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CRICOS Course Code:
Durationplant biosecurity:
6 Months
Course Expiry:
 30 March 2017. No further enrolments after this date.
Classification :
  ANZSCO Code: 234 111
 Study Mode:
National Students:
Classroom face to faceOnline – MoodleDistance
International Students:
Classroom face to face only (20 hours per week)



Unit & Assessment Information:

To attain 10024NAT Graduate Certificate in Applied Agricultural Production participants are required to successfully complete all 5 units of competency. Participants who do not complete the course will be issued with a Statement of Attainment for the units of competency which they successfully complete.

AAPMPB805AManage plant biosecurity Portfolio 1  Extended Answer QuestionsPortfolio 2 Product / Crop Biosecurity Assessment QuestionsPortfolio 3 Biosecurity ManualExamination Closed Book Course Credit
AAPMIN802AManage the introduction of new agricultural systems Portfolio Task 1.1: Situational analysis of the Australian conventional apple industryPortfolio Task 1.2: Situational analysis of the Australian Organics industryPortfolio Task 2: The Australian organic certification processPortfolio Task 3: Organic apple production strategiesExamination  (Closed Book)
AAPAPS804AAssess plants suitability for agricultural production Portfolio Task 1: Site EvaluationPortfolio Task 2: Alternative Crop SuitabilityPortfolio Task 3: Cultivar Evaluation &Crop Manipulation Studies: A Literature ReviewExamination (Closed Book)
AAPMNP803AManage Nursery Production Portfolio Task 1.1: Operational PlanPortfolio Task 1.2: Human Resource ManagementPortfolio Task 2: Propagation RequirementsPortfolio Task 3: The Controlled Growing EnvironmentPortfolio Task 4: Plant Health Management StrategiesExamination (Closed Book)
AAPMIA801AManage integrated approaches to sustainable soil management Portfolio Task 1: Assess soil health and biological activity for crop productionPortfolio Task 2: Develop a strategy for soil nutrient managementPortfolio Task 3: Develop a soil water management strategyPortfolio Task 4: Develop an Environmental Management System (EMS)Examination (Closed Book)



Entry requirements:
Age:  18 plus
Language, Literacy and Numeracy: Completion of Language, Literacy and Numeracy Assessment, asssessed by Language Studies Department
Academic: Applicants must be able to demonstrate an aptitude to complete the course based on previous experience and qualifications. Candidates may demonstrate this by:Having obtained a Bachelor or higher education qualification and wish to expand their knowledge and skills in agricultural production, or
Having obtained an Advanced Diploma/Diploma qualification and have significant relevant vocational practice and wish to expand their knowledge and skills in agricultural production, or
Being currently employed (five years) in an organisation engaged in the technical aspects of managing agricultural production and need a formal qualification, or
Being currently employed (five years) in large agricultural businesses in related areas such as sales where they are required to provide technical advice  and services to clients, or
Having started their own agricultural businesses and require technical skill refinement in good crop establishment and managing product quality.In addition, participants entering the course may be required to complete a skills examination and/or provide a third party/employer certification of the participant’s ability to manage a work team or a project.
 Tuition Costs

Please see fee schedule from relevant National or International Student page.


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