Australian Construction Training is a family company, like its sister company - Botany Cranes. The family have built their lives around the construction industry and therefore understand the unique needs of the industry.
We are committed to provide a friendly and flexible environment to promote maximum learning.
John Medland - Director
John is a veteran of the construction industry. In addition to his role with ACT, John is a Director of Botany Access and Managing Director of Botany Cranes and Forklift Services. Before taking over at Botany Cranes, John spent five years as a Lab Technician/NATA Signatory with Boral Asphalt and following the attainment of his engineering qualifications, spent a further four years at Boral as a Supervisor of road construction crews.
Morgan Roberts - General Manager
Morgan is from a construction background, having worked as an Electrical Fitter/Mechanic for 20 plus years. He has worked in heavy industry in the Queensland coal fields, commercial projects and operating his own business as an Electrical Contractor. This combined with construction work in the UK, Russia and Canada has given Morgan a well rounded view on what is acceptable practice in different industries.
Ann Bradstreet - Quality of Life Manager
Ann is also a Director of Botany Cranes, and is charged with the responsibility that all trainees, visitors and employees have a good "quality of life" while on the premises.
Michael Weeding - Trainer / WorkCover Accredited Assessor
Michael has worked for Botany Cranes and Forklift Services for over twenty years. He is a Class 1 Rigger with a background as a boilermaker. His experience is complemented by a deep knowledge and respect for OH&S legislation.
Larry Farmer - Trainer / WorkCover Accredited Assessor
Larry has been involved in the construction and demolition industries for over thirty years. He has owned and managed his own business and brings his experiences of the use of a wide range of plant and machinery to his instruction of trainees.
We are located on site with Botany Cranes & Forklift Services and Botany Access, which gives us the benefit of exceptional facilities.
All practical aspects of training are conducted on a modern fleet of cranes, forklifts and elevated work platforms.
All theory components of training are undertaken in a fully equipped and modern training room, making full use of technology through PowerPoint and DVD presentations.
|Work Safely at Heights 16 Dec 2013 - 16 Dec 2013|
|Mobile Slewing Crane up to 60 Tonne (C6) 17 Dec 2013 - 23 Dec 2013|
|EWP 11m+ Course (WP) 17 Dec 2013 - 19 Dec 2013|
|Work Safely at Heights 23 Dec 2013 - 23 Dec 2013|
|Mobile Slewing Crane up to 60 Tonne (C6) 07 Jan 2014 - 13 Jan 2014|
|Dogging Course (DG) 14 Jan 2014 - 20 Jan 2014|