Learn about the Fencing Industry
Why we need training packages
Nationally accredited training packages
Training packages in the fencing industry are essential as they encompass nationally recognised skill standards tailored to specific job roles, ensuring standardised and comprehensive training for professionals in the field.
What do training packages help to deliver?
Training facilitates development, training and assessment by imparting knowledge, building skills, and enabling evaluation to enhance individual growth and performance.
Training enhances productivity by equipping workers with the necessary skills, knowledge, and techniques to perform tasks more efficiently and effectively.
Training provides essential knowledge and skills that empower workers to identify and mitigate potential hazards, ensuring a safer environment for employees and the public.
What constitutes training packages?
Units of Competency
Units of Competency represent specific work functions or tasks and serve as fundamental components that collectively build skill sets and qualifications within various industries or job roles.
Skill Sets are specialised industry needs or requirements and include 3 to 7 tailored units, offering a potential pathway towards a qualification or enhancing specific competencies within a given field.
A training qualification for a specific job role typically consists of 15 to 30 specialized units covering essential skills, knowledge, and competencies requisite for that role.
Where are training packages used?
Registered Training Organisations that provide formal training and assessment.
Informal on-the-job learning and assessment.
What additional help is provided?
Training packages also include companion volumes, materials and tools to assist with the implementation of units, qualifications and skill sets.
2024 Rural Fencing Skill Set
Rural/Farm Fencing Units
- Participate in workplace health and safety processes
- Carry out basic electric fencing operations
- Install, maintain and repair farm fencing
- Plan and construct conventional fencing
This course is scheduled to take place via TAFE NSW during 2024.
The first course is planned for Term 1 at the TAFE campus in Orange New South Wales.
Units & Assessment Requirements
Click on the button below for comprehensive details on each of the individual Rural Fencing Units and their Assessment Requirements.
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