Ag Training is a Toowoomba based Registered Training Organization (RTO) committed to providing safe, practical and quality assured training for the Agricultural and Civil Construction industries. Established in April 2005, our company has grown to become one of the leading machinery training providers in Australia. Read more

We offer courses in the following areas:

Agricultural Ticket & Training

Civic Construction Ticket Training

& Forklift Licence training

Training for Individuals

For individuals who are starting out in the industry or for those in the industry needing a skill refresher. Ag Training runs regular ticket & training courses in Toowoomba as well as offer rolling enrolment into our certificate programs through out the year.

Training for businesses & organisations

Ag Training’s team of experienced & qualified trainers and assessors can tailor a training package to suit your specific needs to ensure your employees are safe and competent operators.

How we can help?

You will notice the difference with Ag TRAINING by –

  • FLEXABLE TRAINING to ensure we meet and solve any problems for you in regards to time issues.
  • We are here to help you obtain a qualification which improve your life style.


  • TRAINERS that WOW the participants with knowledge and practical experience – not a 5 minute WONDER.


  • HONEST PRICING which will not rip you off to gain a qualification.

Phone: 07 4634 6887 or Email
The machinery that Ag Training trains in are: Forklift (LF), Front end loaders (LL), excavators (LE), Skid Steers (Bobcat) (LS), roller (LR), grader (LG), dozer (LZ), backhoe (LB), tractors.

Mission Statement

Ag Training will train people honestly and with integrity to become professional competent machinery operators. In a safe and vocational manner at a reasonable cost, at what ever location, for industries to gain increase productivity and reduced accidents.
Ag TRAINING is a registered training organisation (RTO) number 31304 and has been in business since 2005. During this period, we have LEARNT to ADJUST and change courses to fit CLIMATE and the ENVIROMENT, which is required by, you and BUSINESS.

Why train with us?

Not only does one the elements to contend with, but each day there’s the danger of being hurt or even killed when working with machinery. Tractors are usually quite safe when handled properly, but dangerous if operated incorrectly. Each year many people are unnecessarily killed or injured because of tractor accidents.

You may think that most accidents are caused by driver incompetence, stupidity, ignorance of correct procedures, or just plain carelessness.However, that the major causes are tractors rolling or tipping over.

It’s interesting to note that tractors not only roll over sideways but also backwards when travelling over steep and hilly countryside. A study has shown that more than half of the accidents happen on flat or slightly sloping terrain.

Without roll-over protection and seatbelts, drivers and passengers stand little chance of escaping without being injured or killed.

A study of tractor accidents found that nearly three out of four of the deaths were caused by tractors overturning. A further one in every five died from falling off tractors.

Some of these accidents children were driving; others were passengers or were riding on a trailer. It’s actually against the law to allow a person to ride as a passenger on a tractor, unless each passenger is provided with:

  • A seat of adequate strength, either fitted with a backrest or so shaped as to prevent the passenger slipping from the seat, and
  • Adequate and convenient footrests and hand holds for the passenger.

A brief overview…

  • Around 60-70% of accidents on farms involve tractors.
  • More than half the accidents happen on flat or slightly sloping terrain.
  • Most of those lives would have been saved if roll-over protection had been fitted.
  • Nearly one in every six of those killed were children.
  • Farm-related injury deaths cost the Australian economy $651 million (2008 dollars) in the four years from 2001–2004.
  • Around 90 persons die from non-intentional injury on Australian farms each year.Correct training in Machinery Operations and OH&S procedures will reduce these statistic considerably.

Student Resources

Download the Ag Training Student Handbook

Or for current students, download the Machinery Prestart Checklists.

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