Training Courses

Trainees gather under shade to hear the task's instruction.

Trainees gather under shade to hear the task's instruction.

A trainee learns to attach the snap strap to a vehicle bogged in sand.

A trainee learns to attach the snap strap to a vehicle bogged in sand.

With 18 years of training experience, Jol Fleming and his team are committed to helping you make your workplace safer. Bush travelling off-highway in Central Australia offers unexpected challenges: flat tyres, corrugations, sand, large animals, flooding, breakdown.  When employment necessitates remote area travel, our 4WD training programs give you the necessary skills and confidence to tackle outback roads and avoid accidents. 

Our personal approach to training has been designed for a fun and comprehensive learning experience while giving you or your employees the accreditation needed to be safe Outback.

 

Drive AWD/4WD vehicles on unsealed roads.

1 day

The 1 day Drive AWD/4WD Vehicles on Unsealed Roads course is for the person who is on good dirt roads and is not subject to 'off road' situations or is not doing any recovery work.

SISODRV201A

Drive and recover a 4WD vehicle

2 days

If you're working out bush, this 2 day course is essential for safety.

SISODRV302A

Advanced Drive & Coordinate Recovery of 4WD Vehicles in Difficult Terrains. 

4 days  

You must complete the 2 day course first to enrol.

The 4 day advanced course covers more difficult terrains, more detailed maintenance & repairs as well as more advanced and varied recovery techniques. 

SISODRV404A & SISODRV405A

Operate Vehicles in the Field

2 days

For the mining & energy industries

The Operate Vehicles in the Field course is designed for people working in the mining, chemicals, refining & energy industries.  It also covers the regulations required to operate here in the Red Centre, Palm Valley & the Mereenie Oil Fields.

PMASUP236B