Light Utility Vehicle (LUV) Training Course

Day One

This is a half-day session which includes the theory unit standard 24556, covering the safe use of a Light Utility Vehicle, basic maintenance, daily checks and practical driving skills.

Trainees must supply NZQA (NSN) number or ID (copy of driver’s license)

  • Demonstrate knowledge of the safe operation of a light utility vehicle (LUV)
    NZQA Unit Standard: 24556
    Credits: 3 @ level 2
 
  • Minimum of 4 and maximum of 6 attendees per course
 

Day Two

This is a half day practical course covering the below unit standards. ( or the unit standards that are required by the trainee/s).

Prerequisites 

Candidates must have evidence of a minimum of 10 hours riding LUV bikes, in a workplace situation, over at least a three-week period, covering a range of tasks. 

This evidence should consist of a riding logbook, a workplace diary and an attestation from the candidate’s employer, or similar. This must be supplied prior to the trainee attending the course.

Trainees must supply NZQA (NSN) number or ID (copy of driver’s license)

Additional unit standard options

  • Drive a light utility vehicle (LUV) on flat terrain
    NZQA Unit Standard: 24553
    Credits: 4 @ level 2
  • Drive a light utility vehicle (LUV) on hilly terrain
    NZQA Unit Standard: 24558
    Credits: 4 @ level 3
  • Drive a light utility vehicle (LUV) with trailed equipment
    NZQA Unit Standard: 24560
    Credits: 3 @ level 3
  • Drive a light utility vehicle (LUV) with mounted equipment or a load
    NZQA Unit Standard: 24562
    Credits: 3 @ level 3
 
  • Minimum of 4 and maximum of 6 attendees per course.
  • This course can be run as a One Day Course if participants provide all evidence of practical competency prior to attending the course (see prerequisites) 
  • Refresher Course also available.