AHC30116 Certificate III in Agriculture C3G

AHC30116 Certificate III in Agriculture

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Course Information

Develop the technical skills and knowledge you need to work with livestock, cropping or mixed farming enterprises with the Certificate III in Agriculture.

You’ll learn about safe and environmentally sustainable work practices, as well as other selected skill areas which could include:

Broadcare cropping 
– Chemicals use 
– Livestock production
– Machinery operation and maintenance
– Irrigation 
– Agribusiness 
– Horticulture
– Pest management

This nationally recognised qualification is suitable for an Australian Apprenticeship and, when you complete it successfully, you’ll be able to seek employment as a farm or station hand. You can also continue onto the Certificate IV in Agriculture

Steps in furthering your career

Contact us today to register your interest

Receive your course specification information

Submit your enrolment/eligibility documentation

Start your training

Gain hands on work experience through practical training with our highly experienced trainer

Receive your Nationally Recognised Qualification on successful completion of this program

Outcomes

This qualification provides a general vocational outcome in agriculture. The qualification enables individuals to select a livestock production, cropping or livestock context as a job focus or, in the case of mixed farming enterprises, both cropping and livestock.

Individuals with this qualification perform tasks in a variety of contexts, which involve some judgement in selecting equipment and services. Job roles vary across different industry sectors and may include:

  • Farm or station hand
  • Farm or station worker
  • Livestock transport driver.

No occupational licensing, legislative or certification requirements apply to this qualification at the time of publication.

Who is eligible to receive funding?

To be eligible to enrol in the Certificate 3 Guarantee, prospective students must:

• be aged 15 years or older;

• be no longer at school (with the exception of school students in Years 10, 11 and 12 undertaking a VET in School (VETiS) program — see the VETiS fact sheet for more information);

• permanently reside in Queensland;

• be an Australian citizen, Australian permanent resident (includes humanitarian entrant), temporary resident with the necessary visa and work permits on the pathway to permanent residency, or a New Zealand citizen; and

• not hold, and not be enrolled in, a certificate III or higher-level qualification, not including qualifications completed at school and foundation skills training. 

Student Co-Contribution Fees

Given the benefits that accrue to individuals from training, students undertaking certificate III training and non-concessional students undertaking lower level training, will be required to contribute to the costs of their training through a co-contribution fee.

The fee may be paid on behalf of the student by the employer or a third party unrelated to the PQS but cannot be paid or waived by the PQS.

 

 

Schedule of fees vary per provider**

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