You’re invited to provide feedback on the drafts documents that make up the Animal Technology Project. This includes two revised qualifications, 12 revised units of competency, one new skill set, and three new units of competency.
We are seeking feedback on whether the draft documents reflect the current skills standards and practices of industry, and whether job functions are accurately described.
You are welcome to provide feedback on as many of the draft documents as you would like. They will be available for feedback until 28 February 2019.
How to Provide Feedback
The drafts can be downloaded on the project webpage. You then have several options for submitting your feedback:
- online via the feedback hub;
- register for a face-to-face consultation workshop or webinar;
or, by email.
Register for a Consultation Workshop or Webinar
Mon 04 Feb 19, 1pm to 3pm – Hobart – register here
Mon 11 Feb 19, 1pm to 3pm – Brisbane – register here
Wed 13 Feb 19, 1pm to 3pm – Canberra – register here
Mon 18 Feb 19, 1pm to 3pm – Perth – register here
Wed 20 Feb 19, 1pm to 3pm – Adelaide – register here
Mon 25 Feb 19, 10am to 12pm – Melbourne – register here
Tues 26 Feb 19, 1.30pm to 3:30pm – Sydney – register here
Mon 25 Feb 19, 1:30pm to 3:30pm – Webinar – register here
Other Projects of Interest
Two other projects are currently being undertaken within the Animal Care and Management industry. The Animal Incident Management and Horse Education Project are in the planning stage, with drafts anticipated to be available for feedback in early February.
Animal Incident Management Project
This project will develop qualifications, skill sets and units relating to incidents involving large animals, and large groups of animals, with the aim to help minimise the risk of injury to people involved and to improve animal welfare outcomes. This also includes developing and reviewing units around animal first aid.
Visit the project page
Horse Education Project
A particular focus of this project will be developing units of competency that foster a safe environment for learners and ensure the welfare of horses being educated. Also being reviewed and developed are skills around horse branding and identification, and horse transport.
Visit the project page