You require this accreditation to instruct learner motor cycle riders for reward using the competency based training and assessment scheme, Q-Ride.
You can obtain information on Q-Ride from the Department of Transport and Main Roads website.
Refer to the relevant sections of the legislation and guidelines when completing your submission.
A licence defines the need to obtain recognition / certification and registration to undertake a certain business activity.
You must demonstrate that you can meet and deliver the requirements of the Department of Transport and Main Roads Q-Ride Registered Service Provider Standards (there are eight standards including the Consistent Assessment Process), and provide a training and assessment program that complies with the Competency Standards for a learner undertaking Q-Ride training and assessment.
Rider trainers must have the appropriate accreditation from the Department of Transport and Main Roads to conduct Q-Ride training and assessment. A Q-Ride registered service provider may also be an accredited rider trainer and/or employ accredited rider trainer/s.
The registration of a Q-Ride registered service provider is not able to be assigned to or transferred.
A registered service provider may be registered for a period of one year. The period is decided by the Department of Transport and Main Roads and the successful applicant will be advised at the time of approval.
You can obtain information on fees from the agency.
obtain this accreditation by:
a Registered Service Provider (Q-Ride) Registration Applicationn
and paying for a criminal history check at a Department of Transport and Main
Roads customer service centre. You must submit a copy of the receipt with your
- providing a
submission detailing how you will meet and deliver requirements of the
Department of Transport and Main Roads Q-Ride Registered Service Provider
Standards, including the Consistent Assessment Process. This includes advising
the department how you will:
supply a code of practice
for providing Q-Ride training. Your employees, contractors and/or agents
involved in providing Q-Ride training must abide by this code
- provide a management system
with procedures and records that are planned, documented, implemented and
continuously improved to demonstrate that you are effectively providing
Q-Ride training and assessment
- provide and maintain
sufficient equipment to deliver Q-Ride training safely and equitably
- ensure that all Q-Ride
training and assessment is undertaken on off-road and on-road areas
suitable to meet the Q-Ride Competency Standards
- ensure that all your
employees, sub-contractors and/or agents must be trained and accredited to
provide Q-Ride training;have procedures and
practices for determining the eligibility of learners and ensuring Q-Ride
training and assessment is only provided to eligible learners
- have appropriate procedures
and practices for accredited rider trainers to follow to ensure Q-Ride
training and assessment is appropriately planned, provided and reviewed.
- providing a
training program that complies with the competency standards for a learner
undertaking Q-Ride training
this documentation to the Department of Transport and Main Roads.
apply for annual audits conducted every 12 months on the anniversary of your
from the department will contact you if further information is required.
Further information regarding this accreditation is contained in the Q-Ride Registered Service Provider Standards.
Department of Transport and Main Roads
Customer Services, Safety and Regulation Division
Transport Regulation Branch
Transport Operations (Road Use Management) Act 1995 (Queensland)
Transport Operations (Road Use Management - Accreditation and Other Provisions) Regulation 2015 (Queensland)
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