The Australian Agricultural College Corporation (AACC) is a Queensland State Government owned Registered Training Organisation (RTO) that has been delivering rural training since 1967. Today, we have two residential colleges and six training centres providing a range of nationally accredited and non-accredited courses to meet the needs of the agricultural industry.
The geographic distribution of our colleges and training centres places us in an ideal position to provide specialist training to the various industry sectors: cattle, sheep and wool, equine, sugar and production horticulture. Our training philosophy is based on consultation with industry to ensure that our courses are relevant, practically based and reflect best practice.
The training we deliver reflects the requirements of our industry; short courses and workshops to up-skill busy employees, traineeships for new staff and full time residential courses for young people looking for a life-long career in primary production.
Our staff are all industry professionals, developing students’ skills and knowledge through practical instruction and real world experience. All of this helps to make us your first choice in rural training.
Contact details for AACC Offices, Colleges and Training Centres can be found on the Colleges & Training Centres page.
Senior Leadership Team and Organisational Structure
The Director-General of the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry is the Chief Executive Officer of the Australian Agricultural College Corporation under current legislation. The Executive Director is responsible for the day-to-day management of the Corporation.
The Senior Leadership Team comprising of the Executive Director and Business Unit Managers meet regularly to discuss strategic and operational matters. AACC’s current management-level organisational structure is shown below:
Enquiries to the Senior Leadership Team can be directed by email to email@example.com or via phone on 1800 888 710.
Jobs at AACC
Employment opportunities with the Australian Agricultural College Corporation are advertised in print and online using the Careers with AACC page, as well as the Queensland Government Smart Jobs website at www.smartjobs.qld.gov.au.
Information for Staff
AACC Staff can access Human Resources and Information Technology information and links via the Staff Information page.
Right to Information (RTI)
Details on how to access information held by the Australian Agricultural College Corporation (AACC) are available via the Right to Information page.
Public Interest Disclosure (PID)
Details on AACC’s Public Interest Disclosure policy are available via the Public Interest Disclosure page.
Queensland Government Open Data
The Queensland Government Open Data website allows members of the public to access Government information and datasets.
Enquiries to the Webmaster
Enquiries and/or Feedback regarding the AACC Website can be directed to the Webmaster via the contact us form, using the feedback communication type option.
View or download the AACC Annual Reports here:
Annual Reports from previous years can be requested by contacting us on 1800 888 710 or via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.