Hazard Perception Test
You have your learners permit, now what? Before you can attempt the Transport for NSW Driving Test you must pass the computer based ‘Hazard Perception Test’. This test consists of 15 video scenarios of driving situations and requires you to demonstrate safe decision making when driving. If you are under 25 you cannot attempt this test until you have 80 hours of driving recorded in your logbook. If you would like some 1:1 assistance to prepare for this test please contact ACE Colleges. Sessions are available subject to the trainer and computer availability.
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Units: Upon successful completion of assessment tasks students will be awarded a Statement of Attainment for the unit: FSKDIG002 Use digital technology for simple workplace tasks.
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This program helps to prepare people with low literacy and/or digital literacy challenges. Students prepare by using the online practise test. Each student receives:
- Digital literacy education to assist with the Hazard Perception Test.
- A Statement of Attainment for competencies successfully achieved.
- Access to computers and staff at the College to practise the TfNSW Hazard Perception Test.
Adult and Community Education (ACE) Program. Applicants eligible for enrolment under the ACE Program to note that this training is subsidised by the New South Wales government.
- You must be at least 15 years old and no longer at school
- You must be living or working in NSW (or be an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander person living in specific NSW border areas)
- You must be an Australian citizen, permanent resident, humanitarian visa holder or New Zealand citizen.
- $0 if you fulfil eligibility criteria and receive an eligible benefit or are a dependent child, spouse or partner of a person receiving a specified Commonwealth Government welfare benefit or allowance
- $0 (fee exempt) if you identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander or are receiving a Disability Support Pension or are a dependent child, spouse or partner of a person receiving a Disability Support Pension.