed below
- be at least 21
- hold a current Australian driver licence for the class of vehicle in which you wish to instruct
- have held an Australian driver licence (other than learner or provisional) for at least three years, and held it for at least one year immediately prior to the date of your application
Step 2: Complete the TLI41222 – Certificate IV in Motor Vehicle Driver Training
Step 3: Complete the application form for Ancillary Certificate in Driving Instruction
Step 4: Contact the Australian Driver Trainers Association via email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information
NOTE: Your application is unlikely to be accepted if you have:
- been convicted of any criminal, traffic, drug, alcohol-related or theft offences within the last five years
- a history of driving offences, licence disqualifications or suspensions.
This information is accurate at the time of publication and can change at any time without notice by the regulator. We strongly encourage you to check the regulator’s website for the most up-to-date information by clicking on the More Details button.