Using eID For Sheep Management & Breeding
- Review the use of eID tags within the sheep enterprise.
- Development of an eID plan for your enterprise.
- Understand the challenges associated with eID and the solutions.
- Set objectives for a sheep enterprise and evaluate its current use of eID.
- Increase understanding of data capture.
- Manipulate and interpret data.
- Define management strategies to effectively utilise this information.
- Provide the producer with resources and contacts for trouble shooting, data collection and manipulation.
- Refine the use of data within the supply chain.
This course is designed for sheep breeders to increase their understanding of electronic identification (eID) technology, data collection and analysis.
Participants will develop the skills and confidence to effectively implement eID within their business.
By the end of the course participants will have developed an eID plan for their enterprise. The course is structured to maximise knowledge retention, skills development and practice change.
'Using eID for Sheep Management & Breeding' was co-developed by Sheep CRC and RIST. The aim of SheepCRC is to innovate the Australian sheep industry with successful new products, services & technologies and make the sheep industry more efficient, productive & competitive.
This course is will provide invaluable knowledge and skills for all current and prospective producers, farm managers and farm workers.
On successful completion of this skill set, students will be issued with a statement of attainment.
Units of competency:
AHCBUS402A - Cost a project.
AHCBUS405A - Participate in an e-business supply chain.
RIST offers the opportunity for students to apply for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) or Recognition of Current Competencies (RCC) in all nationally recognised training that RIST is able to offer.
Contact RIST for more information on start dates.
Please contact RIST for an enrolment form or click on the button above to download the form.
Freephone: 1800 883 343
Phone: 03 5573 0943
Students with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
For eligible participants, this training is delivered with Victorian and Commonwealth Government funding.
The State Government is responsible for setting the tuition fees for Government funded training offered by RIST. The tuition fee, including acceptable concessions, is documented in the Ministerial Direction on Fees and Charges and this document is reviewed on an annual basis by the Government.
In addition to the Government funded training, RIST also delivers a range of commercial programs which are operated on a fee for service basis. Fees and charges for this type of training are not governed by the Ministerial Direction.
Program Development Coordinator
Phone: 03 5573 0943