Before beginning your practical training, you must successfully complete two separate tests: the PCV multiple-choice test and the hazard perception test.
To pass the module 1a multiple-choice theory, you must achieve a minimum score of 85%. This test consists of 100 questions and you will have 1 hour and 55 minutes to complete it.
The module 1b hazard perception test requires a minimum pass mark of 67 out of 100. During this examination, you must click when you see a hazard developing.
Both tests are administered at a test centre and can be booked for the same day. Upon completion, you will receive a letter indicating whether you have passed or failed.
It is important to take these tests seriously as they are crucial steps in obtaining your PCV license. With dedication and preparation, you can confidently pass both tests and move forward with your practical training.