CERTIFICATE III IN COMMERCIAL COMPOSTING

 

Note: This course is for delivery to National Students only.
CRICOS Course Code: AHC32210
Course Duration: 52 weeks
Classification :  ANZSCO 721000 Mobile Plant Operators
 Study Mode: Online -Moodle
Distance

 

 

Unit & Assessment Information:

Completion oMoodlef ten (10) selected units as below.

Unit Assessment
AHCOHS301AContribute to OHS processes  

Assignment 1 – A&B Written TaskAssignment  2 A – Written TaskAssignment  2 – B Written TaskAssessment 3 – Written Examination

 

AHCCOM301AOperate compost processing plant, machinery and equipment  

Activity / Learning Guide  (this includes practical assessments).

 

AHCCOM401ADevelop a composting recipe  

Activity / Learning Guide  (this includes practical assessments).

 

AHCCOM402APlan and schedule compost production  

Activity / Learning Guide  (this includes practical assessments).

 

AHCWRK305ACoordinate work site activities  

Activity / Learning Guide  (this includes practical assessments).

 

AHCWRK306AComply with industry quality assurance requirements  

Activity / Learning Guide  (this includes practical assessments).

 

AHCCOM202ARecognise and respond to fire emergencies on a composting site  

Activity / Learning Guide  (this includes practical assessments).

 

AHCCHM303APrepare and apply chemicals  

Activity / Learning Guide  (this includes practical assessments) andClosed book label reading exercise.

 

AHCCHM304ATransport, handle and store chemicals  

Activity / Learning Guide  (this includes practical assessments) andClosed book label reading exercise.

 

AHCMOM304AOperate machinery and equipment  

Activity / Learning Guide  (this includes practical assessments).This workbook will be developed sector specific or selected machinery specific.

 

 

 

Entry requirements:

Age:  16 plus
Language, Literacy and Numeracy: Completion of Language, Literacy and Numeracy Assessment, asssessed by Language Studies Department
Academic: Completion of equivalent to certificate II or higher, Year 10 equivalent completed, or currently employed in the Horticulture Industry, with at least 12 months equivalent employmen

 

 Tuition Costs:

Please see fee schedule from relevant National Student page.

ADVANCED DIPLOMA OF AGRICULTURE

Note: This course will no longer be on offer from 07 August 2016. Current students will be taught-out only.

 

CRICOS Course Code:
092580B
Course Duration:
52 weeks
Classification :
ANZSCO 121000 Farmers And Farm Managers
 Study Mode:
National Students:
Classroom face to faceOnline – MoodleDistance
International Students:
Classroom face to face only (20 hours per week)

 

Unit & Assessment Information:

Completion of eight (8) selected units as below.

Unit
Assessment
AHCAGB501ADevelop climate risk management strategies  

Assessment 1 – Short / Extended Answer questionsAssessment 2 – 2000 Word report on climate risk mitigation in AgriculturePractical / Tutorial Exercise – Emission Scenario projections using CSIRO site

 

AHCAGB603AManage the production system  

Assessment 1: Activity BookletAssessment 2: Online Quiz 50 questions in 60 minutes

 

AHCAGB604A Analyse business performance  

Internet Wiki task; Project & Presentation business analysis; Exam

 

AHCWRK602A Lead and manage community or industry organisations  

Assessment 1 – SAFETY AUDITAssessment 2 – SAFETY PLANAssessment 3 – PRESENTATIONAssessment 4 – Policy and Procedure document

 

AHCBUS608AManage risk  

Assessment task 1 – Task 1: Presentation about a risk managemTask 2: Assessment – Presentation of understand of AS/NZS Risk Management

 

AHCBUS605AManage human resources  

Assignment 1 – Short answer situation question(s)Assessment 2 – Preparation of Key Performance Indicator documentExamination – Closed Book

 

AHCMOM601A Analyse machinery options  

Assessment Item 1: Task – Short Answer Questions and Scenario AnalysisAssessment Item 2: Role play (Demonstration exercise)Assessment item 3: Audit report and checklistExamination – Overall Assessment of Legislation and application of OHS Processes in Industry

 

AHCAGB605A Manage business capital  

Presentation of ProposalProposal submission (200 words)Write / Mange a business Capital Examination – Review of your business plan

 

Entry requirements:
Age:  16 plus
Language, Literacy and Numeracy: Completion of Language, Literacy and Numeracy Assessment, asssessed by Language Studies Department
Academic: Completion of equivalent to Diploma or higher, Year 12 equivalent completed, or currently employed in the Agriculture Industry, with at least 36 months equivalent employment.
  Tuition Costs

Please see fee schedule from relevant National or International Student page.

 

 

CERTIFICATE III IN AGRICULTURE

Note: This course will no longer be on offer from 07 August 2016. Current students will be taught out only.

CRICOS Course Code:
AHC30110
Course Duration:
52 weeks
Classification :
 ANZSCO 121000   Farmers And Farm Managers
 Study Mode:
Classroom Face to Face
Online
Distance
Apprenticeship
VET in Schools

 

 

Unit & Assessment Information:

Completion of sixteen (16) selected units as below.

Unit
Asessment
AHCOHS301AContribute to OHS processes  

Activity / Learning Guide  (this includes practical assessments)
or Moodle based Assessment Guide.

 

AHCWRK313AImplement and monitor environmentally sustainable work practices  

Activity / Learning Guide  (this includes practical assessments)
or Moodle based Assessment Guide.

 

AHCCHM303APrepare and apply chemicals  

Activity / Learning Guide  (this includes practical assessments)
or Moodle based Assessment Guide.

 

AHCCHM304ATransport, handle and store chemicals  

Activity / Learning Guide  (this includes practical assessments)
or Moodle based Assessment Guide.

 

AHCPMG301AControl weeds  

Activity / Learning Guide  (this includes practical assessments)
or Moodle based Assessment Guide.

 

AHCPMG302AControl plant pests, diseases and disorders  

Activity / Learning Guide  (this includes practical assessments)
or Moodle based Assessment Guide.

 

AHCWRK303ARespond to emergencies  

Activity / Learning Guide  (this includes practical assessments)
or Moodle based Assessment Guide.

 

AHCWRK305ACoordinate work site activities  

Activity / Learning Guide  (this includes practical assessments)or Moodle based Assessment Guide.

 

AHCLSK301AAdminister medication to livestock  

Activity / Learning Guide  (this includes practical assessments)
or Moodle based Assessment Guide.

 

AHCLSK331AComply with industry animal welfare requirements  

Activity / Learning Guide  (this includes practical assessments)
or Moodle based Assessment Guide.

 

AHCMOM304AOperate machinery and equipment  

Activity / Learning Guide  (this includes practical assessments)
or Moodle based Assessment Guide.

 

AHCMOM202AOperate tractors  

Activity / Learning Guide  (this includes practical assessments)
or Moodle based Assessment Guide.

 

AHCPHT301ACarry out a crop regulation program  

Activity / Learning Guide  (this includes practical assessments)
or Moodle based Assessment Guide.

 

AHCSOL401ASample soils and interpret results  

Activity / Learning Guide  (this includes practical assessments)
or Moodle based Assessment Guide.

 

AHCCHM401AMinimise risk in the use of chemicals  

Activity / Learning Guide  (this includes practical assessments)
or Moodle based Assessment Guide.

 

AHCCHM402APlan and implement a chemical use program  

Assignment 1 – Short Answer Research Questions

Assignment 2 – Short Answer Questions & Risk Assessment (Practical Exercise)

Assignment 3 – Spray Calibration, spill kit Examination

 

Entry requirements:
Age:  16 plus
Language, Literacy and Numeracy: Completion of Language, Literacy and Numeracy Assessment, asssessed by Language Studies Department
Academic: Completion of equivalent to Certificate IV or higher, Year 12 equivalent completed, or currently employed in the Agriculture Industry, with at least 36 months equivalent employment.
 Tuition Costs:

Please see fee schedule from relevant National Student page.

CERTIFICATE II IN AGRICULTURE

Note: This course will no longer be on offer from 07 August 2016. Current students will be taught out only.

Course Duration:
 20 Weeks
Study Mode:
Classroom (face to face)Online-moodleDistanceTraineeship
Unit & Assessment Information:
Completion of seventeen (17) units as below.

 

Unit Assessment
AHCOHS201AParticipate in OHS processes Activity / Learning Guide  (this includes practical assessments)
AHCWRK209AParticipate in environmentally sustainable work practices Activity / Learning Guide  (this includes practical assessments)
AHCBAC201AAssist Agricultural crop establishment Activity / Learning Guide  (this includes practical assessments)
AHCBAC202AAssist agricultural crop maintenance Activity / Learning Guide  (this includes practical assessments)
AHCBAC203AAssist agricultural crop harvesting Activity / Learning Guide  (this includes practical assessments)
AHCWAT201ASetup, operate and maintain water delivery system Activity / Learning Guide  (this includes practical assessments)
AHCWRK204AWork effectively in the industry Activity / Learning Guide  (this includes practical assessments)
AHCWRK205AParticipate in workplace communications Activity / Learning Guide  (this includes practical assessments)
AHCBIO202AFollow site quarantine procedures Activity / Learning Guide  (this includes practical assessments)
AHCCHM201AApply chemicals under supervision Activity / Learning Guide  (this includes practical assessments)
AHCPMG201ATreat Weeds Activity / Learning Guide  (this includes practical assessments)
AHCPMG202ATreat plant pest, diseases and disorders Activity / Learning Guide  (this includes practical assessments)
AHCSOL201ADetermine basic properties of soil and/or growing media Activity / Learning Guide  (this includes practical assessments)
HLTFA201AProvide basic emergency life support Activity / Learning Guide  (this includes practical assessments)
AHCPHT201APlant horticultural crops Activity / Learning Guide  (this includes practical assessments)
AHCPHT202ACarry out canopy maintenance Activity / Learning Guide  (this includes practical assessments)
AHCPHT205ACarry out post-harvest operations Activity / Learning Guide  (this includes practical assessments)

 

Classifications

ANZSCO 841611 Mixed Crop And Livestock Farm Worker

 

Entry requirements

 

Age:  16 plus
Language, Literacy and Numeracy: Completion of Language, Literacy and Numeracy Assessment, asssessed by Language Studies Department
 Academic: Completion of equivalent to Certificate I, or Year 9 equivalent, or currently employed in the horticulture industry.

 

 Tuition Costs

Please see fee schedule from relevant National Student page.

DIPLOMA OF AGRICULTURE

 

CRICOS Course Code:
092590B
Course Duration:
52 weeks
Classification :
 ANZSCO 121000 Farmers And Farm Managers
 Study Mode:
National Students: Classroom face to face

Online – Moodle

Distance

International Students: Classroom face to face only (20 hours per week)

 

 

Unit & Assessment Information:

Completion of ten (10) selected units as below.

Unit
Assessment
AHCBUS501 Manage staff  

Assessment  task 1 b short answer questions, resume writing, job analysisCase studies

Assessment task 2  Work engagement task b completion of records sheets, workplace entitlements and laws

Assessment task 3  Write a job descriptions

Assessment task 4  Workplace legislation and laws

Assessment task 5  OHS/WHS and the workplace based task & industrial awards / unions / industrial relations

Examination calculation of wages, and overall summative assessment

 

AHCWRK511 Develop workplace policy and procedures  

ASSESSMENT ITEM 1: Assignment: Develop a sustainability policy

ASSESSMENT ITEM 2 & 3:  Practical Task Presentation & Peer Review: Implement a training program for the policy you have developed, you will also be required to write a procedure detailing the implementation of the policy.

 

AHCAGB501 Develop climate risk management strategies  

Assessment Item 1 Short Answer Questions

Assessment Item 2 Major Assignment b Research Assignment

Tutorial Task (Practical Exercise) Climate Modelling CSIRO exercise

 

AHCOHS501 Manage OHS processes  

Assessment Item 1: Short Answer Questions and Scenario Analysis

Assessment Item 2: Role play (Demonstration exercise)

Assessment item 3: Audit report and checklist

Assessment Item 4:Examination(Closed Book) on Legislation and application of OHS Processes in Industry

 

AHCGB503 Plan and monitor production process  

Assessment Item  1: (Activities 1 17 workbook) Group exercise

Assessment Item 2: Exam 50 x Multiple choice questions (via moodle) – 90 minutes

 

AHCBUS506 Develop and review a business plan  

Assessment Item 1: Business plan proposal and presentation

Assessment item 2: Develop a business plan b on a protected cropping scenario based on the Werribee South Simulation

Assessment Item 3: Examination Review of business plan prepared in Assessment item 2

 

AHCCHM401 Minimise risks in the use of chemicals  

Assessment Item 1: Assignment 1 Short Answer Research QuestionsAssessment item 2: Assignment 2 Short Answer Questions & Risk Assessment (Practical Exercise)Assignment Item 3: Spray Unit Calibration, spill kitAssessment Item 4: Examination – risk assesment and label reading exercise (100% requirement)

 

AHCCHM402 Plan and implement a chemical use program  

Assessment Item 1: Assignment 1 Short Answer Research Questions

Assessment item 2: Assignment 2 Short Answer Questions & Risk Assessment (Practical Exercise)

Assessment item 3: Assignment 3 Spray Calibration, spill kit

Assessment Item 4: Examination

 

AHCAGB505  Develop a whole farm plan  

Assessment item 1: Understanding Mapping / Audit a property site

Assessment item 2: Develop and create a whole farm plan

Assessment item 3: Review the farm plan

Assessment Item 4: Examination  legal requirements impacting on whole farm planning (Moodle Quiz 10 questions)

 

AHCBUS507 Monitor and review business performance  

Assessment Item 1: Gross Margin Evaluation of Business Performance

Assessment Item 2: Short Answer Questions

Assessment Item 3: Human resource and performance requirements in Agriculture / Agribusiness

Assessment Item 4: Review of Business Performance in Agriculture / Agribusiness

Examination: Closed Book on – Financial caculations in agribusiness management, NPV, FPV, P&L.

 

 

Entry requirements:

Age:  

16 plus

 

Language, Literacy and Numeracy:  

Completion of Language, Literacy and Numeracy Assessment, asssessed by Language Studies Department

 

Academic:  

Completion of equivalent to Certificate IV or higher, Year 12 equivalent completed, or currently employed in the Agriculture Industry, with at least 36 months equivalent employment.

 

 

 Tuition Costs

Please see fee schedule from relevant National or International Student page.