AHCBIO203 Inspect and clean machinery…
19 June 2023 - 31 January 2025
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Online Weed and Seed Course|AHCBIO203 Quick Overview:
- Location: Online
- Cost: $249
- Unit of competency: AHCBIO203 – Inspect and clean machinery, tools and equipment to preserve biosecurity
- Schedule: Start when your payment and enrolment are processed during business hours.
- Duration: Duration will depend on you as it is self-paced
- Nationally Recognised Training
- Our trainers work in the industry and have trained this unit for over 15 years.
Standard AHCBIO203 Online Weed and Seed Course:
The AHCBIO203 weed and seed course includes self-paced theory online on a learning platform. When the theory is completed, the learning platform asks for practical evidence to upload, such as completed third-party supervisor reports, photos, videos, lists, SDS, labels etc. This evidence provided must support that you have the skills in the performance part of the unit. Your assessor will then meet or contact you to verify the evidence or get you to do the tasks. If you do not have a workplace or area to practice this and no equipment your assessor will get you to do the tasks. Please contact the office if this is the case before enrolling. Depending on your location, there might be a fee for travel and accommodation.
The course can also be delivered face-to-face at any LT Training campus or workplace for at least five (5) students. Contact us for a quote.
Overview of AHCBIO203 Weed and Seed Course:
This unit of competency describes the skills and knowledge required to inspect and clean machinery, tools and other equipment, including vehicles, of material that may contribute to the spread of biosecurity threats.
The unit applies to individuals working in a broad range of job contexts who undertake defined routine activities under supervision. They exercise limited autonomy within established and well-known parameters, providing solutions to a limited range of predictable problems.
The AHCBIO203 Online Weed and Seed Course covers a wide range of topics to ensure participants are educated and can operate at the national standard. The curriculum includes both theoretical and practical components, allowing participants to apply their knowledge in real-world scenarios. Here are some of the key modules covered in the course:
- Prepare to inspect and clean machinery, tools and equipment
- Inspect machinery, tools, support vehicles and equipment
- Clean machinery, tools, equipment and support vehicles
- Complete cleaning work
- Report inspection results
There are no entry requirements for the online weed and seed course.
On successful completion of this course, participants will be issued a ‘Statement of Attainment’ certifying competence of the unit.
Equipment and personal requirements:
All candidates must be literate in the English language.
All students must be physically capable of cleaning machinery and vehicles.
Computer with internet access, Adobe Reader and basic Microsoft programs. Other equipment needs will be established with enrolment but may include access to some of the following:
A vehicle or horticultural/agricultural machinery, tools and equipment relevant to the workplace context
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE):
- Gloves: Disposable or chemical-resistant gloves to protect your hands from potential biohazards.
- Safety glasses or goggles: Eye protection to prevent any harmful particles or chemicals from entering your eyes.
- Protective clothing: Coveralls or aprons to shield your body from contamination.
Cleaning Tools and Agents (Examples):
- A high-pressure water cleaner or pump
- A garden hose (for small clean-downs)
- An air compressor (for removing dry material, e.g. radiators)
- A vacuum cleaner
- Various brushes (wheel brush or dustpan brush) for cleaning different surfaces.
- Detergent or soap cleaning agents or disinfectants for effective cleaning.
- Degreaser to remove oil and grease.
- Buckets or containers: To hold water, cleaning solutions, or disinfectants.
- Spray bottles: For applying cleaning solutions or disinfectants.
- Cloths or rags, or disposable wipes for wiping and drying surfaces.
- Brooms and dustpans: For sweeping and collecting debris.
Inspection Tools (Examples):
- Flashlight: A portable light source to inspect dark or hard-to-reach areas.
- Inspection extendable mirrors: To view hidden or difficult-to-access areas.
- Mobile phones and magnifying tools and lenses if needed.
- A safe, designated area for inspecting and cleaning
We are open for enrolment anytime, and there are no scheduled dates. 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 shared electronically. If you have any questions at all, we are happy to help.
LT Training does not offer RPL at this point in time due to the high-risk work activity and changing legislation.
Full payment for the course must be made at the time of booking.
Our refund policy can be found in our student handbook here. “Once a course has commenced there will be no refund of the course fee”
LT Training primarily uses PCYC venues that are non-for-profit and give back to the local community. We run ‘Working at heights‘, ‘Confined space training‘, ‘Operate and maintain chainsaws‘, and ‘ACDC chemical licensing‘ at PCYC’s.
Our certificates are run anywhere in Queensland by doing online and face to face training. These courses include CERT II IN HORTICULTURE AHC20422, CERTIFICATE III IN PARKS AND GARDENS AHC31021, CERTIFICATE III IN BUSINESS BSB30120.