This course is designed to cover all three (3) endorsements, however if Trainees only wish to sit their inividual Wheel, Roller or Track endorsement they will still participate in this training class but only sit the relevant assessment.
INDIVIDUAL Endorsement $220* incl GST ($191.31 excl. GST)
TWO Endorsements $290* incl GST ($252.18 excl. GST)
THREE Endorsements $420* incl GST ($365.22 excl. GST)
If you’re driving a special type of vehicle, that isn't a Forklift, on a road then you are required to have the necessary skills and knowledge in the safe operation and use of the special type vehicle.
For more information visit NZ Transport Agency - Factsheet: Applying for an R, T or W endorsement
The definition of a road, for the application of transport laws is very broad. It includes not only roads, highways and streets, but also any place the general public has access too. This includes beaches, riverbeds, reserve lands, wharves, road shoulders, bridges and culverts.
Yes, each is a seperate endorsement.
If you hold a Full Class 1 New Zealand Car Licence, then you are eligible to sit this course.
Yes. You are required to bring with you safety shoes / boots and a high viz vest. Due to health and safety reasons you will not be able to take part in the practical assessment without these, and therefore would be unable to complete the assessment procedure.
16701 - Demonstrate knowledge and skills for driving on a road for endorsement W (Wheels);
16702 - Demonstrate knowledge and skills for driving on a road for endorsement R (Rollers);
16703 - Demonstrate knowledge and skills for driving on a road for endorsement T (Tracks).
These NZTA approved courses cover the road rules and basic handling skills only.
Yes. It is a requirement for us to add your earned credits to your Record of Learning, and our course includes the NZQA credit registration fees (for the relevant endorsements chosen), but excludes the NZQA Hook-on fee if you do not have a NSN number. This is currently an additional cost of $23.00.
Our course includes pre-course study material (emailed to you prior to your course date if requested), a closed book in-class assessment, and a practical assessment.
No. On successful completion of the course you will receive a course certificate for your relevant endorsement(s). On its own this certificate is not a licence or an endorsement. You must take it to a licensing agent (VTNZ, AA, VINZ) and have them added to your licence. There is an additional fee for each endorsement, which is payable to the licensing agent.
In addition, you will be required to provide identification and proof of your address, and may be required to undergo an eye test.
YOU MUST present the course certificate to a licensing agent within 60 days - otherwise you will have to pay for and re-sit the course again.
You need to visit a licencing agency; and
You need to:
Note: your endorsement will expire on the same date as your driver licence.
How long are W, R and/or T endorsements valid for?
Current licencing laws state that they are renewed at the same time as you renew your New Zealand Drivers licence. You do not currently have to resit an assessment (unless you do not renew them and wish to add them to your licence at a later date).
Our course fees do not include:
- NZTA or licensing agency fees;
- NZQA Hook on fee (if you do not have a NSN number);
- Eyesight or medical fees.
We hold private courses, onsite at your facility, anywhere in New Zealand. We are happy to chat with you about your requirements - contact us to discuss.
Training sessions at your facility will be dependant on your room size availability (and Health & Safety requirements).