Alltruck Driver Training has been provided an additional three months extension to prepare for the major industry changes.
Roads and Maritime has granted Alltruck Driver Training a further extension until 31 May 2015, to the implementation of in cabin video surveillance that records the Final Competency Assessment (FCA) and also to the implementation of the Separation of Trainers and Assessors policy, infamously know in the industry as 4.2(d).
The reform was originally due to be enforced on 1 December 2014, and due to industry not being ready, most providers received an extension until the end of February 2015.
With some of the industry still working through the new regulation and adjusting their business to suit the new training environment, Roads and Maritime have kindly provided some providers, including Alltruck Driver Training, more time.
We thank Roads and Maritime for their consideration and understanding.