Forestry & Timber Projects Qualifications & Units Available for Validation

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You’re invited to provide feedback on the redrafted qualifications, skill sets and units of competency relating to Advances in Wood Machining and Sawdoctoring, and Sawmill Timber and Process Optimisation. The documents will be available on our website for validation and feedback until 11 March 2019. This round of feedback is about checking the documents are logical and factually accurate. Let us know whether the final drafts accurately reflect the current industry skills standards, knowledge and practices and whether all job functions are accurately described. … Read More

Viticulture, Carbon & Agribusiness Management Qualifications & Units Available for Validation

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You’re invited to provide feedback on the redrafted qualifications, skill sets and units of competency for the following two projects. This round of feedback is about checking the documents are logical and factually accurate. We would appreciate your views on whether the final drafts accurately reflect the current industry skills standards, knowledge and practices and whether all job functions are accurately described. You’re encouraged to provide comment on as many of the draft documents as are relevant to you. Please feel free to … Read More

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