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Agriculture Course Information

Clare, QLD

Subject: Gardening

This guide compliments the Australian Agricultural College Corporation 2010 Training Guide. It aims to assist prospective students identify the most appropriate “agricultural” course of study to meet their own personal needs and career aspirations. Other guides are available to assist in the selection of “Horticulture” and “Conservation and Land Management” course offerings.

Courses with the same qualification outcome e.g. a “Certificate II in Rural Operations”; “Certificate IV in Agriculture” etc. may use different units of competencies to meet particular industry or regional needs...

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This guide compliments the Australian Agricultural College Corporation 2010 Training Guide. It aims to assist prospective students identify the most appropriate “agricultural” course of study to meet their own personal needs and career aspirations. Other guides are available to assist in the selection of “Horticulture” and “Conservation and Land Management” course offerings.

Courses with the same qualification outcome e.g. a “Certificate II in Rural Operations”; “Certificate IV in Agriculture” etc. may use different units of competencies to meet particular industry or regional needs. Further, the number of courses offered and the pathways between these courses may differ on each campus. By listing the courses, and the common and specific units of competency used in each course, at each campus, this guide enables students to make an informed choice as to which course/campus combination best meets their particular need. For more specific information or advice on course selection or how the training is delivered please contact the Campus of your choice.

Campus based courses are offered at the Certificate I/II, III, IV and Diploma level. Within each course the College offers a variety of specialisations and pathways. Students can select their preferred pathway as well as their qualification entry and exit points.

Providing they meet the prerequisite requirements students can enrol in a single qualification, at any level from Certificate I/II to Diploma, and complete this course in one semester. Nevertheless, a common pathway for many students is to enrol in, and complete the 4 or 5 consecutive qualifications; graduating with a Diploma after two years of full time study. While provision is made for students to progress to a Diploma level program on all campuses, students may elect to move between campuses to undertake particular pathways (Figure 1) or specialisations or to take advantage of the regional variations offered at each campus.

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When

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Where

School Rd
Clare, QLD 4807

Skill level

Beginner

 

The teachers

This guide compliments the Australian Agricultural College Corporation 2010 Training Guide. It aims to assist prospective...

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This guide compliments the Australian Agricultural College Corporation 2010 Training Guide. It aims to assist prospective students identify the most appropriate “agricultural” course of study to meet their own personal needs and career aspirations. Other guides are available to assist in the selection of “Horticulture” and “Conservation and Land Management” course offerings.

Courses with the same qualification outcome e.g. a “Certificate II in Rural Operations”; “Certificate IV in Agriculture” etc. may use different units of competencies to meet particular industry or regional needs. Further, the number of courses offered and the pathways between these courses may differ on each campus. By listing the courses, and the common and specific units of competency used in each course, at each campus, this guide enables students to make an informed choice as to which course/campus combination best meets their particular need. For more specific information or advice on course selection or how the training is delivered please contact the Campus of your choice.

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Offered through

Australian Agricultural College Corporation