Conservation and land management traineeship - KENMORE
This program delivers valuable entry level skills and practical experience to gain a head start in the Horticulture or Landscaping field. Candidates will learn a range of practical skills and techniques such as clearing weeds and planting native flora to arrest and reverse environmental issues in order to re-vegetate the environment and community. Trainee’s will be employed for a 38 hour week for 20 weeks paid under the national training award.
This traineeship is delivered as a full-time job, in a real work environment. Our role is to prepare you for the workforce, so there will be high expectations in place regarding your attendance, participation and professionalism.
Over the traineeship we offer extra support in employability skills such as resume writing, cover letters, marketing yourself and applying for jobs. Additionally, you will do foundational skills training (if required) to improve your skills for job readiness in areas such as literacy and numeracy.
ABOUT THE TRAINEESHIP
This Queensland Government funded program delivers valuable entry level skills and practical experience to gain a head start in the Horticulture or Landscaping field. Trainees will be employed for a 38 hour week for 20 weeks paid under the national training award.
TIMES AND DURATION
Monday to Friday, 7:00am – 3:06pm
20 week traineeship
Rafting Ground Reserve
Moggill Rd, Brookfield QLD 4069
3rd August 2020
AHC10116 Certificate I in Conservation and Land Management
FSK20113 Certificate II in Skills For Work and Vocational Pathways (SELECT UNITS WHERE REQUIRED)
- Enviromental Science
- Grounds or Nursery Worker
- Bush Regeneration
- Chainsaw Training
- Construction Induction White Card
- Agricultural Chemical Training (ACDC)
- Nationally recognised Qualification
- One on one support to develop your