ACM10110 – Certificate I in Animal Studies

This qualification covers work activities undertaken by a cross-section of animal care and management enterprises. It is a general pre-vocational qualification aimed for inclusion in a VET in Schools program or as an entry point into the industry.

Job roles

Job role titles covered by this qualification may include:

  • Assistant animal care worker
  • Assistant animal shelter attendant
  • Assistant kennel hand
  • Assistant cattery attendant.

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ACMCAS301A Work Effectively in the Companion Animal Industry
2
ACMCAS302A Provide Information on Companion Animal selection and General Care (1)
3
ACMCAS304A Capture, Handle and Transport Companion Animals
4
ACMCAS307A Provide Companion Animal Hydrobathing Services
5
ACMGAS203A Complete Animal Care Hygiene Routines
6
ACMGAS207A Provide reception services for an animal care facility
7
ACMGAS301A Maintain and monitor animal health and wellbeing
8
ACMINF301A Comply with infection control policies and procedures in animal work
9
ACMOHS301A Contribute to Occupational Health and safety Processes
10
ACMSPE304A Provide Basic Care of Dogs
11
ACMSPE305A Provide basic care for domestic cats
12
ACMSUS201A Participate in Environmentally Sustainable work Practices
13
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Enrolled: 70 students
Duration: 30 days
Lectures: 13
Level: Advanced
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