Certificate IV in Fisheries Compliance - SFI40411

Australian Fisheries Academy

Entry Requirements:

Not Applicable

Subjects you can Study:

Prepare a brief of evidence; Gather information through interviews; Contribute to assessment; Gather and manage evidence; Receive and validate data; Plan the surveillance operation; Monitor fish catches for legal compliance; Operate and maintain surveillance equipment; Board vessel at sea; Facilitate effective communication in the workplace; Produce formal record of interview; Advise on progress of investigations; Maintain operational safety; Provide work skill instruction; Plan and undertake patrol operations; Operate in remote areas; Collect reliable scientific data and samples; Implement aquaculture compliance; Operate an observation post; Perform mobile surveillance; Investigate non-compliance; Apply basic food handling and safety practices; Perform post-surveillance duties; Manage own professional performance; Identify risk and apply risk management processes; Analyse and report onboard observations; Monitor data for indicators of fraud; Promote fisheries management awareness programs; Undertake prosecution procedures for magistrate's court; Monitor and record fishing operations; Uphold and support the values and principles of public service; Implement and monitor environmentally sustainable work practices; Meet workplace OHS requirements; Administer the district office; Give evidence; Exercise regulatory powers; Contribute to team effectiveness

Study Pathways:

Pathways into the qualificationEntry into this qualification may be:by direct entry without prior skillsafter completing a SFI30411 Certificate III in Fisheries Complianceafter working in other compliance roles such as in policing and marine and other transportafter completing studies, tertiary or vocational, in marine environmental management.Pathways from the qualificationAfter achieving this qualification, candidates may undertake:SFI50411 Diploma of Fisheries Compliance. The Diploma is usually undertaken by fisheries officers as part of their career development and the agency's workforce development plan.

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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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