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Agriculture, Environmental and Related Studies
Wool and Fibre Harvesting
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This qualification is for people who are new to the wool harvesting industry. The qualification is for people entering the wool harvesting industry with no previous experience or with limited wool harvesting industry skills.
The compulsory section recognises the skills required for all new entrants to the wool harvesting industry. Qualification holders will have knowledge of wool pressing; woolshed operational requirements; wool harvesting procedures; hydration, nutrition, and sleep for physical wellbeing; and care and timeliness. They will also have the skills to assist with wool pressing; protect their own health and safety; apply listening skills; work in a team; communicate with people from other cultures; and participate in a one-to-one interview.
Through strands, the qualification recognises the skills needed by the shearing and wool handling sectors of the wool harvesting industry. People pursuing careers in the shearing sector can select the Learner Shearer Strand, and those pursuing a career in wool handling in a woolshed environment can select the Learner Wool Handler Strand.
People who select the Learner Shearer Strand will have the skills to grind combs and cutters; set up a machine shearing handpiece and maintain down-tube of shearing plant; machine shear sheep under supervision; and dag and crutch sheep by machine with prepared equipment.
People who select the Learner Wool Handler Strand will have the skills to prepare the wool clip.
On completion of this qualification, with the Learner Wool Handler Strand people can progress to either the National Certificate in Wool Harvesting (Wool Pressing) (Level 3) [Ref: 1057]; or the National Certificate in Wool Harvesting (Wool Handler) (Level 3) [Ref: 1058], for both of which this qualification is a prerequisite for award. On completion of this qualification with the Learner Shearer Strand people can progress to the National Certificate in Wool Harvesting (Junior Shearer) (Level 2) [Ref: 1547], for which this qualification is a prerequisite for award.
This qualification is part of a series developed for the wool harvesting sector. A qualification pathways diagram can be found at the end of this document.
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Total Enrolments for National Certificate in Wool Harvesting (Entry) for 2015: 0, 2016: 0, 2017: 0 and 2018: 0
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