Overseeing the training of Forest Practices Officers is a function of the FPA under section 4C of the Forest Practices Act 1985.
Although training undertaken by the FPA is focused on Forest Practices Officers, and other people with training needs to meet the requirements under the Act, course places may occasionally be available to others.
Contact Chris Grove for details on upcoming courses:
Chris Grove, FPA Training Coordinator, email@example.com
FPO Training Course
The next FPO course will take place between May and December 2019, subject to numbers. Contact Chris Grove to register interest.
Click on the links below to download the information.
|Course||Contact||Timing||Duration||Location||Course content and cost|
|Field Botany Coursefirstname.lastname@example.org||NW 29 April 2020|
N 30 April 2020
SE 6 May 2020
|1 day||likely 3 regional courses|
|Eagle Habitat Identification and Management Course email@example.com||Theory 19 May|
Field trip 20 May (TBC)
|2 days||Theory in Launceston|
Field trip TBC
|Threatened Plant Adviser firstname.lastname@example.org||2020||1 day||TBAemail@example.com|
Aboriginal cultural heritage
|firstname.lastname@example.org||Autumn 2020||1 day||Hobart|
|Soil Erodibilty Courseemail@example.com||April or May 2020||1 day||TBAfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|FPO Training Course email@example.com||postponed to July 2020||2 days per month||TBAfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Biodiversity Courseemail@example.com||postponed to Spring 2020||3 days or 4 days if on FPO Training Course||TBAfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|FPO Refresher Courseemail@example.com||August 2020||i day||likely 3 regional firstname.lastname@example.org|
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