Comments about Certificate III in Advanced Wool Handling - On Campus - Bendigo - Victoria
The Certificate III in Advanced Wool Handling builds on the skills already learnt in the Certificate II in Wool Handling, and provides the advanced technical skills required by wool handlers in today's modern shearing sheds.
You must successfully complete the Certificate II in Wool Handling before applying for this course. Other Entry Requirements You need to have access to shearing operations to practice and build on the skills being learnt.
Certificate III in Advanced Wool Handling
Key Study Areas
This course includes:
* First Aid
* Dealing with emergencies
* Preparing the shed for shearing and crutching
* Preparing fleece wool for classing
* Preparing skirtings and oddments
* Pressing wool
Where • Bendigo (Charleston Road Campus)
There are many study options available for the Certificate III in Advance Wool Handling, including:
* Industry based (on-the-job)
* Part time day or evening
* Self paced
The total duration of the training program will be defined by the negotiated training plan, however you are encouraged to complete this qualification within 24 months.
Selection Process • Individual Interview
On successful completion of this course you will have the skills to work as part of a shearing team (e.g. for a shearing contractor).
Further Study Options
After completing this course you may choose to continue on to the Certificate IV in Wool Classing, or use this certificate towards a Certificate III in Agriculture.
You will be assessed as part of this course.
Typical Course Content (exact details may be obtained from the teaching centre)
RTC3701A Respond To Emergencies
RTE3120A Prepare facilities for shearing and crutching
RTE3141A Prepare fleece wool for classing
RTE3142A Prepare skirtings and oddments
RTE3145A Press wool
Recognition of Prior Learning
Recognition of your current qualifications and prior learning: BRIT has processes to give you credit for relevant units from your prior study, and to assess your prior learning against units in a course.