Training (Formal and Informal) From time to time, the Club organises a range of formal and informal training workshops for members in response to demand. The Club DOES NOT provide commercial training for non Club individuals or groups. However, the Club is able to suggest commercial training providers. Club training is provided by qualified or experienced Club trainers or by external training providers.
Club Training includes:
Accredited basic 4WDriving
Accredited advanced 4WDriving
Accredited Chainsaw operation
Accredited First Aid and Remote Area First Aid training
Activity and Trip Leading
Navigation and map reading
Informal skills development workshops including batteries, tyres, winching, etc.
For more information email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Driver Training The Club offers basic driver training for members. Formal 2 day courses are run once a year & you only need to be a financial member of the club to apply. For those members who wish to gain a nationally recognised Statement of Attainment (Drive and Recover a 4WD Vehicle), we have qualified Trainer/Assessors and linkages with a RTO (Getabout Training Services). Fees apply.
Why do 4WD driver training?
Gain the knowledge and skills to competently drive a 4WD vehicle in off road situations to minimise risks of accidents, incidents and the need for vehicle recovery.
Improve the confidence and competence of trip leaders.
Promote confidence of trip participants that the leader is competent.
Be able to efficiently and safely recover/extract a stuck vehicle.
Enhance the enjoyment of 4Wdriving through improved confidence. This is especially evident if travelling with a group of people who have been trained to the same standards.
Demonstrate to land managers, regulators and the general public a commitment to responsible 4WDriving.
Be able to participate in 4WD activities in restricted areas where a training certificate is required for access e.g. volunteer activities in National Parks.
Qualify for discounts on vehicle insurance offered by some insurance providers.
Demonstrate a Duty of Care and due diligence in the event of an accident or incident.
Be awarded a nationally recognised Statement of Attainment on successful completion of the assessments. Employers often require their employees to hold this qualification if 4WD vehicle operation is part of their employment.
First Aid Training The Club organises Remote Area First Aid Training, Basic First Aid Advanced First Aid and Refresher Courses as needed. Training courses are are highly practical / hands on and directly tailored to the needs of people who enjoy outdoor recreation. The courses are delivered by an extremely experienced front line paramedic.
For further information contact John Kent email@example.com. Download the brochure here for the Remote Area First Aid training: