Licence Application Requirements

About the Dangerous Goods Drivers Licence:

To drive a licensed dangerous goods vehicle you must hold a dangerous goods bulk driver licence. Most licences are now valid for five years.

In NSW the Dangerous Goods Drivers Licence is issued by the NSW Environmental Protection Authority.

Application Requirements

To apply for a driver licence you need to:

  • Complete the training course provided by RAISE Training (an approved training provider).
  • Be medically fit
    Complete required Medical Fitness Form
    (see 'Licence Application Form').
  • Have a satisfactory driving history
    You must include an RTA Driving History report which has been issued within the last six (6) months.
  • Provide identification (passport-sized photographs and a copy of your vehicle drivers licence).
  • Send the complete application form and pay the application fee, currently $57*.

* For courses run in Sydney, the application fee is paid to RAISE Training who will submit the application on your behalf (all required documents must be provided to the trainer).

 

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Our course is approved by the NSW Environmental Protection Authority (formally the Office of Environment and Heritage).

- Course Approval Number TC2/1268.

After completion of a course participants will also receive a Nationally Recognised Statement of Attainment.

 
 

RAISE Training is a Nationally Recognised Training Provider, accredited by the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA).

Provider Number 91655.

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