AHC51410 Diploma of Agribusiness Management
AHC51410 Diploma of Agribusiness Management is part of the Agriculture, Horticulture and Conservation and Land Management Training Package. It reflects the role of personnel working on farms, stations and related rural businesses involved in administering and managing those businesses. These units of competency cover all aspects of business management and the operation of the farm/business office. They include the management of all the business assets including financial, physical, animal and human resources. The business operations underpin the successful operation of all rural production businesses and it is imperative for long-term viability that technological skills be integrated with sound business management. This qualification would suit:
- People currently working in the Rural Industry and wanting to gain a qualification
- People who have completed some units of the Diploma of Rural Business Management and now wanting the entire qualification
- People looking for a change in career
- People who need to gain skills to satisfy various industry licensing requirements
If you wish to gain skills by completing selected units please contact the Team, by calling 1300 655 307, for more information.
Dates and Times
People entering this course will have completed a Certificate III in Agriculture or will be able to demonstrate that they have had extensive industry experience. Prospective students will receive initial information during a face to face interview, usually at the workplace. This qualification is offered on a one-on-one basis.
- Selected units only, offered mainly in the workplace
- Information Week: 20 – 24 November 2017 – Open Information Foyer
- Venue: E Block, Burnie Campus, Mooreville Road, Burnie
The majority of learning will take place in the workplace, however it may be necessary for the student to commit some personal time to complete Learning Guides, assignments and access the internet/library etc. This course is for people who are currently employed in a rural workplace. Depending on the employers needs, learning will be on-the-job, however some workshop sessions may be available for selected units of competence. Learning options will include:
- On-the-job – training in a workplace
- Demonstrations – to show you how various tasks are undertaken
- Learning Guides – Books that contain information to assist with learning
- DVDs and Videos – Resources that provide extra support and information
- One-on-one mentoring
- Completed assignments
- Text books recommended by the Assessor
Throughout all assessments, Occupational Health & Safety procedures must be followed. Some options for assessment are:
- Recognition – students may be able to show that they already have the knowledge and skills and don’t need to be assessed again.
- Short written assessment – question and answer style test.
- Projects – group or individual, may be practical or research based
- Assignments – research topic and provide a written response
- Practical – students will be observed doing tasks
- All students may be assessed in the workplace
- If required, other assessment methods may be used for students (eg verbal tests instead of short written tests)
- Testimonials from supervisor
- Photographic and other media evidence
For further details please refer to www.tastafe.tas.edu.au/future/recognition/
Fees and Payments
A selection of units are offered. 10 units are required for the qualification.