Please refer to dates above for courses on the Sunshine Coast.
For Bray Park, Brisbane location the course is scheduled 11 May, 01 & 22 June 2018
A standard course includes pre-course assignments and 1-day face to face of training and assessment.
ACDC - Agricultural Chemicals Distribution Control includes the theoretical and practical components of three (3) units of competency chosen by the Department of Primary industries to meet skills and knowledge required to be able to apply to hold an ACDC unrestricted Licence.
This course consists of three (3) units of competency that make up the skill group that includes;
the skills and knowledge to identify and apply and reporting control weeds methods;
hazard and risk management;
prepare, apply and safely use chemicals;
and spray plans;
transportation, chemical management and storage.
Students will be required to complete the course using the English language, both spoken and written. Students who are wishing to seek an ACDC license must have sufficient LL&N skills to read and comprehend chemical labels/MSDS in order to gain adequate knowledge of the chemicals they will be using, and individual requirements for the target species they will be spraying.
AHCPMG301 Control Weeds
AHCCHM303 Prepare and Apply Chemicals
AHCCHM304 Transport, handle and store chemicals
On successful completion of this course, participants will be issued a ‘Statement of Attainment’ certifying competence of the above units. To obtain an ‘ACDC licence’, a person makes application to the Department of Primary Industries (DPI) on the approved form and forwards that to the DPI with a certified copy of the accredited qualification and the appropriate licence fee.
ACDC training and assessment is conducted at the LT Training Nambour facility. Upon arrangement, training and courses can be conducted on-site at the premises of industry clients providing there are suitable industry training facilities.
Our facility is at PCYC Youth Avenue, Nambour QLD 4560. Training could be delivered during a time that will suit the client. Please contact us to discuss different time frames and minimum numbers.
All training aids and safety equipment are provided for use as required. Maximum student numbers are eight depending on the facilities.
The main aim of licensing commercial operators is to promote responsible chemical use. By satisfying the competencies of the licence qualification, commercial operators have shown that, among other things, they have knowledge of the equipment and herbicides that they will be using and the effects that weather conditions may have on a chemical application.
Please take the time to familiarise yourself with our Student Handbook which contains loads of information for our students including our policies and terms and conditions. The handbook will be in hardcopy format available with your face to face training. If you have any questions at all, we are happy to help.