Courses

Course Details

Port Adelaide:
TBA

Cost:
$3800. Please see our latest timetable for all current prices.

Pre-requisites:
Nil

Other relevant links:
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Course Information

The following information about the Certificate III qualification is from the current Seafood Industry training package.

This qualification can lead to a Diploma of Seafood Industry (Fisheries Compliance) and may lead to a job as a Fisheries Officer with a state or Commonwealth agency.

This qualification is intended for people who have or are seeking a career as a Fisheries Officer.

Learner Proifile
Learners will typically be mature age, will quite often work in the seafood industry or have a related qualification in aquaculture, marine biology or fisheries management and come with work/life experiences.

No prior training is required but demand for limited positions often means candidates with other qualifications or seafood industry experience are successful in going a position in the course.

Minimum essential requirement to work as a Fisheries Officer and embark on a sought after career.

This qualification requires a good command of spoken English, the capacity to read and interpret operational documentation and the ability to write at the level needed to competently prepare reports and court evidence.

This qualification requires the learner to have reasonable computer skills in Word etc as well as basic small vessel deckhand skills.

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Training Programme
The qualification is conducted over a two-week block. Full attendance is required to complete the course. Those wishing to apply should contact Maureen Jones by email on mjones@afa.edu.au

Code
Units of Competency
Duration
Location
   
2 Weeks
Port Adelaide
SFICORE101C
Apply basic food handling and safety practices
SFICORE105B
Work effectively in the Seafood Industry
SFICORE106B
Meet workplace OHS requirements
PSPETHC301B
Uphold the values and principles of public service
PSPLEGN301B
Comply with legislation in the public sector
SFICOMP302C
Exercise compliance powers
SFICOMP308C
Monitor catches for legal compliance
SFICOMP315A
Support the judicial process
SFICOMP316A
Gather collate and record information
SFICOMP317A
Facilitate effective communication in the workplace
SFICOMP318A
Perform administrative duties
       
Maritime Operations: Elements of Shipboard Safety
   
(Separate enrolment)
Duration
Location
MARF001
Apply basic survival skills in the event of vessel abandonment
3 days
Port Adelaide
MARF002
Follow procedures to minimize and fight fires on board a vessel
MARF004
Meet work health and safety requirements
MARF005
Survive at sea using survival craft
       
Maritime Operations: Marine Radio
   
(Separate enrolment)
Duration
Location
MARC020
Transmit and receive information by marine radio
2 Days
Port Adelaide

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