545 training courses found
Gain a sound foundation for understanding muscles, joints and movement in the human body Expand your knowledge of human biology, and expand your career prospects Develop an understanding for managing the health of muscles, the skeleton and nerves . COURSE STRUCTURE AND CONTENT A 100 hour course comprising 8 lessons.
Youth leaders may work with government, church, educational, sporting and other organisations; providing support for young people throughout adolescence. Some youth leaders may be more focused on organising and running structured programs, while others have a less structured role (eg.
This course is a fantastic introduction into Graphic Design, whether you are starting a new career or even enhance your career opportunities.Graphic design involves both technical and creative work tasks.
Learn Fish and Crustacean Farming Learn to grow freshwater fishes, crayfish, etc Discover a whole new way of farming; for greater sustainability and diversification on the farm Broaden your knowledge and skills, exploring and extending opportunities for business and career With the current global decline in wild fish stocks, aquaculture has become a rapidly growing business. This course focuses on the set up and cultivation of fish in a commercial enterprise while looking in depth at several commonly farmed species including: trout, barramundi, bass and marrons, yabbies and red claw.
There are 9 lessons in this course: Marine Ecology Systems, Ecology; Marine Weather including El Nino, Thermocline, Gulf streams, etc, Continental shelf, Nutrient cycle, Red tide, Plankton, Marine Plants including Mangroves, Shallow and Deep water algae, etc, Shallow Waters and Reefs, Coral Reefs, Rocky Shorelines, Estuaries, Introduction to marine arthropods, Shellfish and Crustaceans, molluscs and Brachiopods. True Crabs, Hermit Crabs, Lobsters, Prawns etc, Squid, Octopus, and Other Primitive Animals, Cephalopods and Clupeoids, etc, Fish Part A, Cartilaginous Fish Sharks, Eels, Rays; Shark Lifecycle, How dangerous are sharks, effect of sharks on tourism, etc, Fish Part B, Bony Fish, Fish Anatomy and structure identifying external and internal parts, legalities protection of wildlife, types of fish, etc, Marine Mammals, Dolphins, Whales, etc, Types of marine mammals, protection and politics, position of these animals in the food chain, products derived from marine mammals and substitutes for those products, Turtles, Sea Snakes and Seabirds, Types of turtles and sea snakes; toxicity of sea snakes; turtle protection, penguins and other sea birds eg stints, knots, pelicans, swans, gulls, eagles, ibis, egrets, terns, shearwaters, gannets, albatross, prions, oyster-catchers and petrels, Human Impact on Marine Environments and Fishing, Human impact on marine environments; commercial vs recreational fishing, significance of certain mesopelagic fish, techniques for managing stocks of fish and other marine life.
This course has 7 lessons as follows: Lesson 1: Introduction, industry orientation, presentation, bar equipment, layout, creating a menu, the law, staff qualities, hygiene and cleaning, dealing with staff, beverage dispensing equipment, glasses. Lesson 2: Alcoholic Products - Beer, brewing process, lager, beer mixes, wines, types of wine, storing wines, spirits, liqueurs, aperitifs.
There are 8 lessons in this course: 1) Introduction to Medicinal Herbs, 2) Culture of Medicinal Herbs, 3) History, 4) Main Medicinal Herbs, 5) Herbal Remedies, 6) Preparing Herbal remedies, 7) Poisonous Plants, 8) Developing a Production Plan. Aims of this course: Distinguish between medicinal herbs in cultivation including twenty-five different genera and fifty different varieties.
An introductory subject which aims to develop your ability to manage the selection, operation and maintenance of tools and machinery, with particular reference to professional gardening, agriculture and horticulture. Learn the use and operation of tools, equipment and machines to keep them running smoothly by yourself.
Computer technicians are in high demand. With an increasing number of computers used in both the home and workplace, there is a significant and ever growing demand for people to install, maintain and repair both hardware and software.
In this course, What You Will Do - Compare the scientific with common definitions for a Mushroom, Explain the classification, to genus level, of ten different commercially grown edible fungi, Produce a labeled illustration of the morphological characteristics which are common to different edible fungi of the genus Agaricus, Compare the physical characteristics of different commercially cultivated edible fungi, Distinguish edible Agaricus mushrooms from similar, inedible fungal fruiting bodies, Compile a resource file of sources of information regarding edible fungi, including: Publication, Suppliers, Industry associations or services, Determine the preferred conditions for growing two different specified mushroom genre, Describe the stages in the growing of Agaricus mushrooms, Develop criteria for selecting growing media, for different genre of edible fungi; including Agaricus, Describe an appropriate compost for growing of Agaricus bisporus, Explain how spawn is produced for different genra of edible fungi, Explain the use of casing in mushroom production, Compare different methods of growing edible fungi, in your country, including where appropriate: Outdoor beds, In Caves, In buildings, In trays, In bags, In troughs; Describe different pests and diseases of mushrooms, Describe appropriate control methods for different pests and diseases of mushrooms, Analyse hygiene and exclusion regimes used in mushroom production, Prepare a production plan, based on supplied specifications, for Agaricus bisporus, including: Materials required, Equipment required, Work schedule, Cost estimates, Grow a crop of Agaricus bisporus; Identify the stages at which Agaricus mushrooms can be harvested, Explain how mushrooms are harvested, Develop guidelines to minimise damage to two different types (i.e.
There are 8 lessons in this course: 1) Introduction, Terminology and Breeds - History of Poultry, Terminology, Contract Growing, Regulations, Management Factors, Small Scale Production, Breeds, Classifying Fowls (Egg Laying Breeds, Meat or Table Birds, Dual Purpose Breeds), Cross Breed Poultry, Sex Linkage, Brooders, Skeletal System, Poultry Husbandry (Stock Selection, Feeding, Watering, Housing, Health), Turkeys, Geese, Ducks; 2) Poultry Nutrition - Digestive System (Gullet, Crop, Proventriculus, Gizzard, Intestine, Caecum, etc), Nutrient Sources (Carbohydrate, Protein, Minerals etc), Rationing, Palatability, The End Product, Modern Feed Requirements, Phase Feeding, Limited Feeding, Consumption Feeding; 3) Diseases - Avoiding Stress, Viral diseases, Bacterial diseases, Mycoplasmosis, fungal and protozoan disease, Non-infectious diseases; 4) Layers - Extensive (free-range) System, Semi-Intensive System, Intensive Systems, Housing, Deep Litter System, Feeders, Battery Units, Feeding the Laying Hen, Replacing the Flock; 5) Broilers - Caponising, Brooding Period, Feeding Broilers (Starter Period, Finisher Period), Housing, Hygiene and Health; 6) Incubation - The natural method (using broody hens), The artificial method (using incubators), Selecting Eggs, Storing Hatching Eggs, Turning Eggs, Managing a Incubator (Temperature, Humidity, Testing, Hatching), Reasons for Poor Hatchability; 7) Brooding - Heating, The canopy brooder, The infra-red lamp, The battery brooder, The haybox brooder, Feeders, Drinkers, Floor Space, Rearing, Problems during rearing; 8)Record Keeping, economics and Marketing - Growth Records, Egg Production records, Small Scale Business, Compatible Ventures (Manure, etc), Preparing a Farm Business plan, Finance, Land Management, Analyzing the Market place, Developing a Marketing Plan.
Want to be a Tour Guide? This course develops your ability to organise and conduct ecotourism services including tours and activities. This could range from guided tours, overnight walks and treks, or self guided interpretive walks.
Taking advantage of scientific knowledge requires more than just being a proficient scientist. Many graduates, from university science degrees, have a great deal of difficulty getting jobs they want or finding ways to take proper advantage of the knowledge they learnt in their university studies.
Study tree physiology and disorders. Learn more on diagnosis and treatment of trees.
This is a course equally applicable to the professional interior plantscaper or the home owner (or interior decorator) who aspires to achieve the very best results with their indoor plants. You will learn about the main family groups indoor plants fall into, the cultural requirements and general characteristics of each of those groups, and from there develop the ability to select the right plant for the right situation.
Diploma level qualification in Counselling and Psychology Study counselling theories and principles with this 1500 hour diploma by distance learning. The diploma is recognised by the Complementary Medical Association and IARC (International Accreditation and Recognition Council).
Learn about making your own food Learn to grow food Learn to harvest food Learn to preserve, store and use what you grow Perhaps you have dreamt of starting a small home based business, selling through markets or local retail outlets. Maybe you just want to become more self sufficient with food at home.
This develops skills in teaching. At 100 hours of study, this course includes, but exceeds the scope of a typical Train the Trainer Course.
Learn about farming Choose to specialize in areas that are relevant to your needs Improve a farm Start a farm Get a job in Agriculture A 600 hour course comprising 3 Core (foundation) Modules and 3 Elective Modules. CORE MODULES Animal Health Care Farm Management Agricultural Marketing ELECTIVE MODULES In addition to the core modules, students study any 3 of the following 21 modules:- Soil Management (Agriculture) Animal Behaviour Animal Disease Animal Feed & Nutrition (Animal Husbandry III) Beef Cattle Management Calf Rearing Commercial Vegetable Production Dairy Cattle Management Equine Behaviour Fish Farming & Aquaculture Irrigation (Agricultural) Nut Production Pasture Management Pig Husbandry Poultry Husbandry Sheep Husbandry Sustainable Agriculture Agronomy Mushroom Production Organic Agriculture and Farming Organic Plant Culture For further details and full course information, please visit our website, use our free course counselling service or email us.
Learn to Manage an Aquarium - private or commercial. Freshwater or salt Small or large Home, hobby or commercial applications, tourism, conservation or any other purpose Water quality management is perhaps the most important aspect to control when it comes to keeping a healthy balanced interaction between the water conditions and the species.