Agricultural Chemicals Distribution Control (ACDC)
In Queensland an Agricultural Distribution Control / Commercial Operators Licence is required for those who ground spray herbicides with a powered machine as part of a job on land they don’t own or occupy. This training course includes the theoretical and practical components of the competencies chosen by the Department of Agriculture and Fisheries to obtain the skills and knowledge required to apply and hold an ACDC Licence.
You will learn legislation and licencing, labels, safety data sheets (SDS), chemical transport, storage, disposal, record keeping and spill control, handling, mixing and applying chemicals, personal protective equipment, equipment and calibration.
Successful completion of this course and application for a Commercial Operator licence will enable you to utilise agricultural chemicals in a number of environments, including farming, agriculture, horticulture, grounds and maintenance, contract spraying, land care, green keeping, rural pest management, vegetable growers, orchards and more.
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Transport and store chemicals
Prepare and apply chemicals to control pest, weeds and diseases
- This course is delivered face-to-face at our DGT facilities, or alternatively can be delivered on-site for clients with suitable industry training facilities and resources to complete all training and assessment requirements.
- Two days with training and assessment completed in the duration of the course.
DGT Employment & Training is a registered Training Organisation RTO 1719
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This course is available to start anytime pending requirements are met.
Please book with our friendly DGT team by contacting us using the "I want to know more" button above or by calling us on 1300 010 185.