4WD Skill Set
Unit Codes & Titles
RIIVEH305E Operate and maintain a four wheel drive vehicle
PMASUP236 Operate vehicles in the field
RIIVEH201D Operate light vehicle
2 days (16 hours) face to face
8 hours pre course learning
Corporate Course Fee
$3,580 for up to 6 people
Public Course Fee
$595 per person
Public Course Dates (Sunshine Coast)
November: 1 & 2 | 15 & 16 | 29 & 30
December: 6 & 7 | 13 & 14 | 20 & 21
January: 10 & 11 | 24 & 25
Public Course Dates (Brisbane)
November: 5 & 6 | 19 & 20
December: 3 & 4 | 10 & 11 | 17 & 18
January: 7 & 8 | 21 & 22
This nationally recognised course covers both theoretical and practical aspects of how to operate and maintain a four wheel drive vehicle in a variety of industries. This delivery includes a very thorough practical including how to perform numerous checks (e.g pre/post start, break, and engine) and how to use the many features of a four-wheel drive vehicle. The course is delivered all in accordance with road rules and principles of four-wheel driving under WHS regulations. The theoretical and practical components also include a variety of vehicle recovery techniques, minor maintenance and vehicle repairs.
This unit and training is suitable for all personnel who may be required to operate 4WD vehicles on unsealed roads in various terrains and conditions.
Students are required to complete Pre Course Learning for these Units of Competency.
Upon booking students will receive an email Booking Confirmation with the Student Manual and Pre Course Questionnaire attached. The student shall read the Student Manual and complete the Pre Course Questionnaire prior to the course commencement. These Pre Course Questionnaires will be reviewed by the Trainer / Assessor upon commencement of training.
Face to face training and assessment is conducted at one of Link Resources purpose built training facilities. Upon arrangement, training and assessment can be conducted on-site at the premises of industry clients providing there a suitable infrastructure and industry training facilities.
Link Resources Training Facilities
|9 Tandem Av,
Warana QLD 4575
|4/31 Henry St,
Loganholme QLD 4129
Students who are deemed competent will receive a Statement of Attainment recognised under the Australian Qualifications Framework. This certification is nationally recognised. The Statement is issued by Tectra Australia Pty Ltd (RTO 40889).
Please see the Link Resources Payments, Cancellations and Refund Policy below in Student Information for all details on Payments for your course.
All students must be literate in the English language (no interpreters allowed).
Operators must have the appropriate class of driver’s licence before taking charge of the vehicle and be physically capable of operating the vehicle.
At enquiry, students can enter the program by expressing an interest and being sent an information pack that contains booking form and LLN pre assessment. This expression of interest enables the RTO and client to work together to identify any additional support needs & make adequate provisions.
No pre-requisites exist for these Units of Competency.
Training & Education Pathways: After achieving these units of competency students may undertake a range of associated resources and infrastructure units and qualifications.
Employment Pathways: After achieving these units of competency students may seek employment or additional responsibilities as a vehicle operator in various industries.
Registered Training Organisation
This course and all related training and assessment services are delivered by Link Resources Training in partnership with Tectra Australia Pty Ltd (RTO 40889).
Recognition of Prior Learning and Credit Transfer
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) is the acknowledgement of a persons current skills and knowledge acquired through previous training, work or life experience.
Credit Transfer (CT) is the granting of credit to an individual for units of competency / modules previous completed.
Equipment & PPE requirements
Link Resources supply all equipment necessary for all students to undertake training and encourage students to bring along their own relevant equipment, procedures and other information.
For our public courses at our purpose built training facilities trainees must wear suitable clothing (t-shirt, pants and closed in footwear as a minimum).