AHC21216 - Certificate II in Rural Operations
The Certificate II in Rural Operations qualification provides you with the skills and knowledge needed to work in varied capacities in agriculture, horticulture, and animal care.
Course OverviewDepending on the units selected individuals can be employed not only in rural industries but also other rural and regional sectors, such as local government, tourism, hospitality, transport, construction, community services, information technology and metals.
Industry expects individuals with this qualification to carry out routine tasks under general supervision and exercise limited autonomy with some accountability for their own work.
This qualification is suitable for an Australian Apprenticeship.
Entry RequirementsThere are no specific entry requirements for this course however a sufficient level of language, literacy and numeracy is required for students to be able to complete the required assessments.
Course StructureTotal number of units = 15
Core Units = 3
Elective Units = 12
AHCWRK204 - Work effectively in the industry
AHCWRK209 - Participate in environmentally sustainable work practices
Work health and safety
AHCWHS201 - Participate in work health and safety processes
*Elective units may vary by location or negotiation
Course DeliveryYou have up to 12 months to complete the course.
AssessmentAssessment is based on competency (the ability to demonstrate specific skills), depending on delivery, may be undertaken through a combination of observation and discussion, case studies and written assignments.
Recognition & CreditYou may already have significant experience in some of the areas covered by this qualification. If you can provide sufficient evidence of this you may be able to meet the course requirements by a recognition pathway. Contact Civil safety for further information.
If you have already have acquired some of the units of competency in this qualification and be eligible for a direct credit for completed units. In order to claim a credit for these units Civil Safety must sight an original Statement of Attainment from the issuing registered training organisation.
SupportYou will be required to complete a pre-enrolment assessment as part of the enrolment process. The pre-enrolment assessment assists in evaluating your suitability for the course and to tailor any required support services to meet your individual needs. If required, a representative from Civil Safety may contact you to discuss alternative options or available support services to assist you with your course.
During your studies, you will receive feedback after each assessment/assignment and the trainer/assessor will be available to discuss the feedback or provide additional assistance or direction as appropriate.
CertificationA qualification testamur and transcript will be issued by Civil safety upon successful completion of course requirements, provided that all administrative requirements have been met and course fees are paid in full. In these circumstances, certificate will be issued within 30 days.
Where a student does not complete all course components, a statement of attainment listing successfully completed units will be issued by Civil Safety within 30 days of course completion/exit as long as applicable outstanding fees are paid.
EnrolmentEnrolment is contingent upon an application being accepted. Factors considered in the evaluation of enrolment applications include meeting course entry requirements, eligibility for a training subsidy (where applicable) and acceptance or any applicable terms of enrolment.
It is a condition of enrolment in any nationally recognised training (accredited) programme that you supply the training organisation with a valid unique student identifier (USI). If you don’t already have a USI, you can apply for one online at www.usi.gov.au.
Enrolment is confirmed upon payment of applicable fees, Civil Safety will collect no more than $1500 of the total fee on initial enrolment.