Course In Minimising The Risks In The Use Of 1080 Pest Animal Bait Products For Vertebrate Pest Control
|Campus||Shepparton - William Orr|
22275VIC Course for Minimising Risks in the Use of 1080 Pest Animal Bait Products for Vertebrate Pest Control is a short accredited course. Successful applicants will be issued with a Statement of Attainment for the unit VU21625 Implement the legislative requirements for the Use of 1080 Pest Animal Bait Products for Vertebrate Pest Control. The 22275VIC Course in Minimising Risks in the Use of 1080 Pest Animal Bait Products for Vertebrate Pest Control aims to train participants in the safe, legal and effective use of 1080 (sodium fluoroacetate) pest animal bait products for vertebrate pest control in Victoria. Successful completion of the course will enable Victorian course participants to apply for a 1080 endorsement to a person’s existing Agricultural Chemical Users Permit (ACUP). Successful completion of the course will enable Victorian course participants who hold a Commercial Operators Licence (COL) (vermin destroyers endorsement) or staff working for a COL holder, Pest Control Licence (for pest animal control) or Pilot Chemical Ratings Licence to purchase and use 1080 pest animal bait products but does not require them to apply for an endorsement to purchase and use 1080.
After gaining the 22275VIC Course for Minimising Risks in the Use of 1080 Pest Animal Bait Products for Vertebrate Pest Control, you might wish to undertake further study in the AHC40116 Certificate IV in Agriculture – AHCCHM402 Plan and implement a chemical use program.
The 22275VIC Course in Minimising Risks in the Use of 1080 Pest Animal Bait Products for Vertebrate Pest Control is designed for those wishing to further their knowledge and skills to seek employment in the Agriculture / pest control industry as a “1080 User”. Working in this industry may involve working outdoors and indoors in a variety of weather conditions, and operating a range of machinery, equipment and vehicles.
|Shepparton – William Orr||Northern Victoria – Agriculture; Online & Classroom Attendance / 2018|
|Shepparton – William Orr||Northern Victoria – Horticulture; Online/Classroom Attendance / 2018|
|Shepparton – William Orr||Northern Victoria – Agriculture/Flexible Learning; Online & Classroom Attendance|
|Shepparton – William Orr||Northern Victoria – Horticulture/Flexible Learning; Online/Classroom Attendance|
|Govt Subsidised-Standard Concession||$31.20|
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In order to meet eligibility requirements to undertake this course, a person must meet the following training requirements; Provide one of the following original documents or permits, or a certified photocopy of the original Statement of Attainment or enrolment in the following units (that will be completed prior to the commencement of the Course in Minimising Risks in the Use of 1080 Pest Animal Bait Products for Vertebrate Pests): • AHCCHM303A (formerly RTC3704A) Prepare and apply chemicals; and • AHCCHM201A (formerly RTC2706A) Apply chemicals under supervision or • AHCCHM304A – Transport, handle and store chemicals. Or • Completion of a course in pest animal control which satisfies the requirements of the Commercial Operator License (vermin destroyer endorsement) or be employed by someone holding a COL (vermin destroyer endorsement) which includes the units: • AHCCHM303A and AHCCHM201A, AHCPMG402A and AHCVPT302A Or • Completion of a course in pest animal control which satisfies the requirements of the Pest Control License (pest animal control) such as: Pest Animal Management Course (conducted by Victorian College of Agriculture and Horticulture and Victorian Colleges of TAFE); • Statement of Attainment in the Pest Animal Management Unit of the Diploma of Applied Science (Natural Resource Management) issued by a registered education and training organization; • Certificate for recognition of current competencies or prior learning in pest animal control issued by a registered education and training organisation.
22275VIC – Core Units
VU21625 – Implement the legislative requirements for the use of 1080 pest animal bait product
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Development, Jobs, Transport and Resources (DEDJTR) to appropriately trained chemical users, which authorises the purchase of ‘restricted supply’ chemicals and use of ‘restricted use’ chemicals (i.e. higher risk chemicals) in Victoria.
ACUPs do not authorise the holder to use these chemicals for a fee or reward (e.g. to operate as a spray contractor).
A recognised training course in agvet chemical use (or equivalent) that includes:
the unit AHCCHM303 – Prepare and apply chemicals , and
the unit AHCCHM304 – Transport and store chemicals
from the Agriculture, Horticulture, Conservation & Land Management training package (e.g. Agvet Chemical User Course run byAusChem Victoria, various TAFE institutes and private providers).
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