Covid-19 Update

Changes to Government rules and guidelines are regular, and form the basis for our Covid-19 policy.

  • Sign-in/Check-in facilities are posted at the entry points to all facilities. It is individual responsibility to have access to a checkin-capable device, and evidence must be presented if requested by a representative of One Stop Group.
  • Each individual has a personal responsibility to not present to a One Stop Group facility if they are non-compliant with the Government advice, either by choice or circumstance.
  • We are not medical professionals and do not have the skills or training to make determinations of fitness for work/training. This is a personal responsibility and require students and visitors exercise the same.
  • It is not One Stop Groups intention to apply exemptions or varied interpretations of the stated advice of medical professionals.
  • One Stop Group respects the right of individuals to make choices about their own circumstances, and we ask that respect be afforded the One Stop Group team in our compliance obligations to maintain the business, its registrations and licences.
  • One Stop Group team members will only issue directions that comply with the mandated requirements. No team member has the authority to change these requirements, and we ask that this be respected.
  • One Stop Group makes a commitment to comply, wherever relevant with rules, directions, guidelines and other advice from Queensland Health and The Australian Government.
  • Cleaning procedures are in line with recommendations, as are both passive and active methods of restricting the possibility of transmission/infection.
  • Queries or complaints about mandated directions should be directed to the relevant authorities.

For the latest advice from the Queensland Government go here.

For the latest advice from the Australian Government go here.


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Plant & Machinery Training

One Stop Training offers a wide range of training options in the Supply Chain, Warehousing and Logistics industry to cater to the needs of all employers and employees wanting to start training and get qualified.

We understand the balance between training requirements and operational need, and work with employers from a broad range of industries to deliver the training outcomes that not only work, but enhance the safety of day-to-day operations.

We support all of our students throughout the training process providing easy to understand training material and hands-on training opportunities.

Our sites across Brisbane and the Gold Coast mean everyone has a One Stop Training facility nearby. We also offer on-site and group training for business owners wanting to take their team to the next level.

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Onsite Training

A workplace is often a great place for training and education. We can learn from our colleagues and their experience, and we can learn by ‘doing’.

Sometimes, there are critical, regulated skills that have to be achieved with a professional training partner. Onsite training is designed to deliver maximum impact with minimal operational disruption.

Plant and machinery licence training can be delivered as whole-course programs, or via the Logbook Method, which is the ultimate in workplace flexibility.

With experience in the development and delivery of training and assessment programs for complex machines operating in equally complex environments, One Stop Training is the chosen training provider of some of the nations largest businesses and employers.

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If you require onsite training, licencing or assessments get in touch with us below to book your free consultation. If you’re not sure what you need, get in touch & we’ll discuss your situation to see if we can help!

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Frequently Asked Questions

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We don't know what training we need.

Yes, we have many years experience in exactly this. It’s not uncommon as operations and staff change over the years. Asking the question is the first step. We can complete a status check and training needs analysis to build some baseline data, and work together from there.

We have had new machinery on the way and need a training schedule

Absolutely. We can program training to coincide with the delivery of your new equipment and assists with licencing and compliance.

Can training fit in with daily operations?

Yes, we regularly work with our clients to make this happen. While there are benchmarks that have to be met, much of this can be built into daily activities.

Are there Government incentives for training staff?

It depends on the circumstances and the business. There may be funding and tax incentives available and this is a specialised field. Both the State and Federal Governments have programs available to assist businesses in bringing on new workers. Book a consultation to learn more.

Thank you to the team from One Stop Training for the Straddle Carrier, Driver and Spotter training you delivered to our team. The training delivered to both our new drivers/spotters and recertification of our experienced drivers was much appreciated.

We were comfortable with the whole process from beginning to end. The assistance we received in tailoring the program to meet our specific and unique requirements was excellent, nothing was too much effort and One Stop Training kept in constant touch to ensure we were happy with the proposed training before it went ahead.

The trainer was experienced and knowledgeable in the operation of a range of straddle carriers and heavy plant machinery which made the new drivers feel immediately at ease. Even our experienced straddle carrier drivers were impressed with the trainers industry background and his ability to translate this to our particular model/brand of straddle carrier.

We would use One Stop Training again and recommend them to others who require a training provider experienced in the operation of specialised plant equipment in a high risk work environment.

Doris - Australian Border Force, South Australia