Certificate II in Fisheries Compliance Support - SFI20419

Charles Darwin University (CDU)

This qualification reflects the role of individuals who work as fisheries officers, sea rangers or observers in a support role for an agency or organisation that has legislated responsibility for the management of fisheries, both wild catch and aquaculture. In this role, these individuals conduct field operations to ensure protection of resources and report on suspected non-compliance using only observable evidence that can be recorded. All work is carried out to comply with workplace procedures, according to state/territory health and safety, food safety, biosecurity and environmental regulations, legislation and standards that apply to the workplace. Licences will be required if operating vessels or vehicles.The MAR units that appear in the elective bank are subject to licencing and regulatory requirements. These units must be implemented in line with the requirements of the MAR Maritime Training Package and Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) requirements. No licensing, legislative or certification requirements are known to apply to this unit at this time of publication.

Entry Requirements:

There are no entry requirements for this qualification.

Subjects you can Study:

Communicate in the seafood industry; Transmit and receive information by marine VHF radio; Apply basic survival skills in the event of vessel abandonment; Follow procedures to minimise and fight fires on board a vessel; Apply basic seafood handling and safety practices; Present evidence in a court setting; Transmit and receive information by marine radio; Meet work health and safety requirements; Operate four wheel drive vehicle; Board vessel at sea; Identify and report signs of aquatic disease or pests; Inspect and clean aquatic work equipment; Record information about Country; Maintain cultural places; Conduct field observations; Recognise fauna; Survive at sea using survival craft; Meet workplace health and safety requirements; Gather, collate and record information; Maintain wildlife habitat refuges; Work in a team; Undertake a local operation; Conduct visual inspection of park facilities; Drive and manoeuvre trailers; Work effectively in the seafood industry; Promote sustainable use of local marine and freshwater environments; Provide first aid; Participate in environmentally sustainable work practices; Communicate effectively in cross-cultural environments; Apply chemicals under supervision; Observe and report plants or animals

Related Careers:

Campus Mid Year Intake Study Mode Duration
Nhulunbuy Campus
Alice Springs
Katherine Rural
Tennant Creek Centre
CDU Sydney
CDU Waterfront Darwin
Jabiru Centre
Katherine Town Centre
Charles Darwin University is the major tertiary education and vocational education and training institution in the Northern Territory.

Originally established as a tertiary institution in 1974, it became the Northern Territory University in 1989 and Charles Darwin University in 2003.

The main University campus is located at Casuarina in Darwin with campuses at Alice Springs, Katherine and Palmerston. VET courses are also offered at Jabiru, Nhulunbuy, Tennant Creek and Yulara Centres as well as at various remote community centres.

The University provides multi-sector education with Senior Secondary, VET, Higher Education and Research facilities.

CDU also deliver a number of courses through the Australian Centre for Indigenous Knowledges and Education (ACIKE), which is a joint initiative between Charles Darwin University (CDU) and the Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Education (BIITE). The three main sites for delivery will be at the main ACIKE Hub CDU Casuarina campus and at the BIITE campuses at Batchelor and the Alice Springs Desert Peoples' Centre.

Provider CRICOS: 00300K (NT); 03286A (NSW)

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