Frequently Asked Questions

General Frequently asked Questions

Below are some frequently asked questions in the different training sectors.

“Can I do the training in the workplace?”

  • In summary, Yes, you can go onto a log book and accrue practical hours under supervision of an experienced operator.

“Can I get my front end loader ticket on a tractor with a bucket?”

  • In this case, No it is not a articulated loader

“Can I give a letter of proof of experience?”

  • Yes

“Can I use my machinery ticket in other states of Australia?”

  • Above all, our units of competencies of our machinery tickets are nationally recognised

“Is a backhoe also a front end loader?”

  • In short, no it is a tractor with attachments

“Old heavy machinery licenses that were issued by OHS are they still able to be used?”

  • In brief, no they can be RPL (Recognition of Prior Learning) into RII Civil Construction or AHC Agriculture

“Should I do a course?”

  • In conclusion, inexperience participants are advised to do a course with Ag Training

“Where can I do weed & seed training?”]

  • In the first place, we undertake this training, It is a unit of competency under the training package AHC30116 Certificate III in Agriculture. The unit is AHCBIO201 Inspect & clean machinery for plant, animal and soil material.

Agricultural Machinery Questions

“Can I do the training in the workplace?”

  • Generally, yes, you can go onto a log book and accrue practical hours under supervision of an experienced operator.

“Can I give a letter of proof of experience?”

  • Yes

“Can I use my machinery ticket in other states of Australia?”

  • Accordingly, our units of competencies of our machinery tickets are nationally recognised

“Do Forklift operators on rural property have to have a licence?”

  • In this case, yes

“What’s a third party report for weed and seed for vehicles?”

  • Here, it is an inspection report from an independent inspector

“Where do I get the weed hygiene declaration forms from?”

  • Namely, you can download the forms from Queensland government office, daff.gov.au (department of agriculture, fisheries and forestry)

Forklift Frequently Asked Questions

“Can I do the training in the workplace?”

  • However, yes, you can go onto a log book and accrue practical hours under supervision of an experienced operator.

“How many questions are there in the forklift assessments?”

  • In summary, there are 58 written questions and 8 calculation questions in the Forklift assessment

“Is the forklift assessments multiple choice answers?”

  • Finally, no, answers must be written in your own hand writing

“What am I required to do in my practical (performance) forklift assessment?”

  • In this case, must advise the Assessor of hazards, do visual inspection, conduct a pre-start, conduct a function check, move loads in and out of a confined space or drive through a shekane, place loads into pallet racking and when completed conduct a post operation check on the forklift.

“Why is the Forklift written assessment a closed book?”]

  • WHS regulations

Our practical forklift training is held at Bay city Forklift in Toowoomba

Industrial Machinery Questions

“Can I do the training in the workplace?”

  • Yes, you can go onto a log book and accrue practical hours under supervision of an experienced operator.

“Can I give a letter of proof of experience?”

  • Yes

“Can I use my machinery ticket in other states of Australia?”

  • Our units of competencies of our machinery tickets are nationally recognised

“How do I go about getting my Front-end Loader ticket? ”

  • We can do an RPL with a letter of proof of experience on a company letterhead. Then undertake a challenge test, which consist of open book written assessment and a practical assessment.

“Should I do a course?”]

  • Inexperience participants are advised to do a course with Ag Training

“What is the best way to get a load shifting ticket?”

  • Depends on your experience on the machine you want

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