Heavy Vehicle Licensing NSW
Into Training Australia has a service provider agreement with the NSW Department of Transport Roads and Marine Services (RMS) to provide Heavy Vehicle licenses in NSW using the Heavy Vehicle Competency Based Assessment (HVCBA) system. We provide training and assessment for licence classes Medium Rigid (MR), Heavy Rigid (HR), Heavy Combination (HC) AND Multi Combination (MC).
The time quoted to obtain each license is an estimate only, due to the various skill levels individual driver and RMS regulated minimum assessment criteria. Your trainer will keep you informed of your progress at all times.
You will also incur RMS fees of approximately $120 for the knowledge text, log books and photo licence.
It is a requirement of the RMS that the knowledge test be passed before a heavy vehicle log book can be issued. Lessons can commence when these requirements have been met.
To get a Heavy Vehicle License via HVCBA:
Provide a current NSW photo-licence.Go to RMS Registry Offices
Complete a licence application form (1001)
Pass a knowledge test for the Class of Licence you wish to obtain ($40 each appointment)
Questions asked in the knowledge test come from the following documents which can be purchased for $12 from RMS or downloaded below:
Example questions from this test can be viewed on the RMS website here.
You will also be required to pass an eyesight test.
Once you have completed the above, you will pay $24 to the RMS and be provided with a Heavy Vehicle Competency Based Learner’s log Book. You then need to book a HVCBA Assessor. Click HERE for a list of available assessors.
Forklift training and assessment is delivered under the National Training Package TLILIC2001. At the completion of this course, the successful participants will receive an unrestricted class LF High Risk Work Licence. Obtaining a high risk licence requires the participant to successfully undertake practical training on the Forklift, and complete a theory and practical assessment conducted by one of our High Risk Work accredited assessors.
Everyone should be aware of the business procedures relating to the Heavy Vehicle Competency Assessment Scheme. These procedures have changed as a result of the Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) recommendations arising from the Binos case.To view the most recent documents relating to this, please click on the hyperlinks below.