Learning Resources & Theory Assessment

ACDC Cluster - AHCCHM303, AHCCHM304, AHCPMG301

The ACDC clustered units will provide you with highly relevant information; not only necessary to obtain an (ACDC) ground distribution operators licence, but also to provide you with a good grounding in the safest practices for handling & distribution of agricultural chemicals

ACDC – Agricultural Chemicals Distribution Control includes the practical and theoretical components of three (3) units of competency chosen by the Department of Primary industries.

These units are designed to meet skills and knowledge required to be able to apply to hold an ACDC Licence (in QLD Only).

The three (3) units of competency in this course that make up the skill group that includes;
•the skills and knowledge to identify and apply and reporting control weeds methods;
•hazard and risk management; •prepare, apply and safely use chemicals; •calibration; •MSDS use; •chemical records; •and spray plans; •transportation, chemical management and storage.

Units

•AHCCHM303A Prepare and Apply Chemicals
•AHCCHM304A Transport, Handle and Store Chemicals
•AHCPMG301A Control Weeds

An ACDC Course will provide highly relevant information; not only necessary to obtain an (ACDC) ground distribution operators licence, but also to provide students with a good grounding in the safest practices for handling & distribution of agricultural chemicals.

The learning and theory components of these clustered units are  delivered in No Contact Delivery mode by Civil Safety online. The practical assessment component is delivered as a No Contact Delivery mode using remote’face-to-face’ (if you are working in an existing industry and have the required facilities and PPE) or portfolio upload evidence at an agreed location and time that has the physical resources for assessment of this unit.

If you do not have access to a facility and PPE please contact your trainer to make an appointment at a Civil Safety High Risk facility for a Mo Contact Delivery of your practical assessment.

When you have successfully completed your theory assessment contact
1300 CIVIL S to arrange for your practical assessment session.

SECOND CHANCE ASSESSMENT

Your theory assessment must be completed in one sitting. If you close your assessment prior to completion you will have to start again. You cannot pick up from where you left off.

If you complete your assessment successfully you will receive a copy of your results by email. If you do not complete your assessment successfully you will  need to complete a ‘SECOND CHANCE’ attempt at your assessment.

You can download the SECOND CHANCE ATTEMPT from your Resources folder which is located in the top left-hand corner of you assessment screen. You do not have to complete all the questions – only the questions that you did not answer  correctly in your first attempt. It is important that you email your SECOND CHANCE ATTEMPT to the correct email address so that your assessment attempts can be matched and verified as complete.