1. Possess a current, full and unrestricted Australian Light Rigid Driver Licence/Endorsement (as a minimum). Learners (trainee instructors) must hold the licence/endorsement pertinent to the relevant vehicle category being: Light Rigid, Medium Rigid, Heavy Rigid, Heavy Combination or Multi-Combination.
2. Fulfil all of the relevant state or territory regulatory requirements.
3. The instructor's language, literacy and numeracy skills are expected to be equivalent to level 3 of the National Reporting System, which identifies adult English language, literacy and numeracy language indicators of competence. Writing Learners (trainee instructors) will be able to communicate relationships between ideas through selecting and using grammatical structures and notations that are appropriate to the purpose. Oral Communication Learners will be able to participate in short transactions, using basic generic structures; to establish, maintain and develop relationships; explore issues and problem solve. Numeracy and Mathematics Learners will be able to select and apply a range of mathematical strategies to solve problems in a number of contexts that are familiar and may be interrelated. They will also be able to reflect on and question the rationale and appropriateness of the purpose, process and outcomes of a mathematical activity and use symbols and diagrams to communicate mathematically.
TLI41310C ertificate IV in Transport and Logistics (Road Transport - Heavy Vehicle Driving Instruction) (continued)