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Ag Training is a Toowoomba based Registered Training Organization (RTO) committed to providing safe, practical and quality assured training for the Agricultural and Loadshifting industries. Established in April 2005, our company has grown to become one of the leading machinery trainers in Australia.
Our team of experienced & accredited trainers can tailor a training package to suit your needs, whether your a solo operator looking to gain recognized qualifications or an organization seeking to ensure employee operators competency.
For any questions or enquiries you may have you can either call our office during business hours or use our Enquiry Form to contact us for more detailed information.
Ag Training is proud to offer a range of course packages designed to help participants gain Certificate II & Certificate III qualifications relating to the agricultural industry.
We also offer training packages for the loadshifting industry including forklifts, excavators, rollers and other heavy machinery.
You can learn more by checking out our training courses from the menu at the top of our website.
Great opportunity to learn new skills
Ag Training, in a joint venture with Australian government departments, is currently offering the opportunity for part-funding of training on Excavators and Graders. Upon completion of the course an interview will be arranged, with a possible pathway into the mining industry.
Call us now onto learn more about this exciting opportunity and to see if you could be eligible.
Forklift licensing changes for Rural Operators
Recent changes to forklift licensing in the rural industry may affect your workplace and operations. Workplace Health and Safety Queensland have released a factsheet to help explain the new changes and requirement. A copy of the factsheet is available here to explain the new changes and can be viewed with Adobe Acrobat Reader or you can visit the Workplace Health & Safety Queensland website to learn more.
Ag Training featured in Mt. Isa 'The North West Star' article
Mt. Isa newspaper 'The North West Star' has featured a recent article mentioning our involvement in training programs aimed to help trainee's seeking a career in the civil construction and mining industry's.
Our recent involvement with aborignal organizations to provide workplace ready training has gained mention in a recent article of the Toowoomba Chronicle newspaper.
"Closing the Gap" Initiative funded by DEEWR (Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations).
"They've looked after the land for centuries, now an indeigenous mob from south-west Queensland are putting themselves through training to make sure they are part of its future"
"I never dreamed of doing something like this" .... "I was really quite surprised at how well I picked it up".
A short video showing some of our construction machinery trainee's at our training property.