W112060 - Garden labourer

Garden labourer
Noble Park Aquatic Centre - YMCA

If you are interested in a short placement to get some practical experience as a garden laborer then this one is for you! Based at the Noble Park Aquatic Centre you will help with general maintenance of the garden and grounds. The YMCA is a friendly environment with excellent youth focused staff who are able to support you throughout your placement.

Skills You Might Learn

You will work with the supervisor using relevant tools and equipment necessary for general garden and grounds maintenance. Would suit a student who as seeking a taster of outdoor work/activity.

Typical Tasks & Duties

You will gain skills relevant to general maintenance of garden and landscape, trimming plants, weed control, mowing and general maintenance of grounds. You will also develop work related skills around team work, communication, problem solving and time management and educational skills. You will also understand the importance of excellent customer service across all areas of the facility including aquatics, group fitness, and the cafe.

Student Requirements

You will need to be reliable, punctual and friendly, willing to learn and able to assist with duties as required by the supervisor.

Dress Requirements

Black pants or shorts, top will be provided. Sun protection provided.

Special Transport Requirements

Minutes walk from Noble Park train station.

RELATED COURSES INCLUDE

  • AHC20116 - Certificate II in Agriculture
  • AHC21610 - Certificate II in Landscaping
  • AHC30710 - Certificate III in Horticulture
Positions: 1 Position
ID Number: W112060
Industry Area: AGRICULTURE
Location: Noble Park - Explore Region
Mode/Type: Structured Workplace Learning (SWL)
Attendance: This placement is for one or two days as a brief, introduction to garden laboring. Discuss placement details with employer.
Added By: South East Local Learning & Employment Network

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