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RII30815 - Certificate III in Civil Construction Plant Operations

The Certificate III in Civil Construction Plant Operations reflects the role of a skilled operator working with civil construction plant.

This course is popular for companies that require their staff to have what is known in the industry as "plant tickets".

Access our Training and Assessment Strategy (TAS) to see the units available to you and the estimated duration of the course.

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AHC30716 - Certificate III in Horticulture

This course will give you a broad knowledge of the amenity horticulture industry.  It is designed for people who want to be qualified in:

* parks and gardens
* plant knowledge
* crop knowledge
* propagation
* plant nutrition
* turf health
* biosecurity measures

Access our Training and Assessment Strategy (TAS) to see the units available to you and the estimated duration of the course.

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AHC30916 - Certificate III in Landscape Construction

Working in the landscape industry involves outdoor work that can be physically demanding undertaking the construction and maintenance of public and private garden spaces and features. 

There are landscaping businesses all over Australia. Many are small enterprises employing one to ten workers while others can be very large with forty or more workers. 

The work they do varies considerably. Some landscapers specialise in domestic gardens, others in commercial and industrial landscapes. This course includes units in hardscaping (paving and landscape construction) while others focus on softscaping (plant establishment and maintenance).
 
This course aims to empower and equip learners with practical and relevant skills which increase knowledge, confidence and productivity to escalate business profitability.

Access our Training and Assessment Strategy (TAS) to see the units available to you and the estimated duration of the course.

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AHC31016 - Certificate III in Parks and Gardens

This course is designed for a worker in grounds maintenance or the softer side of garden landscaping.

You will learn how to maintain existing landscapes and obtain the knowledge of controlling pests and diseases, how things grow and why things don't grow.
 
The Parks and Gardens sector covers workers in local government parks and gardens, botanic gardens, schools and other public places as well as self-employed gardeners. Workers tasks may include: planting and maintaining trees and shrubs, lawns and garden features  and installing and maintain irrigation systems.

Access our Training and Assessment Strategy (TAS) to see the units available to you and the estimated duration of the course.

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MSM30116 - Certificate III in Process Manufacturing

This qualification is well suited to production support workers (people working in manufacturing and filling the vital production support roles but who may not have the opportunity to develop competency in sufficient technical units related directly to producing products) and employees who operate across more than one category within process manufacturing or 'specialised processes' and elsewhere when required.

The elective TLILIC2001 Licence to operate a forklift truck is offered as part of this course.

Access our Training and Assessment Strategy (TAS) to see the units available to you and the estimated duration of the course.

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AHC30616 - Certificate III in Production Horticulture

This course is designed to meet the needs of individuals working in production horticulture.  It will suit farm hands or people working in the nursery, fruit, nut and vegetable industries or want to work in these industries.  

As part of this course, we are able to offer the TLILIC2001 Licence to Operate a Forklift Truck as an elective unit.

Access our Training and Assessment Strategy (TAS) to see the units available to you and the estimated duration of the course.

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AHC31116 - Certificate III in Production Nursery

This course will suit a nursery person working in (or wanting to work in) a production nursery.

It is designed to further your knowledge in pest and disease control and plant identification and making plants grow effectively.
 
Production or wholesale nurseries propagate and supply plants to supermarkets, retail nurseries, garden centres and landscapers. They are often large and are generally located on the outskirts of major cities. Some also maintain retail outlets. Production nurseries can also be found in some municipal councils, government departments, landscape companies and ‘greening’ or revegetation organisations. These nurseries grow plants for local landscape and revegetation projects.

Access our Training and Assessment Strategy (TAS) to see the units available to you and the estimated duration of the course.

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AHC32816 - Certificate III in Rural Operations

Agriculture and Agribusiness are diverse sectors including both plant and animal based production systems along with supporting Agribusiness enterprises that supply agriculture goods and services. Job roles within the sector range from farmhands, farm business managers and include numerous agricultural service roles. We have a range of electives available so that you can tailor your course to your workplace/industry.

The elective TLILIC2001 Licence to operate a forklift truck is offered as part of this course. 

Access our Training and Assessment Strategy (TAS) to see the units available to you and the estimated duration of the course:
* Rural Operations - TAS
* Rural Operations - Nursery Stream - TAS
* Rural Operations - Packing Floor Stream - TAS

Access an Enrolment Pack here:
* Enrolment Pack - Rural Operations
* Enrolment Pack - Rural Operations - Nursery Stream
* Enrolment Pack - Rural Operations - Packing Floor Stream

AHCSS00030 - Farm Business Management Skill Set

We've developed a course that delivers this Skill Set holistically and is focussed on the student consulting with business owners to take on a project within the workplace.  This Skill Set is suitable for farmers that own or run a farm or for workers on a farm that may be looking to run their own farm.

This Skill Set contains the following four units of competency –
AHCBUS506 – Develop and review a business plan
AHCBUS507 – Monitor and review business performance
AHCBUS509 – Develop and implement business structures and relationships
BSBRSK501 – Manage Risk

Access our Training and Assessment Strategy (TAS) to see the units available to you and the estimated duration of the course.  Please also note the entry requirements for this student cohort.

Access an Enrolment Pack here.