Course overviewBack to Primary Industries, Horticulture & Environment
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Gain the specialised skills and knowledge you need to improve your career path, increase productivity, reduce costs and improve quality in relation to wine grape growing.
The Tasmanian wine industry continues to move from strength to strength, enjoying an international reputation for premium products.
This course is ideal if you are working in a production-related role that requires an application of wine industry specific skills and knowledge, including some technical and problem solving ability.
As well as gaining lots of hands-on practical operational experience, you’ll also learn how to implement a food safety program and procedures, operate vineyard machinery and equipment, and report on workplace performance.
You’ll also gain valuable experience monitoring and controlling vine disorders and damage, implementing a soil management program, and learning how to maintain workplace safety processes in the Wine industry context.
This course is available as an Australian Apprenticeship and also to those working within the Wine industry.
Locations, dates & times
|Alanvale||1 Feb 2021 -|
31 Jan 2024
You can commence this course at any time as this course is self paced. You will be visited in the workplace and also expected to attend classes on campus where scheduled.
|Clarence||1 Feb 2021 -|
31 Jan 2024
You can commence this course at any time as this course is self paced. You will be visited in the workplace and also expected to attend classes on campuses where scheduled.
- Vineyard Supervisor
- Vineyard Manager
- Vineyard Owner/Operator