AgSkilled 3.0 program is a $5 million investment by the NSW Government to upskill the intensive livestock, extensive livestock, beekeeping, coton, grains, production horticulture, viticulture, and rice-growing industries across NSW.
Trucks are commonly used on farm to transport both inputs and outputs. From medium-rigid to multi-combination, a truck licence is essential for anybody operating a truck as part of their role.
This course is designed for individuals who are required to operate a truck as part of their role.
General Course Information – https://raisetraining.com.au/HV-SS-SUM-General-Info
Expression of Interest – https://raisetraining.com.au/AgSkilledEOI
Anybody required to operate a truck as part of their role on farm.
Due to the high demand and limited capacity, funding for truck licences has been limited to two per farming business.
You must be Smart and Skilled eligible, which requires you to be:
Currently working or seeking to work on-farm in the agricultural plant-growing and livestock industry sectors, or an employer in those industry sectors.
The outcome of this course will provide successful participants with a heavy vehicle licence that will allow them to operate a heavy vehicle with an automatic or synchromesh gearbox*
*This funded course does not include the training required to provide an individual with the additional skills required to operate a heavy vehicle with a Road Ranger gearbox. For you to obtain an open Road Ranger licence without a Condition B, you will need to either undergo a separate fee-based course or meet the strict requirements set out
Truck licencing courses consist of both theory and praccal components. The length of training varies based on licence class.
Units of competency
The unit of competency delivered will depending on the licence class you require.