Certificate III in Wine Industry Operations

National ID: FDF30411
State ID: D684
Qualification level:

Course is available at the following locations

Public
South Regional TAFE

This qualification targets those performing production related roles that require an application of wine industry specific skill and knowledge, including some technical and problem solving ability. You can choose to learn skills that relate to wine grape growing, cellar operations, cellar door sales or wine tourism, bottling and packaging.

Not all study modes are offered at all campuses. Please check with your local campus for study modes and elective units offered.

Units

Unit NameUnit TypeNational IDUnit of Study
Sample Soils And Interpret ResultsElecAHCSOL401BAR13
Participate In Environmentally Sustainable Work PracticesCoreMSAENV272BD3655
Implement The Food Safety Program And ProceduresCoreFDFFS2001AD4537
Participate In OHS ProcessesCoreFDFOHS2001AD4574
Contribute To OHS ProcessesCoreFDFOHS3001AD4575
Apply Quality Systems And ProceduresCoreFDFOP2063AD4651
Provide And Apply Workplace InformationCoreFDFOP2064AD4652
Report On Workplace PerformanceCoreFDFPPL3002AD4661
Evaluate Wines (Standard)ElecFDFCD2003AS7866
Perform Oak Handling ActivitiesElecFDFCEL2001AS7873
Perform Fermentation OperationsElecFDFCEL2002AS7874
Operate The Pressing ProcessElecFDFCEL2005AS7877
Operate The Fine Filtration ProcessElecFDFCEL2010AS7882
Operate The Crushing ProcessElecFDFCEL2016AS7888
Prepare And Make Additions And FiningsElecFDFCEL2017AS7889
Carry Out Inert Gas Handling OperationsElecFDFCEL2018AS7890
Carry Out Transfer OperationsElecFDFCEL2019AS7891
Perform Basic Analytical TestsElecFDFLAB2001AS7951
Use Basic Laboratory EquipmentElecFDFLAB2011AS7961
Hand Prune VinesElecFDFWGG2003AS7981
Operate The Irrigation SystemElecFDFWGG2014AS7992
Pick Grapes By HandElecFDFWGG2024AS8002
Coordinate Canopy Management ActivitiesElecFDFWGG3002AS8005
Implement An Irrigation ScheduleElecFDFWGG3007AS8010
Monitor And Control Vine Disorders And DamageElecFDFWGG3012AS8015

Course description

This qualification targets those performing production related roles that require an application of wine industry specific skill and knowledge, including some technical and problem solving ability. You can choose to learn skills that relate to wine grape growing, cellar operations, cellar door sales or wine tourism, bottling and packaging.

Not all study modes are offered at all campuses. Please check with your local campus for study modes and elective units offered.

Units

Unit NameUnit TypeNational IDUnit of Study
Sample Soils And Interpret ResultsElecAHCSOL401BAR13
Participate In Environmentally Sustainable Work PracticesCoreMSAENV272BD3655
Implement The Food Safety Program And ProceduresCoreFDFFS2001AD4537
Participate In OHS ProcessesCoreFDFOHS2001AD4574
Contribute To OHS ProcessesCoreFDFOHS3001AD4575
Apply Quality Systems And ProceduresCoreFDFOP2063AD4651
Provide And Apply Workplace InformationCoreFDFOP2064AD4652
Report On Workplace PerformanceCoreFDFPPL3002AD4661
Evaluate Wines (Standard)ElecFDFCD2003AS7866
Perform Oak Handling ActivitiesElecFDFCEL2001AS7873
Perform Fermentation OperationsElecFDFCEL2002AS7874
Operate The Pressing ProcessElecFDFCEL2005AS7877
Operate The Fine Filtration ProcessElecFDFCEL2010AS7882
Operate The Crushing ProcessElecFDFCEL2016AS7888
Prepare And Make Additions And FiningsElecFDFCEL2017AS7889
Carry Out Inert Gas Handling OperationsElecFDFCEL2018AS7890
Carry Out Transfer OperationsElecFDFCEL2019AS7891
Perform Basic Analytical TestsElecFDFLAB2001AS7951
Use Basic Laboratory EquipmentElecFDFLAB2011AS7961
Hand Prune VinesElecFDFWGG2003AS7981
Operate The Irrigation SystemElecFDFWGG2014AS7992
Pick Grapes By HandElecFDFWGG2024AS8002
Coordinate Canopy Management ActivitiesElecFDFWGG3002AS8005
Implement An Irrigation ScheduleElecFDFWGG3007AS8010
Monitor And Control Vine Disorders And DamageElecFDFWGG3012AS8015

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