ADI offer a selection of Nationally Accredited Programs: See below for more information. 

This program is designed to develop preventative 4WD skills by aligning techniques to Worlds Best Practice. Our Instructors train and then assess each participant to a required standard of compliance with a client’s company driving and motor vehicle policies to identify competency and capability. This program develops the attributes and handling characteristics of a typical 4 Wheel Drive in accordance with specific regulations. We formulate driving techniques to safely operate a 4WD on sealed and unsealed road surfaces and various terrain on land transportation activities within field operations. Another elements of the practical training includes how to safely operate a 4 Wheel Drive in ‘off road’ conditions and be able to self recover an immobilised vehicle by driver technique or / and with the use of recovery equipment.

Learning Outcomes

  • Understand the importance of driving a vehicle safely at work

  • Know the hazards and risks associated with driving a vehicle

  • The ability to apply safe driving methods in accordance with World's Best Practice and Australian Road Law.

Course Includes

  • Maintain vehicle safety

  • Defensive driving techniques

  • Hazard perception and risk management

  • 4WD Basic Skills including sand, mud, water crossings and traversing

  • Vehicle dynamics including high centre of gravity

  • Tyre changing

This accredited course is offered by TIME Education and Training (RTO Provider 40058) under a third party agreement with The Australian Driving Institute.

Certificate

A Nationally Recognised Statement of Attainment is issued by TIME Education and Training for all accredited programs. Accredited Training Tickets (Wallet Cards) are provided on the day upon successful completion (for all training that does not require a workplace assessment)

 

Cost

·         POA

Duration

·         1 Participant - One full day (7.00am - 5.30pm)

·         2-3 Participants - Two full days (8.30am - 4.30pm)

The Australian Driving institute accredited 4x4 4WD courses SA Victoria QLD WA ACT NT NSW

This program is designed to develop preventative 4WD skills of drivers required to operate and maintain a four-wheel drive vehicle in the Resources and Infrastructure Industries by aligning techniques to Worlds Best Practice. Our instructors train and then assess each participant to a required standard of compliance with a client’s company driving and motor vehicle policies to identify competency and capability. This unit is appropriate for those working in supervisory and technical specialist roles. Licensing, legislative, regulatory and certification requirements that apply to this unit can vary between states, territories, and Industry sectors. Relevant information must be sourced prior to application of the unit.

Learning Outcomes

·         Understand the importance of driving a vehicle safely at work

·         Know the hazards and risks associated with driving a vehicle

·         The ability to apply safe driving methods in accordance with World's Best Practice and Australian Road Law.​

Course Includes​

·         Maintain vehicle safety

·         Defensive driving techniques

·         Hazard perception and risk management

·         4WD Basic Skills including sand, mud, water crossings and traversing

·         Vehicle dynamics including high centre of gravity

·         Tyre changing

·         Emergency Procedures, Mechanical Recovery, Survival and Map Reading

·         Environment and Sustainability

·         Fatigue and Journey Management

This accredited course is offered by TIME Education and Training (RTO Provider 40058) under a third party agreement with The Australian Driving Institute.

Certificate

A Nationally Recognised Statement of Attainment is issued by TIME Education and Training for all accredited programs. Accredited Training Tickets (Wallet Cards) are provided on the day upon successful completion (for all training that does not require a workplace assessment)

Cost

·         POA

Duration

·         1-3 Participants - Two full days (8.30am - 4.30pm)

o    Day 1 - Theory​

o    Day 2 - Practical

   OR​

·         Online Theory component + Practical Day. 8.30am - 4.30pm

**Theory component MUST be completed prior to  the practical training day**

The Australian Driving Institute RIIVEH305E Operate and maintain a 4x4 4WD

RIIVEH201E Operate a light vehicle 

This unit is designed to develop the skills and knowledge of safely operating a light vehicle across the resources and infrastructure industries. This unit is appropriate for those working in operational roles and seeking to increase their preventative skills and road safety awareness aligned to worlds best practice.  Licensing, legislative, regulatory and certification requirements that apply to this unit can vary between states, territories, and Industry sectors.

Learning Outcomes

  • Understand the importance of driving a vehicle safely at work.

  • Know the hazards and risks associated with driving a vehicle.

  • The ability to apply safe driving methods in accordance with Worlds Best Practice and Australian Road Law.

 

Course Includes
  • Plan and prepare for light vehicle operation

  • Operate light vehicle

  • Defensive driving techniques

  • Observation techniques

  • Hazard perception and risk management

  • Driver seating position

  • Vehicle dynamics

  • Emergency Braking techniques

  • Attitude and Concentration

  • Journey Management / Company Policies

  • Carry out operator maintenance

This accredited course is offered by TIME Education and Training (RTO Provider 40058) under a third party agreement with The Australian Driving Institute.

Certificate

A Nationally Recognised Statement of Attainment is issued by TIME Education and Training for all accredited programs. Accredited Training Tickets (Wallet Cards) are provided on the day upon successful completion (for all training that does not require a workplace assessment)

 

Cost
  • Please contact ADI for pricing

 
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AHCMOM216 Operate Side by Side Utility vehicles (UTVs)

This unit of competency describes the skills and knowledge required to safely operate a side by side utility vehicle including undertaking pre-start checks and shut down procedures. This program is suitable for individuals who operate side by side utility vehicles to undertake routine work under general supervision with limited autonomy and accountability. Vehicle must be operated according to relevant state/territory licensing authority vehicle licence requirements and regulations. No occupational licensing, legislative or certification requirements apply to this unit at the time of publication.


This training teaches the attributes and handling characteristics of a UTV, how to reduce risks by using safe practices and procedures, identifying hazards and knowing the capability of the UTV and the environment you are riding in.

 

This intensive course consists of Theory and Practical defensive and safety techniques.

 

Course Includes
  • Prepare a UTV for operation.

  • Operate a UTV.

  • Complete and check UTV operation.

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Certificate

  • A Nationally recognised Statement of Attainment is issued by TIME Education and Training for all accredited programs. 

 

Cost
  • Contact ADI for pricing structure 

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AURTGA3001 Drive and manouevre trailers 

The unit includes identification and confirmation of work requirement, preparation for work, safe driving, manoeuvring and parking of trailer(s), disconnecting trailer(s) from vehicle and completion of work finalisation processes, including clean-up and documentation. This unit of competence applies to:

  •  safe driving, manoeuvring and parking of trailers

  •  trailer with non-pivoting axle

  •  trailer with pivoting front axle

  •  vehicle with towing hitch.

Work requires individuals to demonstrate judgement and problem-solving skills in managing own work activities and contributing to a productive team environment.

This unit covers the competence required to drive and manoeuvre trailer(s). Licensing, legislative, regulatory or certification requirements may apply to this unit in some jurisdictions. Users are advised to check with the relevant regulatory authority.

 

Course Includes
  • Prepare for work

  • Perform a preliminary safety check

  • Connect trailer to vehicle

  • Drive and manoeuvre trailer

  • Disconnect trailer from vehicle

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Certificate

  • A Nationally Recognised Statement of Attainment is issued upon successful completion of this unit. 

 

Cost
  • Contact ADI for pricing 

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