HC to MC Training: Upgrade to a multi combination with us and get $100 off either your forklift licence or EWP licence until the end of November 17
This course is for participants who currently have a Heavy Rigid licence and was to upgrade to a Multi Combination licence. Upgrading from a HR Licence to a MC Licence is conducted in an automatic prime mover, b-double combination, and takes two (2) days to complete.
Our fee for upgrading your licence from a Heavy Rigid Licence (HR) to a Multi Combination (MC) Licence is $3000.
This course is for those participants who currently have a Heavy Combination licence and want to upgrade to a Multi Combination licence. Upgrading from a HC licence to a MC Licence is conducted in an automatic prime mover, b-double combination, and takes one (1) day to complete.
Our fee for upgrading your licence from a Heavy Combination licence (HC) to a Multi Combination (MC) Licence is $1750.
Upon successful completion the student will be able to obtain their Multi Combination (MC) licence and be able to drive MC trucks with a transmission type of automatic or synchromesh.
If you currently have an unrestricted licence, you will not lose this endorsement when upgrading in an automatic - i.e. you will still be able to drive MC vehicles fitted with manual gearbox (also known as a Road Ranger, Crashbox, or Constant Mesh).
A Multi Combination (MC) Licence allows the holder to drive B-doubles; Prime mover, low loader dolly and low loader trailer combinations; and road trains. See image below.
This course is suitable for anyone who may need a Multi Combination (MC) licence for work, or who wants to drive MC vehicles for any other reason. It is especially suitable for people involved in the transport industry, or looking to become involved in the transport industry.
Multi Combination vehicles include: B-doubles; Prime mover, low loader dolly and low loader trailer combinations; and road trains.
Before training and assessment for a Multi Combination Vehicle licence can be undertaken an applicant must:
After successful completion of the eyesight, knowledge test, and medical, an applicant may apply for a Heavy Vehicle Competency Based Assessment (HVCBA) Learners Logbook and may then undertake training and assessment to obtain a Multi Combination (MC) licence.
Heavy Vehicle Competency Based Assessment is run by Roads and Maritime Services (formerly Roads and Traffic Authority RTA) accredited Registered Training Organisations (RTOs) with heavy vehicle licensed driving instructors.
In the course students will benefit from one on one training with our instructors to gain the knowledge and skills necessary to safely drive a Multi Combination (MC) vehicle.
During the course students will be trained and assessed in various competencies with the final competency assessment (FCA) to be undertaken at the end of the course. It includes systematic and efficient control of all vehicle functions, monitoring of traffic and road conditions, management of vehicle condition and performance and effective management of hazardous situations.
Upon successful completion students will be able to upgrade their licence to an MC licence.
Where can I find the MC Medical form?
This form isn't available anywhere on-line, and needs to be issued to an individual form a registry. If the form is lost, the individual must re attend a registry to be issued with a new form. Each form is securely issued and recorded against a participants licence details.
How much does it cost to sit the Driver Knowledge Test at the RMS?
As of the 7th December 2015 the cost is $43
How much does the Logbook Cost?
As of the 7th December 2015 the cost is $26
Participants will receive a Statement of Attainment. TLILIC3018 Licence to drive a multi-combination vehicle.
An additional fee of $300 will be charged if a student fails, and needs to re-do their Final Competency Assessment due to criteria relating to disobeying road rules. Examples include, speeding, running a red light, and ignoring a stop sign.