The only low level qualifications are the ag rating and the mustering endorsement. Unfortunately CASA has allowed the mustering syllabus in CAO29.1 to be hijacked so people are now going around talking about a low level endorsement as though it is a stand alone qualification. At best it is low level training. The requirement for 5 hours low level training in CAO29.1 is used but the requirement for an additional 10 hours operational training and direct supervision by a CASA approved person seems to be ignored. CASA has allowed a grey area to develop and would appear to not be in a hurry to resolve it. If you raise the subject with there flight ops staff you get a lot of ums and ahs. In the mean time a quick google search will bring up gems like this from the web page of a flying school.
If you require a low level endorsement for your next position, look no further. Our Chief Pilot and Chief Flying Instructor, with thousands of hours of agricultural flying, can teach you everything there is to know about low level flying. The endorsement takes approximately 5 hours of flying time and can be achieved in as little as two days.
This endorsement qualifies you to fly at low level, and is a regulatory requirement to conduct low level work such as involved in aerial survey, bird spotting and mustering.
Our minimum requirement is 200 Hours total flight time
"teach you everything there is to know about low level flying" all in 5 easy hours. You've got to be kidding. Its a wonder there is not a set of steak knives thrown in.
There is a lot of low level work that is not ag or mustering but it does need CASA to provide a stand alone qualification and training syllabus so there are no grey areas.