Training Gap Analysis

Project Code:  B.LIV.0356

Year Published: 2008

Standard for the Export of Livestock (version 2.1) together with the Export Control (Animal) Orders (2004) and the Export of Livestock to Saudi Arabia Order (2005) were used to identify competency requirements and then examine how those requirements may be met.

Standard for the Export of Livestock (version 2.1) together with the Export Control (Animal) Orders (2004) and the Export of Livestock to Saudi Arabia Order (2005) were used to identify competency requirements and then examine how those requirements may be met.

The analysis identified the broad areas of training and the related areas of need within each area and the results of the gap analysis can then be used to design training courses and promote existing courses.

Keywords: Cattle, Sheep, Goats, Dairy, On-board/transport, In-market, Domestic, Disease, Registered premises, Transport, Discharge, Other, Feedlot, Farm, Fodder

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