Dangerous Goods Licence Training
TLILIC0001 Licence to Transport Dangerous Goods by Road
This course is for persons who need to apply for their Bulk DG Licence.
(new applications and renewals from all states and territories)
Australian Workplace Training offers this course at the AWT training rooms in Elizabeth, SA.
We also offer this training in a regional location in Mount Gambier, South Australia.
Off site/on location training can also be organised for group bookings/companies in any location.
AWT – Adelaide
Two Day Course
Location: Elizabeth, SA
Cost: $360.00 per person
Regional SA Locations
Two Day Course
Location: Mt Gambier
Cost: $460.00 per person
During the course students will complete the following unit: TLILIC0001 Licence to transport dangerous goods by road.
This unit involves the skills and knowledge required to obtain a dangerous goods (DG) driver licence to transport DG by road.
This is a mandated 16 hour course. The participant must pass the prescribed written test under the mandated test conditions.
Once Training has been successfully completed the participant must apply to the Competent Authority in their State/Territory for the Dangerous Goods Licence. There will be an additional fee of payable to the Competent Authority.
Achieving this unit of competency is a necessary requirement for obtaining a licence.
However, it is only one of several criteria for obtaining a DG driver licence.
More information can be sourced from the regulator in each jurisdiction regarding other criteria that apply, which can vary between states and territories.
For more information or to make a booking please phone (08) 8282 7600
IMPORTANT – please read the information below:
The Competent Authority in each State/Territory can refuse to issue a Dangerous Goods Licence if a driver’s recent driving history is unsatisfactory. The competent authority make that decision.
Students may wish to discuss their driving record with the Competent Authority in their state/territory prior to enrolling into a course.
- If a driver licence has been cancelled or suspended during the review period, a dangerous goods licence MAY NOT BE ISSUED. (Review period is 5 years)
A medical examination must be completed by a medical practitioner in accordance with the standards contained in the publication “Medical Examinations of Commercial Vehicle Drivers”.
If a driver has been medically examined to the required standard within 6 months of the application for a Dangerous Goods Licence, there is no need to be re-examined.
If for some reason you cannot attend the training please contact us at least two (2) business days (48 hours) prior to your course where you will be able to cancel or transfer your booking (course cancellations will incur a $100 administration fee). If notification of cancellation is not received, students will not be eligible for a refund.
The administration fee can be waived for medical or compassionate conditions if AWT is informed prior to the course with evidence and the student rebooks to the next available course.
For students who were not born in Australia:
We ask that students not born in Australia bring along extra documentation when making their booking as we need to check that they can complete their study in Australia with AWT. Documents can include: Australian citizenship certificate, Australian or foreign passport, evidence of permanent residency or visa documentation.
Please note that we are currently unable to accept enrolments from International Students and individuals on a Student Visa.
To find available courses and/or provider please visit http://cricos.education.gov.au/
Completing the training with AWT fulfils only one of the criteria of obtaining the DG Licence.
The Dangerous Goods licences are issued by the Competent Authority in each state/territory and not Australian Workplace Training itself.