Advanced Spray Application - Level 3
Accredited training delivered in partnership with Craig Day of Spray Safe & Save to experienced NSW based growers, advisors, employees and spray contractors involved in grains and/or cotton production.
Close collaboration with the agricultural industry, including growers, agronomists/advisors and agribusinesses, has highlighted the need for training targeting agronomist/advisors to increase skills in spray planning and overall chemical application management. This course focusses on sprayer setup and operation to minimise spray drift, with specific reference to the new APVMA rules and the future introduction of Dicamba tolerant cotton.
This Level IV accredited training is designed for agronomists/ advisors with a strong interest in broadacre spray planning, setup and application who could specialise in this field for the benefit of their agribusiness. They can be part of a team delivering a uniform message on best practice spray application.
|Course duration:||See course structure|
|Start date:||Multiple intakes|
|Number of units:||2|
|Indicative fees:||TBA, GST-free (Nil to eligible applicants)|
Spray Drift Management Plans
Calibration and fine tuning of spray application equipment – demonstration spray units
Implement chemical application plan
To be costed (GST-free)
You may be eligible for funding. To find out whether you are eligible, contact a training coordinator in your area.
Managing Spray Application for Agronomists – Level 4
You must meet the eligibility requirements of the NSW funded training program applied under to secure your subsidised training.
This course is aligned to the following national units of competency:
For information on students rights and responsibilities, and the Tocal College Code of Practice see Industry qualification student policies.
|Temora||Tue 7th – Wed 8th Feb 2023|
|Parkes||Tues 4th – Wed 15th Feb 2023|
|Gunnedah||Wed 1st – Thur 2nd March 2023|
|Goulburn||Tue 21st – Wed 22nd March 2023|
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