There are 2 courses available within the Launceston area for people who want to become a farmhand.
Possible job outcomes:
The Certificate III in Agriculture (AHC30116) prepares you for a career in agriculture and for immediate work as a farmhand or station worker. Over 12 months you will learn how to work safely on farms and other agricultural worksites — while choosing study electives in crop management, livestock handling, farm machinery operation and maintenance, fencing and pest control.
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Get qualified as a farm hand (without a work placement) by enrolling in the AHC20116 Certificate II in Agriculture. This nationally recognised training course will teach you how to work safely on a farm — operating a range of machinery (motorbikes, tractors) and carrying out standard jobs (mustering, marking livestock, fencing, weed control). The course takes 9 months to complete and is delivered via a mix of online components, face-to-face, and practical sessions.
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To become a farmhand in Launceston, you may want to consider completing the Certificate II in Agriculture. This qualification will equip you with the skills and knowledge necessary for a career in this industry.
You can train to become a farmhand by completing a qualification with Open Colleges (established in 2002) or RuralBiz Training (established in 2002). Find a course provider near you. Once you make an enquiry, a course advisor will get in touch to discuss your study options and course fees.
You can study a farmhand course in Launceston through online learning, which is a popular method of training as you can learn from the comfort of your own home and complete the course at your own pace. Find a course provider that best suits your needs.
Here are some potential career pathways within livestock and animal production and production horticulture. Click on an occupation to learn more about the role and the qualifications that can help you get started in this industry.
Livestock and Animal Production
$960 weekly pay
Poultry Farm Worker
Sheep Shearing Trainer
$1,440 weekly pay
Dairy Farm Manager
$1,150 weekly pay
$1,350 weekly pay
$1,600 weekly pay
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