AHC41316 Certificate IV in Wool Classing
Course Code: AHC41316 DURATION: Up to 18 Months
- Available in SA and Victoria
AHC41316 Certificate IV in Wool Classing is a nationally accredited course enabling graduates to become a professional wool classer registered with the Australian Wool Exchange (AWEX). COURSE FEE GUIDE: Concession Student Fee $200 Funded Student Fee $1000 Full Fee Student $1250 International Student $2500 Extra Cost for Course Materials $300 Training is delivered with Victorian, South Australian & Commonwealth Government Funding. To confirm your individual fee contact our office. COURSE DURATION: Over a period of up to 18 months. PRE-REQUISITES: None. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS: Aged 18 years or over with an understanding of the wool industry. DELIVERY LOCATIONS: Statewide across SA and Victoria. ENROLMENT: This course has rolling enrolments all year at different locations across SA and Victoria. This means you can chose the closest location that you prefer to study and enrol when the next block begins. In SA courses are held in 2 x 5 day blocks followed by in-shed training in your workplace for your practical assessment. In Victoria courses are held either on weekends, night classes or during the week depending on your area. Contact our office to discuss and we will find the best fit to suit your needs. At SCAA Shearer Woolhandler Training Inc. (SCAA SWTI) our focus is on real, hands on training to help you not only gain the knowledge and skills you need, but also to help you gain insights into the wool industry. Our organisation is the leading provider of nationally accredited courses for the wool industry. Our AHC41316 Certificate IV in Wool Classing will provide you with a combination of real hands on experience in-shed and comprehensive theoretical studies that will help you perform and succeed in the wool Industry. Our training places a strong focus on helping you develop personal qualities in leadership, teamwork, organisation, and excellent communication skills. Graduates of our courses are highly sought after by the wool industry due to the high level of training, leading to excellent employment outcomes. The course develop skills in the following areas: • Appraise wool & determine characteristics that effect final product value • Manage shearing & crutching operations • Class wool to industry code of practice standards • Prepare wool clips for sale • Liaise with wool growers & brokers to determine classing strategies • Work safely to meet WHS requirements • Implement & monitor quality assurance processes and much more.
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