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AUSTRALIAN DRIVER TRAINERS ASSOCIATION
(NSW) Ltd

PO Box 6281
Silverwater B.C. NSW 1811
T: (02) 9647 2711
F: (02) 9647 2733
E: enquiries@adta.com.au
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Becoming A Driving Instructor

Do you want to become a driving instructor?

If you wish to become a driving instructor you will first have to do a course that leads to the award by the Roads & Traffic Authority of a Commercial Driving Instructors Licence.

We are happy to help and provide contact details of those who provide the courses.

As part of our membership service, we provide instructors with a wide range of benefits that help in providing quality professional driving tuition.

We also provide:

  • teaching materials and other teaching aids
  • opportunities to attend ongoing professional development workshops
  • national fleet discounts on new car purchase
  • low cost public liability and professional indemnity insurance cover and,
  • a very attractively priced car insurance scheme for members. It is compulsory under RTA legislation to have full comprehensive insurance cover on your driving school car.

Your driving school car will also require dual controls and we can assist you in locating a supplier of dual controls.

Car (Class C) - Certificate IV in Driving Instruction (NSW91000)
121 Driver Training 0407 938 398 0407 938 398
HART, Honda Australia Roadcraft Training (02) 9144 5725
Maclean Pines Driving School, Qld (07) 5546 9849
Trent Education (02) 9591 1839
   
Heavy Vehicle (classes LR to HR)
DECA Training (02) 9626 1600
Maclean Pines Driving School, Qld, (07) 5546 9849
Transqual (02) 4962 2707
PVET Institute (02) 9418 8953
Westbus (02) 9683 2877
   
Motorcycle (class R) - Certificate IV in Driving Instruction (NSW91000)
HART, Honda Australia Roadcraft Training (02) 9144 5725
Stay Upright Motorcycle Techniques (02) 9679 1578

Heavy vehicle and rider training schemes
Instructors wanting to work in the RTA heavy vehicle competency based assessor (HVCBA) or motorcycle rider training schemes are required to undertake further training and assessments in addition to the requirements listed above. Information on these requirements can be obtained from the RTA or providers of the instructor-training course.