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Course Number: MTMSS00047-01V01
This Skill Set from the MTM11 Australian Meat Industry Training Package meets the industry requirements for humane handling of animals when preparing for slaughter in meat processing plants, feedlots or saleyards.
The units of competency comprising the Meat Processing Livestock Stock Handler Skill Set are drawn from AQF levels II and III in the qualifications, and can be counted towards other qualifications where this is in accordance with the qualification requirements.
No occupational licensing, legislative, regulatory or certification requirements apply to this Skill Set.
Typically the trainee is a company employee who is engaged in the handling and management of stock at a meat processing plant, feedlots or sale yards.
There are no entry requirements for this skill set.
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