Certificate IV in Fisheries Compliance - SFI40319

Australian Fisheries Academy

This qualification reflects the role of individuals who work in a senior or supervising regulatory role for an agency or organisation that has legislated responsibility for fisheries management. In this role, these individuals have responsibility for ensuring that compliance monitoring and administrative procedures comply with legislative and jurisdictional requirements. They plan and promote fisheries management awareness programs for commercial, recreational and traditional fishers and undertake surveillance and report as part of their role. They may have statutory titles such a senior or supervising fisheries officers, compliance officers, inspectors or wardens.All work is carried out to comply with workplace procedures, according to state/territory health and safety, food safety, biosecurity and environmental regulations, legislation and standards that apply to the workplace. Statutory/legislative requirements apply to this qualification and may vary across states and territories. Users are required to check with the relevant jurisdiction for current requirements.

Entry Requirements:

There are no entry requirements for this qualification.

Subjects you can Study:

Conduct an investigation; Give evidence; Perform post-surveillance duties; Manage own professional performance; Contribute to team effectiveness; Apply basic seafood handling and safety practices; Conduct an investigative audit; Gather information through interviews; Prepare a brief of evidence; Monitor and record fishing operations; Undertake patrol operations; Operate in remote areas; Operate four wheel drive vehicle; Board vessel at sea; Implement fisheries compliance; Uphold and support the values and principles of public service; Undertake prosecution procedures for magistrate's court; Perform mobile surveillance; Collect routine fishery management data; Monitor fish catches for legal compliance; Operate and maintain surveillance equipment; Apply regulatory powers; Assess compliance; Collect reliable scientific data and samples; Compile and use official notes; Plan and initiate an investigation; Identify risk and apply risk management processes; Produce formal record of interview; Show leadership in the workplace; Promote fisheries management awareness programs; Analyse and report onboard observations; Drive and manoeuvre trailers; Lead effective workplace relationships; Operate an observation post; Facilitate effective communication in the workplace; Finalise an investigation; Maintain workplace safety; Plan the surveillance operation; Communicate effectively as a workplace leader

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Campus Mid Year Intake Study Mode Duration
Port Adelaide - Fishing Industry House Dockside
Established in 2014, Australian Fisheries Academy is a Registered Training Organisation (RTO Code: 0649) which provides accredited training and related courses to students in Australia. Australian Fisheries Academy offers 21 courses across 12 study fields. Australian Fisheries Academy courses are offered in 1 location. You can view their campus locations by clicking on the campus tab. If you would like to learn more about Australian Fisheries Academy you can use the contact form listed on our page.

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