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87 An Information Session may be required. Check the Course Information Leaflet, contact the college or visit our website wsi.tafensw.edu.au. There are no fee exemptions or concessions available for WSI PLUS courses. For more information, visit wsi.tafensw.edu.au/wsiplus Key: Application required WSI PLUS fee applies International Student Code Course in (NRT) Smarttrain -- Chemical Risk Management Course No: 9017 National Code: 91187NSW Duration: 1 day Location: Richmond Description: Develop risk management procedures for the safe transport, storage and handling, mixing and loading, application and disposal of agricultural chemicals. Maintain adequate records and develop an Integrated Pest Management (IPM) approach to controlling pests. Entry Requirements: Refer to the Course Information Leaflet for pre-requisite units. You must have language, literacy and numeracy skills that enable you to reading and understanding chemical labels and Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS). Career Opportunities: Chemical Application Manager, Chemical Application Supervisor. WSI PLUS fees apply Certificate II in (NRT) Sustainable Energy (Career Start) Course No: 17743 National Code: UEE22107 Duration: 1 year part-time Location: Mount Druitt Description: For people wishing to become involved in the Sustainable Energy Industries. It provides competencies to solve simple circuit problems, provide basic sustainable energy solutions and promote sustainable energy practices following prescribe routines. Entry Requirements: There are no formal educational requirements; however, you should have the equivalent of four to five years of secondary school education. Career Opportunities: Sustainable energy technology and sustainable energy management worker. Certificate IV in (NRT) Wool Classing Course No: 1011 National Code: RTE40303 Duration: 2 years part-time Location: Richmond Description: This is for people in the sheep and wool industry with industry experience who want to become professional wool classers. You will learn technical, supervisory and management skills of a professional wool classer and shed manager. Entry Requirements: NSW School Certificate or equivalent plus relevant industrial experience, or relevant industry experience. Advanced Standing - Certificate II in Wool Handling or Certificate III in Wool Clip Preparation. Career Opportunities: Professional Wool Classer. Certificate III in (NRT) Wool Clip Preparation Course No: 1014 National Code: RTE31403 Duration: 2 years part-time Location: Richmond Description: This is for people in the sheep and wool industry with some expertise who want to class their own wool. It is also suitable for owners of sheep and wool operations who want to enhance their technical knowledge and skills and become registered as a wool classer so that they can class their own wool clip. Entry Requirements: NSW School Certificate or equivalent, or relevant experience. Advanced Standing - Certificate II in Wool Handling. Career Opportunities: Owner Wool Classer. Certificate II in (NRT) Wool Handling Course No: 1017 National Code: RTE20303 Duration: 1 year part-time Location: Richmond Description: This course is for people who want to enter the shearing industry or who work in the wool industry with no expertise but who want to develop basic wool handling and shed hand skills. Entry Requirements: There are no formal educational requirements. Career Opportunities: Shearing Shed Board Person.