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Wimmera - Certificate III in Horticulture Information Session

Wed 5 Feb, 12pm - 1pm

Wimmera

Is sharing and growing our sustainable future, working on solutions; encompassing primary industries, technology and management of interest to you? We provide a range of industry relevant learning programs across a broad spectrum of these industries.Located within the Wimmera and Grampians area, Horticulture and Conservation students make the most of our unique location, and undertake hands on learning. Find out more about careers and programs in Certificate III in Horticulture(AHC30716) at this Information Session.Where: Auditorium, Building C, Federation University Wimmera Campus, 289 Baillie St, Horsham When: Wednesday, February 5th, 2020 12.00pm-1.00pmFor further information, contact 5327 6540 or email skillsandjobs@federation.edu.au.  

05
FEB

Certificate III in Horticulture Information Session

Thu 6 Feb, 6pm - 7pm

Rural Sciences Centre, Wendouree, Vic

Is sharing and growing our sustainable future, working on solutions; encompassing primary industries, technology and management of interest to you? We provide a range of industry relevant learning programs across a broad spectrum of these industries.Located within the Rural Sciences Centre within the Lake Wendouree precinct, Horticulture and Conservation students make the most of our unique location, and undertake hands on learning. Find out more about careers and programs in Certificate III in Horticulture  (AHC30716) at this Information Session.Where: Rural Sciences Centre, cnr Gillies & Gregory Sts, WendoureeWhen: Thursday February 6th 2020, 6.00pm to 7.00pm For further information, contact 5327 6540 or email skillsandjobs@federation.edu.au.See full course details at:https://study.federation.edu.au/#/course/DLLP?fromTAFEThis course is in the Free TAFE for Priority Courses list.Concessions available (subject to eligibility).This training is delivered with Victorian and Commonwealth Government funding.RTO code 4909. For further information, contact 5327 6540 or send an email to: skillsandjobs@federation.edu.au 

06
FEB

Agriculture Information Session

Thu 6 Feb, 6pm - 7pm

Rural Sciences Centre, Wendouree, Vic

Australia’s agricultural industry is undergoing an exciting transformation. Deloitte projects that it could be worth an extra $250 billion to the Australian economy over the next 20 years.Meanwhile, new technologies are helping to improve productivity and change age-old practices across the almost 200,000 businesses trading in this sector.You have the option of studying many specialist topics such as pasture management for livestock production, along with the “business side” of this industry with topics including budgeting and whole of farm planning, animal health management and livestock management.You will learn in our specialised Rural Sciences Skills Center, where you can use the equipment and facilities you would find on a modern and well equipped agricultural enterprise.The Certificate III and Certificate IV in Agriculture will give you skills to excel in this area.Find out more about careers and programs in Agriculture at this Information Session.Where: Rural Sciences Centre, cnr Gillies & Gregory Sts, WendoureeWhen: Thursday February 6th 2020, 6.00pm to 7.00pm See full course details at:AHC30116 Certificate III in Agriculture: https://study.federation.edu.au/#/course/DLLF?fromTAFEAHC40116 Certificate IV in Agriculture:https://study.federation.edu.au/#/course/DLMB?fromTAFEThese courses are in the Free TAFE for Priority Courses list.Concessions available (subject to eligibility).This training is delivered with Victorian and Commonwealth Government funding.RTO code 4909. For further information, contact 5327 6540 or send an email to: skillsandjobs@federation.edu.au 

06
FEB

Conservation & Land Management Information Session

Thu 6 Feb, 6pm - 7pm

Rural Sciences Centre, Wendouree, Vic

Within the Certificate III in Agriculture, you gain the skills to create a career protecting our environment. This is the perfect way to learn about all areas of conservation and land management. You'll choose from electives like recognising fauna, surveying pests and operating chainsaws while also learning the important core skills like workplace safety and environmentally sustainable work practices. Then, you can take the next step in your career in roles like community field officer, wildlife officer, weeds operator and more.Within the Diploma of Agriculture, you will becoming an expert in conservation and land management which  means you can work in rural, suburban and metro settings with a large amount of time being spent outdoors. You may wish to work in a laboratory or you might prefer working outdoors. Whichever avenue you choose, you'll have a career with plenty of hands-on work.Find out more about careers and programs in Conservation & Land Management at this Information Session.Where: Rural Sciences Centre, cnr Gillies & Gregory Sts, WendoureeWhen: Thursday 6th February 2020, 6.00pm to 7.00pm See full course details at:AHC31416 Certificate III in Agriculture: https://study.federation.edu.au/#/course/DLLM?fromTAFEAHC51116 Diploma in Agriculture: https://study.federation.edu.au/#/course/DLLI?fromTAFEThis training is delivered with Victorian and Commonwealth Government funding.RTO code 4909. For further information, contact 5327 6540 or send an email to: skillsandjobs@federation.edu.au 

06
FEB

Certificate IV Wool Classing Information Session

Thu 6 Feb, 6pm - 7pm

Rural Sciences Centre, Wendouree, Vic

Whether you grew up on livestock farm or want to add to your skills in the agriculture industry, this program will train you to apply for registration as an Australian Professional Woolclasser with the Australian Wool Exchange. You'll learn about clip preparation, shed management and wool marketing.Find out more about AHC41316 Certificate IV in Wool Classing at this Information Session.Where: Rural Sciences Centre, cnr Gillies & Gregory Sts, WendoureeWhen: Thursday 6th February, 6.00pm to 7.00pm See full course details at:https://study.federation.edu.au/#/course/DLLG?fromTAFEThis training is delivered with Victorian and Commonwealth Government funding.RTO code 4909. For further information, contact 5327 6540 or send an email to: skillsandjobs@federation.edu.au 

06
FEB