VicRoads Licenced Vehicle Tester Light Vehicle Structural Awareness Course
The Structural Awareness Course covers the knowledge and ability to identify and assess damage or sub-standard repairs, acceptable/unacceptable repairs on a vehicle presented to you to complete a roadworthy inspection (Light Vehicle).
Reference and use the appropriate standards for assessing structural damage and repairs. Locate and complete all relevant documentation involved with structural assessment.
Supply and interpret information to and from a vehicle repairer in relation to the structural repairs.
Access the Personal Properties Security Register (PPSR) website for the purpose of checking the status (Written off or Stolen) of a vehicle presented for inspection.
Assessment will include a theory assessment and practical assessment on a Light Vehicle.
Pre-requisites / Eligibility requirements:
Must be working for a current Licenced Vehicle Tester (light Vehicle) as a Testing Mechanic
Have written approval from VicRoads
You will also need to complete and pass the LLN Pre-assessment course.
Upon completion of this course you will:
- ability to identify and assess damage or sub-standard repairs, acceptable/unacceptable repairs on a vehicle
- ability reference and use the appropriate standards for assessing structural damage and repairs
What you receive at the completion of the course:
An examiners accreditation card and a certificate will be issued to participants who successfully complete the course.