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New Project to Review Sports Turf Qualifications & Units

Existing sports turf management qualifications and units of competency are being reviewed as part of a new project that aims to bring them up to date with current industry practices, technologies, equipment and advances in turf agronomy.

Draft qualifications and units will be available for your consideration and feedback in late October, on the Skills Impact website. You can register now for a face-to-face consultation workshop during this time, to provide feedback on the drafts in person.

Seven workshops are planned across states and territories, with two webinars for those unable to attend in person. Please feel free to register for a workshop near you or a webinar by visiting the project page, linked below.

For more information about the project and to register for a workshop or webinar.

Other projects of interest

Below is a list of projects being undertaken by Skills Impact during 2018-2019, in the horticultural and agricultural sectors.

Horticulture Technology Project being scoped:

Skills Impact are currently in consultation with the Commonwealth Department of Education and Training about the skilled activities that will make up the scope of work for protected horticulture and irrigation technology. A project webpages with further information will be available once details have been finalised.