We have an opportunity to fill a number of spots in a Chemical Accreditation course which is being held on Friday, 24 March, in the city (probably The IVY in Young St, which runs along our building at 81 Waymouth St.).

If you wish to attend, please let Madeline Yee know, together with your details:

Friends of Parks/DEWNR Volunteer Group:
Dietary requirements (morning tea and lunch provided):

Madeline will then confirm your attendance, and also send you some pre-course work that will need to be completed prior to the day.

Course details are below:

About Chemical Accreditation

In most Australian states, legislation requires people to have Chemical Accreditation in order to purchase and/or use some of the more dangerous chemicals, including Schedule 7 chemicals (ie those chemicals with the DANGEROUS POISON signal heading at the top of the front part of the label).

In addition, Chemical Accreditation is often a requirement of quality assurance systems, and of employers who use agricultural chemicals.

Nationally Recognised Training

The course addresses the two national units of competence:

Meets legal and/or QA requirements in all Australian states (there may be extra requirements in Queensland and Victoria). Click here for legal requirements for accreditation and licensing in each state.

Smith & Georg is a Registered Training Organisation. RTO number 40075.

What topics are covered?

If you have any queries or wish to book in, please contact Madeline at or on 8204 8653.

Please also let me know if you have registered.

Pam Smith
Grants and Volunteer Program Administration Officer
P: (08) 8124 4784