Licence upgrades for ACT & NSW licence holders which can be completed in own vehicle or Beck's provided vehicle. Clients can choose to either complete the standard state required licence upgrade training or the accredited licence upgrade courses. All courses are completed in accordance with the requirements of the HVCBA Scheme and ACT Government Heavy Vehicle requirements. All accredited training and assessment is delivered on behalf of Raise Training (RTO 91655).
A LR vehicle is defined a motor vehicle with a gross vehicle mass of over 4.5 tonnes to a maximum of 8 tonnes (no axle limit) – or any vehicle that seats more than 12 passengers (including the driver) to a maximum of 8 tonnes.
An MR Licence allows you to drive any vehicle with 2 axles (1 steer and 1 drive). This includes motorhomes, buses, certain types of trucks, tow trucks and local freight vehicles.
Here are some vehicles you are permitted to drive:
• A class LR vehicle
• A bus or truck (including a prime mover or a mobile crane) over 8t GVM with a maximum of 2 axles
• A Medium Rigid (MR class) motor vehicle towing one trailer (not a semi-trailer) that has a GVM not exceeding 9 tonnes, and no other type of trailer.
A HR Vehicle is defined as a bus or truck (including a prime mover or mobile crane) with over 8 tonne Gross Vehicle Mass (GVM) with 3 or more axles.
HR B Condition is also good entry level licence into the road transport industry. This allows licence holder to drive a synchro & auto gearbox.
The HR Unconditional licence (2 day course) will give you the broadest range of employment prospects as you can drive any HR vehicle (road rangers, manual and automatic gearboxes).
A class HC vehicle is a truck, prime mover or mobile crane with a trailer of more than 9 tonne Gross Vehicle Mass (GVM).
A HC Licence covers you to drive trucks with a single trailer (commonly known as Semi-Trailers). This includes prime movers, truck and dogs, pig trailers, floats and low loaders.
To be eligible for your HC truck licence, you must have held a Medium Rigid (MR) or Heavy Rigid (HR) Licence for at least 12 months.
You must have held a HR or HC Licence for at least 12 months to be eligible for your MC Licence.
Holding a MC Licence means you are permitted to drive any heavy vehicle.
With the MC Licence class all the training and assessment is done with an accredited RTO.
The Assessment for the MC Licence is competency-based, and is a combination of written assessment of knowledge and practical demonstration of skills.
Verification of Competency (VOC course) is an assessment of a persons knowledge and skills. The process assists employers with meeting their Workplace Health & Safety (WH&S) obligations to deem staff competent to perform a task or operate plant and/or equipment.
Accredited training and assessment delivered on behalf of Raise Training (RTO 91655)
Beck’s Transport Training Pty LTD
5 Flemington Road, Lyneham ACT 2602
All accredited Training and assessment delivered on behalf of
RAISE Training RTO 91655
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