Support Horticultural Crop Harvesting (Australian Native Foods)

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This learning guide relates to the Unit of Competency: Support horticultural crop harvesting - RTE2021A at AQF 2 for the horticultural industry. It will assist you to build your knowledge and skills towards a career in the horticultural industry and your responses to the learning activities will be useful in presenting as evidence of your competency. When you have completed this unit you will be able to perform routine assessment of plant products for harvest, prepare equipment for harvesting, harvest the crop and transport the crop.

Classifications

AQF - Australian Quality Framework
Certificate II

Industry Classification Scheme
Horticulture

National Code - Training.gov.au
RTE2021A: Support horticultural crop harvesting

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