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AGB Training Voluntary Administration  FAQ:

What is a Voluntary Administration? A Voluntary Administration is a process initiated by the director of a company when they believe that the company is or is likely to become insolvent. The Voluntary Administration period gives the company an opportunity to consider its financial position and its future. The Voluntary Administrator is appointed to control... Read more

AGB Training continuing to trade

On 17 October 2018 Nathan Deppeler and Matthew Jess of Worrells Solvency and Forensic Accountants were appointed Voluntary Administrators of AGB Group Pty Ltd (Administrators Appointed). The Company is continuing to trade under the Administration and business will continue as normal. All classes will remain as per the current timetable (unless you are otherwise notified).... Read more

Make a difference in people’s lives with our Geelong alcohol addiction courses

Alcohol addiction is an ongoing problem in our community, with many vulnerable people seeking help to escape its grip and improve their lives. It can be a difficult journey to better health, and support from trained health and community workers can make a huge difference. You can be part of that all-important support team, with... Read more

AGB Training Licensing Centre to remain open

Due to recent events in the Geelong area with Journey Management closing its doors on the 13th July, AGB Training has decided to continue operations at the Belmont Transport and Logistics Training Centre. AGB Training, a private RTO, has been providing Licensing Training courses, including Forklift and Light to Multi Combination truck licensing, since March... Read more

Join the Geelong International Student Association (GISA)

GISA is Geelong’s first international student association, run by students studying at Study Geelong member institutions. Sign up to become a GISA member and you will: Meet students from all around the world – both Australian and International Be invited to exciting social events and activities Get the opportunity to be a student leader –... Read more

AGB Training Closing Licensing Centre to Focus on International Student Growth

AGB Training, a private RTO providing Training courses to both International and Local students since 2006, today announced that it Transport and Logistics Licensing Centre in Belmont will close at the end of August 2018. CEO Robert Dejanovic said “although it is a sad occasion to close down this site that has been a part... Read more

Make an impact with our Geelong-based Education Support courses

A role in the education support industry gives you a unique responsibility in the learning process. It’s all about being able to make a visible and valuable impact on the world by helping students walk their journey through education. And, if you have a passion for helping others to learn, then AGB Training’s Geelong Education... Read more

Geelong hospitality courses can open doors to industry careers

While Australia’s hospitality industry is steaming ahead, a serious shortfall in staffing is causing headaches for business owners and managers across the country. The nation’s restaurants, pubs, clubs, cafes and the like are struggling to find and retain workers including apprentices. At AGB Training, we’ve helped many people gain entry to the hospitality industry through... Read more

Education support qualifications make a difference

How would you like to play a part in shaping the minds of the future? AGB Training offers education support courses that are nationally recognised qualifications, and will set you on the pathway to a rewarding career in the education industry. An education support qualification allows you to provide valuable support to teachers and students during... Read more

Never too old for our Geelong training courses

The PR team promoting AGB’s Geelong training courses is always looking for examples to inspire people in their studies. This week the PR crew was searching for ideas to motivate people who hadn’t studied for some time or were considering taking up studies as mature adults and came across the stories of octogenarians Janet David... Read more