Identify major roads, services and attractions

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Identify major roads, services and attractions (TLIH3004)

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This unit involves the skills and knowledge required by taxi drivers, bus/coach drivers and other transport drivers to identify and describe major roads, services and attractions, on a map and as required, physically pointing them out. Work must be carried out in accordance with relevant transport regulations and workplace procedures.

It includes knowing about local geographical details and features of major roads, highways and suburbs in the area of operation.

It also includes identifying transport interchanges, jetties, ports, stations, terminals, suburbs, landmarks, public services, facilities, tourist attractions and central business districts.

Work is performed with limited supervision, and with duty of care responsibility for self and others in achieving the prescribed outcomes.

This unit meets part of the certification requirements for obtaining specialist driver accreditations. As requirements may vary between states and territories, people seeking specialist driver accreditation should contact their state/territory licensing regulator.

Learning Outcomes

By the end of this training course, participants will:
 

1. Locate all major roads, highways and suburbs in a metropolitan area 1.1 Major roads are identified and located on a map and/or physically.
1.2 Suburbs along, and at the end of, major roads are identified and located on a map and/or physically.
1.3 Suburbs accessed by on- and off-freeway ramps are identified and located on a map and/or physically.
1.4 The main suburbs, with relation to geographical sectors (east, west, north and south) are identified in order of closest proximity to the central business district.
1.5 Bus/taxi lanes into and out of the central business district are located on a map and/or physically.
2. Locate transport interchanges, jetties, ports, stations and terminals 2.1 Major transport interchanges, jetties, ports, terminals and stations are located on a map and/or physically.
2.2 Major connecting roads entering and exiting main transport interchanges, terminals, jetties, ports and rail stations are identified and located on a map and/or physically.
2.3 Established taxi ranks at main transport interchanges, jetties, ports, terminals and stations are located on a map and/or physically.
2.4 Special transport, safety, taxi and/or financial requirements for entering and exiting main transport interchanges, jetties, ports, terminals and stations are observed.
3. Identify main public services and facilities 3.1 Maps and other geographical and tourist information are identified and accessed in accordance with workplace procedures.
3.2 Key tourist locations are located both on a map and/or physically, and their features described.
3.3 Key public services are located on a map and/or physically and described.
3.4 Main scenic routes, places and landmarks of interest to tourists are able to be determined and features described in an appropriate manner.
4. Locate key features in a central business district 4.1 Streets, major buildings and traffic flow directions of the central business district and city centre are identified and located both on a map and/or physically.
4.2 City hotels are identified and located both on a map and/or physically.
4.3 Exit and entry points to the city are determined in relation to a final destination.
4.4 Transport interchanges and main taxi ranks in the city centre and central business district are identified and located both on a map and/or physically.

 

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