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Objectives:
Certificate III in Agriculture, Certificate III in Agriculture (Dairy Production) and Certificate III in Agriculture (Beef Production) are traineeships specifically designed for people working in rural industries. These practical courses will develop your technical, husbandry and/or farming skills. The courses combine hands-on farm work and training in a rural environment. The Certificate III in Agriculture will enable you to work effectively in the rural industry in senior roles. Several streams are available in each course to enable you to select an area of specialisation. Each stream has a list of competencies that may be chosen. These streams encourage students to focus their study on beef production, dairy production, grain production, poultry production and sheep and wool production. Certificate III in Agriculture graduates can look forward to working on properties or rural enterprises engaged in primary production in senior roles.
Entry Requirements:
You must be currently employed as a trainee under a training contract. You will need to undertake a Pre-training Review to determine your current skills and literacy and numeracy abilities. This Review will form the basis of your Individual Training Plan.
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Certificate III in Agriculture
Course Description:
Modules / Units of Competency
There are a number of Modules / Units of Competency that form the Certificate III in Agriculture . The Modules / Units of Competency and hours listed below are included in the current Gordon course structure and are subject to change.
 
Title     Approx. Hours

Carry Out Workplace Occupational Health and Safety Procedures     50
Create and Use Databases     20
Process and Maintain Workplace Information     30
Produce Simple Word Processed Documents     60
Create and Use Simple Spreadsheets     20
Deliver and Monitor a Service to Customers     35
Use and Maintain Electronic Mail System     20
Send and Retrieve Information Over the Internet Using Browsers and Email     25
Select Stock for Sale     40
Prepare Stock for Sale     15
Conduct Livestock Sale By Auction     25
Work Effectively in the Industry     20
Participate in Workplace Communications     30
Plan and Construct Conventional Fencing     60
Implement Property Improvement – Construction and Repair     70
Operate Specialised Machinery and Equipment     60
Perform Specialised Machinery Maintenance     50
Control Weeds     70
Control Plant Pests Diseases and Disorder     80
Respond to Emergencies     60
Prepare and Apply Chemicals     70
Transport, Handle and Store Chemicals     50
Co-ordinate Work Site Activities     70
Implement and Monitor the Enterprise OHS Program     70
Maintain Livestock Water Supplies     30
Establish Pastures and Crops for Livestock Production     80
Handle Bulk Materials in Storage Area     60
Undertake Agricultural Crop Harvesting Activities     80
Undertake Agricultural Crop Maintenance Activities     40
Undertake Preparation of Land for Agricultural Crop Production     60
Establish Agricultural Crops     60
Artificially Inseminate Livestock     80
Carry Out Feedlot Operations     40
Carry Out Post-Shearing Procedures     20
Identify and Draft Livestock     40
Implement Feeding Plans for Livestock     140
Implement Livestock Husbandry Practices     80
Mate and Monitor Livestock     80
Prepare Facilities for Shearing and Crutching     40
Rear Newborn and Young Livestock     50
Comply with Industry Animal Welfare Requirements     40
Prepare for and Implement Natural Mating of Livestock     30
Plan and Construct an Electric Fence     60
Operate Machinery in Adverse Conditions     30
Implement Animals Health Control Programs     50
Implement Vertebrate Pest Control Program     40
Monitor Weather Conditions     60
Administer Medication to Livestock     40
Maintain and Monitor Environmental Work Practices     50
Comply with Industry Quality Assurance Requirements     40
Keep Records for a Primary Production Business     60
Implement Plant Establishment     80
Apply Chemicals Under Supervision     30
 
Duration
The Certificate III in Agriculture, Certificate III in Agriculture (Beef Production) and the Certificate III in Agriculture (Dairy Production) are two to three-year part-time courses. Student intakes, generally activated by an employer reference, are ongoing throughout the year.

Students can expect approximately one class (six hours) per month to study the Certificate III in Agriculture or the Certificate III in Agriculture (Beef Production). Students will attend approximately two classes per month for the Certificate III in Agriculture (Dairy Production).

Recognition of Prior Learning

Recognition of prior learning (RPL) may be given for skills and knowledge gained through previous study or other relevant experience. For further information refer to the RPL brochure that can be found under Downloads & Forms.
 
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