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Department of State Growth

Courses

School bus warning signs and lights

It has been mandatory since 1 July 1996 for busses used to carry school children outside designated urban areas in Tasmania are required to be fitted with warning signs and lights.

This course is designed to assist Vehicle Examiners (VE’s) in ensuring the busses which are used to carry school children to and from school are fitted with compliant school bus warning signs and lights.

AIS Proprietor Knowledge Course

A Proprietor under the Approved Inspection Station (AIS) scheme is a natural person who takes full responsibility for the operation and continued licensing their premise as an AIS.  Proprietors are responsible for ensuring their premise and their employees continue to comply with the requirements of the AIS scheme.

This course is designed to assist AIS Proprietors in understanding their role in the AIS scheme.

AMBRIS Proprietor Knowledge Course

A Proprietor under the Approved Motor Body Repairer Inspection Station (AMBRIS) scheme is a natural person who takes full responsibility for the operation and continued licensing their premise as an AMBRIS.  Proprietors are responsible for ensuring their premise and their employees continue to comply with the requirements of the AMBRIS scheme.

This course is designed to assist AMBRIS Proprietors in understanding their role in the AMBRIS scheme.

Learner Licence Assistance Program (LLAP) tier one training

Learner Licence Assistance Program (LLAP) provide assistance for people who are attempting to obtain their Learner Licence through the conventional (computer) process at Service Tasmania.  The LLAP is divided into two tiers, this tier one course is for those who want to become a tier one trainer. Tier one trainers assist people who are wanting their car learner licence or their motorcycle learner licence.

AVC Scheme Knowledge Course

An Approved Vehicle Certifier (AVC) is a person approved by the Registrar of Motor Vehicles (RMV) to certify modifications to vehicles in Tasmania.  This course is the final step in the application process to become a AVC.

AVC Proprietor Knowledge Course

A Proprietor under the Approved Vehicle Certifier Approved Inspection Station (AVCAIS) scheme is a natural person who takes full responsibility for the operation and continued licensing their premise as an AVCAIS.  Proprietors are responsible for ensuring their premise and their employees continue to comply with the requirements of the AVCAIS scheme.

This course is designed to assist AVCAIS Proprietors in understanding their role in the AVCAIS scheme.

AVC Adaptive Controls Knowledge Course

Registration and Licencing Services has applied the Australian Standard Motor vehicle controls-Adaptive systems for people with disabilities AS3954.1-1991, Part 1 General requirements as the standards applicable to adaptive controlled vehicles in Tasmania.  Approved Vehicle Certifiers (AVC) intending to certify the design and fitment of adaptive controls to motor vehicles for use with people with disabilities in Tasmania must complete this adaptive control knowledge course.

AVC Street Rod Knowledge Course

Tasmania has endorsed the National Guidelines for the Construction and Modification of Street Rods In Australia as the standards applied to Street Rods for road use in Tasmania.  Approved Vehicle Certifiers (AVCs) intending to certify the construction and modification of Street Rods in Tasmania must successfully complete this course