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Course Start date: 06 Oct 2020

This course covers the core unit of competency for licensing within the fumigation industry
CPPPMT3011 Manage organisms by applying fumigants to commodities and environments

ProTrain workshops are CAPPED AT A MAXIMUM OF 10 STUDENTS to allow for a more pro-active learning environment and more beneficial practical sessions

This course is delivered by both classroom and on site practical training delivered over a
Tuesday to Friday
8:00am to 4:30pm

It is highly recommended that candidates have spent a reasonable amount of time assisting a qualified fumigator and have a basic understanding of the fumigation process

The program will include the site environments of Containers, Stacks and Silos while mainly concentrating on Phosphine and Methyl bromide fumigants.
The program will also include the on-site practical aspects of fumigant application and live monitoring using a range of the latest detection and monitoring equipment.
Arrangements can be made for additional units that are required in order to meet state licensing requirements in NSW, SA & WA. Please contact us for details specific to your individual state requirements.

The workshop consists of a mix of theory and practical assessments. Students must successfully complete all assessments to be considered competent. Candidates will be required to demonstrate their competency in a real workplace situation, to show that they are able to transfer the skills and knowledge they have acquired during this workshop.
Upon successful completion of the course, candidates will be issued with a Statement of Attainment, plus the Site Environment Declaration required by Qld Health and a Gas Specific Declaration required by some other states for licensing - Vic, Tas, SA & NT
(Candidates will then need to apply to their relevant state body - for a Fumigators Licence).

Biro, pencil, calculator
PPE - full face mask & appropriate respirator cartridge will be required as candidates will be entering the actual designated Risk Area during the practical work tasks.
Gas cannisters required for the workshop should be of the "AX" O type suitable for Methyl bromide. (ProTrain is able to supply these if required, please indicate this when booking).
Suitable clothing and footwear on practical days (typically days 3 & 4) including high visibility shirt or vest, long trousers, enclosed shoes, hat & sunscreen

Program fee is $1950.00
Fee is inclusive of all venue charges, practical on-site charges, consumables, presentation materials, text books, and handouts.
Morning tea and lunch is also provided within the course fee.

Payment can be made via EFTPOS, direct deposit or cheque any time prior to workshop commencement.

ProTrain reserves the right to postpone any workshop if minimum numbers are not met.

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