Keens Truck Driver Training Bunbury

MC Multi Combination

TLIC4006 Drive multi combination vehicle

Course overview

This course is designed for individuals who are looking to apply for a Multi Combination (MC) licence class.

The course is delivered consistent with the National Unit of Competency, and as an Authorised Department of Transport Agent, assessments are conducted to the required licence standard.

During training and assessment you will cover the following core areas

  • Conducting pre-start vehicle checks
  • Correct, safe and efficient driving techniques (manoeuvring, reversing, power management, braking and positioning the vehicle)
  • Fatigue management
  • Low risk driving behaviours
  • Managing emergencies and hazardous situations
  • Trip planning
  • Coupling and uncoupling procedures
  • Relevant legal requirements

What you can drive

multi combination vehicle class keens bunbury

multi combination vehicle keens bunbury

A Multi Combination licence class allows you to drive any heavy vehicle licences allow you to drive any heavy combination unit towing two or more trailers, each having a gross vehicle mass greater than 9,000 kg.

If you are authorised to drive MC class vehicles you may drive any:

  • Multi combination unit towing one or more additional trailers with a GVM exceeding 9 tonnes
  • Heavy combination (HC class) vehicle
  • Heavy Rigid (HR),
  • Medium Rigid (MR),
  • Light Rigid (LR),
  • Car class (C),
  • Moped (R-N class).

Licence conditions – Multi Combination

    • Condition A; This is the most restrictive HR class as drivers are restricted to automatic vehicles
    • Condition B; Training and assessment is conducted with the synchromesh (single clutch) gearbox. Drivers are restricted to vehicles with either automatic or synchromesh gearboxes
    • Unrestricted; Training and assessment is conducted using a constant mesh ‘road ranger’ gear box, which requires operators to double clutch. This class is the least restrictive as drivers are able to drive automatic, synchromesh or road ranger HR class vehicles.

Experience requirements

To be eligible to apply for an MC class licence, you must have one of the following Western Australian licence classes:

  • A Car (C class) licence for at least 3 years; and
  • A Heavy Combination (HC Class) licence for at least 1 year; or
  • A Heavy Rigid (HR Class) heavy licence for at least 1 year;

For more information regarding this class of licence: 
https://www.transport.wa.gov.au/licensing/multi-combination-licence-mc.asp

Booking information

To book or find out more contact one of the friendly team at Keens. Information required at time of booking include:

Full name, drivers licence number, date of birth and expiry date.

Ability to pay course deposit (required to secure bookings).

USI number (to find out more click here).

COURSE REQUIREMENTS

Be able to read and write basic English
Minimum 18 years of age
Provide two forms of identification
You will be required to supply Keens Truck Driver Training Bunbury with your Unique Student Identifier, in order for it to be verified prior to issuance of your Statement of Attainment.

Multi Combination Course Bookings

MC- 1 hour lesson (Automatic, Synchromesh or Road Ranger) $140.00 (fully payable upon booking)

1 Day MC Course (Automatic or Synchromesh only) $1625.00 (Deposit of $825.00)

This course consists of 4 hours of one-on-one driver training, a written theory assessment, the 2 hour Driving Assessment Test, and the Department of Transport PDA Assessment Fee.

This course is available for people that can supply written proof of training on registered roads. (This does NOT include mine sites, farms and in a yard). You MUST supply a Third Party Verification Form to book this course.
Download the Form Here

Driving Assessment with a Keens Department of Transport Authorised Assessor.


2 Day MC Course (Automatic, Synchromesh or Road Ranger) $2005.00 (Deposit of $1005.00)

This course consists of 7 hours of one-on-one driver training over 2 days, a written theory assessment, followed by a Test at the end with a Keens Assessor.

Driving Assessment with a Keens Department of Transport Authorised Assessor.