(Taken Directly from the Competency Standard)
This is a qualification for those engaged in motorcycle riding instructor job roles within the Transport and Logistics Industry.
It includes the performance of a broad range of skilled applications including requirements to evaluate and analyse current practices, to develop new criteria and procedures for performing current practices, and to provide some leadership and guidance to others in applying skills and planning skill development.
This qualification is currently cited as meeting part of the requirements for certification as a Motorcycle Riding Instructor, as defined by relevant state/territory licensing and regulatory requirements.
The Course times
We run the course throughout the year at regular intervals that will generally be every two weeks, but please contact the office for the area you wish to attend for course dates as each training area will set their course times that are relevant for that areas. The face to face parts of the course are split into different sections and you will need to do all of the sections to be found competent. You can arrange to do each section at different times to suit your schedule, and it is expected that you would complete all of the work required within a three to six month period, although the timing is really up to you as long as all of the work has been completed.
There is a mixture of theory and practical work that needs to be completed in this time. The first week of the course is related to the theory component of the course. The second section of the course will see you completing a full week of face to face practical work related to your Riding and application of the road rules and knowledge of road related legislation. Included in this will be workshops on the training of new drivers and assessment processes. After completing this section you will than need to complete a least 10 hours observation of actual lessons with an approved Rider trainer with students, this though will only be done with the consent of the Rider Trainers student. This can be completed at mutually agreed times with the trainer/s, but there is no restriction as to when this is to occur.
You will have assignments and theory questions to be completed in your own time, but will be able to access support through email, phone and other group days at the training rooms specificaly set to assist with questions and assistance/support of our clients.
There are no entry requirements for this qualification.
A total of 11 Core units of competency comprising:
BSBRKG304 Maintain business records
TAEDEL301A Provide work skill instruction
TAEDES401A Design and develop learning programs
TLIC3038 Apply safe motorcycle riding behaviours
TLIF1001 Follow work health and safety procedures
TLIG2007 Work in a socially diverse environment
TLII1002 Apply customer service skills
TLIL2060 Complete induction to the transport industry
TLIL4009 Manage personal work priorities and professional development
TLIM0003 Conduct learner rider training
TLIM4003 Develop safe motorcycle riding behaviours in others