AHC41316 Certificate IV in Wool Classing

The Certificate IV in Wool Classing is a nationally accredited Course enabling graduates to become a professional wool classer registered with the Australian Wool Exchange (AWEX).


Through theoretical & practical course work, you will learn to:
• Appraise wool & determine characteristics that     effect final product value
• Manage shearing & crutching operations
• Class wool to industry code of practice                 standards
• Prepare wool clips for sale
•  Liaise with wool growers & brokers to determine classing strategies
• Work safely to meet WHS requirements
• Implement & monitor quality assurance processes


The Course also helps to develop personal qualities that will help
you succeed in the wool industry including skills in leadership, high
level communication, team work, collaboration skills, & strong
organisational skills.


Graduates will be eligible to register as a professional wool classer,
& be job ready to apply for supervisory & management roles inshed.
Wool classers who have obtained their professional wool stencil are
highly sought after by the wool industry due to the high level of
training, leading to excellent employment outcomes.

COURSE DURATION:       12 to 18 months

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS: None

PRE-REQUISITES:            None

DELIVERY LOCATIONS:    Statewide across                                                         Victoria & South Australia

ACCREDITED UNITS

AHCWHS401- Maintain work health and safety processes
AHCWOL301- Appraise wool using industry descriptions
AHCWOL303- Prepare wool based on its characteristics
AHCWOL304- Prepare fleece wool for classing
AHCWOL305- Prepare skirtings and oddments
AHCWOL307- Document a wool clip
AHCWOL310- Press wool for a clip
AHCWOL311- Perform shed duties
AHCWOL401- Determine wool classing strategies
AHCWOL403- Plan, implement & review wool harvesting & clip preparation
AHCWOL404- Establish work routines and manage wool harvesting & 

                        preparation staff
AHCWOL405- Class fleece wool
AHCWRK401- Implement and monitor quality assurance procedures
HLTAID003 -    Provide First Aid

CONCESSION STUDENT FEE $200

FUNDED STUDENT FEE $1000

FULL STUDENT FEE $1250


PLUS MATERIALS $250


To determine your eligibility for funding phone our office on

1300 787 984 or

email admin@swti.edu.au


Download our Course Fees 2020 here:

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