Certificate III in Fishing Operations
Professional Diving Services
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No minimum education
This qualification is part of the Seafood Industry Training Package. It contains the competencies required by an experienced deckhand undertaking a wide range of fishing operation tasks.
Subjects you can Study
Core: Apply basic food handling and safety practices; Communicate in the seafood industry; Work effectively in the seafood industry; Meet workplace OHS requirements. Electives: Slaughter livestock; Maintain the temperature of seafood; Manage and control fishing operations; Perform underwater work in the wild catch sector; Handle stock; Develop information and advice on fishing charter trips; Survive at sea in the event of vessel abandonment; Operate and carry out basic servicing on auxiliary systems; Monitor and record fishing operations; Handle and pack sashimi-grade fish; plus more.
About Professional Diving ServicesEstablished in 1981, Professional Diving Services is a Registered Training Organisation located in Victoria. The provider aims to specialise in occupational health and safety courses for a range of industries, up to diploma level. Their newest addition to scope is the Construction Induction Card (aka White Card) as well as the Certificate IV in Training and Assessment. They provide sales and service of safety gear, gas monitors and consultation. A new service provided is the restocking of First Aid kits for business and schools. Scuba diving courses are offered from beginner to instructor and are available as well as commercial diving at the provider's diving training academy in Albury. The organisation also offers sales and service of dive equipment, and certified service agents for most dive brands. The Professional Diving Services team includes consultants for hyperbaric treatments. RTO code: 21754
Certificate IIICourse code: SFI30211
- Flexible Delivery
18 units: 4 core; 14 elective
No minimum education
Life after Study
Coxswains manage the operation of small commercial marine vessels, such as fishing boats, ferries, water taxis, jet boats, yachts, catamarans and tourist craft.
Deckhands undertake a wide range of fishery and maritime work on land and at sea, including communications, supply, seamanship, hospitality and stores. They may also use equipment such as nets, lines and traps to catch fish, crustaceans and molluscs.