CRICOS Course Code:
|ANZSCO 841000 Farm, Forestry And Garden Workers|
|Classroom Face to Face
VET in Schools
Unit & Assessment Information:
Completion of sixteen (16) selected units as below.
|AHCWHS301 Contribute to WHS processes||Assessment Item 1 –
Assessment Item 1- WHS legislations, code of practices, national standards, enterprise WHS policies and procedures
Assessment Item 2 – Written Questions – Workplace hazard identification, assessment of risk, hierarchy of control & safety training.
Assessment Item 3 – PPE, basic safety checks, hazardous substances, noise hazards, manual handling risks, monitoring and report workplace safety issues, raising WHS issues, Participation in consultation – Written Questions: PPE, Incident, Accident reporting
Assessment 4 – Online quiz
|AHCWRK309 Apply environmentally sustainable work practices||Assessment 1 – Activity Booklet
|AHCCHM307 Prepare and apply chemicals to control pest, weeds and diseases
AHCCHM304 Transport, handle and store chemicals
|Assessment 1 – 40 Questions
Writing or questions can be assessed verbally.
Assessment 2 – Calibration activity (100% required)
Assessment 3 – Exam (label & SDS reading) (100% required)
Assessment 4 – Demonstration Practical activity (100% required)
|AHCPMG301 Control weeds||Assessment 1 – Practical Activity Weed Identification & Infestation assessment
Assessment 2 – Weed control measures (Plan, Implement and Control)
Assessment 3 – Online Quiz
|AHCPMG302 Control plant pests, diseases and disorders||Assessment Task 1 – Written Question. Identify pests, diseases and disorders.Assessment Item 2 – Work site-based report. Extended Written Questions.
Assessment Item 3 – Practical Activity – Collect and name 4 insects/pest and 4 diseases and disorders 2 Plants Deficiencies and 2 beneficial organisms
Assessment 4 – Practical examination – Weed Identification.
|AHCWRK303 Respond to emergencies||Assignment 1 – Written Short and Extended Answer Questions, Definitions and TerminologyAssignment 2 – First Aid Case Scenarios – Emergency situation exercises.
Practical Activities – Workplace hazard identification, assessment of risk, risk rating, hierarchy of control, procedures for hazards identification, assessing and controlling risks
|AHCWRK305 Coordinate work site activities||Assessment Item 1 – Written questions Prepare for work site activities, organise resources and report on activities, Risk AssessmentsAssessment Item 2 – Practical Activity (daily workplace activities) Task reporting, rostering, document control and pre start checks.
Assessment 3 – Online Quiz.
|AHCLSK301 Administer medication to livestock||Activity / Learning Guide – (this includes practical assessments) or Moodle based Assessment Guide.|
|AHCLSK331 Comply with industry animal welfare requirements||Activity / Learning Guide – (this includes practical assessments) or Moodle based Assessment Guide.|
|AHCMOM304 Operate machinery and equipment||Activity / Learning Guide – (this includes practical assessments) or Moodle based Assessment Guide.|
|AHCMOM216 Operate tractors||Activity / Learning Guide – (this includes practical assessments) or Moodle based Assessment Guide.|
|AHCPHT305 Regulate crops||Activity / Learning Guide – (this includes practical assessments) or Moodle based Assessment Guide.|
|AHCSOL401 Sample soils and interpret results||Activity / Learning Guide – (this includes practical assessments) or Moodle based Assessment Guide.|
|AHCPCM301 Implement a plant nutrition program||Activity / Learning Guide – (this includes practical assessments) or Moodle based Assessment Guide.|
|AHCPGD402 Plan a plant establishment program||Assignment 1 –Project 1. Developing a concept plan for plants displayAssignment 2 – Short Answer Questions & Risk Assessment (Practical Exercise)
Assignment 3 –The Plant Establishment Program
|English Proficiency Requirement:||all students must complete a Language Literacy & Numeracy Assessment, assessed by the Language Studies Department.|
|Academic Requirement:||Completion of equivalent to certificate II or higher, Year 10 equivalent completed, or currently employed in the Agriculture Industry, with at least 12 months equivalent employment or a genuine interest in commencing a career in agriculture.|
Please see fee schedule from relevant National Student page.