Training Courses

 The ATV Rider or SXS / ROV Driver Course

This practical one day ATV or SXS / ROV Course is conducted by licensed Yamaha ATV SSV Safety Institute Instructors. It offers students an opportunity to increase their safety knowledge and to practice basic to advanced riding skills in a controlled environment under the direct supervision of a licensed Instructor.

The course also covers protective gear, environmental responsibility, ATV or SXS / ROV pre-start safety checks, understanding machine and personal capabilities, securing ATV or SXS / ROV for transport, correct loading/unloading of the ATV or SXS / ROV, appropriate ATV or SXS / ROV attachments, awareness of trailer/load limitations, 4WD versus 2WD, diff lock use & Hi/Low range use.

This training offers students an opportunity to increase their safety knowledge and to practice basic riding skills in a controlled environment under the direct supervision of a licensed Instructor.

Students practice basic safety techniques with practical exercises eg: Starting and stopping, turning (both gradual and quick), negotiating hills, emergency stopping and swerving, and riding over obstacles. Particular emphasis is placed on the safety implications related to each lesson.

ATV SSV Safety Institute Instructors

Yamaha Motor Australia's ATV SSV Safety Institute courses are individually conducted by accredited third party instructors. 

Yamaha Motor Australia's ATV SSV Safety Institute Kit

Not only does every student become a safer and more competent rider; once the course has been completed and the student has passed the course and supplies their USI number (to be verified), the students receives a ‘Statement of Attainment’.

Why do we need a ‘Statement of Attainment’?

You may need a ‘Statement of Attainment’ to show evidence of competency for Workplace Health & Safety, Insurance and Duty of Care.

Some insurance companies and other government departments and large businesses (eg farming and mining) now require this Statement of Attainment

Course Information

The ATV SSV Safety Institute provides nationally recognised training through a partnering arrangement with registered Training organisation Yamaha Motor Australia Pty Ltd, national organisation number 30911 for unit Competency 

AHCMOM212A - Operate quad bikes 

Or  

AHCMOM211A - Operate side by side utility vehicles

Venue

Approved locations around Australia.

There are numerous locations around Australia that Yamaha Motor Australia's ATV SSV Safety Institute uses however the preferred place of training is in the environment common to the use of the rider. This then allows the instructor to be more specific to the needs of the rider.

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