All States Training (AST) was started in 1995 when Barry Wadsworth "Managing Director", identified a significant need in the market for high quality training relating to the safe operation of large and small construction and rural machinery and equipment, through to workplace health and safety standards.
Having spent most of his working life using such equipment and machinery, Barry felt it was the right time to take that first step toward building a new business, and began delivering courses to meet industry standards in those fields.
More than nineteen years later, AST has grown to be the proudly owned and operated Australian family business that individuals and companies have learnt to love and trust for both our great service delivery and the down to earth approach we have - making it easy for businesses to meet Workplace Health and Safety standards without the usual fuss and bother some workplaces have found it to be.
Unable to pay for your course in full? We now have a payment system for our students to pay off the cost of their course either weekly or fortnightly. Ezidebit is part of Global Payments, one of the largest payment providers in the world. Ezidebit was started in 1998 in Brisbane, and today processes over $3bn of funds for small and medium size businesses throughout Australia and New Zealand. If you are unable to meet your payment on the selected day, contact one of our staff members 24 hours before the payment is due to come out and we can reschedule it for you. Payments as little as $20 a fortnight can be made. On the button below is an FAQ fact sheet should you require further information about the company before signing up.
All States Training are holding an industry consultation day to discuss and implement new changes to the RII Training Packages as requested by the governing Industry Skills Council (ISC) PWC - Skills for Australia.
Price on application.
All States Training has User Choice & CSQ Funding available.
From 1 February 2017, the requirement for the operator and passengers of a quad bike or utility off-road vehicle to wear a motorcycle helmet will be legislated in the Transport Operations (Road Use Management-Road Rules) Regulation 2009 (roads rules). These mandatory helmet requirements already exist and are currently outlined in the Guideline for Conditionally Registered Vehicles in Queensland Form 17. However, these requirements will be transitioned to the road rules from 1 February 2017, and apply to the drivers and passengers of conditionally registered quad bikes and utility off-road vehicles being used on Queensland roads and road-related areas.