Certificate I in Agri-Food (Pathways)

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Subjects

Packaging Rules

-To be awarded a Certificate I in Agri-Food (Pathways), competency must be achieved in the following seven units of competency: -All 3 Core pathways units Core pathways units (refer to the unit list at the end of this section) -andone Technical unit from the list of industry core units Technical units (refer to the unit list at the end of this section) -and(where add topic AGFCMN202A Contribute to work activities to produce food is chosen as the technical unit:) -3 Elective units from Rural Production specialisation Elective units - Rural Production specialisation (refer to the unit list at the end of this section) -or two units from the above list of imported elective agri-food units plus one from any other endorsed Training Package at Certificate I or II level. -or(where add topic AGFCMN201A Contribute to animal care through work activities is chosen as the technical unit:) -3 Elective units from Animal Care & Management specialisation Elective units - Animal Care & Management specialisation (refer to the unit list at the end of this section) -or two units from the above list of imported elective agri-food units plus one from any other endorsed Training Package at Certificate I or II level. -andnote that the technical units from the industry core units are designed for use only in a Pathways qualification or skills set. They should not be used in other instances as replacements for units that have direct job outcomes.

Packaging Groups:

Core pathways units

Code

Title

add topic AGFCMN101A

Adapt to work requirements in agri-food industry

add topic AGFCMN102A

Apply effective work practices

add topic AGFCMN103A

Demonstrate care and apply safe practices at work

Technical units

Code

Title

add topic AGFCMN201A

Contribute to animal care through work activities

add topic AGFCMN202A

Contribute to work activities to produce food

Elective units - Rural Production specialisation

Code

Title

add topic RTE1001A

Support agricultural crop work

add topic RTE1601A

Support irrigation work

add topic RTE2029A

Assist agricultural crop maintenance

add topic RTE2030A

Assist agricultural crop harvesting

add topic RTE2114A

Monitor water supplies

add topic RTF1004A

Support gardening work

Elective units - Animal Care & Management specialisation

Code

Title

add topic RUV1101A

Prepare for animal care work

add topic RUV1102A

Support animal care work

add topic RUV1103A

Support animal care cleaning activities

add topic RUV1104A

Maintain the animal care workplace


Pathways...

    Not applicable.


Entry Requirements

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Licensing Information

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Employability Skills

QUALIFICATION SUMMARY

Employability Skill

Industry/enterprise requirements for this qualification include:

Communication

complete all reporting as required

report anything unusual

alert appropriate individuals

record results

complete logs and reports

receive and relay oral and written messages

interpret oral or written messages

respond to information

complete workplace forms

Teamwork

role of individual in organisational structure

individual role in achieving section, team, plant and company objectives

work in a team

identify individual tasks that are part of team requirements

Problem solving

recognise common problems

identify problems and take required action

respond to routine problems

Initiative and enterprise

take appropriate corrective action

select appropriate equipment

distinguish between urgent and non-urgent tasks

Planning and organising

organise relevant equipment and tools

organise requests and tasks

planning and workplace procedures

key factors are identifying, scheduling and performing

plan own work

plan and organise activities

organise daily work plan

Self management

find out what is required for the job

recognise a situation requiring action

implement within appropriate time constraints

complete own work activities

identify task requirements and work role

plan own work

meet timelines

seek assistance from other team members where appropriate

Learning

recognise anything unusual

self-check numerical information

clarify cleaning duties

ask questions of appropriate personnel

seek advice from relevant personnel

Technology

use equipment

turn equipment on and off as required by procedures

monitor equipment

make measurements

use computer system

use measuring devices