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If you want to teach another person to drive in return for money or reward, you need to hold a driving instructor’s licence. Applying for this licence involves a number of steps, including police checks, an instructor training course and a final assessment.

The first step is for you to complete: TLI41218 - Certificate IV in Transport and Logistics (Road Transport - Car Driving Instruction). You can commence the course immediately, provided you have completes the necessary steps for enrolment (click HERE to check your state requirements). Attainment of this certificate will qualify you to work and be employed as a Driving Instructor within the Transport and Logistics Industry.

You can complete the course through Academy of Road Safety. We offer a highly flexible learning schedule and we will deliver this training according to your availability. We always aim to create the best possible, smooth and stress-free learning experience.

We understand that you may be juggling other commitments, which is why we also offer this training online. You will still receive support and assistance from us when you require it. This can be over the phone, email or in person.

Upon completion of the training at Academy of Road Safety, you will have the option to work for yourself or any driving school in Australia. This specialised training will make you certified to be a Driving Instructor.

After completing the course, you will need to apply to become a driving instructor.

The first step is to check with your Local Transport Authority (differs from state to state) for the necessary requirements and forms. Fill out the forms and collect your supporting documents along with your qualification and submit them to your Local Transport Authority. 

How to apply

Visit your local Transport Authority and submit your application.

Make sure you have all your
documentation and any additional items (if applicable).

Complete all forms and collect your support documents 

Check the eligibility requirements with your local Transport Authority

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