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- Possession of a current driver’s licence and vehicle registration specific to the relevant State or Territory.
- Current licence and registration in the relevant State or Territory, including the appropriate driver’s licence for the type of vehicle they provide instruction on (e.g. bus, car).
- Proficiency in delivering training to individuals with disabilities and expertise in using adapted vehicles, ensuring effective instruction tailored to diverse learners.
Becoming an NDIS provider as a Driving Instructor necessitates maintaining a valid licence and registration that aligns with your State or Territory’s regulations and the specific vehicle category you provide instruction for. For example, if you offer instruction for bus driving, you should hold the corresponding driver’s licence. Additionally, expertise in training individuals with disabilities and proficiency in using adapted vehicles are paramount. This proficiency guarantees effective instruction that caters to the diverse needs of learners with disabilities, empowering them to acquire essential driving skills safely.
- Possession of a full driver’s licence.
Personal Drivers offering their services under the NDIS should possess a full driver’s licence, enabling them to transport NDIS participants safely and efficiently. This licence ensures that they meet the legal prerequisites for operating a vehicle and underscores their capability to provide reliable transportation solutions to individuals with disabilities.