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Introduction

The Level 4 Diploma UKERD Response Driver aims to provide candidates with the

knowledge, understanding and skills required to drive vehicles that require them to hold a B

or C1 category driving licence in a high speed emergency response situation. The

qualification meets the requirements for emergency response drivers/riders to claim

exemptions under the Road Traffic Act and is delivered by centres in accordance with the

guidelines for high speed driver training issued by the UK Department for Transport.

The qualification is aimed at those who work in, or want to work in statutory/voluntary/

private enterprise services that respond to any form of emergency whilst using visual and

audible warning systems at high speed.

The qualification comprises a series of mandatory units for 6 pathways:

Pathway 1: Emergency Response Driver

Pathway 2: Rapid Response Driver

Pathway 3: Fire Appliance Response Driver

Pathway 4: Motorcycle Rapid Response Rider

Pathway 5: Tactical and Evasive Driver

Pathway 6: Tactical and Evasive Response Driver

The Regulated Qualifications Framework (RQF) is the single framework for regulated

qualifications, the regulatory body for this qualification is the Office of Qualifications and

Examinations Regulation (Ofqual). This qualification is accredited onto the RQF.

Entry Requirem ents

This qualification is designed for candidates aged 19 or above, subject to them holding a

valid UK driving licence.

Minimum driving licence requirements:

  • On all pathways except Motorcycle, a UK driving licence held for eighteen months

on Category B and the relevant category for the vehicle for which they are being

qualified for

  • For Motorcycle a UK driving licence held for eighteen months on Category A

Centres should carry out an initial assessm ent of candidate skills and knowledge to

identify any gaps and help plan the assessment.

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Qualification Profile

Qualification title ProQual Level 4 Diplom a UKERD Response Driver

Ofqual qualification number 603/5140/8

Level 4

Total Qualification Time 270 hours (227 GLH)

Assessment

Pass or fail

Internally assessed and verified by centre staff

External quality assurance by ProQual verifiers

Qualification start date 17/9/2019

Qualification end date

Qualification Structure

Candidates must complete the Mandatory units in one of the pathways.

There are SIX pathways:

Pathway 1: Emergency Response Driver

Pathway 2: Rapid Response Driver

Pathway 3: Fire Appliance Response Driver

Pathway 4: Motorcycle Rapid Response Rider

Pathway 5: Tactical and Evasive Driver

Pathway 6: Tactical and Evasive Response Driver

The required Mandatory units for each of the Pathways are set out below.

Candidates may also complete any of the two Additional/Optional Units.

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Pathway 1: Em ergency Response Driver

Driving licence vehicle category endorsements for pathway: B,B+E,C1,C,D1,D

Mandatory Units

Unit

Reference

Num ber

Unit Title Unit

Level GLH

L/617/8183 Legislation, road traffic and behavioural aspects of driving

theory 3 80

R/617/8184 Preparation and pre-drive checks 3 7

Y/617/8185 Advanced driving/riding 4 30

H/617/8187 Skid recognition, prevention and control 3 10

M/617/8189 Theoretical application of emergency response driver/rider

exemptions under UK law 3 10

M/617/8192 High speed emergency response driving/riding 4 40

L/617/8197 Application of emergency response driver/rider exemptions

under UK law 4 50

Pathway 2: Rapid Response Driver

Driving licence vehicle category endorsements for pathway: B, C1 Ambulance

Mandatory Units

Unit

Reference

Num ber

Unit Title Unit

Level GLH

L/617/8183 Legislation, road traffic and behavioural aspects of driving

theory 3 80

R/617/8184 Preparation and pre-drive checks 3 7

Y/617/8185 Advanced driving/riding 4 30

H/617/8187 Skid recognition, prevention and control 3 10

M/617/8189 Theoretical application of emergency response driver/rider

exemptions under UK law 3 10

M/617/8192 High speed emergency response driving/riding 4 40

A/617/8194 Advanced high speed emergency response driving/riding 4 10

L/617/8197 Application of emergency response driver/rider exemptions

under UK law 4 50

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Pathway 3: Fire Appliance Response Driver

Driving licence category endorsements for pathway: B,C1,C

Mandatory Units

Unit

Reference

Num ber

Unit Title Unit

Level GLH

L/617/8183 Legislation, road traffic and behavioural aspects of driving

theory 3 80

R/617/8184 Preparation and pre-drive checks 3 7

Y/617/8185 Advanced driving/riding 4 30

H/617/8187 Skid recognition, prevention and control 3 10

M/617/8189 Theoretical application of emergency response driver/rider

exemptions under UK law 3 10

M/617/8192 High speed emergency response driving/riding 4 40

L/617/8197 Application of emergency response driver/rider exemptions

under UK law 4 50

Pathway 4: Motorcycle Rapid Response Driver

Driving licence vehicle category endorsements for pathway: A

Mandatory Units

Unit

Reference

Num ber

Unit Title Unit

Level GLH

L/617/8183 Legislation, road traffic and behavioural aspects of driving

theory 3 80

R/617/8184 Preparation and pre-drive checks 3 7

Y/617/8185 Advanced driving/riding 4 30

M/617/8189 Theoretical application of emergency response driver/rider

exemptions under UK law 3 10

M/617/8192 High speed emergency response driving/riding 4 40

A/617/8194 Advanced high speed emergency response driving/riding 4 10

L/617/8197 Application of emergency response driver/rider exemptions

under UK law 4 50

Y/617/8199 Emergency response motorcycle handing 4 15

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Pathway 5: Tactical and Evasive Driver

Driving licence vehicle category endorsements for pathway: B,C1,C

Mandatory Units

Unit

Reference

Num ber

Unit Title Unit

Level GLH

L/617/8183 Legislation, road traffic and behavioural aspects of driving

theory 3 80

R/617/8184 Preparation and pre-drive checks 3 7

Y/617/8185 Advanced driving/riding 4 30

H/617/8187 Skid recognition, prevention and control 3 10

M/617/8189

Theoretical application of emergency response exemptions

under UK law 4 10

M/617/8192 High speed emergency response driving/riding 4 40

A/617/8194 Advanced high speed emergency response driving/riding 4 10

L/617/8197 Application of emergency response driver/rider exemptions

under UK law 4 50

R/617/8203 Tactical and evasive emergency response driving 4 20

Pathway 6: Tactical and Evasive Response Driver

Driving licence vehicle category endorsements for pathway: B,C1,C

Mandatory Units

Unit

Reference

Num ber

Unit Title Unit

Level GLH

L/617/8183 Legislation, road traffic and behavioural aspects of driving

theory 3 80

R/617/8184 Preparation and pre-drive checks 3 7

Y/617/8185 Advanced driving/riding 4 30

H/617/8187 Skid recognition, prevention and control 3 10

M/617/8192 High speed emergency response driving/riding 4 10

A/617/8194 Advanced high speed emergency response driving/riding 4 50

R/617/8203 Tactical and evasive emergency response driving 4 20

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Additional Units

Candidates may complete any of the Additional Optional Units.

Additional Units

Unit

Reference

Num ber

Unit Title Unit

Level GLH

J/617/8200 Airport procedures for emergency response driving/riding 4 15

L/617/8202 Off-road emergency response driving 4 20

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Centre Requirem ents

Centres must be approved to offer this qualification. If your centre is not approved please

complete and submit form ProQual Additional Qualification Approval Application.

Centres must demonstrate that their training centre meets acceptable health and safety

standards and have in place a ProQual approved training programme designed to meet the

requirements of the qualification.

Staff delivering this qualification must be appropriately qualified and occupationally

competent.

Trainers/Assessors/Internal Quality Assurance

For each competence-based unit centres must be able to provide at least one assessor and

one internal quality assurance verifier who are suitably qualified for the specific occupational

area.

Trainers/Assessors for this qualification must have a minimum of 5 years frontline

experience and must hold a UK Emergency Response Trainer certification and relevant

occupational certifications. For further details contact ProQual.

Assessors and internal quality assurance verifiers for competence-based units or

qualifications will need to hold appropriate assessor or verifier qualifications, such as:

  • ProQual Level 3 Certificate in Teaching, Training and Assessing
  • Award in Assessing Competence in the Work Environment
  • Award in Assessing Vocationally Related Achievement
  • Certificate in Assessing Vocational Achievement
  • Award in the Internal Quality Assurance of Assessment Processes and Practices
  • Certificate in Leading the Internal Quality Assurance of Assessment Processes and

Practices

Support for Candidates

Materials produced by centres to support candidates should:

  • enable them to track their achievements as they progress through the learning

outcomes and assessment criteria;

  • provide information on where ProQual’s policies and procedures can be viewed;
  • provide a means of enabling Internal and External Quality Assurance staff to

authenticate evidence

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Assessm ent

Candidates must demonstrate the level of knowledge and competence described in the unit.

Assessment is the process of measuring a candidate’s knowledge and understanding against

the standards set in the qualification.

Each candidate is required to produce evidence which demonstrates their achievement of all

of the learning outcomes and assessment criteria for each unit.

Evidence can include: – assignments/projects/reports

– portfolio of evidence

– practical demonstration/assignment

– record of oral and/or written questioning

Learning outcom es set out what a candidate is expected to know, understand or be able

to do.

Assessm ent criteria specify the standard a candidate must meet to show the learning

outcome has been achieved.

Learning outcomes and assessment criteria for this qualification can be found from page 12

onwards.

Internal Quality Assurance

An internal quality assurance verifier confirms that assessment decisions made in centres are

made by competent and qualified assessors, that they are the result of sound and fair

assessment practice and that they are recorded accurately and appropriately.

Adjustm ents to Assessm ent

Adjustments to standard assessment arrangements are made on the individual needs of

candidates. ProQual’s Reasonable Adjustments Policy and Special Consideration Policy

sets out the steps to follow when implementing reasonable adjustments and special

considerations and the service that ProQual provides for some of these arrangements.

Centres should contact ProQual for further information or queries about the contents of

the policy.

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Results Enquiries and Appeals

All enquiries relating to assessment or other decisions should be dealt with by centres, with

reference to ProQual’s Enquiries and Appeals Procedures.

Certification

Candidates who demonstrate achievement of the qualification will be awarded a certificate

listing the units achieved and a certificate giving the full qualification title and pathway name,

vehicle endorsements for the pathway will also be included:

ProQual Level 4 Diplom a UKERD Response Driver – Em ergency Response

Driver

ProQual Level 4 Diplom a UKERD Response Driver – Rapid Response Driver

ProQual Level 4 Diplom a UKERD Response Driver – Fire Appliance Response

Driver

ProQual Level 4 Diplom a UKERD Response Driver – Motorcycle Rapid

Response Rider

ProQual Level 4 Diplom a UKERD Response Driver – Tactical and Evasive

Driver

ProQual Level 4 Diplom a UKERD Response Driver – Tactical and Evasive

Response Driver

Claim ing certificates

Centres may claim certificates for candidates who have been registered with ProQual and

who have successfully achieved the requirements for a qualification. All certificates will be

issued to the centre for successful candidates.

Replacem ent certificates

If a replacement certificate is required a request must be made to ProQual in writing.

Replacement certificates are labelled as such and are only provided when the claim has been

authenticated. Refer to the Fee Schedule for details of charges for replacement certificates.

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Learning Outcom es and Assessm ent Criteria

Unit L/617/8183

Legislation, road traffic and behavioural aspects of driving theory

Learning Outcome – The learner

will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1 Be able to demonstrate a thorough

knowledge of the UK Highway Code

1.1 Recognise and interpret a range of UK road signs

1.2 Recognise and interpret a range of UK road

markings

1.3 Recognise and interpret a range of UK road

legislation

1.4 Interpret and implement driver requirements as

described in the Highway Code

2 Be able to demonstrate a thorough

knowledge of general driving/riding

theory

2.1 Evaluate and implement the system of vehicle

control

2.2 Analyse and evaluate theoretical safe distance

practices

2.3 Analyse and evaluate theoretical safe driving

practices

2.4 Analyse and evaluate theoretical safe observation

practices

2.5 Implement safe observation practices

3 Be able to demonstrate a thorough

knowledge of off road driving theory

3.1 Identify safe off road driving practices

3.2 Describe the dangers involved in off road driving

3.3 Describe best off road recovery methods

3.4 Analyse and evaluate best hill descent methods

3.5 Analyse and evaluate best rough ground driving

methods

3.6 Analyse and evaluate best deep water wading

methods

4 Be able to demonstrate a thorough

knowledge of the behavioural aspects of

driving psychology

4.1 Analyse and evaluate behavioural aspects of driving

4.2 Describe behavioural types

4.3 Implement driver psychology management

4.4 Implement driver environment management

4.5 Describe driver psychological risk factors

5 Be able to demonstrate a thorough

knowledge of high speed driving theory

5.1 Analyse and evaluate high speed vehicle dynamics

5.2 Analyse and evaluate high speed vehicle stability

5.3 Explain high speed cornering methodology

5.4 Explore high speed driving observational needs

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Learning Outcome – The learner

will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

5.5 Analyse and evaluate high speed driving

psychological impact

5.6 Analyse and evaluate high speed driving

environmental impacts

6 Be able to demonstrate a thorough

knowledge of current road traffic

legislation

6.1 Describe the various road traffic legislation

6.2 Analyse and evaluate impacts of road traffic

legislation on everyday driving

6.3 Analyse and evaluate impacts of road traffic

legislation on drivers

6.4 Analyse and evaluate impacts of road traffic

legislation on organisations

6.5 Describe legal requirements following road traffic

collisions

6.6 Interpret health and safety legislation

6.7 Identify current local bylaws

6.8 Explain the CAP642 airside safety management

procedures

6.9 Interpret the current Road Traffic Regulation Act

6.10 Interpret the current Traffic Signs and General

Directions Regulations

6.11 Interpret the current Motorway Traffic (England

and Wales) Regulations

6.12 Interpret the current Zebra, Pelican and Puffin

Pedestrian Crossing Regulations

7 Be able to demonstrate a thorough

knowledge of patient conveyance

7.1 Analyse and evaluate patient conveyance driving

7.2 Describe the importance of smooth conveyance

7.3 Understand the psychological effects of patient

conveyance as a driver

7.4 Analyse and evaluate the psychological effects of

patient conveyance as a patient

7.5 Outline the importance of safe patient conveyance

7.6 Analyse and evaluate effective decisions concerning

patient conveyance methods

8 Be able to demonstrate a thorough

understanding of local, organisational and

qualifications driving policies and

guidance

8.1 Interpret relevant organisational policies

8.2 State the organisational driving policy

8.3 Interpret qualification mandatory driver

regulations

8.4 Identify the standards of driving that are

acceptable within the organisation

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Learning Outcome – The learner

will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

8.5 Identify all organisational policies relating to driving

within the organisation

9 Be able to demonstrate a thorough

knowledge of current advanced driving

manuals

9.1 State the main principles of driving theory found in

current policing manuals

9.2 Identify the main legislation pertaining to advanced

and emergency response driving found in current

road traffic law manuals

9.3 State the main principles of driving theory found in

current ambulance driving manuals

9.4 State the main principles of behaviour and

psychological aspects of advanced and emergency

response driving theory found in current police

driving manuals

Assessment

There must be valid, authentic and sufficient for all the assessment criteria. However, one

piece of evidence may be used to meet the requirements of more than one learning

outcome or assessment criterion.

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Unit R/617/8184

Preparation and pre-drive checks

Learning Outcome – The

learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1 Understand the legal

requirements of pre-drive

vehicle inspection checks

1.1 Identify all pre-drive vehicle inspection legal requirements

1.2 Interpret all pre-drive personal legal requirements

1.3 Interpret all pre-drive organisational legal requirements

2 Understand pre-drive

psychology and preparation

2.1 Interpret driver psychology

2.2 Interpret pre-drive psychological pressures

2.3 Interpret the importance of health in pre-drive

preparation

2.4 Interpret environmental pressure management in predrive preparation

3 Understand the purpose and

legal implications of the use of

vehicle ancillary equipment

3.1 Interpret vehicle ancillary equipment and its purpose

3.2 Interpret legal implications surrounding vehicle ancillary

equipment use

4 Be able to conduct a pre-drive

vehicle inspection check

4.1 Demonstrate an effective pre-drive vehicle control

inspection

4.2 Complete a pre-drive inspection record

Assessment

There must be valid, authentic and sufficient for all the assessment criteria. However, one

piece of evidence may be used to meet the requirements of more than one learning

outcome or assessment criterion.

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Unit Y/617/8185

Advanced driving/riding

Learning Outcome – The learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1 Be able to apply the vehicle control

system

1.1 Analyse the environment and demonstrate the

correct interpretation of the system of vehicle

control

1.2 Analyse the environment and demonstrate the

effective implementation of the system of vehicle

control in:

  • urban areas
  • extra urban areas
  • rural areas
  • multi lane environments

during daylight and the hours of darkness and

justify the decisions made

2 Be able to use the vehicle gearbox

effectively

2.1 Analyse the environment and demonstrate the

effective use of gears in:

  • urban areas
  • extra urban areas
  • rural areas
  • multi lane environments

during daylight and the hours of darkness and

justify the decisions made

2.2 Demonstrate the correct gear box exercises

2.3 Demonstrate the proper use of gears for

maximum power band efficiency

3 Be able to implement acceleration sense 3.1 Analyse the environment and demonstrate the

effective implementation of acceleration sense in:

  • urban areas
  • extra urban areas
  • rural areas
  • multi lane environments

during daylight and the hours of darkness and

justify the decisions made

3.2 Analyse the environment and demonstrate the

effective implementation of acceleration sense to

maintain:

  • safety zones
  • power band efficiency

during daylight and the hours of darkness and

justify the decisions made

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Learning Outcome – The learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

4 Be able to use speed appropriately 4.1 Analyse the environment and demonstrate the

effective use of speed in:

  • urban areas
  • extra urban areas
  • rural areas
  • multi lane environments

during daylight and the hours of darkness and

justify the decisions made

4.2 Analyse the environment and demonstrate the

effective and appropriate use of speed to maintain:

  • safety zones
  • efficiency
  • power band efficiency

during daylight and the hours of darkness and

justify the decisions made

4.3 Explain the psychological effects of speed

5 Be able to observe and assess risk 5.1 Analyse the environment and implement an

effective observation and risk assessment in:

  • urban areas
  • extra urban areas
  • rural areas
  • multi lane environments

during daylight and the hours of darkness and

justify the decisions made

5.2 Analyse the environment and implement an

effective observation and risk assessment to

maintain:

  • safety zones
  • efficiency
  • power band efficiency

during daylight and the hours of darkness and

justify the decisions made

5.3 Explain the psychological effects of observation and

risk assessment

5.4 Detail the benefits of running commentary

5.5 Implement an effective running commentary

6 Be able to use good road positioning

techniques

6.1 Explain the need for good road positioning to

promote forward observation and safe cornering

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Learning Outcome – The learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

6.2 Analyse the environment and demonstrate the

correct use of road positioning in:

  • urban areas
  • extra urban areas
  • rural areas
  • multi lane environments

during daylight and the hours of darkness and

justify the decisions made

6.3 Analyse the environment and demonstrate the

correct road positioning to maintain:

  • safety zones
  • power band efficiency

during daylight and the hours of darkness and

justify the decisions made

6.4 Explain the psychological effects of proper road

positioning

7 Be able to use safe cornering techniques 7.1 Explain the need for safe and proper cornering

techniques

7.2 Analyse the environment and demonstrate the

correct cornering techniques in:

  • urban areas
  • extra urban areas
  • rural areas
  • multi lane environments

during daylight and the hours of darkness and

justify the decisions made

7.3 Analyse the environment and demonstrate the

correct cornering techniques to maintain:

  • safety zones
  • efficiency
  • power band efficiency

during daylight and the hours of darkness and

justify the decisions made

7.4 Explain the psychological benefits of proper

cornering techniques

7.5 Identify the observational benefits of proper

cornering techniques

8 Be able to use safe driving techniques

when using multi lane roads

8.1 Interpret the need for safe driving techniques using

multi lane roads

8.2 Analyse the environment and demonstrate the safe

use of multi lane roads during daylight and the

hours of darkness and justify the decisions made

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Learning Outcome – The learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

8.3 Analyse the environment and demonstrate the safe

use of multi lane road:

  • entry procedures
  • exit procedures
  • overtaking procedures

roads during daylight and the hours of darkness

and justify the decisions made

8.4 Analyse the environment and demonstrate the

appropriate safety zones on multi lane roads during

daylight and the hours of darkness and justify the

decisions made

8.5 Analyse the environment and demonstrate the safe

use of SMART multi lane roads during daylight and

the hours of darkness and justify the decisions

made

8.6 Analyse the environment and demonstrate the safe

and proper observational techniques on multi lane

roads during daylight and the hours of darkness

and justify the decisions made

8.7 Analyse the environment and demonstrate the

effective implementation of acceleration sense to

maintain efficiency on multi lane roads during

daylight and the hours of darkness and justify the

decisions made

8.8 Analyse the environment and demonstrate the safe

use of speed to maintain efficiency on multi lane

roads during daylight and the hours of darkness

and justify the decisions made

9 Be able to overtake safely 9.1 Identify safe and proper overtaking procedures

9.2 Analyse the environment and demonstrate the safe

and proper overtaking procedures on:

  • open highway areas
  • multi lane environments
  • urban areas

during daylight and the hours of darkness and

justify the decisions made

9.3 Analyse the environment and demonstrate the safe

and proper overtaking procedures at low speed

areas during daylight and the hours of darkness and

justify the decisions made

9.4 Explain the psychological effects of overtaking

manoeuvres

9.5 Demonstrate the ability for overtaking procedures

with complete autonomy

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Learning Outcome – The learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

10 Be able to use safe signal procedures 10.1 Identify the safe and proper use of signals

10.2 Analyse the environment and demonstrate the

signal procedures in:

  • urban areas
  • extra urban areas
  • rural areas
  • multi lane environments

during daylight and the hours of darkness and

justify the decisions made

10.3 Demonstrate the correct signal selection and use

with complete autonomy

11 Be able to follow safe vehicle

manoeuvring procedures

11.1 Explain safe manoeuvring procedures

11.2 Analyse the environment and demonstrate the safe

manoeuvring procedures during daylight and the

hours of darkness and justify the decisions made

11.3 Explain and demonstrate banksman procedures

Assessment

There must be valid, authentic and sufficient for all the assessment criteria. However, one

piece of evidence may be used to meet the requirements of more than one learning

outcome or assessment criterion.

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Unit H/617/8187

Skid recognition, prevention and control

Learning Outcome – The learner

will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1 Understand vehicle skid prevention

and recognition

1.1 Explain skid recognition, prevention and control

1.2 Analyse and demonstrate skid prevention techniques

2 Be able to control a front wheel skid 2.1 Evaluate a potential front wheel skid environment and

demonstrate skid prevention techniques

2.2 Recognise a front wheel skid

2.3 Demonstrate the effective control of a front wheel skid

2.4 Analyse a front wheel skid and control it with complete

autonomy

3 Be able to control a rear wheel skid 3.1 Evaluate a potential rear wheel skid environment and

demonstrate skid prevention techniques

3.2 Recognise a rear wheel skid

3.3 Demonstrate the effective control of a rear wheel skid

3.4 Analyse a rear wheel skid and control it with complete

autonomy

4 Be able to control a four wheel skid 4.1 Evaluate a potential four wheel skid environment and

demonstrate skid prevention techniques

4.2 Recognise a four wheel skid

4.3 Demonstrate the effective control of a four wheel skid

4.4 Analyse a four wheel skid and control it with complete

autonomy

Assessment

There must be valid, authentic and sufficient for all the assessment criteria. However, one

piece of evidence may be used to meet the requirements of more than one learning

outcome or assessment criterion.

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Unit M/617/8189

Theoretical application of em ergency response exem ptions under UK law

Learning Outcome – The learner

will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1 Understand emergency response

driver exemptions under UK law

1.1 Describe core emergency response exemptions under

UK law

1.2 Explain core emergency response exemption

application under UK law

1.3 Explain core emergency response exemption

application to urban environments

1.4 Explain core emergency response exemption

application to extra urban environments

1.5 Explain core emergency response exemption

application to open road environments

1.6 Explain core emergency response exemption

application to multi lane environments

Assessment

There must be valid, authentic and sufficient for all the assessment criteria. However, one

piece of evidence may be used to meet the requirements of more than one learning

outcome or assessment criterion.

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Unit M/617/8192

High speed em ergency response driving/riding

Learning Outcome – The learner

will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1 Be able to make effective decisions

when driving at high speed

1.1 Interpret the meaning and concept of high speed

driving

1.2 Interpret the psychological effects of high speed driving

1.3 Analyse and demonstrate restraint where appropriate

1.4 Analyse and demonstrate complete autonomy in

decision making whilst driving at high speed during

daylight and the hours of darkness and justify the

decisions made

1.5 Analyse and demonstrate an understanding of high

speed vehicle dynamics in:

  • urban areas
  • extra urban areas
  • open road environments
  • multi lane environments

during daylight and the hours of darkness and justify the

decisions made

2 Be able to implement the system of

vehicle control in when driving at

high speed

2.1 Analyse and demonstrate the correct interpretation of

the system of vehicle control in a high speed

environment

2.2 Analyse and demonstrate the effective implementation

of the system of vehicle control in:

  1. a) urban areas
  2. b) extra urban areas
  3. c) rural areas
  4. d) multi lane environments

during daylight and the hours of darkness and justify the

decisions made

3 Be able to use gears effectively when

driving at high speed

3.1 Analyse and demonstrate the appropriate use of gears

in:

  1. a) urban areas
  2. b) extra urban areas
  3. c) rural areas
  4. d) multi lane environments

during daylight and the hours of darkness and justify the

decisions made

3.2 Demonstrate proper gear box exercises

3.3 Demonstrate the effective use of gears for maximum

engine efficiency whilst driving at high speed

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Learning Outcome – The learner

will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

3.4 Demonstrate the effective use of gears for maximum

power band efficiency whilst driving at high speed

4 Be able to implement acceleration

sense when driving at high speed

4.1 Analyse and demonstrate the effective implementation

of acceleration sense in:

  • urban areas
  • extra urban areas
  • rural areas
  • multi lane environments

during daylight and the hours of darkness and justify the

decisions made

4.2 Analyse and demonstrate the effective implementation

of acceleration sense to maintain safety zones whilst

driving at high speed during daylight and the hours of

darkness and justify the decisions made

4.3 Demonstrate the use of acceleration sense to maintain

efficiency whilst driving at high speed

4.4 Demonstrate the use of acceleration sense to maintain

power band efficiency whilst driving at high speed

5 Be able to use speed appropriately

when driving at high speed

5.1 Analyse the environment and demonstrate the effective

and appropriate use of speed in:

  • urban areas
  • extra urban areas
  • rural areas
  • multi lane environments

during daylight and the hours of darkness and justify the

decisions made

5.2 Analyse the environment and demonstrate the effective

and appropriate use of speed to maintain:

  • safety zones
  • efficiency

during daylight and the hours of darkness and justify the

decisions made

5.3 Demonstrate appropriate use of speed to maintain

power band efficiency

5.4 Explain the psychological effects of driving at high speed

during daylight hours and the hours of darkness

6 Be able to observe and risk assess

when driving at high speed

6.1 Interpret observation and risk assessment needs whilst

driving at high speed during daylight and the hours of

darkness and justify the decisions made

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Learning Outcome – The learner

will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

6.2 Analyse and demonstrate observation and risk

assessment in:

  • urban areas
  • extra urban areas
  • rural areas
  • multi lane environments

during daylight and the hours of darkness and justify the

decisions made

6.3 Analyse and demonstrate observation and risk

assessment to maintain:

  • safety zones
  • efficiency
  • power band efficiency

during daylight and the hours of darkness and justify the

decisions made

6.4 Explain the psychological effects of observation and risk

assessment whilst driving at high speed during daylight

and the hours of darkness and justify the decisions

made

6.5 Detail the benefits of running commentary whilst

driving at high speed

7 Be able to use proper road

positioning when driving at high

speed

7.1 Explain the need for good road positioning to promote

forward observation and safe cornering whilst driving at

high speed

7.2 Analyse and demonstrate observation proper use of

road positioning in:

  • urban areas
  • extra urban areas
  • rural areas
  • multi lane environments

during daylight and the hours of darkness and justify the

decisions made

7.3 Analyse and demonstrate proper road positioning to

maintain:

  • safety zones
  • efficiency
  • power band efficiency

whilst driving at high speed during daylight and the

hours of darkness and justify the decisions made

7.4 Explain the psychological effects of proper road

positioning whilst driving at high speed during daylight

and the hours of darkness and justify the decisions

made

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Learning Outcome – The learner

will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

8 Be able to use proper cornering

techniques when driving at high

speed

8.1 Explain the need for safe and proper cornering

techniques whilst driving at high speed

8.2 Analyse and demonstrate observation proper cornering

techniques in:

  • urban areas
  • extra urban areas
  • rural areas
  • multi lane environments

when driving at high speed during daylight and the

hours of darkness and justify the decisions made

8.3 Analyse and demonstrate proper cornering techniques

to maintain:

  • safety zones
  • efficiency
  • power band efficiency

whilst driving at high speed during daylight and the

hours of darkness and justify the decisions made

8.4 Explain the psychological effects of proper cornering

techniques whilst driving at high speed during daylight

and the hours of darkness and justify the decisions

made

8.5 Explain the observational benefits of proper cornering

techniques whilst driving at high speed during daylight

and the hours of darkness

9 Be able to use safe techniques when

driving on multi lane roads at high

speed

9.1 Interpret the need for safe driving techniques using

multi lane roads whilst driving at high speed

9.2 Analyse and demonstrate the safe use of multi lane

roads whilst driving at high speed during daylight and

the hours of darkness and justify the decisions made

9.3 Analyse and demonstrate safe multi lane entry

procedures whilst driving at high speed during daylight

and the hours of darkness and justify the decisions

made

9.4 Analyse and demonstrate safe multi lane exit

procedures whilst driving at high speed during daylight

and the hours of darkness and justify the decisions

made

9.5 Analyse and demonstrate safe multi lane overtaking

procedures whilst driving at high speed during daylight

and the hours of darkness and justify the decisions

made

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Learning Outcome – The learner

will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

9.6 Analyse and demonstrate appropriate safety zones on

multi lane roads whilst driving at high speed during

daylight and the hours of darkness and justify the

decisions made

9.7 Analyse and demonstrate safe use of SMART multi lane

roads whilst driving at high speed during daylight and

the hours of darkness and justify the decisions made

9.8 Analyse and demonstrate safe and proper observational

techniques on multi lane roads whilst driving at high

speed during daylight and the hours of darkness and

justify the decisions made

9.9 Analyse and demonstrate the effective implementation

of acceleration sense to maintain efficiency on multi

lane roads whilst driving at high speed during daylight

and the hours of darkness and justify the decisions

made

9.10 Analyse and demonstrate appropriate use of speed to

maintain efficiency on multi lane roads whilst driving at

high speed during daylight and the hours of darkness

and justify the decisions made

10 Be able to use safe overtaking

techniques when driving at high

speed

10.1 Identify safe and proper overtaking procedures whilst

driving at speed

10.2 Analyse and demonstrate safe and proper overtaking

procedures on

  • open highway
  • multi lane environments
  • urban areas

whilst driving at high speed during daylight and the

hours of darkness and justify the decisions made

10.3 Analyse and demonstrate safe and proper overtaking

procedures at low speed following high speed use

10.4 Explain the psychological effects of overtaking

manoeuvres whilst driving at high speed

10.5 Demonstrate the ability for overtaking procedures with

complete autonomy whilst driving at high speed during

daylight and the hours of darkness and justify the

decisions made

11 Be able to use signal procedures

when driving at high speed

11.1 Identify the safe and proper use of signals whilst driving

at high speed

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Learning Outcome – The learner

will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

11.2 Analyse and demonstrate signal procedures in:

  • urban areas
  • extra urban areas
  • rural areas
  • multi lane environments

when driving at high speed during daylight and the

hours of darkness and justify the decisions made

11.3 Demonstrate proper signal selection and use with

complete autonomy whilst driving at high speed during

daylight and the hours of darkness and justify the

decisions made

Assessment

There must be valid, authentic and sufficient for all the assessment criteria. However, one

piece of evidence may be used to meet the requirements of more than one learning

outcome or assessment criterion.

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Unit A/617/8194

Advanced high speed em ergency response driving/riding

Learning Outcome – The learner

will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1 Be able to use advanced high speed

vehicle techniques

1.1 Interpret advanced high speed vehicle dynamics

1.2 Analyse the environment and demonstrate the safe and

correct advanced high speed:

  • cornering techniques
  • hazard avoidance techniques
  • braking techniques
  • handling techniques

whilst driving at high speed during daylight and the

hours of darkness and justify the decisions made

2 Be able to use advanced high speed

observation techniques

2.1 Interpret advanced high speed driver observation

techniques

2.2 Analyse the environment and demonstrate the safe and

correct advanced high speed driver observation

techniques whilst driving at high speed during daylight

and the hours of darkness and justify the decisions

made

2.3 Analyse the environment and demonstrate the safe and

correct advanced high speed driver running

commentary techniques whilst driving at high speed

during daylight and the hours of darkness and justify

the decisions made

2.4 Explain the benefits of high speed driver running

techniques

3 Understand the psychological impacts

on drivers of advanced high speed

driving

3.1 Interpret the psychological impact on drivers of

advanced high speed driving

3.2 Demonstrate an understanding of the psychological

impacts of advanced high speed driving

4 Be able to apply the system of vehicle

control when driving at high speed

4.1 Analyse the environment and demonstrate the safe and

correct application of the system of vehicle control

when driving at high speed during daylight and the

hours of darkness and justify the decisions made

4.2 Explain the importance of the system of control when

driving at high speed

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Assessment

There must be valid, authentic and sufficient for all the assessment criteria. However, one

piece of evidence may be used to meet the requirements of more than one learning

outcome or assessment criterion.

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Unit L/617/8197

Application of em ergency response driver/rider exem ptions under UK law

Learning Outcome – The learner

will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1 Understand the practical

implementation of emergency

response driver exemptions

1.1 Describe the psychological impact of emergency

response exemption implementation

1.2 Analyse the environment and demonstrate

appropriate emergency response:

  • specific techniques
  • hold off techniques
  • filter techniques
  • audible warning techniques
  • hard shoulder techniques
  • SMART motorway techniques
  • multi lane environment techniques
  • urban area techniques
  • extra urban area techniques
  • open road techniques
  • fend off techniques

with complete autonomy

1.3 Analyse the environment and demonstrate safe and

correct techniques for:

  • audible warning system failure
  • visual warning systems failure

with complete autonomy

2 Be able to claim emergency response

driver exemptions for the use of the

vehicle control system

2.1 Analyse and demonstrate the correct interpretation

of the system of vehicle control claiming

exemptions

2.2 Analyse the environment and demonstrate the

effective use of the system of vehicle control in:

  • urban areas
  • extra urban areas
  • rural areas
  • multi lane environments

claiming exemptions during daylight and the hours

of darkness and justify the decisions made

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Learning Outcome – The learner

will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

3 Be able to claim emergency response

driver exemptions for the use of gears

3.1 Analyse the environment and demonstrate the

effective implementation of the correct use of gears

in:

  • urban areas
  • extra urban areas
  • rural areas
  • multi lane environments

claiming exemptions during daylight and the hours

of darkness and justify the decisions made

3.2 Demonstrate proper gear box exercises

3.3 Demonstrate the proper use of gears for maximum:

  • engine efficiency
  • power band efficiency

claiming exemptions during daylight and the hours

of darkness and justify the decisions made

4 Be able to claim emergency response

driver exemptions for the use of

acceleration sense

4.1 Analyse the environment and demonstrate the

effective implementation of acceleration sense in:

  • urban areas
  • extra urban areas
  • rural areas
  • multi lane environments

claiming exemptions during daylight and the hours

of darkness and justify the decisions made

4.2 Analyse and demonstrate the use of acceleration

sense to maintain:

  • safety zones
  • efficiency
  • power ban efficiency

claiming exemptions during daylight and the hours

of darkness and justify the decisions made

5 Be able to claim emergency response

driver exemptions for the use of speed

5.1 Analyse the environment and demonstrate the

effective and appropriate use of speed:

  • urban areas
  • extra urban areas
  • rural areas
  • multi lane environments

claiming exemptions during daylight and the hours

of darkness and justify the decisions made

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Learning Outcome – The learner

will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

5.2 Analyse and demonstrate the effective and

appropriate use of speed to maintain:

  • safety zones
  • efficiency
  • power ban efficiency

claiming exemptions during daylight and the hours

of darkness and justify the decisions made

5.3 Explain the psychological effects of speed claiming

exemptions during daylight and the hours of

darkness and justify the decisions made

6 Be able to observe and risk assess

when emergency response driving at

speed

6.1 Interpret observation and risk assessment needs at

speed whilst claiming exemptions during daylight

and the hours of darkness

6.2 Analyse the environment and implement an

effective observation and risk assessment in:

  • urban areas
  • extra urban areas
  • rural areas
  • multi lane environments

at speed claiming exemptions during daylight and

the hours of darkness and justify the decisions made

6.3 Analyse the environment and implement an

effective observation and risk assessment to

maintain:

  • safety zones
  • efficiency
  • power ban efficiency

at speed claiming exemptions during daylight and

the hours of darkness and justify the decisions made

6.4 Explain the psychological effects of observation and

risk assessment claiming exemptions during daylight

and the hours of darkness

6.5 Detail the benefits of running commentary when

claiming exemptions

7 Be able to claim emergency response

exemptions for road positioning

7.1 Explain the need for good road positioning to

promote forward observation and safe cornering

claiming exemptions during daylight and the hours

of darkness and justify the decisions made

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Learning Outcome – The learner

will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

7.2 Analyse the environment and demonstrate the

correct use of road positioning in:

  • urban areas
  • extra urban areas
  • rural areas
  • multi lane environments

claiming exemptions during daylight and the hours

of darkness and justify the decisions made

7.3 Analyse the environment and demonstrate the

correct use of road positioning to maintain:

  • safety zones
  • efficiency
  • power ban efficiency

claiming exemptions during daylight and the hours

of darkness and justify the decisions made

7.4 Explain the psychological effects of proper road

positioning claiming exemptions during daylight and

the hours of darkness

8 Be able to claim emergency response

exemptions for the use of cornering

techniques

8.1 Explain the need for safe and proper cornering

techniques claiming exemptions during daylight and

the hours of darkness and justify the decisions made

8.2 Analyse the environment and demonstrate the

correct use of cornering techniques in:

  • urban areas
  • extra urban areas
  • rural areas
  • multi lane environments

claiming exemptions during daylight and the hours

of darkness and justify the decisions made

8.3 Analyse the environment and demonstrate the

correct use of cornering techniques to maintain:

  • safety zones
  • efficiency
  • power ban efficiency

claiming exemptions during daylight and the hours

of darkness and justify the decisions made

8.4 Explain the psychological benefits of proper

cornering techniques claiming exemptions during

daylight and the hours of darkness

8.5 Identify the observational benefits of proper

cornering techniques claiming exemptions during

daylight and the hours of darkness

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Learning Outcome – The learner

will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

9 Be able to claim emergency response

exemptions for the use of multi lane

roads

9.1 Explain the need for safe driving techniques using

multi lane roads claiming exemptions during daylight

and the hours of darkness and justify the decisions

made

9.2 Analyse the environment and demonstrate the safe

use of multi lane roads claiming exemptions during

daylight and the hours of darkness and justify the

decisions made

9.3 Analyse the environment and demonstrate safe

multi lane entry procedures claiming exemptions

during daylight and the hours of darkness and justify

the decisions made

9.4 Analyse the environment and demonstrate safe

multi lane exit procedures claiming exemptions

during daylight and the hours of darkness and justify

the decisions made

9.5 Analyse the environment and demonstrate safe

multi lane overtaking procedures claiming

exemptions during daylight and the hours of

darkness and justify the decisions made

9.6 Analyse the environment and demonstrate

appropriate safety zones on multi lane roads

claiming exemptions during daylight and the hours

of darkness and justify the decisions made

9.7 Analyse the environment and demonstrate the safe

use of SMART multi lane roads claiming exemptions

during daylight and the hours of darkness and justify

the decisions made

9.8 Analyse the environment and demonstrate safe and

proper observational techniques on multi lane

roads claiming exemptions during daylight and the

hours of darkness and justify the decisions made

9.9 Analyse the environment and demonstrate the

effective implementation of acceleration sense to

maintain efficiency on multi lane roads claiming

exemptions during daylight and the hours of

darkness and justify the decisions made

9.10 Analyse the environment and demonstrate the

appropriate use of speed to maintain efficiency on

multi lane roads claiming exemptions during daylight

and the hours of darkness and justify the decisions

made

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Learning Outcome – The learner

will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

10 Be able to claim emergency response

driver exemptions for overtaking

procedures

10.1 Identify safe and proper overtaking procedures

claiming exemptions during daylight and the hours

of darkness and justify the decisions made

10.2 Analyse the environment and demonstrate the safe

and correct overtaking procedures on:

  • open highway
  • multi lane environments

claiming exemptions during daylight and the hours

of darkness and justify the decisions made

10.3 Analyse the environment and demonstrate the safe

and correct overtaking procedures in urban areas

claiming exemptions during daylight and the hours

of darkness and justify the decisions made

10.4 Analyse the environment and demonstrate the safe

and correct overtaking procedures at low speed

following high speed use claiming exemptions during

daylight and the hours of darkness and justify the

decisions made

10.5 Explain the psychological effects of overtaking

manoeuvres claiming exemptions during daylight

and the hours of darkness

10.6 Demonstrate the ability for overtaking procedures

with complete autonomy at speed, claiming

exemptions during daylight and the hours of

darkness and justify the decisions made

11 Be able to claim emergency response

driver exemptions for signal

procedures

11.1 Identify the safe and proper use of signals claiming

exemptions during daylight and the hours of

darkness

11.2 Analyse the environment and demonstrate the safe

and correct signal procedures in:

  • urban areas
  • extra urban areas
  • rural areas
  • multi lane environments

claiming exemptions during daylight and the hours

of darkness and justify the decisions made

11.3 Demonstrate the ability to select the correct signal

with complete autonomy claiming exemptions

during daylight and the hours of darkness and justify

the decisions made

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Assessment

There must be valid, authentic and sufficient for all the assessment criteria. However, one

piece of evidence may be used to meet the requirements of more than one learning

outcome or assessment criterion.

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Unit Y/617/8199

Em ergency response m otorcycle handling

Learning Outcome – The learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1 Be able to handle a motorcycle in low

and high speed environments

1.1 Describe motorcycle handling characteristics

1.2 Demonstrate safe and correct motorcycle handling

skills in a low speed environment

1.3 Demonstrate fallen motorcycle recovery methods

1.4 Analyse the environment and demonstrate safe and

correct methods of high speed motorcycle

handling

2 Be able to use advanced motorcycle

observation skills

2.1 Describe advanced motorcycle observation skills

2.2 Describe the psychological impact of advanced

motorcycle observation skills

2.3 Analyse the environment and demonstrate the

efficient use of advanced motorcycle observation

skills during daylight and the hours of darkness and

justify the decisions made

Assessment

There must be valid, authentic and sufficient for all the assessment criteria. However, one

piece of evidence may be used to meet the requirements of more than one learning

outcome or assessment criterion.

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Unit J/617/8200

Airport procedures for em ergency response driving/riding

Learning Outcome – The learner

will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1 Be able to use airport driving

procedures

1.1 Describe airport driving procedures

1.2 Demonstrate the correct use of hold zones

1.3 Demonstrate the correct procedures for live runways

1.4 Demonstrate the correct procedures for live panway

2 Be able to use airport radio

procedures

2.1 Describe airport radio procedures

2.2 Demonstrate the correct use of airport radio procedures

Assessment

There must be valid, authentic and sufficient for all the assessment criteria. However, one

piece of evidence may be used to meet the requirements of more than one learning

outcome or assessment criterion.

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Unit L/617/8202

Off-road em ergency response driving

Learning Outcome – The learner

will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1 Be able to drive safely off road 1.1 Identify safe off road practices

1.2 Analyse the environment and demonstrate safe off road

practices with complete autonomy

1.3 Describe off road vehicle safety features

1.4 Demonstrate off road vehicle safety features with

complete autonomy

1.5 Describe terrain surveillance

1.6 Demonstrate the effective use of terrain surveillance

with complete autonomy

1.7 Describe off road vehicle safety procedures

1.8 Analyse the environment and demonstrate off road

vehicle safety procedures with complete autonomy

2 Understand the dangers involved in

off road driving

2.1 Describe the dangers involved in off road driving

practices

2.2 Describe the dangers involved in reduced ground

clearance

2.3 Describe the dangers of traversing:

  • inclined terrain
  • flood waters
  • rocky terrain
  • boggy terrain
  • loose terrain

3 Be able to traverse inclined terrain 3.1 Analyse the environment and demonstrate best hill:

  • ascent methods
  • descent methods
  • horizontal inclines

with complete autonomy

4 Be able to drive on rough ground 4.1 Analyse the environment and demonstrate:

  • rough ground
  • boggy ground
  • best loose ground

driving methods with complete autonomy

5 Be able to wade in deep water 5.1 Describe best deep water wading methods

5.2 Analyse the environment and demonstrate best deep

water wading methods with complete autonomy

5.3 Describe flood water ingress engine fail risk management

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Learning Outcome – The learner

will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

5.4 Analyse the environment and demonstrate flood water

ingress engine fail risk management with complete

autonomy

5.5 Describe flood water access and egress methods

5.6 Analyse the environment and demonstrate flood water

access and egress methods with complete autonomy

6 Be able to use off road recovery

methods

6.1 Describe best off road recovery methods

6.2 Analyse the environment and demonstrate best off road

recovery methods with complete autonomy

7 Be able to safety inspect post off road

vehicles

7.1 Describe post off road vehicle safety inspections

7.2 Analyse the environment and demonstrate post off road

vehicle safety inspections

Assessment

There must be valid, authentic and sufficient for all the assessment criteria. However, one

piece of evidence may be used to meet the requirements of more than one learning

outcome or assessment criterion.

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Unit R/617/8203

Tactical and evasive em ergency response driving

Learning Outcome – The learner

will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1 Be able to implement the system of

vehicle control while using anti

surveillance skills

1.1 Analyse the environment and demonstrate the correct

interpretation of the system of vehicle control whilst

using anti surveillance skills

1.2 Analyse the environment and demonstrate the effective

implementation of the system of vehicle control in:

  • urban areas
  • extra urban areas
  • rural areas
  • multi lane environments

during daylight and the hours of darkness whilst using

anti surveillance skills and justify the decisions made

2 Be able to use the gear box when

using anti surveillance skills

2.1 Analyse the environment and demonstrate the effective

implementation of the correct use of gears in:

  • urban areas
  • extra urban areas
  • rural areas
  • multi lane environments

during daylight and the hours of darkness whilst using

anti surveillance skills and justify the decisions made

2.2 Demonstrate the correct gear box exercises

2.3 Demonstrate the proper use of gears for maximum

engine efficiency

2.4 Demonstrate the proper use of gears for maximum

power band efficiency

3 Be able to implement acceleration

sense when using anti surveillance

skills

3.1 Analyse the environment and demonstrate the effective

implementation of acceleration sense in:

  • urban areas
  • extra urban areas
  • rural areas
  • multi lane environments

during daylight and the hours of darkness whilst using

anti surveillance skills and justify the decisions made

3.2 Analyse the environment and demonstrate the effective

implementation of acceleration sense to maintain

  • safety zones
  • efficiency
  • power band efficiency

during daylight and the hours of darkness and justify the

decisions made

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Learning Outcome – The learner

will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

4 Be able to use speed effectively

when using anti surveillance skills

4.1 Analyse the environment and demonstrate the effective

and appropriate use of speed in:

  • urban areas
  • extra urban areas
  • rural areas
  • multi lane environments

during daylight and the hours of darkness whilst using

anti surveillance skills and justify the decisions made

4.2 Analyse the environment and demonstrate the effective

and appropriate use of speed to maintain:

  • safety zones
  • efficiency
  • power band efficiency

during daylight and the hours of darkness whilst using

anti surveillance skills and justify the decisions made

4.3 Explain the psychological effects of speed

5 Be able to implement an

observation and risk assessment

when using anti surveillance skills

5.1 Interpret observation and risk assessment needs

5.2 Analyse the environment and implement an effective

observation and risk assessment in:

  • urban areas
  • extra urban areas
  • rural areas
  • multi lane environments

during daylight and the hours of darkness whilst using

anti surveillance skills and justify the decisions made

5.3 Analyse the environment and implement an effective

observation and risk assessment to maintain:

  • safety zones
  • efficiency
  • power band efficiency

during daylight and the hours of darkness whilst using

anti surveillance skills and justify the decisions made

5.4 Explain the psychological effects of observation and risk

assessment

5.5 Detail the benefits of running commentary

5.6 Implement an effective running commentary

6 Be able to use road positioning

when using anti surveillance skills

6.1 Explain the need for good road positioning to promote

forward observation and safe cornering

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Learning Outcome – The learner

will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

6.2 Analyse the environment and demonstrate the correct

use of road positioning in:

  • urban areas
  • extra urban areas
  • rural areas
  • multi lane environments

during daylight and the hours of darkness whilst using

anti surveillance skills and justify the decisions made

6.3 Analyse the environment and demonstrate the correct

road positioning to maintain:

  • safety zones
  • efficiency
  • power band efficiency

during daylight and the hours of darkness whilst using

anti surveillance skills and justify the decisions made

6.4 Explain the psychological effects of proper road

positioning

7 Be able to use the correct

cornering techniques when using

anti surveillance skills

7.1 Explain the need for safe and proper cornering

techniques

7.2 Analyse the environment and demonstrate the correct

cornering techniques in:

  • urban areas
  • extra urban areas
  • rural areas
  • multi lane environments

during daylight and the hours of darkness whilst using

anti surveillance skills and justify the decisions made

7.3 Analyse the environment and demonstrate the correct

cornering techniques to maintain:

  • safety zones
  • efficiency
  • power band efficiency

during daylight and the hours of darkness whilst using

anti surveillance skills and justify the decisions made

7.4 Explain the psychological benefits of proper cornering

techniques

7.5 Identify the observational benefits of proper cornering

techniques

8 Be able to use safe driving

techniques on multi lane roads

when using anti surveillance skills

8.1 Interpret the need for safe driving techniques using multi

land roads

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Learning Outcome – The learner

will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

8.2 Analyse the environment and demonstrate the safe use

of multi lane roads during daylight and the hours of

darkness whilst using anti surveillance skills and justify

the decisions made

8.3 Analyse the environment and demonstrate the safe use

of multi lane entry procedures during daylight and the

hours of darkness whilst using anti surveillance skills and

justify the decisions made

8.4 Analyse the environment and demonstrate the safe use

of multi lane exit procedures during daylight and the

hours of darkness whilst using anti surveillance skills and

justify the decisions made

8.5 Analyse the environment and demonstrate the safe use

of multi lane overtaking procedures during daylight and

the hours of darkness whilst using anti surveillance skills

and justify the decisions made

8.6 Analyse the environment and demonstrate the

appropriate safety zones on multi lane entry roads

during daylight and the hours of darkness whilst using

anti surveillance skills and justify the decisions made

8.7 Analyse the environment and demonstrate the safe use

of SMART multi lane roads during daylight and the hours

of darkness whilst using anti surveillance skills and justify

the decisions made

8.8 Analyse the environment and demonstrate safe and

proper observational techniques on multi lane roads

during daylight and the hours of darkness whilst using

anti surveillance skills and justify the decisions made

8.9 Analyse the environment and demonstrate the effective

implementation of acceleration sense to maintain

efficiency on multi lane roads during daylight and the

hours of darkness whilst using anti surveillance skills and

justify the decisions made

8.10 Analyse the environment and demonstrate the

appropriate use of speed to maintain efficiency on multi

lane entry roads during daylight and the hours of

darkness whilst using anti surveillance skills and justify

the decisions made

9 Be able to use overtaking

procedures when using anti

surveillance skills

9.1 Identify safe and proper overtaking procedures

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Learning Outcome – The learner

will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

9.2 Analyse the environment and demonstrate the safe and

proper overtaking procedures on:

  • open highway areas
  • multi lane environments
  • urban areas
  • low speed areas

during daylight and the hours of darkness whilst using

anti surveillance skills and justify the decisions made

9.3 Explain the psychological effects of overtaking

manoeuvres

9.4 Demonstrate the ability for overtaking procedures with

complete autonomy

10 Be able to use signal procedures

when using anti surveillance skills

10.1 Identify the safe and proper use of signals

10.2 Analyse the environment and demonstrate signal

procedures in:

  • urban areas
  • extra urban areas
  • rural areas
  • multi lane environments

during daylight and the hours of darkness whilst using

anti surveillance skills and justify the decisions made

10.3 Demonstrate the correct signal selection and use with

complete autonomy

11 Be able to use safe manoeuvring

procedures when using anti

surveillance skills

11.1 Explain safe manoeuvring procedures

11.2 Analyse the environment and demonstrate safe

manoeuvring procedures during daylight and the hours

of darkness whilst using anti surveillance skills and justify

the decisions made

11.3 Explain and demonstrate banksman procedures

12 Be able to use tactical and evasive

vehicle manoeuvres when using anti

surveillance skills

12.1 Identify tactical and evasive manoeuvres

12.2 Explain and demonstrate:

  • J turns
  • Y turns
  • Slalom manoeuvres
  • front view blind J turns
  • front view blind Y turns
  • front view blind slalom manoeuvres
  • rear view blind J turns
  • rear view blind Y turns
  • rear view blind slalom manoeuvres
  • reverse gear slalom manoeuvres
  • rear view blind reverse gear slalom manoeuvres
  • front view blind reverse gear slalom manoeuvres

 

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