The Transport for NSW (TfNSW) Driver Knowledge Test is the first step in gaining a Drivers Licence in NSW. ACE offers a class-based program to assist you to prepare for this test and gain your learners permit. In class you will learn the NSW road rules and why they apply in fun and interactive ways to help you remember, not just to pass the test but also to make you a safer driver. You will be given opportunities to practise the online test with the support of your trainer. For more information about ‘Getting a NSW Driver Licence’ tap the link.
Refer to the Apply Now location drop down for a list of course locations. If your town isn’t listed here contact us to talk more.
Units: Upon successful completion of assessment tasks students will be awarded a Statement of Attainment for the units: FSKLRG04 Use basic strategies for work-related learning; FSKOCM02 Engage in basic spoken exchanges at work; FSKRDG04 Read and respond to basic workplace information; BSBWOR301 Organise personal work priorities and development.
|FUNDED FEE:||Free for eligible students|
|COURSE AVAILABILITY||Due to COVID-19 ACE Community Colleges has paused the delivery of this course. However, we are very happy to announce that we are taking Expressions of Interest from students. This will ensure we can fast track the recommencement of the course when it is safe to do so.|
|LODGING AN EXPRESSION OF INTEREST||Select the Location of interest to you from the drop down options, all Locations will show 'date to be confirmed' and complete the Apply form.|
- Driver education in literacy, language and numeracy to assist with the Driver Knowledge Test.
- A Statement of Attainment for LLN competencies successfully achieved.
- Access to computers and staff at the College to practise the TfNSW Learner Driver Knowledge Test.
- Support is provided so you can attempt the TfNSW Learner Driver Knowledge Test on the final day.
At the completion of the program you will receive a Letter of Exemption from the TfNSW Driver Knowledge Test fee no matter how many times you attempt it for up to 3 months.
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.