This enables you to drive a special type vehicle that isn’t a forklift, passenger vehicle, tractor, fire engine, trade vehicle or vehicle recovery service vehicle on a Public ROAD
The machinery must be registered and warranted for the road.
A road is defined as “an area principally used for vehicle or pedestrian traffic, which the general public have access to, whether as of right or not” – this includes, but is not limited to, a customer carpark, internal road, New Zealand roads, footpaths, driveways.
Consists of prestudying a manual posted at least a week prior to training. 2 hours theory, followed by a closed book Theory Test. On passing the theory a 10-15 minute Practical Assessment is completed on a simulated road. The Unit Standard 16701 is automatically registered by us against the students Record of Learning (RoL) with the New Zealand Qualification Authority (NZQA) as part of protocol . An Endorsement Certificate is issued for the student to take in to a New Zealand Land Transport Agency to update their Drivers Licence.
2.5 Hour Course. Allow an additional 1-2 hours for practical training if required. If doing a combination of Wheels, Tracks or Rollers Endorsement at the one time allow 3 hours for all 3 endorsements.
At Your Premises or at our Henderson Site - more information on training at our site.
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