Validation Sought on New Pest Management Unit

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The final draft unit for applying poison baits for vertebrate pest control in rural and environmental landscapes is now available for validation. Thank you to those that provided feedback on the draft that was made available for consultation between 26 February – 12 March 2018. All feedback has been considered and the final draft version of this unit is now available for industry validation, until 11 April 2018. Feedback from the National Wild Dog Management Group about the use of vertebrate pesticides prompted the development of this new … Read More

Provide Your Feedback: Priority Skills for Aquaculture & Wild Catch Industry

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We are seeking your feedback on the draft 2018–2021 Aquaculture and Wild Catch IRC Skills Forecast and Proposed Schedule of Work. IRC Skills Forecasts and Proposed Schedules of Work identify skills gaps, emerging skills needs and associated training needs for industry and determine whether there is a need to change training packages (i.e. units of competency, skill sets and qualifications). The documents propose a plan for reviewing and developing the relevant units, skill sets and qualifications, which is then submitted from the … Read More

Provide Your Feedback: Priority Skills for Agriculture, Horticulture, Conservation & Land Management

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We are seeking your feedback on the draft 2018–2021 Agriculture, Horticulture, Conservation and Land Management IRC Skills Forecast and Proposed Schedule of Work. IRC Skills Forecasts and Proposed Schedules of Work identify skills gaps, emerging skills needs and associated training needs for industry and determine whether there is a need to change training packages (i.e. units of competency, skill sets and qualifications). The documents propose a plan for reviewing and developing the relevant units, skill sets and qualifications, which is then submitted from … Read More

Provide Your Feedback: Priority Skills for Food, Beverage & Pharmaceutical Industry

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We are seeking your feedback on the draft 2018–2021 Food, Beverage and Pharmaceutical IRC Skills Forecast and Proposed Schedule of Work. IRC Skills Forecasts and Proposed Schedules of Work identify skills gaps, emerging skills needs and associated training needs for industry and determine whether there is a need to change training packages (i.e. units of competency, skill sets and qualifications). The documents propose a plan for reviewing and developing the relevant units, skill sets and qualifications, which is then submitted from … Read More

Feedback Sought on Draft Case for Change: Review of Arboriculture Qualifications

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We are seeking your feedback on a draft Case for Change to review current Arboriculture qualifications to ensure that they meet industry needs, are fit for delivery and satisfy the 2012 Standards for Training Packages. This draft Case for Change has been developed in consultation with stakeholders through the forums of workshops, email, phone calls and face to face meetings. The Case for Change sets out evidence for proposed changes to the AHC Agriculture, Horticulture, and Conservation and Land Management Training Package(i.e. qualifications, skill sets and units of competency). It includes … Read More

Provide Your Feedback: Priority Skills for Racing Industry

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We are seeking your feedback on the draft 2018–2021 Racing IRC Skills Forecast and Proposed Schedule of Work. IRC Skills Forecasts and Proposed Schedules of Work identify skills gaps, emerging skills needs and associated training needs for industry and determine whether there is a need to change training packages (i.e. units of competency, skill sets and qualifications). The documents propose a plan for reviewing and developing the relevant units, skill sets and qualifications, which is then submitted from the IRC to the Australian … Read More

Provide Your Feedback: Priority Skills for Animal Care & Management

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We are seeking your feedback on the draft 2018–2021 Animal Care and Management IRC Skills Forecast and Proposed Schedule of Work. IRC Skills Forecasts and Proposed Schedules of Work identify skills gaps, emerging skills needs and associated training needs for industry and determine whether there is a need to change training packages (i.e. units of competency, skill sets and qualifications). The documents propose a plan for reviewing and developing the relevant units, skill sets and qualifications, which is then submitted from the relevant … Read More

Feedback Sought – Work Safely Around Animals (Infection Control) Project

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A skill set and 12 units of competency are now available for your review and feedback. This project has reviewed five existing units of competency and developed seven new units for the ACM Animal Care and Management Training Package. The project aims to describe infection control skills and outcomes for workers in the animal care and management industry. A key focus of the project is to define the skills and knowledge to minimise the transfer of disease from animals to … Read More

Farriery Project: Consultation & Validation on Draft Qualifications, Skill Set and Units

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Consultation The Animal Care and Management Industry Reference Committee (IRC) are seeking feedback on the new Certificate III in Equine Barefoot Care qualification that was developed in response to strong industry feedback from the equine barefoot trimmers to have a nationally recognised qualification and consistent training. The Certificate III in Equine Barefoot Care will replace the draft Equine Hoof Care Skill Set that was developed for the first round of public consultation. A new Basic Equine Hoof Care Skill Set has been developed for consultation. It was identified for … Read More

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