RTO & REGULATIONS

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Heavy vehicle regulations in Melbourne

Quality Policy Statement
Advanced Heavy Vehicle Training Centre is committed to being the best provider of professional quality driver/operator education and training for all our customers and clients. We are a trading arm of Australia Wide Forklift Training Centre (AWFTC) our Registered Training Organisation.

To achieve these objectives, Advanced Heavy Vehicle Training Centre has implemented a Quality Assurance Management System that complies with the requirements of Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) - Standards for Registered Training Organizations (RTO)., Vic Roads accredited provider and Worksafe requirements.
Complaints and Appeals:

If you wish to make a complaint about anything related to Advanced Heavy Vehicle Training Centre  (AHVDTC) or appeal any decisions may by AHVDTC (including assessments) while undertaking the course, an informal resolution is recommended so in the first instance talk to your trainer. Should the Complaint or Appeal not be resolved satisfactorily AHVDTC has a formal Complaints and Appeals procedure, which is available from your trainer or the RTO (form located on tea room wall & lodge completed form to reception). Or you can download the prodecure - Student Complaints and Appeals Procedure and form - AWFTC Complaints and Appeals Form here

You can also put your complaint in writing to WorkSafe. The necessary forms are available from WorkSafe or from AWFTC.
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL), National Recognition and Credit Transfer:

Recognition of Prior Learning is a process by which a prospective student can demonstrate knowledge and competencies currently held, as a result of past experience or training, and through this, possibly gain credit towards a qualification. Restrictions on RPL apply with Licensing units.

To apply for RPL complete the enrolment form, indicating RPL is requested by ticking the box and hand to the trainer or RTO Manager.

As an RTO, AHVDTC will nationally recognize credentials issued by any other RTO in any State/Territory of Australia. If you can demonstrate that you have completed, or partially completed, relevant qualifications or statements of attainment through another RTO AHVDTC will recognise and grant credit transfer for all relevant prior learning encompassed in these. 

National Recognition will be done at no cost to the student and will not require any further assessment.
Access, Equity and Privacy:

AHVDTC and its employees embrace the principles of Occupational Health and Safety and strive to ensure that all potential and current students receive Access and Equity into all organized courses. 

In regard to training courses for which it is responsible, AHVDTC wishes to ensure that any person who meets the entrance criteria has appropriate access to achieve a positive outcome. 

AHVDTC also respects individual’s right to Privacy and will meet all requirements of the Privacy Legislation when dealing with Student information and records.

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Are you looking for information about heavy vehicle regulations in Melbourne? Call 03 9330 2789 today to find out more.

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