Roller Training – Roller Tickets


Often the first machinery ticket undertaking by those undertaking plant courses.

Training — Undertake a 2-3 day course, in which you must satisfy national standards in order to be granted a Roller ticket. Formal training is competency based and covers all aspects of the Roller. Full training including legislation  requirements, servicing and daily operation.

Log Book Training — You may choose the logbook training pathway, and if so a log book will be issued to you, in which you will need to accumulate logbooks hours at your workplace; under supervision of a person that holds a WPHS licence for the machine you are training on or use our facilities, equipment and trainers to accumulate hours. A1 Machinery & Training, Australia can assist in helping you choose your pathway to a Roller ticket.

Assessment — On completion of log book hours, or, Recognition of Previous Learning (RPL)*, call us for an assessment. If you have previous experience and can provide logbook details, an A1 Machinery & Training assessor can determine the pathway to get you your Roller ticket.

*Ph terry 0419 394 100