About this course

This training is aimed at equipping you with the skills and knowledge to confidently carry out sampling procedures, interpret agronomic advice and implement recommended cultural practices in the field. The course focusses on practical agronomy at an operational level.

Who should attend the course?

Farm staff, farm supervisors, contractors, service providers reasonably new (2 years) to the industry.

*** You must hold a Level 3 Chemical Application to attend this course (available online or face-to-face).

At a glance:

Location: Online or Blended Delivery
Start date: Sign up by 20 May 2020
Number of units: 3
Indicative fees: Nil to eligible applicants
Accredited Course: Yes

Upcoming courses

Locations are selected on a ‘demand’ basis.
Course dates are then established and advised.

Sign up by 20 May. Funding ends 30 June 2020.

Details

  • Confidently carry out sampling procedures
  • Interpret agronomic advice
  • Implement recommended cultural practices in the field.

Pre-approved applicants will be funded through the NSW AgSkilled training program.

This course is a blend of online and face-to-face training.

  • Pre-workshop online component (reading and video, short quizzes and assessment)
  • Workshop 1 (two days)
  • Pre-workshop component (one quiz, two practical investigations)
  • Workshop 2 (one day)

You must hold a Level 3 Chemical Application to attend this course.

You must meet the eligibility requirements under the NSW AgSkilled training program.

This course is aligned to the following national units of competency:

  • AHCBAC404 -  Plan and implement agricultural crop maintenance
  • AHCSOL401 -  Sample soils and interpret results
  • AHCSOL202 -  Assist with soil or growing media sampling and testing

Successful completion of assessment tasks will result in achieving a Statement of Attainment containing units of competency that can contribute to several nationally recognised qualifications



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