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Accredited training is training assessed by a registered training organisation (RTO). It results in a formal, nationally-recognised qualification.
If you’re a stockperson, these qualifications may be necessary to be considered ‘suitably competent’ to work with pigs. They’re also a good way to further develop pork-industry relevant skills.
Here you’ll find some information about the different pig-related courses from Registered Training Organisations (RTOs).
Find accredited training with these registered training organisations (RTOs).
If you’re a graduate of this qualification, you’ll be expected to:
Have an occupational outcome in the pork industry
Perform a range of tasks associated with the role of piggery attendant
Perform tasks involving a broad range of skills
Individuals who gain this qualification will be expected to:
Perform a range of tasks associated with the role of piggery manager
Analyse and synthesise information
Design and communicate solutions to complex problems
Organise yourself and your team
Take broad responsibility for the quality of your team’s work