The AHC50516 Diploma of Arboriculture is aimed at candidates who have been working in the arboricultural, local government (parks and gardens) and/or power line clearance industries for a minimum of five years. The Diploma covers the role of the consulting arborist as well as para legal arborists.
|Core Units of Competency:|
An additional two elective units chosen by the student within the packaging rules.
|ArbTrack Entry Requirements:||Learners must be able bodied and must have full use of all limbs. Learners must have good hearing, or wear a hearing aid device to allow them to easily communicate with other personnel. Learners must have good vision, and if corrected vision then they must wear their prescription glasses/contact lenses to the course, including using prescription safety glasses for works operation. Learners must be in a fit state for work. Learners must understand and speak the English language fluently.|
|Duration:||2 years for new entrants. Recognition of prior learning is offered to all candidates, which may significantly reduce the time taken to complete the qualification.|
|Ratio:||Ratio will be different per unit of competency, but averages at 10 to 1.|
|Cost:||Cost will depend on which stream is done. Please contact the office for an accurate quote.|
|Assessment:||Written, practical demonstration and verbal assessments, as well as assignments and portfolios.|
|Expiry:||The status of this qualification can be seen at TGA.|
|What to Bring:||Candidates will need to bring their own personal protective equipment which will be discussed during the first lesson.
Notebook and pen/s.
Your own lunch.
|Arbtrack RTO Code:||41047|
RPL (Recognition of Prior Learning) and CT (Credit Transfer) are available, at a separate cost. Please contact the office for more information.
ArbTrack is responsible for the compliance of training and assessment.