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    Do Participants receive a Statement of Attainment for each of the Units of Competency listed under each course?

    Yes. Those who have completed the course since the 1st of July 2012 automatically receive all units listed in the course at no additional cost. Those who completed prior to this date may receive additional units upon request if they meet certain criteria. Conditions do apply.
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    Does Driven Training supply the training vehicles?

    For all accredited Light Vehicle and 4WD courses conducted from Driven Training facilities, manual 4x4 vehicles will be supplied. Truck, Bus and Coach Vehicles are supplied on scheduled training days only.
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    Do the qualifications have an expiry period?

    No. All Qualifications issued by Driven Training do not expire. However, your employer or their clients may have requisites in place.
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    How do I know if my company accepts Driven Training Courses?

    Driven Training has commercial agreements with over 250 corporate clients. However, the only guaranteed way of knowing if your employer accepts Driven Training as an approved training provider is to contact us direct.
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    Can Driven Training's trainers come to site to conduct training?

    Yes, we can send trainers and assessors anywhere in Australia. With as little as two or three days' notice we can deliver full training or conduct VoC's. We can even provide individual trainers or full teams for long term deployments.
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    How much notice is required to cancel training?

    Driven Training will accept cancellations up to 48 hours prior to your course. Cancellations and non attendance to training after this time will be at the client's cost.
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    How many people can Driven Training train in a day?

    Depending on the courses being conducted, Driven Training can train up to 60 participants at anyone time.
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    How do I know if the Unit of Competency is the right one?

    Driven Training provides professional unbiased advise on unit of competency selection. Alternately, anyone can access the TGA website at www.training.gov.au . Using the search facility on the home page, locate the national training package applicable to your industry or conduct a search by the unit code. Remember to check for superseded or removed units. If it was superseded don't assume it hasn't had significant changes, including additional prerequisites. Most importantly always try to use your own industry training package. If you are unsure at any time contact us direct and one of our managers will assist.