Diploma of Agribusiness Management
Australian College of Agriculture & Horticulture
|Campus||Mid Year Intake?||Study Mode||Entry Requirements|
|Melbourne||Yes||External, Flexible Delivery, Full-time internal, Part-time internal, Weekend||
No minimum education
This qualification is part of the Agriculture, Horticulture and Conservation and Land Management Training Package. It reflects the role of personnel working on farms, stations and related rural businesses involved in administering and managing those businesses. Industry expects individuals with this qualification to undertake personal responsibility and exercise autonomy in undertaking complex work. They must analyse information and exercise judgement to complete a range of advanced skilled activities.
Subjects you can Study
Electives: Manage machinery and equipment; Develop and implement sustainable land use strategies; Administer finance, insurance and legal requirements; Develop workplace policy and procedures for sustainability; Manage work health and safety processes; Analyse machinery options; Prepare and monitor budgets and financial reports; Develop climate risk management strategies; Manage estate planning; plus more.
About Australian College of Agriculture & HorticultureEstablished in 2003, Australian College of Agriculture & Horticulture is a Registered Training Organisation with facilities in Melbourne, Werribee Parks and Cairns. The provider offers a variety of agriculture, agribusiness, landscape, parks and gardens and production horticulture courses from certificate, diploma, advanced diploma to a graduate certificate level. The provider also provides consulting services to the Agriculture and Horticulture industry, through the ongoing consultancy arm of the business. The average class size is 24 students.
Provider CRICOS: 02494A (VIC) RTO code: 21316
DiplomaCourse code: AHC51416
- External = 1 year
- Flexible Delivery = 1 year
- Full-time internal = 1 year
- Part-time internal = 1 year
- Weekend = 1 year
10 elective units
No minimum education
Life after Study
Agricultural technical officers provide complex technical support and advise on aspects of agriculture such as research, production, servicing and marketing.
Farmers and farm managers undertake farming operations to raise livestock and cultivate crops, fruit, vegetables and other agricultural products.
A farmer is a self-employed person who farms their own land or a leasehold property rented from a landowner. A farm manager is an employee who is paid a salary to manage a farm or group of farms.