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Plant machinery Courses, Qld Govt Funding for courses. MC Trucks Licences. RTO: 31660

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WELCOME TO AFFORDABLE INDUSTRY TRAINING

Affordable Industry Training was established by its sister company, Affordable Driving School, who have been providing quality training since 1992 by its Founder and Managing Director, Jason Vinter. Affordable is now the largest Driver Training Company in Queensland.

We commenced instruction of manual and automatic car lessons more than 25 years ago. Since that time, we have developed into a Registered Training Organisation, which allows us to deliver quality training of all truck licensing. After entering into the Civil and Mining Industry, we can offer comprehensive training and assessment of plant machinery tickets, .

We have a number of Certificate III qualifications on scope such as Certificate III in Concreting, Certificate II in Infrastructure and Resources work preparation and Certificate III in Landscaping to name a few...

Affordable Industry Training can discuss funding options with you.

There are a variety of funding options available for certificate qualifications, to upskill or a pathway into a higher certificate, apprenticeship/traineeship or into employment.

Funding opportunities are constantly changing and being updated. Please contact us to find out more information about courses that may be relevant to your business.

FUNDING AVAILABLE: QLD GOVT FUNDING FOR RII20115: CERTIFICATE II IN RESOURCES AND INFRASTRUCTURE WORK PREPARATION.

Affordable Industry Training can discuss funding options with you. This qualification reflects the roles of individuals who perform mainly routine tasks and procedures, using limited practical skills and fundamental operational knowledge and taking some responsibility for the quality of the work outcomes. This Certificate II in Resources and Infrastructure Work Preparation is a pathway qualification and will prepare an individual to successfully undertake a sector specified Certificate III from the Resources and Infrastructure Industry Training Package or intention to enter an apprenticeship.

Do I as the student need to contribute financially to my training?

The majority of the qualification payment you select if eligible will be covered by Qld Government funding Certificate 3 Guarantee) but you will need to pay a Student Contribution Fee. This fee will vary depending on the program you choose and the funding program you are eligible for. Generally, if you choose the Certificate 3 Guarantee program the fee will be $4 per unit for non-concessional students and $2 per unit for concessional students. These fees may be paid by an employer or third party arrangement but cannot be paid or waived by the PQS (pre-qualified supplier). Please contact Affordable Industry Training for further information.

TLIC4006:DRIVE MULTI COMBINATION VEHICLE

TLIC4006: Drive multi-combination vehicle Prerequisites for MC Licence To upgrade your licence to a multi-combination / b double licence you must have held either a HR – Heavy Rigid (RESTRICTED OR UNRESTRICTED )or HC – Heavy Combination truck licence for at least 12 months. You also need to be able to read and write basic English and complete a language literacy and numeracy (LLN) test. COURSES DELIVERED 7 DAYS A WEEK. PROFESSIONAL/QUALIFIED TRAINER/ASSESSORS. 2 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS. ORMEAU AND STRATHPINE

Certificate III Qualifications



CPC30318: Certificate III in Concreting (funded)

RII20115: Certificate II in Resources and Infrastructure Work Preparation (Funded) AHC30916: Certificate III in Landscape Constructions (funded)

PLANT MACHINERY TICKETS: CSQ FUNDING AVAILABLE

RIIHAN309F: CONDUCT TELESCOPIC MATERIALS HANDLER OPERATIONS

RIIMPO317F: CONDUCT ROLLER OPERATIONS

RIIMPO318F: CONDUCT CIVIL CONSTRUCTION SKID STEER LOADER OPERATIONS

RIIMPO320F: CONDUCT CIVIL CONSTRUCTION EXCAVATOR OPERATIONS

RIIMPO321F: CONDUCT CIVIL CONSTRUCTION WHEELED FRONT END LOADER OPERATIONS

RIIMPO337E: CONDUCT ARTICULATED HAUL TRUCK OPERATIONS

RIIWHS202D: ENTER AND WORK IN CONFINED SPACES

RIIWHS204D: WORK SAFELY AT HEIGHTS
Affordable Industry Training was established by its sister company, Affordable Driving School, who have been providing quality training since 1992 by its Founder and Managing Director, Jason Vinter. Affordable is now the largest Driver Training Company in Queensland.TESTIMONIAL:  
Refund Policy/Cancellations

Refund Policy

If a refund is requested prior to the commencement of the course, a full refund minus the initial non-refundable administration/materials fee will be given. Any request for a refund must be on the Refund form available at the office and included in the student information package.
If a student/client wishes to change enrolment to another course delivered by Affordable Industry Training fees paid (minus the non-refundable portion) are transferable to the new course. A second administration/materials fee will be charged. If the student/client is transferring to a course of the same qualification/level the Administration/material fee will be 50% of the original administration/material fee.
Once training has commenced in the course/competency no refund is available to students who leave prior to finalising the course/competency unless the student/client can provide a medical certificate or show extreme personal hardship. In this case, fees may be refunded on a pro-rata basis, minus the administration/material fee. Refunds are at the discretion of the owner of Affordable Industry Training. However, if a student wishes to complete a course/competency in a future course, the remainder of the original fee can be credited towards that course, providing the course is within six (6) months of the original course. A student should request an “Application for refund form” from the office.
Should Affordable Industry Training cancel a course, students/clients are entitled to a full refund including administration/materials fee (or pro-rata adjusted refund) or a transfer of funds to another course, or remaining funds credited to another RTO for completion. In this event, students/clients will be given their preferred option.

Refund Policy Certificate 3 Guarantee

Once you have enrolled and paid student contribution fees and was given the learner guide then no refund can be issued.  This is because your course has commenced. If you have not been given the learner guide and you wish to cancel enrolment, and 7 days’ notice has been given to cancel, then please go to www.affordableindustrytraining.com.au and click on refund forms. Please fill out refund form and email.  Refund will then be looked upon and decided and if granted, a refund will appear exactly how it was paid.

There is no refund to be granted if you do not show up for training, miss any units or fail to submit coursework in. If you do not show up, two attempts to contact you via phone, text or email will be made. If unsuccessful, then your enrolment will be withdrawn and no refund will be issued.

Credit transfer units will not be charged.

 

Concessional student status applies when:

  • the student holds a Health Care concession card or Pensioner concession card issued under Commonwealth law, or is the partner or a dependant of a person who holds a health care concession card or pensioner concession card, and is named on the card
  • the student provides the training provider with an official form under Commonwealth law confirming that the student, his or her partner, or the person of whom the student is a dependant, is entitled to concessions under a health care or pensioner concession card
  • the student is an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander
  • the student is a school student and is enrolled in a VETiS
  • program (may include youth in detention)
  • the student has a disability
  • the student is an adult prisoner.
Complaints

Complaints

Complaints procedures are designed to resolve differences, and bring about benefits with due regard for the interest of the trainee and Affordable Industry Training. The procedures are based upon conciliation and mediation rather than arbitration.
 

On initial receipt of a verbal complaint the trainer will listen to the student/client and make a determination as to whether there is any validity to the complaint. This must be done in an open non-defensive and receptive manner. If possible the complaint is to be resolved at this stage, without compromise to the integrity of the competency standards or Affordable Industry Training.
 

If the complaint cannot be resolved at this time, then a complaint form (Complaints Form) is to be filled in with full details of the complaint with any required attachments.
 

The complaint is then to be reviewed by an owner of Affordable Industry Training and a determination made as to the validity of the complaint. This must be done as soon as possible but must be completed within 14 days of receipt of the complaint. The student/client must then be notified of the result of the review and a full explanation of the reasons for the decision on the response form. A copy of the results and any correspondence to the student/client is to be made and filed in the students file, with copies retained by the assessor. The assessor/owner must include in the correspondence to the student/client information that if they are not satisfied with the result of the review a further request for review can be made to the owner of Affordable Industry Training who will then forward the details of the complaint to an independent person (someone not involved in the process to this stage) who will check the validity of the reasons for the decision and reply within 14 days.

 

If the complaint is of a nature to preclude the assessor from making an objective decision eg: Conduct of the Assessor/staff, then the complaint is to be immediately directed to an owner of Affordable Industry Training for action.
 

In the event that a Complaint or Grievance cannot be resolved internally, advice on who the student/client should contact to seek further assistance is to be given. Please ring office on 3863 1399 to receive a complaints form to fill out if needed.

Appeals

Appeals

An appeal would occur when a student is dissatisfied with their assessment result. (ie. Disagrees with a Not Yet Competent result)
 

Firstly, you should consult verbally with your Trainer and Assessor, within 5 days of the outcome date, to see if you can resolve the issue by gaining further information and understanding of the decision. If you are not satisfied you can then complete an Appeals Form along with any supporting evidence to the AIT Compliance team (this should occur within 7 days of first consultation).
 
The appeal will be reviewed by the compliance team then another Trainer and Assessor will review the assessment in question and reply on the appeals form. You will be advised of the appeals outcome within 10 working days of submission of the Appeals Form. If you are still not satisfied with the outcome you can request for your appeal to be reviewed by the RTO Manager. They will arrange, if required, a review panel comprised of representatives from the RTO and outside experts to thoroughly examine the appeal. You will be advised of the outcome within 10 working days
 

In the event that an appeal cannot be resolved internally, advice on who the student/client should contact to seek further assistance is to be given. Please ring office on 3863 1399 to receive an Appeals form to fill out if needed.

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