AusChem WA


Spray Application and Risk Management in Grain Production

Designed for WA broadhectare farmers, this course reviews best practice in spray application technology in grain crops. Current issues and future directions in farm chemical management are discussed with emphasis on the management of risk, IPM programmes, techniques to reduce drift and the requirements of Quality Assurance and domestic and overseas markets. There are practical demonstrations to show the latest application techniques and a review of calibration procedures.

Livestock and grain producers are encouraged to attend this programme as there is an additional module and manual available detailing livestock chemical use and trade issues.

Competency based course

Covers a competency contained within Australian National Training Framework Training Packages

  • AHCCHM401A Minimise risks in the use of chemicals

Competent participants receive a Statement of Attainment from the participating registered training organisation, and an ID card and certificate from AusChem Training WA indicating their accreditation is extended for a further 5 years.


Make sure you are eligible for this course by checking the eligibility information below.

Duration: 1 day
Eligibility: Participants must have completed Risk Management in Pesticide Use (or an equivalent qualification). Chemical users who have let their accreditation lapse for over 10 years are not eligible to attend reaccreditation programmes and will need to re-take Risk Management in Pesticide Use.

Cost:   Course costs vary with each provider.  Contact your local provider for more information.

Cost includes: Resource manual including assessments,  morning and afternoon tea
These costs are recommended prices. Prices may differ due to location.