Benefits of becoming a driving instructor in regional Australia

Written by Ronak Shah

Benefits of becoming a driving instructor in regional Australia

Alysha Rodrigues

Have you ever considered becoming a driving instructor in regional Australia? 


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TLI41218 to TLI41221 Change of Course

Written by Ronak Shah

What to know about the new TLI41221 Certification.

Alysha Rodrigues

Are you looking to become a driving instructor?

Are you unsure what steps to take to earn the required certification?

Well, you've come to the right place...

The Academy of Road Safety (AORS) trains their students to receive their TLI41218- Certificate IV in Transport and Logistics (Road Transport- Car Driving Instruction). Attaining this certification will allow an individual to work and be employed as a Driving Instructor within the Transport and Logistics Industry. Taking that first step to becoming a driving instructor can be daunting however Academy of Road Safety make the process as easy as possible by giving their upmost support and assistance to help you. We provide specific information on each state that makes it simple to discover the rules and eligibility criteria in each state. At Academy of Road Safety we try our best to help you through each and every step so you never feel lost.


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We are an official Safer Drivers Course Training Provider!

Written by Ronak Shah

All about the Safer Drivers Course

Kashish Christian

At The Academy of Road Safety, we provide Driving Instructors with the opportunity to undergo the necessary training required to conduct Safer Drivers Courses. This is an excellent means of conducting a program that will not only help provide valuable road safety skills to learns, but also enables instructors to add to their weekly income.


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What precautions has The Academy of Road Safety taken to prevent the spread of COVID-19?

Written by Ronak Shah

COVID-19 has affected more than 188 countries and territories globally since the outbreak in 2019 and is primarily transmitted through tiny droplets in the air produced by coughing sneezing, and talking.

In the past few months restrictions have eased and cases within Australia have dropped significantly, as the community have continued to do their part to help stop the spread.

We at the Academy of Road Safety consider the health and well being of our students and Driver Trainers to be our highest priority and have continued to do our part by ensuring preventative safety measures have been put in place.

The Theory component of our TLI41218 – Certificate IV in Transport and Logistics for Driving Instruction course is based online in the comfort of your own home and you only need to make sure you have an available network connection, how ever during the practical element of the course  (All of our drivers have been instructed to provide hand sanitiser, gloves and masks in their car, (subject to availability). Cleanliness within the car is an essential priority, our vehicles are cleaned after every lesson and we will always do our best to safe-guard everyone involved; reducing the risk to Students while the Coronavirus is still of concern.


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