SFI40111 Certificate IV in
|Industries:||Agriculture, Forestry and Fishing|
This qualification specifies the competencies relevant to people working as aquaculturists in a supervisory or leadership capacity. A person operating at this level may be expected to comply with legislative requirements as well as implement a range of enterprise policies and procedures. They will also use their knowledge and skills to solve problems, plan for future work activities and take responsibility for others.
The qualification will have application for people working:
A person operating at this level supervises or coordinates a broad range of duties appropriate to work in this sector of the seafood industry which may include:
feeding, handling, harvesting and controlling pests, predators and disease
use of mechanisation, automation or technology to improve production
training and induction of staff, including emergency procedures
compliance with occupational health and safety (OHS), environment, animal welfare and food safety regulations.
Work may vary between aquaculture and live holding enterprises.
Job role titles may include:
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