MC Truck Licence

Working together on COVID-19
Keeping everyone safe at this time

Extra cleaning & sanitation of our class rooms and equipment plus social distancing

Please be assured that our courses are going ahead other than MR, HR, & HC Truck testing through QLD transport We know things are changing quickly across Australia, but at this stage we will remain open for business to up skill our clients

MC - Multi Combination Truck Licence:

  • A B-double (prime mover towing 2 semitrailers, with 1 semitrailer supported at the front and connected to the other semitrailer)
  • A road train (motor vehicle, other than a B-double, towing 2 or more trailers)

Eligibility:

  • To upgrade to MC you must have held your HR or HC licence for a period of 12 months

Course Description :

  • TLIC4006 - Drive Multi Combination Vehicle (MC) - This unit involves the skills and knowledge required to drive a multi-combination vehicle safely, including systematic and efficient control of all vehicle functions, coupling and uncoupling of trailers, monitoring of traffic and road conditions, management of vehicle condition and performance, and effective management of hazardous situations
  • One on One practical training only

Course Fees:

  • Heavy Rigid Open (Unrestricted) to Multi Combination Lic.
    • This Month Special $1350*
  • Heavy Rigid Open (Condition B) to Multi Combination Open Lic.
    • This Month Special $1695*
  • Heavy Combination Open to Multi Combination Lic.
    • This Month Special $895*


PACKAGE DEALS:

MC Truck Licence + Forklift Licence -

This Month SPECIAL - pay extra $250 for Forklift Course

What to bring:

  • Queensland or International Drivers Licence
  • Closed shoes

 For more information OR to book a course call: 1300 438 542 or 0408 714 773

* Courses are held at Wynnum Head Office only and include theory and practical driver training + assessment, Qld Transport Requirement HR upgrade to MC min 2 days.

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