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					                                                        Training
                                                                     Key Learning
  Training Provider                                     Activity
                             Training Activity Name                    Area (see
        Name                                          Number (FRTC--
                                                                      Guidelines)
                                                            )




PrincipleFocus (Aust)
                      Cell GrazingFocus               70            3, 7
Pty Ltd
PrincipleFocus (Aust)
                      The Business of Farming           71   3, 4, 7, 9
Pty Ltd




Topoclimate Services Using Farm Planning to Adapt to
                                                        76   3
Pty Ltd              Climate Change




Topoclimate Services Understanding Carbon Trading and
                                                        77   1
Pty Ltd              Your Farm
Topoclimate Services
                     Knowing your Farm, Knowing Yourself 78     3
Pty Ltd




Topoclimate Services
                     Understanding the Soils on your farm 79    3
Pty Ltd




Topoclimate Services Understanding Microclimates on your
                                                         80     3
Pty Ltd              farm




Topoclimate Services Diversifying into New Crops on your
                                                           81   3
Pty Ltd              Farm
Topoclimate Services
                     Understanding your Water Resources 82      3
Pty Ltd


Topoclimate Services
                     Understanding Salinity on your Farm   83   3
Pty Ltd


Topoclimate Services
                     Environmental Values and your Farm 84      3
Pty Ltd


Topoclimate Services Sowing the right pastures for your
                                                           85   3
Pty Ltd              soils and microclimates


Topoclimate Services Drawing up a Farm Plan using
                                                           86   3
Pty Ltd              Farming Smarter principles


Nutri-Tech Solutions   NTS Sustainable Agriculture
                                                           88   2, 7
Pty Ltd                Workshops




AGDATA Australia Pty Farm Financial Management - Module
                                                        89      4, 8
Ltd                  1 (Record Keeping & Reporting)




                     Farm Financial Management - Module
AGDATA Australia Pty
                     2 (Progressive Management &        90      4, 8
Ltd
                     Reporting)




AGDATA Australia Pty Farm Financial Management - Module
                                                        91      4, 8
Ltd                  3 (Budgeting)
Blackwood Basin       Best Farms Environmental
                                                      92   3, 7
Group Inc             Management Systems




Environmental         Greenhouse Gas Accounting &
Accounting Services   Carbon Abatement projects for   93   1, 2
Pty Ltd               Agricultural Land Managers




Hannaball Rural
                      Phoenix Basics                  94   4, 8
Computing Services




Resource Consulting
                      Grazing for Profit              95   2, 3, 4, 8
Services Pty Ltd
Resource Consulting
                        Farming for Profit             96   2, 3, 4, 8
Services Pty Ltd




KLR Marketing Pty Ltd KLR Marketing School             97   4, 5, 6




                        KLR Advanced 1 Day Marketing
KLR Marketing Pty Ltd                                  98   4, 5, 6
                        Workshop
WestVic AgServices     Defining management zones using
                                                           99     2
P/L                    Geographic Information Systems




Grains Industry        Know your drift risks in times of
                                                           100    2, 4
Training Network       climate change




Rural Training         Vegetable Industry Strategic
                                                           101    6, 9
Initiatives Pty Ltd    Leadership Course




                       Managing Soil Moisture in a Changing
Soil Water Solutions                                        102   2, 3
                       Environment




River Murray Training Irrigation Management for
                                                           103    2
Pty Ltd               Sustainable Production
Rural Training        National Seafood Industry Leadership
                                                           104   6, 9
Initiatives Pty Ltd   Program




ProAGtive Succession Succession Planning for Your Family
                                                           105   6, 9
Planning             Business




                     Sustainable Farm Planning &
AGDATA Australia Pty
                     Management - Module 1 (Cropping       106   4, 5, 6, 7
Ltd
                     Systems)




Cooperative Research
Centre for Irrigation Centre Pivot and Lateral Move Course 107   1
Futures




                      Adapting to the impacts of climate
GrapeLinks            change through targeted berry        108   2, 4
                      assessment




GrowData              Collecting and interpreting data to
                                                          109    2, 3, 4
Developments          better manage climate change (hort)
Tasmanian Quality    Freshcare Environmental Code of
                                                             110    3, 8
Assured Inc          Practice




                     Succession, Retirement and Estate
RSM Bird Cameron                                             112    9
                     Planning




                     Financial Management and
Regional Skills
                     Administration of Business (Course      113    4, 6, 8
Training Pty Ltd
                     RST 7)




                     Strategic Future for Rural Industry - in
Grazing BestPrac                                              114   4, 6, 8
                     a changing climate




                     Technology of Growing Grass - in a
Grazing BestPrac                                             115    2, 3
                     changing climate




Inside Outside Mgt   Holistic Management - 9 Day
                                                             117    3, 4, 6
P/L                  Practitioner Training
Inside Outside Mgt
                     Holistic Biological Monitoring        118    3, 4, 5
P/L




Inside Outside Mgt
                     Holistic Grazing & Planning           119    3
P/L




Inside Outside Mgt
                     Holistic Financial Management         120    4, 8
P/L




Inside Outside Mgt
                     Holistic Decision Making              121    4, 6
P/L




Inside Outside Mgt
                     Holistic Environmental Management 122        3
P/L



                     Managing the implementation & cost
Regional Skills      of sustainable systems for climate &
                                                          123     1, 4, 6, 8
Training Pty Ltd     OHS risk in the business (Course RST
                     1)



                     Understanding capital infrastructure /
Regional Skills      machinery requirements related to
                                                            124   2, 7
Training Pty Ltd     whole farm planning & sustainable
                     use (Course RST 2)
Regional Skills    Leadership & human resource
                                                         125    9
Training Pty Ltd   management (Course RST 3)




Regional Skills    Business Performance & Price Risk
                                                         126    4, 6, 8
Training Pty Ltd   Management (Course RST 4)




Regional Skills    Strategic Planning for Climate Risk
                                                         127    1, 6
Training Pty Ltd   Management (Course RST 5)




                   Analysis of business capital,
Regional Skills
                   machinery & infrastructure (Course    128    4, 6, 8
Training Pty Ltd
                   RST 6)




                   Business planning & legal
Regional Skills
                   responsibilities for improved business 129   4, 6
Training Pty Ltd
                   performance (Course RST 8)




Regional Skills    Business, OHS & whole farm planning
                                                       130      1, 6, 7
Training Pty Ltd   for the rural sector (Course RST 9)
                     Business planning & review to
Regional Skills      improve risk & change management
                                                        131    2, 4, 6, 8
Training Pty Ltd     for primary production systems
                     (Course RST 10)




                     Targeted risk management for whole
Regional Skills      farm, financial & chemical use to
                                                        132    1, 2, 4, 7
Training Pty Ltd     achieve sustainable production
                     systems (Course RST 11)


                     Analyse the business to determine
Regional Skills
                     continuous improvements to systems 133    4, 6, 8
Training Pty Ltd
                     & processes (Course RST 13)




Regional Skills      Review the business to facilitate
                                                         134   2, 4, 8
Training Pty Ltd     change & innovation (Course RST 12)



Hannaball Rural
                     Advanced Phoenix                   136    8
Computing Services

Hannaball Rural
                     Budgeting (Phoenix software)       137    8
Computing Services

Hannaball Rural
                     Phoenix Farms                      138    4
Computing Services




                     Advanced Conservation Farming to
Top End Training                                        139    1, 2, 4, 8
                     Deal with Climate Change
Resource Consulting
                      Applied Grazing Course               140   3, 7
Services Pty Ltd




Rural Training        Wine Industry Strategic Leadership
                                                           142   6, 9
Initiatives Pty Ltd   Course




Department of
Agriculture & Food    Understanding Grain Markets          144   4, 6, 8, 9
Western Australia




                    Capturing green benefits - Developing
Australian Landcare
                    your Australian Land Management
Management System                                         145    3, 6, 7
                    Certification System (ALMCS
Ltd (ALMS Ltd)
                    Development Workshop)
Resource Consulting
                      Graduate Link                    146   3, 7, 8
Services Pty Ltd




NSW Department of
Primary Industries    PROGRAZE Abridged                151   3
(t/a Tocal College)


NSW Department of
Primary Industries    Topfodder Silage                 152   2
(t/a Tocal College)




NSW Department of     Property Management & Planning
Primary Industries    (PMP) for Natural Resource       153   6, 7
(t/a Tocal College)   Management




NSW Department of
Primary Industries    Farm Planning                    154   3, 7
(t/a Tocal College)


                      Introduction to Farm Business
Sunstate Rural
                      Management Skills for the Next   156   1, 4, 8, 9
Training
                      Generation of Farmers

National Centre for
Dairy Education       Reviewing Milk Margins           157   4, 6, 8
Australia
                        Agricultural Commodity Price Risk
Smith & Georg Pty Ltd                                         158   4, 5, 8
                        Management (Advanced) - 3 days



                        Agricultural Commodity Market
Smith & Georg Pty Ltd                                         159   4, 5, 8
                        Planning (2 days)




                        Agricultural Commodity Price Risk
Smith & Georg Pty Ltd                                         160   4, 8
                        Management (Introductory) - 1 day




                        Benchmarking - a tool to guide the
Grazing BestPrac                                              161   4, 6
                        business




Kondinin Group
                        Your family, your farm, your future   163   4, 6, 7, 9
Industry Training




                    Capturing green benefits -
Australian Landcare
                    Implementing your Australian Land
Management System                                             164   3, 6, 7
                    Management Certification System
Ltd (ALMS Ltd)
                    (ALMCS Implement Activity)
Bio-Dynamic          Certificate in Applied Bio-Dynamics
Education and        For Small Groups As a Solution to     166   2, 3
Consultancy Tasmania Climate Change




Foundation for
                        Six snapshots of effective
Australian Agricultural                                    168   6, 9
                        communication - 1
Women




Foundation for
                        Six snapshots of effective
Australian Agricultural                                    169   6, 9
                        communication - 2
Women




Foundation for
                        Six snapshots of effective
Australian Agricultural                                    170   6, 9
                        communication - 3
Women
Foundation for
                        Six snapshots of effective
Australian Agricultural                               171   6, 9
                        communication - 4
Women




Foundation for
                        Six snapshots of effective
Australian Agricultural                               172   6, 9
                        communication - 5
Women




Foundation for
                        Six snapshots of effective
Australian Agricultural                               173   6, 9
                        communication - 6
Women




Rabobank (Australia) Rabobank Executive Development
                                                      174   4, 6, 8, 9
Branch               Program Module 1




Rabobank (Australia) Rabobank Executive Development
                                                      175   4, 6, 8, 9
Branch               Program Module 2
Rabobank (Australia)
                     Rabobank Farm Managers Program    176   4, 6, 8, 9
Branch




NSW Department of
Primary Industries    PROGRAZE                         177   3
(t/a Tocal College)




                     Accommodated Learning - Farm
AGDATA Australia Pty
                     Financial Management - Module 1   180   4, 8
Ltd
                     (Record Keeping & Reporting)




                     Accommodated Learning - Farm
AGDATA Australia Pty
                     Financial Management - Module 2   181   4, 8
Ltd
                     (Progressive Management)




                     Accommodated Learning - Farm
AGDATA Australia Pty
                     Financial Management - Module 3   182   4, 8
Ltd
                     (Budgeting)
                     Accommodated Learning -
AGDATA Australia Pty Sustainable Farm Planning &
                                                         183   4, 5, 6, 7
Ltd                  Management - Module 1 (Cropping
                     Systems)




The FreeRange
                        Keyline Design Course            184   2, 3, 6, 7
Permaculture Trust




The FreeRange
                        Compost and Compost Tea Course   185   2, 3, 4, 6, 7
Permaculture Trust




National Institute of   Discovering your Investment
                                                         186   4, 8
Financial Studies       Potential




NSW Department of
Primary Industries      Irrigated Lucerne for Profit     198   2, 8
(t/a Tocal College)

NSW Department of
Primary Industries      Beef-N-omics                     199   4
(t/a Tocal College)
Arney Consulting Pty Grain Marketing in a Changing
                                                           200   4, 5, 8
Ltd                  Climate




NSW Department of
                      Tactical Grazing Management for
Primary Industries                                         204   3
                      Semi-Arid Rangelands
(t/a Tocal College)


NSW Department of
                      Introduction to Environmental
Primary Industries                                         205   3
                      Management Systems in Agriculture
(t/a Tocal College)




Australian National
                      Managing for Climate Change          206   1, 2
Institute Pty Ltd




Department of Forest
                     Australian Master Tree Grower
& Ecosystem Science                                        207   2, 3
                     Program
(Uni of Melb)




G & S Hand &
                      Allan Savory's Holistic Management   208   2, 3, 4, 8
Associates Pty Ltd
G & S Hand &         Allan Savory's Holistic Management
                                                           209   2, 3, 7
Associates Pty Ltd   Planned Grazing




                     Advanced Livestock Movement &
Neil McDonald                                              210   4, 9
                     Management Course




Streamwise Learning
Pty Ltd (Monash Uni
                    Produce Executive Program 2009         211   4, 5, 6, 7
"Executive
Programs")




Department of
Employment,
                     Better Decisions in the Business of
Economic                                                   213   4, 6, 8
                     Beef
Development and
Innovation
Holistic Management Holistic Management - Principles for
                                                              214   6, 7
International       Success




Rural Industries Skill
                         Lifetime Ewe Management (LTEM)
Training (RIST)                                               215   1, 2, 4, 5
                         Year 1
Incorporated




Agricultural Bureau of South Australian Rural Leadership
                                                              216   6, 9
South Australia        Program




NSW Department of
                         Introduction to Animal Health Risk
Primary Industries                                            217   4
                         Management
(t/a Tocal College)


NSW Department of
                         Identification and Management of
Primary Industries                                            218   3
                         Native Grass Pastures
(t/a Tocal College)


NSW Department of
Primary Industries       Introduction to Organic Farming      219   2
(t/a Tocal College)
Grains Industry       Don't Be a Drifter due to Climate
                                                          220   1, 2, 3, 4
Training Network      Change




The Advanced Pasture Introduction to PASTURE CROPPING
                                                          221   2, 4
Cropping Co.         and NO KILL CROPPING




Brookley Consulting   Planning for Stock and Domestic
                                                          222   3
Pty Ltd               Water Supply




Education Centre
                      True Fertility Seminar and Review   224   2, 5
Gippsland
Agrimaster Pty Ltd    Farm Financial Planning             225   4, 8




TAFE - Illawarra
                      Farm Planning for Sustainability    226   3, 7
Institute



NSW Department of
Primary Industries    Healthy Soils, Healthy Landscapes   227   2
(t/a Tocal College)




Mike Stephens &       Farm Walk to 2020 - Agile Grazing
                                                          228   2
Associates Pty Ltd    Systems in Variable Climates




NSW Department of
Primary Industries    Farming in a Changing Climate       230   1, 7
(t/a Tocal College)


                      Improving Farm Management in
Back Paddock          Changing Environmental and
                                                          232   4, 6
Company               Economic Environments using Farm
                      Planning Programs



Farm Management       Farm 500 - Farm Business Risk
                                                          233   2, 4
500 Pty Ltd           Planning
Greening Australia
                       Florabank Native Seed Collector and
QLD (t/a Greening                                            234   1, 2
                       Producer Training
Australia Training)




Maelroan Computers Recording Farm Financials - Basics        235   4, 8




                       Recording Farm Financial
Maelroan Computers                                           236   4, 8
                       Management -Advanced




Rural Directions Pty
                       Creating Great Farm Employers         237   4, 6, 7, 9
Ltd

NSW Department of
Primary Industries     Conservation Farming                  238   2, 4
(t/a Tocal College)




RuralBiz Training      Understanding Farm Financial
                                                             239   8
(Kreate Pty Ltd)       Statements
IAS Management           Manage Price Risk Through a Trading
                                                             241    4, 8
Services Pty Ltd         Strategy




Far South Coast          Permaculture Design Certificate
                                                              242   3, 6
Community College        Course




Rural Industries Skill
Training (RIST)          Taking Control of Commodity Prices   243   4, 6, 8
Incorporated




Environment Australia Creating a Low Carbon Seafood
                                                              244   1, 3
Pty Ltd               Industry




Green Planet          Climate Change & Farming: Building
                                                              246   1, 2, 3, 4, 7
Consultancies Pty Ltd Resilience & Farm Profit
                      Farm Financial Budgeting using
Maelroan Computers                                     247   4, 8
                      Phoenix Power Budgets




NSW Department of
Primary Industries    LANDSCAN                         249
(t/a Tocal College)




Department of
Agriculture & Food    Understanding Grain Markets II   251   4, 6, 8, 9
Western Australia




Department of
Sustainability &      Box - Ironbark Ecology Course    252   3
Environment
Environmental
Accounting Services   How to Create & Sell Forest Carbon   253   3, 4, 5, 6
Pty Ltd




Low Stress Stock
                      Low Stress Stock Handling Course     254   2, 6, 9
Handling Pty Ltd




Bendigo Regional
                      Develop a whole farm plan            255   7
Institute of TAFE




Bendigo Regional      Develop and implement sustainable
                                                           256   3, 4, 6
Institute of TAFE     land use strategies
Bendigo Regional    Develop and manage a plan for
                                                          257   3, 4, 6
Institute of TAFE   sustainable pasture production




                    Develop and manage a plan for
Bendigo Regional    sustainable production reflecting
                                                          258   2, 3
Institute of TAFE   organic, biodynamic and biological
                    farming principles




                    Develop and manage a plan for
Bendigo Regional
                    sustainable supply and use of water   259   3, 6
Institute of TAFE
                    on a farm




                    Improve agricultural sustainability
Bendigo Regional
                    using renewable energy and recycle    260   2, 3
Institute of TAFE
                    system(s)




Bendigo Regional    Manage Environmental Management
                                                    261         6
Institute of TAFE   Systems
Bendigo Regional     Manage soils to enhance soil
                                                           262   3, 6
Institute of TAFE    sustainability




Bendigo Regional
                     Prepare budgets and financial plans   263   8
Institute of TAFE




                     Select and implement a Geographic
Bendigo Regional
                     Information System (GIS) for          264   2
Institute of TAFE
                     sustainable agricultural systems




Bendigo Regional     Course in sustainable water
                                                           265   3
Institute of TAFE    management




                     Introduction to Management Skills for
Sunstate Rural
                     Farm Managers, Supervisors and        266   1, 4, 8, 9
Training
                     Overseers




Department of
Primary Industries   Whole Farm Planning                   267   1, 3, 7
Victoria
Western College       Allan Savory's Holistic Management   270   2, 3, 4, 7, 9




Department of
Employment,
Economic              Stocktake - Pasture Monitoring       272   3, 4, 6
Development and
Innovation




Dairy Business Centre Dairying in the Dust - Adapting to
                                                           273   3, 4, 6
Pty Ltd               Climate Change Impacts




NSW Department of
Primary Industries    StockPlan - One Day                  274   1, 3, 4, 6, 8
(t/a Tocal College)
Murray Valley            Making Soils Productive - With Dr
                                                             275   2, 7
Winegrowers              Elaine Ingham




                         PAMQA+ Using PAMQA+ for Farm              1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6,
Farmtek Aust.                                                276
                         Production & Management                   7



Rural Directions Pty     Machinery Decision Making
                                                             278   4, 5, 6, 8
Ltd                      Workshop


Sunstate Rural           Understanding Farm Risk
                                                             280   4
Training                 Management




Rural Industries Skill
Training (RIST)          BeefCheque Yr1                      281   1, 2, 3, 4, 6
Incorporated
Brookley Consulting
                      Water Conservation Planning            282   3
Pty Ltd




NSW Department of
Primary Industries    Centre Pivot and Lateral Move Course 283     2
(t/a Tocal College)




Holmes Sackett Pty    Sustainable High Profit Farming in a         1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7,
                                                             284
Ltd                   Variable Climate                             8, 9
                        Property Management Planning -
SEQ Catchments Ltd      Addressing Natural Resource Issues   285   3, 7
                        on your Property




National Centre for
Sustainability at    Carbon Accounting for Forestry
                                                             287   1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
Swinburne University Sequestration
of Technology




Smith & Georg Pty Ltd Strategic Planning to Sustain Business 288   4, 6




                        Better Marketing for Profit and
Smith & Georg Pty Ltd                                        289   4, 6
                        Sustainability




Vital Soil Consulting   Vital Soil I                         290   2, 3, 5
RuralBiz Training
                    Quickchecks                         291   3, 5
(Kreate Pty Ltd)




RuralBiz Training
                    Succession Planning                 292   6, 9
(Kreate Pty Ltd)




RuralBiz Training
                    Farm Business Succession Planning   293   6, 9
(Kreate Pty Ltd)




Grazing BestPrac    Succession Planning                 294   6, 8, 9




Northed Pty Ltd     Managing the Land (Indigenous)      296   3



                    Environmental Management &
Northed Pty Ltd                                         297   3, 4
                    Sustainable Land Use
                     Cashbook Management with
Agrimaster Pty Ltd                                     300   8
                     Agrimaster




Wendy Davidson
                     Risk Assessment and Management    301   1, 4, 6
Enterprises




Break It Down        Compost & Humus Management
                                                       302   2
Composting           Seminar




                     Facilitated Succession Planning
highresolutions                                        303   6, 9
                     Meeting
GrowCom Australia
                      Centre Pivot Lateral Move Course    304   2
Pty Ltd




                                                                1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7,
TM Organics Pty Ltd   Organic Grain - Is it for you?      305
                                                                8




Sunstate Rural        Planning for family farm business
                                                          307   4, 6
Training              continuance and succession




PrincipleFocus (Aust)
                      WealthFocus                         308   2, 4, 6, 7, 8
Pty Ltd




NSW Department of
                      Farmers guide to managing climate
Primary Industries                                        309   1, 6
                      risk
(t/a Tocal College)
Grazing BestPrac      Effective communication in business   310   4, 6, 9




                      Managing soil fertility to address
Back Paddock
                      sustainable production challenges -   311   2
Company
                      understanding soil testing


Back Paddock
                      Managing Soil Health                  312   2
Company




Resource Consulting
                      Ruminant Nutrition Workshop           313   2, 3
Services Pty Ltd




TAFE NSW, Riverina
                      Climate Risk Management               315   1, 3, 4, 5
Institute
Meat and Livestock
Australia (QLD
Department of
Primary Industries   EDGEnetwork Grazing Land
                                                            317    1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7
and Fisheries, NT    Management (GLM)
Department of
Primary Industry,
Agriculture WA)




Wendy Davidson
                     Strategic Planning for Climate Change 318     4, 6
Enterprises




GrowCom Australia
                     Freshcare Environmental Program        319    4, 9
Pty Ltd




Holmes Sackett Pty   Principles of Profitable Farm Leasing -
                                                             320   4, 6, 8
Ltd                  for Cropping Enterprises




Goulburn Ovens       Greenhouse Technical Management
                                                            321    2, 6
Institute of TAFE    Course
                        Office Meltdown - Let's set the record
Partners in Grain Inc                                          323   4, 9
                        straight




                        Facilitated Succession Planning
Robert Hodge                                                  325    6, 9
                        Meeting




NSW Department of
Primary Industries      Pest and disease of honey bees        326    2, 4
(t/a Tocal College)




The Australian Wine     Managing grapevine nutrition in a
                                                              327    1, 2
Research Institute      changing environment




Green Ochre Pty Ltd     EcoMapping EMS Training               328    4, 7
TAFE NSW, Western
                         Property Management Planning          329   3, 4
Institute




ChemCert WA
                         Risk Management in Pesticide Use      332   4, 6
Incorporated




North Coast TAFE         Sustainable Private Native Forestry   333   3, 4, 7




                         Innovation & Change and Cooperative
Ag Excellence Alliance                                       334     6, 9
                         Conversations




NSW Department of
Primary Industries       PROGRAZE PLUS                         335   3
(t/a Tocal College)
The South Australian
Research and
Development
                     Managing a Variable & Changing
Institute (SARDI) -                                      336   1, 4
                     Climate in the Rural Industries
part of Primary
Industries and
Resources SA (PIRSA)




AGDATA Australia Pty Sustainable Farm Planning &
                                                         337   4, 5, 6, 7
Ltd                  Management - Module 3 (Mapping)




NSW Department of
                      Management of Trunk disease &
Primary Industries                                       338   2, 4
                      young vine decline workshop
(t/a Tocal College)




                      Managing and coping with climate
Western College                                          339   1, 2, 6, 9
                      change




Western College       Developing business resilience     340   1, 4, 5, 6, 7
                                                                     1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6,
AG IT                  PAM QA Plus 1 Day Course                341
                                                                     7, 8




Notman Agricultural    Farm Business & Pasture Feed Base
                                                               342   3, 6
Services               Planning: Part 1 - Situation Analysis




TAFE NSW, Riverina     Managing environmental
                                                               343   1, 2, 3, 4, 6
Institute              performance




Nutri-Tech Solutions   Climate Change & Carbon Farming -
                                                               344   1, 2, 4, 5
Pty Ltd                Profitability beyond petrochemicals




NSW Department of
                       Paddock Plants - Plant Identification
Primary Industries                                             345   3
                       Field Day
(t/a Tocal College)
RuralBiz Training
                         Selling your grain                346    4,6
(Kreate Pty Ltd)




Farm Management
                         Farm 500 - Climate Risk Management 347   1
500 Pty Ltd




Rural Industries Skill
                         Managing Pasture for Livestock
Training (RIST)                                            348    2, 4
                         Nutrition
Incorporated




Red River Solutions
                         Computerised Mapping              350    3
Pty Ltd




The Co-operative
                         Co-operative Identity             351    4, 6, 7, 9
College
Sureway Skills      Implementing environmentally
                                                     352    2, 3, 6
Training            sustainable work practices




RuralBiz Training
                    Dohne Sheep Management           353    2, 4, 5
(Kreate Pty Ltd)




                                                            1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6,
AG IT               PAM QA Plus 1 1/2 Day Course     354
                                                            7, 8




                   Develop & implement SQF1000 Grain,
Maelroan Computers Sheep and Wool Management          355   4
                   System




Maelroan Computers Develop & implement SQF1000 Grain 356    4




                   Develop & implement SQF1000 Grain,
Maelroan Computers Cattle, Sheep and Wool Management 357    4
                   System
                       Develop & implement SQF1000 Grain
Maelroan Computers                                       358       4
                       and Cattle




Better Farm
                       Better Farm Integrated Quality - On
Integrated Quality -                                         359   2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 9
                       Farm Quality Assurance (Grain)
CBH Group




Better Farm            Better Farm Integrated Quality - On
Integrated Quality -   Farm Quality Assurance (Grain and     360   2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 9
CBH Group              Livestock)




Global Training
                       Team Building 1                       361   6, 9
Institute Pty Ltd




Global Training
                       Strategic Planning                    362   6
Institute Pty Ltd
Global Training
                     Governance Made Easy                 363   4, 6
Institute Pty Ltd




Global Training
                     Friendly Financials                  364   8
Institute Pty Ltd




Rabobank (Australia) Discovery and Communication
                                                          365   6, 8, 9
Branch               Workshop




                     Adapting to the impacts of climate
GrapeLinks           change through targeted canopy       366   1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
                     management




TAFE NSW, Riverina
Institute - Temora   Climate Change Crossroads            367   1, 4, 5
Campus
Australian Fresh Fruit
                       AFFCO Profit Planner                 368    2, 6
Company (AFFCO)




Australian Bee        Improved pollination of apple crops in
                                                             369   2, 4
Services              a variable climate




Farm Gate Training    Property Planning                     370    1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 8




R.O. Rees & A.C.      Marketing Grains in a Volatile Global
                                                            371    4, 5, 6
Morriss               Market
                                                        1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6,
Farm Gate Training   Cost a Project               372
                                                        8, 9




Farm Gate Training   Managing small teams         373   4, 7, 9




Farm Gate Training   Operate within your budget   374   4, 8, 9




Farm Gate Training   Managing a project           375   4, 7




Milkwood
                     Keyline Design Course        376   2, 3, 6, 7
Permaculture
                        Integrated Pest Management (IPM) in
Department of
                        deciduous fruit tree crops to manage
Agriculture & Food                                           377   4
                        pests & diseases in a changing
Western Australia
                        environment




Break It Down           Advanced Compost & Humus
                                                            378    2
Composting              Management Course




Agrisolutions Pty Ltd   Small Microscope Course             379    2, 5




Taree Community
                        Managing People and Projects        380    9
College
Mulloon Creek       Permaculture Design Certificate
                                                       382    3, 6, 7
Natural Farms       Course




Mulloon Creek
                    Permaculture Earthworks Course     383    3
Natural Farms




Streamwise Learning
Pty Ltd (Monash Uni
                    Meat Executive Program 2009        384    6, 7, 9
"Executive
Programs")




                    Introduction to Water Trading: More
Bendigo Regional
                    Profit, Less Risk in your Water     385   4, 6
Institute of TAFE
                    Allocation
Frontline Services
                     Freshcare Environmental              386    4, 7
Australia Pty Ltd




The South Australian
Research and
Development          Overview on managing a changing
Institute (SARDI) -  and variable climate in rural        387    1, 2, 3, 4, 6
part of Primary      industries
Industries and
Resources SA (PIRSA)




Milkwood
                     Compost and Compost Tea Workshop 389        2, 3, 4, 6, 7
Permaculture




Sunraysia Institute of Farm Succession Planning - Where do
                                                           390   4, 9
TAFE                   you Start?
Stress Free          Stress Free Stockmanship for Healthy
                                                          391     2, 3
Stockmanship         Landscapes




Department of
Employment,
Economic             Nutriton Plus - Basic Nutrition Course 395   2, 4
Development and
Innovation




                     Tackling Greenhouse and Sustainable
Environmental Farm
                     Land Use issues using Environmental 396      1, 3
Plan Solutions
                     Farm Planning




Department of
Employment,
                     Testng Management Options: Beef
Economic                                                   397    4, 6
                     Cattle
Development and
Innovation
Ag Connections         Improving Structural Soundness     398   2




                       Improving Genetics for Climate
Ag Connections                                            399   1, 2
                       Variability




South Australian No-
Tillage Farmers        Managing Crop Risk by Monitoring
                                                          400   2, 4
Association Inc.       Soil Moisture
(SANTFA)
The Australian Wine     Integrated Pest Management for
                                                             401   1, 2
Research Institute      changing viticultural environments




Private Forestry
                    5 Day Native Forest & Plantation
Southern Queensland                                          402   1, 3
                    Management Workshop
Inc.




                     Pasture Cropping and No Kill Cropping
The Advanced Pasture
                     - Advanced Course: Cropping           403     2, 6
Cropping Co.
                     Solutions in a Changing Climate




                        Stored Grain Treatment, Sampling
Partners in Grain Inc                                        404   4, 5
                        and Testing workshop
Australian Institute of
                        Company Directors Course         405    4, 6, 8, 9
Company Directors




                                                                1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6,
Booth Technology      PAM QA Plus 1 1/2 Day Course       406
                                                                7, 8




Holmes Sackett Pty    Sheepmeat & wool cost of production
                                                          407   4, 6
Ltd                   workshops




The FreeRange
                      Permaculture Design Certificate    408    1, 2, 3, 6, 7
Permaculture Trust
Milkwood
                      Permaculture Design Certificate   409   1, 2, 3, 6, 7
Permaculture




Chris Houghton
                      Better Grow, Better Graze         410   2, 4, 5, 6
Agricultural




                      Farm Planning Systems: Managing
ACE North Coast Inc   climate and carbon on farm for    411   1, 3
                      graziers
                      Farm Planning Systems: Building
ACE North Coast Inc                                        412    1, 3
                      Resilience for Macadamia Farms




                      Farm Planning Systems: Adapt to the
ACE North Coast Inc   changing Climate through transitional 413   1, 3
                      farming




Wide Bay Institute of
                      Leadership Skills                    414    9
TAFE




Red River Solutions
                      Farm Financial Management            415    8
Pty Ltd
                   Improving farm management in
                   planning and recording using farm
Back Paddock
                   imagery (maps) in changing           416   4, 6
Company
                   environments using farm planning
                   programs



North Coast TAFE   Assessing Soil Health and Carbon     417   2, 3, 7




                   Introduction to Controlled Traffic
CTF Solutions                                           418   2, 6
                   Farming (AQF Accredited)




                   Introduction to Controlled Traffic
CTF Solutions                                           419   2, 6
                   Farming (Non Accredited)




                   Machinery for More Sustainable
CTF Solutions                                           420   2, 6
                   Cropping (AQF Accredited)
                     Machinery for More Sustainable
CTF Solutions                                             421   2, 6
                     Cropping (Non Accredited)




G & S Hand &         Allan Savory's Holistic Management
                                                          422   2, 3, 4, 6
Associates Pty Ltd   Framework

3D - Ag Pty Ltd




                     What's a good price? Understanding
                     grain pricing & what elements you    423   4, 6
                     can manage




TAFE NSW, Riverina
                     Soil Carbon Management               426   1, 3, 6
Institute




TAFE NSW, Riverina
                     Financial Management - Budgeting     427   4, 6, 8
Institute
TAFE NSW, Western
                      Preparing the Enterprise for Organic
Sydney Institute,                                              428   3, 5
                      Certification
Nirimba College




                      Organic Grain - Is it for you? (Online         1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7,
TM Organics Pty Ltd                                            429
                      course)                                        8




NSW Department of
Primary Industries    Promoting Vineyard Health Workshop 430         2, 4, 6
(t/a Tocal College)




Holmes Sackett Pty
                      Soil Fertility Balancing                 431   2, 3, 4, 5
Ltd
Department of
                       Sustainable Sheep worm control -
Agriculture & Food                                        432   4, 7
                       Worm egg count monitoring
Western Australia




Great Southern TAFE Risk Management in Pesticide Use      433   4, 6




South Australian No-
Tillage Farmers        Managing Crop Risk by Monitoring
                                                          434   2, 4
Association Inc.       Soil Moisture - 1 Day workshop
(SANTFA)




                       Profiting from Climate Change -
Carbon House Pty Ltd                                      435   1, 2
                       Navigating Your Business




                     Profiting from Climate Change -
Carbon House Pty Ltd Navigating Your Business Executive   436   1, 2
                     Program
Rural Directions Pty    Benchmarking & Strategic Issues
                                                             438   4, 7, 8
Ltd                     Identification & Planning




South West Regional
                    Risk Management in Pesticide Use         439   4, 6
College of TAFE



Australian Mushroom
                    Advanced Update for Experienced
Growers Association                                          440   2, 4
                    Mushroom Growers
Ltd


Farm Management         Farm 500 - Developing & Planning for
                                                             441   2, 3, 4, 6, 8
500 Pty Ltd             Financial Diversity




Vital Soil Consulting   Vital Soil, An Introduction          442   3




Countryco Training
                        Supervision Skills Training Course   443   6, 9
Pty Ltd
Rural Industries Skill
Training (RIST)          Managing Beef Health               444   4, 5, 6
Incorporated




Central West TAFE        Risk Management in Pesticide Use   446   4, 6




                         Benchmarking - Farm Business
Rural Directions Pty
                         Analysis (Business Management      448   4, 7, 8
Ltd
                         Group)




Carbon Farmers of
                         Carbon Farming 101                 449   1, 2, 3, 4, 7
Australia
Mike Stephens &       Farm Walk to 2020 - Agile Cropping
                                                           450   1, 2
Associates Pty Ltd    Systems in a Variable Climate




CY O'Connor College
                      Risk Management in Pesticide Use     451   4, 6
of TAFE




The South Australian
Research and
Development
                     Module 1 of Managing a changing
Institute (SARDI) -                                        452   1, 2, 3, 4, 6
                     and variable climate
part of Primary
Industries and
Resources SA (PIRSA)




The South Australian
Research and
Development
                     Module 2 of Managing a changing
Institute (SARDI) -                                        453   1, 2, 3, 4, 6
                     and variable climate
part of Primary
Industries and
Resources SA (PIRSA)
The South Australian
Research and
Development
                     Module 3 of Managing a changing
Institute (SARDI) -                                      454    1, 2, 3, 4, 6
                     and variable climate
part of Primary
Industries and
Resources SA (PIRSA)




The South Australian
Research and
Development
                     Module 4 of Managing a changing
Institute (SARDI) -                                      455    1, 2, 3, 4, 6
                     and variable climate
part of Primary
Industries and
Resources SA (PIRSA)




The South Australian
Research and
Development
                     Update of managing on changing and
Institute (SARDI) -                                       456   1, 2, 3, 4, 6
                     variable climate in rural industries
part of Primary
Industries and
Resources SA (PIRSA)




                     Sustaining the Turf Production
                     Industry - Environmental
E-par Pty Ltd                                            459    1, 2, 4, 7
                     Management System Development
                     and Implementation
                       Sustaining the Wine Industry -
E-par Pty Ltd          Environmental Management System     460   1, 2, 4, 7
                       Development and Implementation




NSW Department of
                       Organisation governance &
Primary Industries                                         463   4, 6
                       stewardship
(t/a Tocal College)




Grains Industry
                       Spray Application - Best Practice   464   1,2
Training Network




Starick Agricultural
                       Advanced Soil Fertility Balancing   465   2, 3, 4, 5
Consulting P/L




                       MYOB / Money Manager - Budgeting
Capitis Accounting     & Cashflow Forecasting using your
                                                         466     4, 5, 6, 7, 8
Solutions              MYOB data and Money Manager
                       software
                     PAM QA Plus - Using Farm
Capitis Accounting                                              1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7,
                     Management Software for Production 467
Solutions                                                       8
                     recording and enterprise analysis




                     MYOB - Setting up and working with
Capitis Accounting   MYOB accounting software for
                                                          468   4, 5, 6, 7, 8
Solutions            accurate farm financial record
                     keeping




Grazing BestPrac     GPS / GIS Training                   471   2, 3, 7




Grazing BestPrac     Computerised Property Planning       472   2, 3
Farm Management
                  Farm 500 - Marketing              473   2, 3, 4, 6, 8
500 Pty Ltd




                  ISO 14001 - International
ECAAS Pty Ltd                                       474   3, 4, 6
                  Environmental Management System




                  EnviroCert - Environmental
ECAAS Pty Ltd     Management for small & medium     475   3, 4, 6
                  sized businesses
The Permaculture
                         Permaculture Earthworks Course      476   3
Research Institute




Permaculture             Permaculture Design Certificate
                                                             477   3, 6, 7
Research Institute       Course




                         efarmer' - (web based) Whole Farm
Bio-Planning Australia                                       478   4, 6, 7
                         Planning




                         Facilitated Succession Planning
Farminganswers                                               479   6, 9
                         Meeting
IPM Technologies Pty Control of key pasture pests using
                                                               480   2, 3
Ltd                  Integrated Pest Management




ChemCert WA              Spray Application and Chemical Risk
                                                               481   4, 6
Incorporated             Management in Grain Production




Skilbuild WA
                     Organisational Policy and Procedures 482        4, 7, 9
Consultancy Services




Rural Industries Skill
Training (RIST)          Money Making Mums                     484   4, 6
Incorporated
Carbon Farmers of                                               1, 2, 3, 4, 7,
                     Practical Soil Carbon Farming    485
Australia                                                   8




                   Sustainable Farm Planning and
Maelroan Computers Management - Module 4              486   4, 5, 6, 7
                   Fundamentals of Mapping




Meat and Livestock
                     EDGEnetwork The Nutrition EDGE   487   1, 2, 3, 4, 6
Australia




Meat and Livestock
                     EDGEnetwork The Breeding EDGE    488   1, 2, 4, 6, 7
Australia
NSW Department of
Primary Industries    Feeder Steer School                       489   2, 4, 6
(t/a Tocal College)




                                                                      1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7,
TM Organics Pty Ltd   Organis Dairy - Is it for you?            490
                                                                      8




                                                                      1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7,
TM Organics Pty Ltd   Organic Dairy - Is it for you? (Online)   491
                                                                      8




                                                                      1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7,
TM Organics Pty Ltd   Introduction to conversion to organic 492
                                                                      8


Grains Industry
                      Plan to Market Grain (Workshop 1)         494   4
Training Network
                       Precision Agriculture - introduction to
FARMpos Pty Ltd        variable rate and spatial data          495   2, 3
                       management




AgroClim Australia     Adapting for Climate Change            496    1, 3, 4, 6




                       Profiting from Climate Change -
Carbon House Pty Ltd                                          498    1, 2
                       Indigenous Land Programs




                       Preparing & Understanding Cashflow
Devine Agribusiness                                       499        4, 5, 8
                       Projections - Single Enterprise
Green Planet          Climate Change & Farming: Building
                                                           501   1, 2, 5
Consultancies Pty Ltd Resilience & Farm Profit (1 day)




Tasmanian Quality    Freshcare Food Safety and Quality
                                                           502   4, 5, 6
Assured Inc          (V3)
Biz4orce.com Pty Ltd Whole FarmPlanning                 504    7,8




Biz4orce.com Pty Ltd Wholefarm Planning                 504    7, 8




                      Agriculture's Quantum Leap…energy,
Resource Consulting
                      ecosystems and the human           505   1, 7
Services Pty Ltd
                      connection
                      Spray Application and Chemical Risk
Great Southern TAFE                                         506   4, 6
                      Management in Grain Production




AgForce Queensland    Business Essnetials                   507   4, 6, 7, 9




Devine Agribusiness   Understanding Your Farm Business      508   1, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8




Devine Agribusiness   Analysing a Farm Business             509   4, 5, 8
                      A Focus on varieties: vine
Tassie Viticultural
                      identification and a look at alternative 510   2, 5
Consulting
                      varieties




                        Foundations of Directorship Programs
Australian Institute of
                        - Module 3: Introduction to Financial 518    4, 6, 8, 9
Company Directors
                        Information for Directors




                        Foundations of Directorship Programs
Australian Institute of
                        - Module 4: Assessing Financial      519     4, 6, 8, 9
Company Directors
                        Performance for Directors
                        Foundations of Directorship
Australian Institute of
                        Programs:- Module 5: Introduction to 520      4, 6, 8, 9
Company Directors
                        the Strategic Role of Director




Australian Institute of Foundations of Directorship Programs
                                                                521   4, 6, 8, 9
Company Directors       - Module 6: Risk - Issues for directors




ChemCert WA            ChemCert WA;'s Reaccreditation
                                                               523    4, 6
Incorporated           Course
                     Pathway to Profit (in Business and in
Terry Sofra & Co                                             524   4, 6, 9
                     Life)




Holmes Sackett Pty   Principles of Profitable Farm Leasing -
                                                             525   4, 5, 6, 7, 8
Ltd                  for Livestock Enterprises




                     Sustainabel Farm Planning and
Maelron Computers    Management Module 1 -                   526   4, 5, 6, 7
                     Fundamentals of Cropping




SWEP Pty Ltd
Analytical                                                   527   2, 5
Laboratories




                     Understanding and using the Mikhail
                     System to achieve sustainable and
                     optimum yields from your farm
                      Freshcare On-Farm Assurance -
Hort-Ag Consultancies Quality and Food Safety (Fresh           528   2, 3, 4, 6, 9
                      Produce)




CY O'Connor College      Spray Application and Chemical Risk
                                                               529   4, 6
of TAFE                  Management in Grain Production




Rural Industries Skill
Training (RIST)          Prograze                              530   1, 3, 6
Incorporated




Rural Solutions SA       Centre Pivot and Lateral Move Course 531    2, 7
                     Freshcare On-Farm Assurance -
Rural Business
                     Quality and Food Safety (Fresh   532   2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 9
Solutions
                     Produce)




                     Freshcare On-Farm Assurance -
Annabel Training &                                          2, 3, 4, 6, 7,
                     Quality and Food Safety (Fresh   533
Support                                                     11
                     Produce)




                     Freshcare On-Farm Assurance -
                                                            2, 3, 4, 6, 7,
TyQual               Quality and Food Safety (Fresh   534
                                                            10
                     Produce)
                     Freshcare On-Farm Assurance -
Frontline Services
                     Quality and Food Safety (Fresh       535   2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 9
Australia Pty Ltd
                     Produce)




                     Freshcare On-Farm Assurance -
Palmer Produce
                     Quality and Food Safety (Fresh       536   2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 9
Management
                     Produce)




                     Sustaining the Turf Production
E-par Pty Ltd        Industry Part II - EMS Management,   539   1, 2, 3, 4, 7
                     Review and Auditing
                     Sustaining the Wine Industry Part II -
E-par Pty Ltd        EMS Management, Review and             540   1, 2, 4, 7
                     Auditing




National Centre for
Sustainability at    Carbon Accounting for Agriculture &
                                                           541    1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
Swinburne University Land Use Change
of Technology




                     Spray Application & Chemical Risk
Central West TAFE                                          542    4, 6
                     Management in Grain Production




Farm Management
                     Farm 500 - Introduction to Marketing 543     2, 3, 4, 6, 8
500 Pty Ltd
                   Applying SFI Methodology to Create
Soil Foodweb
                   Compost, Compost Tea and Analysing 544   2, 7
International
                   the Tea Created




                   Freshcare On-Farm Assurance -
Perth Region NRM   Quality and Food Safety (Fresh    545    4
                   Produce)




                   Freshcare On-Farm Assurance -
TyQual             Quality and Food Safety (Fresh    546    2, 3, ,4, 6, 9
                   Produce) - Transition Training
                       Freshcare On-Farm Assurance -
Tasmanian Quality
                       Quality and Food Safety (Fresh   547   4, ,5 6
Assured Inc
                       Produce) - Transition Training




                       Freshcare On-Farm Assurance -
TrainSafe NT           Qualoty and Food Safety (Fresh   548   2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 9,
                       Produce)




Rural Directions Pty
                       Benchmarking - An Introduction   549   6, 8
Ltd




Walter Edward Collins Freshcare On-Farm Assurance -
T/A Trial Bay Quality Quality and Food Safety (Fresh    550   2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 9
Assurance             Produce)
                    Freshcare On-Farm Assurance -
GrowCom Australia
                    Quality and Food Safety (Fresh   553   1, 2, 3, 6, 7 ,9
Pty Ltd
                    Produce)




                    Freshcare On-Farm Assurance -
GrowCom Australia
                    Quality and Food Safety (Fresh   554   2, 3, ,4 ,6 ,9
Pty Ltd
                    Produce) - Transition Training




                    Freshcare On-Farm Assurance -
Rudge Produce
                    Quality and Food Safety (Fresh   555   2, 3, 6, 7 ,9
Systems
                    Produce)
                      Freshcare On-Farm Assurance -
Rudge Produce
                      Quality and Food Safety (Fresh   556   2, 3 ,4 6, 7, ,9
Systems
                      Produce) - Transition Training




                      Freshcare On-Farm Assurance -
Hort-Ag Consultancies Quality and Food Safety (Fresh   557   2, 3, 4, 6, 9
                      Produce) - Transition Training
                      Freshcare On-Farm Assurance -
Annabel Training &
                      Quality and Food Safety (Fresh   558   2, 3, 4 6, 7, 9
Support
                      Produce) - Transition Training




                      ChemCert WA;'s Reaccreditation
Great Southern TAFE                                    559   4, 6
                      Course
South West Regional ChemCert WA's Reaccreditation
                                                     560   4, 6
College of TAFE     Course




                    Freshcare On-Farm Assurance -
Rural Business
                    Quality and Food Safety (Fresh   561   2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 9
Services
                    Produce) - Transition Training
                     Freshcare On-Farm Assurance -
Palmer Produce
                     Quality and Food Safety (Fresh   563   2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 9
Management
                     Produce) - Transition Training




Soil Foodweb         Soil Food Web Interactions and
                                                      564   2, 7
International        Benefits to Plant Production




                     Freshcare On-Farm Assurance -
Frontline Services
                     Quality and Food Safety (Fresh   565   2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 9
Australia Pty Ltd
                     Produce) - Transition Training
                    Capturing green benefits - Getting
Australian Landcare
                    started with the Australian Land
Management System                                        566   1, 3, 6, 7
                    Management Approved Systems
Ltd (ALMS Ltd)
                    (ALMAS)




PRW Agribusiness     Google Earth for Land Managers      567   3, 7




Agricultural Resource Farm Resource Risk Assessment
                                                         568   3, 7
Management            Workshop
                        Freshcare On-Farm Assurance -
North Coast TAFE        Quality and Food Safety (Fresh   570   2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 9
                        Produce) - Transition Training




Vital Soil Consulting   Vital Soil II, Part A            571   3, 5




Vital Soil Consulting   Vital Soil II, Part B            572   3, 5




TAFE NSW, Western
                        Succession Planning              573   4, 6, 8, 9
Institute
Rural Directions Pty
                        Breeding Leadership 2010           576    6
Ltd




South Australian No-
Tillage Farmers         Fundamental Greenhouse Gases in a
                                                          578     4, 5
Association Inc.        Farming System
(SANTFA)




Australian Institute of
                        Frontline Supervision Skills       579    9
Viticulture




Rural Directions Pty    Creating Great Farm Employers - One
                                                            580   4, 9
Ltd                     day course
Rural Directions Pty   Grain Marketing - A Year round
                                                           581    4, 5, 6
Ltd                    Responsibility




Rural Directions Pty   Grain Marketing - The impact on your
                                                            582   4, 5, 6, 7
Ltd                    farming business




Rural Directions Pty
                       Succession Planning Workshop        583    6, 9
Ltd




TAFE NSW - New
                       Apply sustainability practices      584    1,6
England Institute
Weatern Australia No
Tillage Farmers      Disc Seeding in Zero Tillage Farming
                                                            590   2, 7
Association          Systems
(WANTFA)




CY O'Connor College     ChemCert WA's Reaccreditation
                                                            591   4, 6
of TAFE                 Course




                        Feeding Finesse: Learning how to
Western Dairy           optimise the feeding of Western
                                                            592   2, 5
Incorporated            Australia dairy cows in a drying
                        climate.




                        Agricultural Commodity Price Risk
Smith & Georg Pty Ltd                                       596   4
                        Management (5 Days)
NSW Department of
                       A dairy farmers' guide to managing
Primary Industries                                          597   1, 2, 3, 6
                       climate risk
(t/a Tocal College)




Mulloon Creek          Primary Producers Permaculture
                                                            599   3, 7
Natural Farms          Design Course




O'Callaghan Rural
                       Reviewing your Business              600   4, 6, 8
Management




Rural Directions Pty
                       Fast Track to Entrepreneurship       601   6, 8, 9
Ltd
                   Freshcare On-Farm Assurance -
Maelroan Computers Quality and Food Safety (Fresh   602   2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 9
                   Produce)




                   Freshcare On-Farm Assurance -
Maelroan Computers Quality and Food Safety (Fresh   603   2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 9
                   Produce) - Transition Training
Australian Agricultural
                        "On Farm" Composting                605    1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
Colleges Corporation




National Centre for
Dairy Education       Don Campbell Memorial Study Tour      606    2, 4
Australia




                      Planning to succeed in a Changing
Alan Blackburn and
                      Climate - A practical course on how to 607   4, 8
Associates Consulting
                      plan your farm business




                      RST14 Data management & planning
Regional Skills       for sustainable production systems,
                                                          608      2,3
Training Pty Ltd      weed, pest & disease control in
                      changing climatic conditions.
                   RST15 Develop marketing &
                   agricultural crop production plans
Regional Skills    giving consideration to appropriate
                                                       609     1,6
Training Pty Ltd   risk & business management, climate
                   soil & production targets for a
                   sustainble business


                   RST17 Develop a marketing plan &
                   budget to facilitate improved product
Regional Skills
                   & enterprise performance giving       610   4,8
Training Pty Ltd
                   consideration to expected risks &
                   business sustainability




                   RST19 Research & apply rural industry
Regional Skills
                   knowledge to support improved risk 611      4,5
Training Pty Ltd
                   management for the business




                   RST18 Idenitify, seek & manage data
Regional Skills    & information to analyse appropriate
                                                        612    4,6
Training Pty Ltd   machinery & capital investment
                   options for the business




                   RST16 Develop verbal & written
Regional Skills    communication, administration &
                                                        613    6,9
Training Pty Ltd   people management skills for the
                   rural business




Courses Direct     Advanced Permaculture                618    2, 3
Courses Direct   Bookkeeping Intermediate       621   8




Courses Direct   Bookkeeping - Introduction     622   8




                 Commercial Organic Vegetable
Courses Direct                                  623   2, 3
                 Growing




                 Conservation & Environmental
Courses Direct                                  624   1, 3
                 Farming
Courses Direct   Financial (Money) Management   625   8




Courses Direct   Management                     630   9




Courses Direct   Organic Farming                631   2, 3
Courses Direct   Pasture Management     632   2, 3




Courses Direct   Permaculture Systems   633   2, 3




Courses Direct   Personnel Management   634   9
Courses Direct   Soil Management            635   2,3




Courses Direct   Sustainable Agriculture    636   2, 3




Courses Direct   Trees for Rehabilitation   637   2, 3




                 Water Conservation and
Courses Direct                              638   2, 3
                 Management
Rural Directions Pty   Talking to your Bank - Knowing Your
                                                             640   4, 8
Ltd                    Numbers




                       Freshcare On-Farm Assurance -
Gioia Small                                                  642   2, 3, 4, 6, 9
                       Environmental - Viticulture




RuralBiz Training
                       Farm Planning                         643   3, 4
(Kreate Pty Ltd)
                      Freshcare On-Farm Assurance -
McKerrell Agriculture Quality and Food Safety (Fresh   644   2, ,3 ,4 ,6 7,9
                      Produce) - Transition Training




Industry &            Freshcare On-Farm Assurance -
Investment NSW -      Quality and Food Safety (Fresh   645   2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 9
Murray & Riverina     Produce) - Transition Training




Industry &            Freshcare On-Farm Assurance -
Investment NSW -      Quality and Food Safety (Fresh   646   2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 9
Murray & Riverina     Produce)
Rural Industries Skill
Training (RIST)          More Beef from Breeding           648   4, 6
Incorporated




                         Freshcare On - Farm Assurance -
Hort-Ag Consultancies                                      652   2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 9
                         Environmental




                         Freshcare On - Farm Assurance -
Hort-Ag Consultancies                                      653   2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 9
                         Environmental - Viticulture
                     An Introduction to Soil Food Web
Soil Foodweb
                     International, their Methodology &   654   merline
International
                     Biological Approach to Soil Health




Frontline Services   Freshcare On - Farm Assurance -
                                                          656   2, ,3 ,4, 6, 7, 9
Australia Pty Ltd    Environmental - Viticulture




Holmes Sackett Pty
                     Beef cost of production workshops    657   4, 6
Ltd
Industry &             Freshcare On-Farm Assurance -
Investment NSW -       Quality and Food Safety (Fresh       658    2, 3, 4, 6, 9
North Coast            Produce)




Industry &             Freshcare On-Farm Assurance -
Investment NSW -       Quality and Food Safety (Fresh       659    2, 3, 4, 6, 9
North Coast            Produce) - Transition Training




Rural Directions Pty   Leasing and share farming - from both
                                                             660   4, 5, 8
Ltd                    side of the fence
Resource Consulting
                      Farm Fit for Profit                  661   4, 5, 6
Services Pty Ltd

                      DairySAT - self-assessment tool to
                      improve productivity and
Bioplanning Australia                                      662   1, 3, 4, 6, 7
                      environmental outcomes on your
                      farm
Skilbuild WA
                     Organisational Finances               664   7, 8, 9
Consultancy Services




                      Humus Compost Production &
YLAD Living Soils                                          665   2
                      Agronomy Seminar




                      Advanced Soil Fertility Seminar &
YLAD Living Soils                                          666   1,2
                      Field Trip




Fusion Farms          Compost and Compost Tea Workshop 670       2, 3, 4, 6, 7
Fusion Farms         Permaculture Design Certificate      671   1, 2, 3, 6, 7




Fusion Farms         Keyline & Carbonm Farming            672   2, 3, 6, 7




                     Fundamentals of Precision Farming          1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6,
Booth Technology                                          674
                     with Farmstar                              7




                     Financial Management using Financial
Maelroan Computers                                        676   4, 8
                     Programs




Sheep Consultancy
                     Sheep Planning to Reduce Farm Risk   677   2, 3, 4
Service Pty Ltd
WestVic AgServices   Using Internet, email and Google
                                                        678   2, 3
P/L                  Earth for Precision Agriculture




Rural Business       Freshcare On-Farm Assurance -
                                                        680   2, 3,4, 6, 7, 9
Services             Environmental - Viticulture




Rural Business       Freshcare On-Farm Assurance -
                                                        681   2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 9
Services             Environmental
Rural Directions Pty   Grain Marketing – Post Harvest
                                                        683   4, 6, 7
Ltd                    Management




Durack Institute of    ChemCert WA's Reaccreditation
                                                        694   4, 6
Technology             Course




Maelroan Computers PAM Cropping Training - Basics       695   4, 6, 8
                      Building soil carbon and improving
O'Grady Rural         soil health - the key to a sustainable   696   2, 3
                      future.




National Centre for
Dairy Education       Feeding Pastures for Profit              697   1, 4, 5, 6
Australia




M and C Gardner &
                      Allan Savory's Holistic Management       700   2, 3, 4
Associates




Sunraysia Institute of
                       EMAP Program                            702   3, 4
TAFE
The FreeRange
                      Holistic Management                703   2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8
Permaculture Trust




Agrimaster Pty Ltd    Intermediate Cashbook              704   6, 8




Davey and Maynard     Pasture Principles                 705   1, 2, 3




National Centre for
Dairy Education       Sustainable Dairy Infrastructure   707   2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 9
Australia
Grow SA Ltd   Farming for the Future   714   1, 2, 4, 5, 6
                                                                                       Delivery
                        Course Description                                  Cost
                                                                                    State/Territory


Cell GrazingFocus aims to teach participants to understand and
implement best practice grazing management principles. Assisting
participants to achieve increased health of their livestock, landscape
and business through working with natural ecological processes.
Analyse farm's grazing management performance and compare it to
best practice database.
- Work with natural ecological processes to reduce costs and
improve landscape productivity.
- Use a deep understanding of ecology to regenerate natural            $1,925.00   National
resources.
- Set a strategic plan for the farmer and the land, including clear
goals for profit, productivity, people and property.
- Understand the key principles of a sustainable grazing and crop
management system uniquely designed by the farmer for the farm.
- Analyse the holistic nature of land management and using best
practice grazing management principles to increase ecological
health.
The Business of Farming course aims to change innovative
approaches to farming through questioning and challenging
traditional approaches in all areas of farming and by looking at
different management techniques that are achieving results. The
course encourages participants to holistically explore and review
their entire business.
This dynamic 5 day course has been specifically designed for farming
and grazing businesses to assist in providing a holistic management
course that enables participants to:
- Identify and evaluate the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and
threats in commercial Agriculture today
- Analyse the farms’ performance and compare it to our best
practice database                                                       $3,850.00   National
- Identify the drivers of profit in the business and define the weakest
link in their current operation
- Learn to work with natural ecological processes to reduce costs
and improve landscape productivity
- Use a deep understanding of ecology to regenerate natural
resources
- Work through a proven template to redesign their business for
increased profitability
- Set a strategic plan for themselves and their business including
clear goals for profit, productivity, people and property
- Understand the key principles of a sustainable grazing and crop
management system uniquely designed by them for their farm.
Participants will:
Learn why farmers should map and measure their land resources
(farm infrastructure, soils, microclimates, water resources, salinity,
environmental resources); Learn how other farmers have used this
                                                                        $350.00     National
information to increase productivity, profitability and sustainability;
See the benefits of the systematic development of new crops and
pastures based on quality information; and Learn about the
importance of Farm Planning for a farm property.

An introduction to the importance of Carbon in the farming context.
The course will start with an explanation of the carbon cycle and its
importance to the World and food security and then look at detail at
carbon on the farm, its use and sequestration by farming              $350.00       National
techniques. The course will cover the evolving carbon trading
process, the Government ETS and how to become involved in
carbon farming.
An introduction to the importance of defining personal aims and
objectives for a farm and the use of farm mapping for Natural
Resource Management. The course will start with defining personal
goals and objectives based on the values, expectations and personal
goals of the people involved followed by an explanation of the value $350.00   National
of maps and accurate data recording. The course will then explain
how to organize and georeference an aerial photograph, define
property boundaries and property features such as fencing layout,
water supply, buildings, yards, pastures and plantations.


An introduction to the importance of understanding soils on a farm
and the use of soil mapping for Natural Resource Management. The
course will start with defining the critical soil factors followed by an
explanation of the value of soil maps and accurate soil sampling and
recording. The course will then explain how to collect and organize $800.00    National
soil data and analyse the data. The Course will also cover the use of
tools for physical resource data collection and analysis and give
examples of farmers who have used soil information to improve
productivity, diversity into new crops, and farm more productively.


An introduction to the importance of microclimates on a farm and
the use of microclimate mapping for Natural Resource
Management. The course will start with defining microclimates
followed by an explanation of the value of microclimate maps and
accurate temperature recording. The course will then explain how to
                                                                    $800.00    National
collect and organise temperature data and analyse the data. The
course will also cover the use of tools for data collection and
analysis and give examples of farmers who have used microclimate
information to improve productivity, diversify into new crops and
farm more productively.

An introduction to the importance of farm planning for new crop
diversification and the use of resource mapping for Natural
Resource Management. The course will start with defining the new
crop diversification process followed by an explanation of the value
of resource maps and accurate data collation for crop decisions. The
                                                                     $800.00   National
course will then explain how to collect and organise resource data
and analyse the data. The course will also cover the use of tools,
value adding, and marketing principles and give examples of farmers
who have used resource data to diversify into new crops and farm
more productively.
An introduction to the Water Resources Planning and the Farming
Smarter Programme for the use of natural resource planning to
                                                                   $600.00      National
adapt to the impacts of climate change on water resources on the
farm.
An introduction to the issue of Salinity and the Farming Smarter
Programme for the use of natural resource planning to adapt to the
                                                                   $350.00      National
impacts of climate change on salinity and land resources on the
farm.
An introduction to Environmental Values and the Farming Smarter
Programme for the use of natural resource planning to adapt to the
                                                                   $350.00      National
impacts of climate change on environmental values and land
resources on the farm.
An introduction to Pasture Planning and the Farming Smarter
Programme for the use of natural resource planning to adapt to the $600.00      National
impacts of climate change on pastures on the farm.

An introduction to Farm Planning and the Farming Smarter
Programme for the use of natural resource planning to adapt to the $600.00      National
impacts of climate change on resources on the farm.
This course aims to train participants in how: To provide farmers
with comprehensive knowledge and hands on experience to enable
                                                                  $699.00       National
them to implement biological farming strategies into everyday
farming practices.
Farm Financial Management - Module 1 is designed to assist the
participant to find recording methods using the Phoenix software
that suit their business. The course looks at financial transactions
that occur in the business and develop methods to record those       $500.00    National
transactions. Those records are then drawn on to produce reports to
assist in not only meeting statutory requirements, but assist in
making key management decisions.
Farm Financial Management – Module 2 is designed to take the
participant beyond basic record keeping in using the Phoenix
software. It is tailored to transfer a more detailed knowledge of the
                                                                      $500.00   National
different financial structures that are found in business operations,
and give the participants the skills to produce and use more in depth
reports.
Farm Financial Management – Module 3 is designed to deliver
through training in Phoenix software a transfer of knowledge on the
                                                                    $500.00     National
development of primary production budgeting principles to aid in a
greater holistic understanding of future viability.
Adaptive whole farm planning workshops assist participants to
develop whole farm plans to address climate change and drought
proofing through the use of environmental management systems as
a systematic approach to sustainable and profitable land use.
During the two day training course, participants will complete an                   NSW, NT, QLD,
                                                                   $770.00
environmental review for their property or business. This involves                  TAS, WA
identifying and prioritising environmental issues for action and
ongoing management, such as sustainable resource use, water
quality and management, and other impacts resulting or
exacerbated by climate change.


This one day course involves sessions on the science behind land-
based greenhouse gas emissions and abatement, greenhouse gas
accounting and practical strategies to adapt to new opportunities
presently being offered. The course provides guidance to land         $605.00       National
managers on how to conduct a farm based GHG inventory and
develop feasibility assessments for implementing sustainable land
management practices and carbon abatement projects.
Phoenix Basics -                               Essential
knowledge in how to use the Phoenix software for your financial       $220.00       SA
management and reporting.
The Grazing for Profit school is a fully integrated business school for
the livestock industry providing an holistic insight into the many
factors that affect an agricultural business. At the conclusion of the
program the participants have a range of tools and the integrated
knowledge to undertake appropriate
- strategic management for their farming business,
- focused on production, profitability and reduced risk
- using regenerative land practices and                                 $3,750.00   National
- incorporating the management of climate variability in the
decision making process
- by developing strategies to maximize water use efficiency in the
management of pastures for production and building carrying
capacity
- and developing monitoring tools to ensure the optimal stocking
rates are achieved
The Farming for Profit school is a fully integrated business school for
the cropping and mixed farming enterprises providing an holistic
insight into the many factors that affect an agricultural business. At
the conclusion of the program the participants have used a range of
tools and begun developing the integrated knowledge to undertake
appropriate
- strategic management for your farming business,
- focused on production, profitability and reduced risk
                                                                        $3,750.00   National
- using regenerative land practices and
- incorporating the management of climate variability in the decision
making process
- by developing strategies to maximize water use efficiency through
the integration of both pastures and crops in differing climatic
conditions including pasture cropping
- and developing monitoring tools to ensure optimal enterprise
selection in these varying conditions.

The KLR Marketing 2 day school aims are to:
•	Principles of marketing livestock using KLR principles
•	Managing the Grass inventory and preparing for changes in climate
•	Managing the Money inventory and increasing cash flow
  Risk
•	 assessment calculations using market data
                                                                    $1,320.00       National
•	Calculate Cost of Gain – Overpriced / Underpriced animals, using
spreadsheet calculators
•	Participants will be able to be confident in risk management,
marketing livestock
•	Develop a Marketing plan


The KLR Advanced 1 Day Marketing Workshop aims are to:
Have graduates confidently use Advanced Marketing Strategies
Have graduates gain confidence from actual case studies
                                                                   $484.00          National
Have graduates confident to use Trade Up a class strategy
Help them to utilise KLR Market reporting system and calculator
tools effectively and Help remove the emotions of decision making.
The widespread availability of GPS means that farmers can now
target management and inputs precisely according to location
instead of applying them in a blanket fashion. This results in
significant savings and improved management. This course teaches
participants to organise and display spatial data (aerial images, yield
maps, topography, EM surveys etc) on their computer so that good $1,237.50           VIC
decisions can be made when drawing up management zones. The
concept of the decision cycle will be discussed, i.e. information
gathering / decision making / feedback / review, and how site
specific management can result in greater sustainability given a
variable climate.

This course aims to increase awareness of the technologies available
for efficient and effective application of chemicals to minimize drift.
Spray application has changed as a result of summer rains and thus $500.00           National
summer weeds, increasing incidence of drift, and the need for
improved application for economic and environmental benefit.

This course aims: for participants to develop an increased capacity
to lead and participate in the management and development of
their businesses, the vegetable industry and regional organisations;
for the regional and national vegetable industry to have a
                                                                     $500.00         National
significantly networked core group of members and greater diversity
in decision-making; for graduates to be skilled to manage decision-
making processes in times of rapid industry and global climate and
commodity change.

This course aims for participants to recognise what the difference is
between a good soil and a bad one in terms of how they store and
                                                                      $70.00         National
deliver water to plants. How to change a bad soil into a good one.
Mechanisms for water loss and managing soils to absorb more rain.

The training activity provides irrigators with an opportunity to assess
the impact of anticipated climate change on their production
businesses, and develop plans in response to less water being
                                                                         $1,650.00   National
available and future climatic variables, making use of latest irrigation
technology and practices. The training activities promote sustainable
irrigation practices and productive businesses.
This course aims: for participants to develop an increased capacity
to lead and participate in the management, and development of
their businesses, the seafood industry and regional organisations;
for the regional and national seafood industry to have a significantly
                                                                       $500.00      National
networked core group of members and greater diversity in decision-
making; for graduates to be skilled to manage decision-making
processes in times of rapid industry and global climate and
commodity change.
This course aims to train participants in how: Participants to have a
more thorough understanding of the many elements and related
                                                                        $950.00     National
issues of succession planning, business continuity and transition
management.
Sustainable Farm Planning & Management – Module 1 (Cropping
Systems) - The objective of this course is to give users of this module
in the Phoenix software the skills and confidence to accurately setup
and record the physical events and activities of their cropping         $500.00     National
enterprises and to then use and interpret the resulting information
for better on-farm planning and management, and production
practices.

This training aims to improve the capacity of irrigation farmers to
adapt their on-farm operations to reduced water availability, a
major impact of climate change arising from increased temperature
and reduced rainfall in key irrigation areas. The course covers the
                                                                    $550.00         National
economics covers the economics, technical and managerial aspects
of converting surface water irrigation systems to low pressure
overhead irrigation, a system with greater water use productivity
potential.
This course works with participants to learn the technique of
winegrape berry assessment to determine the influence of climate                    NSW, VIC, QLD,
                                                                        $180.00
change on berry quality & maturity. Assist in on-farm decision                      WA, SA
making through maturity assessment.
This course will train those growers who wish to use the Irrigation
Budgeting Module of the GrowData system. Participant will be
taught how to collect accurate data and then run various scenarios
                                                                        $1,500.00   National
based on expected water allocations and optional water purchases
measured against the potential profitability for each crop, variety
and block on their property.
The Freshcare Environmental Code of Practice is an industry owned
Environmental Assurance standard which outlines the practices
required on-farm to provide assurance that product has been grown
and packed with care for the environment. The Code provides an
                                                                      $950.00       National
auditable standard for Australian growers to demonstrate
responsible on-farm environmental management in areas such as
chemical usage, fertilisers and soil additives, water, land and soil,
biodiversity, waste, air and energy.

"This is a one day interactive workshop for family members. The
course will cover the following topics with capacity to address other
issues raised by participants.
The course will increase participants
                                                                      $250.00       VIC
- Understanding of the farm transfer process.
- Understanding of estate planning.
- Knowledge of retirement options including superannuation.
- Understanding of business and legal structures."

This course aims to train participants in how: To prepare budgets &
financial reports.       To understand the administrative processes
for financial, insurance & legislative requirements of the business.   $1,650.00    VIC, SA
To understand business structure & develop appropriate
management systems to improve business sustainability.
This course works with participants to create a sound understanding
of the importance of managing the business and to develop new and
exciting strategies to achieve success as a rural business. The course
                                                                       $990.00      National
will build a picture of best practice by starting with participant
visions. It will focus on the impact of climate change on rural
business.

This course works with participants to create a sound understanding
of the importance of managing grass based production systems and
to develop new and exciting strategies to achieve success as a rural
business. The course will build a picture of best practice by starting $990.00      National
with participant visions for the land, vegetation, water and
biodiversity resources. It will focus on the impact of climate change
on rural production and create a number of BestPractice strategies.

The Holistic Management Training encompasses how nature
functions, holistic decision making, grazing planning, land planning,
                                                                        $3,960.00   National
financial planning and biological monitoring. The course is set up in 3
modules of 3 days each.
Learn about how nature functions holistically so you can identify the
impact your management decisions are having on your property and
how you can change your practices to improve your monitoring
                                                                      $308.00      National
results. Participants will be shown how powerful annual biological
monitoring is for risk management, future planning and
management decision making.

The training explores how nature functions so you can use the most
appropriate tool to fix environmental problems, rebuild pasture
diversity by understanding different management needs in the
                                                                   $1,320.00       National
growing season and the non growing seasons, ensure positive
animal nutrition with minimal input costs. You will complete a
grazing plan and learn how to do annual biological monitoring.
Holistic annual financial planning enables participants to plan a
profit first, and ensure that everyday expenses do not exceed
income - profit. This ensures the business can either be profitable or $1,320.00   National
be managing debt more effectively. It is an excellent management
tool for managing risk.
Holistic decision making enables participants to make decisions
towards how they want their future to be, considering economic,
environmental and social factors simultaneously. It is an excellent   $1,320.00    National
management tool for managing risk, motivating a diverse
group/family and strategic/succession planning.
Learn about how nature functions holistically, so you can rebuild
pastures diversity, increase soil carbon, ensure positive animal
                                                                     $308.00       National
nutrition and solve environmental problems, all with minimal input
costs.
This course aims to train participants in how: To understand the
implications of climate variability & change to the business.
To develop the practical strategies to manage climate change
ensuring safe work practices (OHS) is included.                      $1,650.00     VIC, SA
To understand the implications of climate change to financial
outcomes for the business with appropriate budgets & financial
forecasts.
This course aims to train participants in how: To research & prepare
for improved land use to prevent degradation.
To develop management strategies to improve natural resource
                                                                     $1,650.00     VIC, SA
management.                                       To identify &
implement a machinery management system appropriate to
selected sustainability measures.
This course aims to train participants in how:
To implement strategies for own, family & workforce performance
management.
To determine appropriate measures for productivity improvement      $1,650.00    VIC, SA
incorporating safe work practices.
To develop leadership, communication, team strategies & conflict
resolution for effective whole of business performance.
This course aims to train participants in how: To demonstrate
understanding of financial management tools appropriate to the
business.                                          To demonstrate
understanding of price risk management options available for        $1,650.00    VIC, SA
enterprise products.                                         To
develop management skills to implement financial management &
marketing changes to the business.
This course aims to train participants:
- to develop the knowledge & skills to develop a strategic plan
- to develop the knowledge & skills to evaluate, monitor & review
the plan                                                           $1,650.00     VIC, SA
- to develop climate risk management strategies & incorporate them
into the strategic plan ensuring business & environmental
sustainability

This course aims to train participants in how: To develop skills
related to managing the business capital, machinery & infrastructure
needs for the business.                                          To
                                                                     $1,650.00   VIC, SA
develop ability to calculate costs & analyse returns on investment.
To develop benchmarking capital budgeting, analysis & planning
skills related to the long term financial viability of the business.
This course aims to train participants in how: Monitor & review
business performance. Identify & review performance indicators.
Identify contracts & commercial agreements relevant to business
                                                                $1,650.00        VIC, SA
performance.           Review & monitor the performance of
contracts.                                   Develop business &
contract performance measures.
This course aims to train participants in how: To determine
sustainable business goals in the current climate & economic
environment.                                      To understand the
importance of all aspects of the business including human resources, $1,650.00   VIC, SA
natural resources, production and financial management.
To develop a business plan for the business. To develop an OHS plan
for the business.
This course aims to train participants in how: To develop production
plans for cropping,& livestock including the preparation of budgets,
gross margins, yield potentials.          Determine pest & disease
management strategies & enterprise mixes to maximise financial       $1,650.00       VIC, SA
potential within sustainable production systems.
Include production plans in the overall business plan & develop
monitoring & review processes to assess performance.

This course aims to train participants in how: To develop, implement
& monitor chemical use in conjunction with sustainable production
systems for improved climate risk management. To review the
                                                                         $1,650.00   VIC, SA
whole of business production systems including human resource,
land use & financial risk to evaluate sustainability in light of climate
change.
This course aims to train participants in how: To improve financial
and business analysis sills to achieve improved business
performance.                                       To implement          $1,650.00   VIC, SA
systems for continuous improvement to achieve sustainable
business performance.
This course aims to train participants in how: To develop the ability
to review a business and then facilitate change and innovation to
improve sustainability.                           To understand and $1,650.00        VIC, SA
complete strategic analysis of the business resulting in a strategic
plan incorporating change and innovation.
Advanced Phoenix -                            Learn to use the
Phoenix software to its full extent to produce relevant management $220.00           SA
reports for decision making.
Budgeting -                                       Using the Phoenix
Power budgets module to produce detailed budgets for farm             $220.00        SA
planning.
Phoenix Farms -                                    Set up of physical
recording systems for cropping and livestock to enable quick analysis $220.00        SA
of farm information.
This course aims to train participants in how to facilitate Advance
Minimum Tillage Conservation Farming Management Practices to                         NSW - Lower
deal with climate change. The course will cover Soil & Nutrition                     Murray Darling.
                                                                    $1,725.00
Workshops. Spacing and Rotation Management Workshop. Financial                       VIC - Mallee and
Management Considerations Workshop. Discussions with Best                            Wimmera.
Practice Farmers.
The Applied Grazing Course is a 4 day practical intensive program.
Participants will complete the program with the skills and
knowledge to manage an intensive grazing operation in varying
seasonal conditions, focusing on pasture and livestock production
through a healthy, regenerative ecosystem. The emphasis of the
AGC is on the management of cell grazing.                                $1,750.00   National
Course content includes: Grazing systems and methods; ecological
management model, ecological indicators, use of the brittleness
scale; principles of cell grazing and estimating carrying capacity; cell
management - stock density, graze periods; drought management -
stocking rate and rainfall.


This course aims for participants to develop an increased capacity to
lead and participate in the management and development of their
businesses, the wine industry with regional focus; for the regional
wine industry to have a significantly networked core group of         $4,350.00      National
members and greater diversity in decision making; for graduates to
be skilled to manage decision-making processes in times of rapid
industry and global climate and commodity change.
"Understanding Grain Markets 1 (UGM) is a 1 day workshop
designed specifically for growers and contains information that can
have immediate bottom line benefits. The workshop material
contains relevant information developed by grain trade
professionals.
UGM 1 workshop will give an understanding of
-The fundamental supply and demand principles of international         $440.00       WA
markets and WA's place in it
- The differences in the risks/rewards of cash market or pooling
alternatives.
- The components of price, and price discovery and risk
management. - Contracting principles and dispute settlement
mechanisms."
The ALMCS Development Workshop assists land managers improve
environmental outcomes, productivity and asset values. Importantly
ALMCS provides a basis for recognition from NRM programs and
agricultural markets. ALMCS is Australia's only whole-of-farm,
                                                                    $1,364.00        National
catchment-linked and externally audited land management system
that complies with international standards. An easy-to-use software
tool removes the boredom, paperwork and auditing difficulties
usually associated with management systems.
This course focuses on the application of learning for your own
business circumstances. The emphasis is on skill development in an
integrated manner with a coach helping to guide the completion of
exercises incorporating. 1. Working on your business. 2. Doing            $3,750.00   National
economic analysis. 3. Creating a working environment. 4. Working
with nature. 5. Getting people working together. 6. Business and
property development analysis.

An intensive 2 day course to develop skills in assessing pasture and
animal production and to develop pasture and livestock                                NSW (Hunter
                                                                          $395.00
management plans. This course is an abridged version of the 8 day                     Central Rivers)
PrograzeTM course for those who are only available on weekends.
This 3 day course cover the science of silage, crop selection, and
making, storing and feeding high quality silage. This program
                                                                          $460.00     NSW
includes hands-on inspection and assessment of silage on farms
using both bulk and baled silage.
"This course aims to train participants in how:
- To determine directions for the business.
- Auditing the natural resources of the property.
- Monitoring legal requirements impacting on the management of
the property.
- Developing management strategies to address natural resource            $1,595.00   NSW
management issues.
- Reviewing whole farm plans.
- Collecting information for soil mapping.
- Analysing soil information.
- Plotting topography and soil survey data on property map."""
This course aims to train participants in how: To determine
directions for the business. Audit the natural resources of the
property. Monitor legal requirements impacting on the
                                                                          $1,105.00   NSW
management of the property. Develop management strategies to
address natural resource management issues. Review whole farm
plan.
Introduction to Business Management level training for the
horticulture industry. Delivered locally in workshop. This is the first
                                                                          $1,320.00   National
of a 3 stage program to deliver farm business management skills to
the horticulture industry.
This course aims to train participants in how: To analyse financial
reports. Use financial analysis tools. Identify opportunities of
                                                                          $679.00     VIC, SA, TAS
increasing profit. Develop strategies for improving business
performance.
This course aims to improve the skills in financial risk management
of primary producers who are exposed to international commodity
                                                                       $1,095.00   National
price volatility caused by global climate changes; and to implement
price risk management strategies to minimize financial stress.
This course aims to improve the skills in financial risk management
of primary producers who are exposed to international commodity
                                                                      $847.00      National
price volatility caused by global climate changes, and implement a
forward pricing plan.
This introductory course aims to improve the skills in financial risk
management of primary producers who are exposed to
international commodity price volatility caused by global climate
                                                                      $598.00      National
changes. Course includes market/charting analysis, characteristics of
forward markets, market positioning, and introduction to
commodity futures market.


"This course is essential training for any rural business looking for
future growth. The 2 day course is split into 2 individual days with
the first day being an introduction to benchmarking and inputting
data for both the cropping and livestock businesses.
The first day will focus participants on reading and understanding
                                                                      $1,727.00    National
the key performance indicators, profit and loss statement, balance
sheet, gross margin analysis and much more.
Day 2 will concentrate on each individual business and the strategies
to maximise strengths and minimise risks. Course cost will include
the benchmarking report and support to complete the analysis."


This interactive introductory one-day, face-to-face workshop
provides farming enterprises information on the complexities of
business continuance, helping form a successful succession plan for
future generations and business. Handy hints, ideas, helpful                       NSW, Vic, QLD,
                                                                         $450.00
concepts and practical tools are all included, offering practical advice           WA, SA
to use in your everyday business. After workshop completion,
continual advice and guidance is available to help individual
enterprises to complete a successful succession plan.

The ALMCS Implementation Workshop will strengthen your NRM
skills and knowledge, help construct your property profile and
improve your ALMCS as developed in a previous workshop. ALMCS
is Australia's only whole-of-farm, catchment-linked and externally
                                                                       $1,364.00   National
audited land management system that complies with international
standards. An easy-to-use software tool removes the boredom,
paperwork and auditing difficulties usually associated with
management systems.
Bio-Dynamic Agriculture is a cost-effective superior organic
production method which helps to restore depleted soils and
sequester carbon. Normally there is a visible change after two
applications of Bio-Dynamic preparations, with further
improvements over time.
This Certificate Course provides intensive training in the theoretical
background as well as the main important practical aspects of Bio-
                                                                       $600.00   TAS - North West
Dynamics. There are home-based written exercises required.
The Course is conducted over two weekends, a month apart, at the
Tasmanian Organic-Dynamic Producers’ Certified Demeter Farm
Lapoinya. The fee includes a range of relevant books, other
important reading materials, and a follow-up consultancy visit for on-
farm support.


This course works with participants to understand how the different
needs we bring to communication and negotiation can help to
improve the effectiveness of our interpersonal communication. The
tele-learning series will begin in march 2009 and deals with
                                                                    $77.00       National
managing contentious issues whether it is negotiating water rights,
carbon trading inclusions, land clearing, genetic modification or
other environmental, social and economic change that impacts on
the lives of rural and regional women in agriculture.

"Dealing with people you can't stand:
Part1 One size doesn't fit all.
Do you have difficulties dealing with bullies, know it alls, incessant
complainers, yes people who never follow through or some other
type of difficult people. This session identifies the 10 most common $77.00      National
types of difficult behaviour and what motivations underpin those
different types of difficult behaviours. It will explore the critical need
of correctly identifying what is motivating the difficult behaviour as
the first step in managing that behaviour."

"Dealing with people you can't stand:
Part 2 Getting your response right.
This session further explores how to respond effectively to the
difficult people you might encounter. It highlights how to align your
                                                                      $77.00     National
response to the person's motivation, which helps to defuse and de-
escalate the difficult behaviour. Understanding how to see the
person behind the difficult behaviour helps us to deal with them
and get the right outcome for them and for you."
"Jumping to Conclusions:
Much conflict arises because of assumptions, misperceptions and
misinterpretations. Understanding how to start dealing with what is
                                                                    $77.00          National
actually real rather than what we think or assume is real, helps to
improve understanding and promote more effective communication
and relationships."

You can negotiate anything!                       Do you find yourself
giving up your needs and wants in order to accommodate someone
else's? Or do you withdraw at the first sign of conflict and hope it
will all go away? Or maybe you get what you want but sometimes         $77.00       National
the cost is the relationship? Understanding your preferred
negotiating approach and its consequences can help you identify
simple changes that will help you negotiate anything.


Getting a Yes that lasts.                     Believe it or not it can be
reasonably easy to get to an agreement; however, the real trick is
getting an agreement or solution that lasts. This session explores
how to test the real liveability, workability and practicality of options $77.00    National
and proposals. You will learn who is your best friend and your worst
enemy in helping to identify potential stumbling blocks. All of which
will help you achieving stronger and more sustainable agreements.


Executive Development Program Module 1 – has been designed
specifically for farm owners and senior farm managers to enhance
commercial management and leadership skills, explore growth
opportunities and develop sustainable business strategies by
focusing on the current issues in the agriculture sector. This premier $6,050.00    NSW - Sydney
program provides a unique opportunity to meet a network of
leading farmers from all corners of Australia and New Zealand whilst
developing essential management skills presented by leading
international and local industry and academic experts.


Executive Development Program Module 2 – has been designed
specifically for farm owners and senior farm managers to enhance
commercial management and leadership skills, explore growth
opportunities and develop sustainable business strategies by
focusing on the current issues in the agriculture sector. Module 2
                                                                        $6,050.00   NSW - Sydney
extends on the business skills and topics introduced in Module 1.
This premier program provides a unique opportunity to meet a
network of leading farmers from all corners of Australia and New
Zealand whilst developing essential managements skills presented
by leading international and local industry and academic experts
Farm Managers Program – has been designed specifically for the
next generation of farm business owners to develop essential
management and communication skills to enable them to contribute
to the strategic direction of their farm business. Introduced to the
                                                                                 QLD - South East
latest in farm business management through leading business          $4,620.00
                                                                                 Queensland
experts, this program provides a unique opportunity to meet a
network of leading young farmers from all corners of Australia and
New Zealand and the platform for an exciting and rewarding career
in primary production.

This series of 8 workshops is run in the field and provides skills for
participants to assess pasture characteristics influencing pasture and
                                                                       $650.00   NSW
animal production and to develop pasture and livestock
management plans taking into account climate variability.


Farm Financial Management - Module 1 is designed to assist the
participant to find recording methods using the Phoenix software
that suit their business. This course is also geared towards smaller
groups at a slower learning pace. The course looks at financial
                                                                       $800.00   National
transactions that occur in the business and develop methods to
record those transactions. Those records are then drawn on to
produce reports to assist in not only meeting statutory
requirements, but assist in making key management decisions.


Farm Financial Management – Module 2 is designed to take the
participant beyond basic record keeping in using the Phoenix
software. This course is geared towards smaller groups at a slower
learning pace. It is tailored to transfer a more detailed knowledge of $800.00   National
the different financial structures that are found in business
operations, and give the participants the skills to produce and use
more in depth reports.

Farm Financial Management – Module 3 is designed to deliver
through training in Phoenix software a transfer of knowledge on the
development of primary production budgeting principles to aid in a $800.00       National
greater holistic understanding of future viability. This course is
geared towards smaller groups at a slower learning pace.
Sustainable Farm Planning & Management – Module 1 (Cropping
Systems) - The objective of this course is to give users of this module
in the Phoenix software the skills and confidence to accurately setup
and record the physical events and activities of their cropping
                                                                        $800.00    National
enterprises and to then use and interpret the resulting information
for better on-farm planning and management, and production
practices. This course is geared towards smaller groups at a slower
learning pace.


In this unique course participants with learn a whole systems
approach to broadacre farm planning, using the combined force of
Keyline Design, Permaculture and Holistic Management. The course
is an intensive blend of technical & practical sessions targeted at $650.00        National
would-be carbon farmers, professional land managers, consultants,
Permaculture designers, earthmovers, farmers and anyone with a
strong interest in sustainable land management and soil creation.


Aerobic compost added to highly aerated water, held at a desired
temperature, with the addition of microbe nutrients, feed the
species of microbes desired. This "brew" is full of beneficial fungi
                                                                         $265.00   National
and bacteria. Compost tea makes soil more productive, less toxic
and more sustainable. Applying, whilst Keyline ploughing, injects
millions of beneficial bacteria into the root zone and aerates the soil.

Discovery your Investment Potential is a practical 2 day course that
is designed to teach primary producers and land managers how to
build a sustainable business enterprise though financial
management, farm business management and risk assessment. The $1,500.00            National
workshop will show participants how to generate passive off-farm
income to improve sustainability and manage the risks of climate
change.

A two day course to provide the knowledge and skills needed to
                                                                       $810.00     NSW
grow and market irrigated lucerne efficiently and profitably.


A three day course to assist beef producers to improve the
                                                                       $600.00     NSW
productivity and profitability of their breeding enterprise.
This course aims to train participants in how to understand the
financial drivers of the farm business impacted by grain marketing
decisions. To understand the different grain marketing options. To
                                                                       $770.00     Vic, SA
analyse grain price information. To develop management skills
which enable the participant to develop grain marketing strategies
appropriate for their individual business needs.

This is a 2 day course for western division graziers to develop sills in
                                                                                   NSW - Central
tactical grazing management and a strategy for each paddock on a
                                                                         $670.00   West/Western
property. The course covers pasture assessment, landscape
                                                                                   NRM regions
monitoring and analysis and assessing total grazing pressure.
This is a 2 day course for farmers, advisers and consultants that
introduces the concepts of EMS and helps participants to develop
their own EMS. Includes assessment and review of current activities, $435.00       NSW
cost of EMS, monitoring and recording progress using key
performance indicators.
Australian National Institute's Climate Change training course aims
to provide skills to land managers enabling them to integrate new
techniques, including high level technical skills, for sustainable
                                                                       $1,500.00   NSW, VIC, QLD, SA
production as a result of climate change as well as financial
management and planning skills. The target industry is primary
producers and horticultural property managers.

This 8 day education and training program is for landholders
committed to the establishment and management of trees and
forests on their land and biodiversity conservation, sustainable
agriculture (shade, shelter and fodder) and the commercial
production of tree products and services such as timber, bush food,
                                                                    $880.00        National
carbon credits and tree seed. The MTG program is conducted
regionally in partnership with government and non government
organisations. We involve local and national expert presenters and
engage with leading regional landholders who share their local
knowledge and experience.

This course works with participants to develop an overall goal that
includes all family members and addresses short term and long term
needs of the family, business and environment. Learn strategic
planning and thinking techniques. Develop financial planning and    $2,250.00      National
monitoring skills. Develop grazing planning and monitoring skills.
Develop whole farm planning skills to develop infrastructure while
producing a profit.
This course works with participants to develop grazing planning and
monitoring skills to produce sustainable production, profitably
match stock rate to carrying capacity , increase perenniality,
                                                                    $750.00          National
diversity and resilience while reducing workload. To develop whole
farm planning skills to develop infrastructure while producing a
profit.
This course aims to teach the importance of livestock handling and
how it has a direct impact on soil and pasture management,
especially associated with a cell grazing or rotational system.
Participants learn that with greater awareness and attention to
detail coupled with the use of controlled working dogs, staff can
                                                                         $825.00     National
create livestock behavioural changes, so livestock get on with the
program. Participants see the benefits and learn techniques of
introducing fun and intrigue into day to day activities which
increases staff motivation and performance aiding to attract new
people to the workplace and/or industry.

The Produce Executive Program is specifically for business owners,
senior and middle managers in all segments of the Australian
Horticulture industry. This program provides a unique opportunity
to network and address current business and industry issues and                      VIC - Port Phillip &
                                                                         $3,850.00
challenges with an informed International and Australian faculty,                    Westernport only.
recognised industry leaders and participants from all segments of
the fruit, vegetable, flower, nut and nursery industries and all parts
of the supply chain.
"Better Decisions in the Business of Beef" trains attendees to apply
standard farm business management budgeting and project
assessment techniques using Breedcow and Dynama software. The
workshop enables users to:
- Compare prospective stable state profit from different turnoff
choices, husbandry systems, or grazing intensities.
- Estimate future profit, cash flow, indebtedness and net worth
                                                                     $1,100.00       QLD, WA, SA
based on herd projections under various scenarios, including pasture
spelling for land condition improvement.
- Compare scenarios using discounted cash flow analysis to
demonstrate return on investment.
- Compare store purchase options for pasture fattening or
backgrounding.
- Compare forces sales options for drought or cash relief."
                                                        
The program delivers the key principles and planning procedures of
Holistic Management® as developed by Allan Savory. The 10 days
training (6 modules) and support delivered over 12 months ensures
participants acquire a sound knowledge of the HM framework and
why it is the most important tool we have available to manage
climate change.                                                        $4,290.00   National
Anyone looking to regenerate land, increase productivity, achieve
their desired quality of life and produce sustainable profit will
benefit from attending. Participants will view land in a different way
with a comprehensive understanding of how our decisions influence
land health and create our future.


The Lifetime Ewe Management (LTEM) program focuses on changing
farmers attitudes and providing the knowledge and sills needed to
manage breeding ewes to improve the profitability and
sustainability of their sheep enterprise. The aim is to demonstrate
the benefits of adopting a "measure to manage" approach to adapt
                                                                      $1,900.00    National
to climate variability and climate change. Lifetime Ewe Management
Yr1 is an accredited training activity and involves 6 sessions over a
12 month period. The timing of each meeting is linked to critical
stages in the management of the ewe's reproductive cycle in
relation to feed supply.

The program with assist future leaders to develop the personal and
group skills required to be successful in their own business,
community and associated industries. The program provides
                                                                   $1,750.00       SA
exposure to a range of specialised professional leadership
development opportunities and experiences for people working in
rural industries in South Australia
This is a 1 day workshop to assist participants to develop and
implement a disease risk management plan for their farm or
enterprise. This course will provide livestock managers with a better $250.00      NSW
understanding of disease risk management and implement on farm
biosecurity measures.
This one day course will assist landholders to identify native grasses,
understand why these grasses best fit into an agricultural landscape,
                                                                        $230.00    NSW
and learn how to manage these grasses for agriculture and
conservation.
This one day course is designed for property owners interested in
growing produce organically. The course provides beginners with
                                                                       $255.00     NSW
the positive and negatives of growing organics, including legislation,
OH&S issues and accreditation.
A Workshop designed to develop advanced practical and theoretical
skills in spray application. Understand drift minimisation, droplet
size, weather conditions, nozzles, machinery setup, water quality,  $550.00      National
adjuvants, water quality. How to gain economic and environmental
benefits through best practice in pesticide application.

The Advanced Pasture Cropping Co. delivers a 2 day course on
Pasture Cropping and No Kill Cropping. The course is for landholders
and natural resource management officers interested in the process
of growing crops within grasslands and receiving the many benefits
                                                                     $550.00     National
that come with this, which include - improved soil, plant and animal
health, increasing biodiversity, improved grazing opportunities,
reduced inputs, regenerative production, more flexibility and long
term viability.

This practical 1 day workshop covers all aspects of stock and
domestic water supply. With climate change, the availability of good
quality water for stock and domestic purposes becomes paramount
for the future of farming. The workshop focuses on land
management practices that improve water quality and reliability.
Emphasis is placed on fencing off and improving riparian zone        $1,100.00   National
vegetation, as well as encouraging landholders to improve off
stream watering, to enable more uniform grazing patterns, improve
the sustainability of water supplies and to increase production in
preparedness for climate change. Group discussions and networking
are encouraged throughout the workshop.

"""True Fertility - combining soil biology, chemistry and physical
structure"" explains in detail the current scientific frontier of
biological process relationships in soil, plants and animals and the
huge benefits to land managers, business and the environment .
Topics covered are:
- Biological farming management systems including carbon
                                                                                 VIC, Port Phillip
sequestration (to mitigate climate change)                             $860.00
                                                                                 and Westernport
- Nutrient cycling (reducing the need for applied fertilisers)
- Soil structure (to raise water holding capacity up to 70%)
- Phasing out chemical inputs (by taking a natural probiotic
approach)
- The benefits of using and/or making quality tested composts and
compost teas."
Participants will be able to successfully setup and use the Full
Budget and Worksheet facilities within Agrimaster by gaining the
knowledge of how to produce gross margins and Statements of
                                                                      $550.00      National
Position. Participant will learn how to think, scenario plan and make
informed decision in farming against their business position and
produce detailed budgeting reports and 'what-if' scenario planning.
This course covers the process of developing a whole farm plan for a
rural enterprise. Participants will determine directions for the
                                                                                   NSW Sydney,
business, audit the natural resources of the property, monitor legal
                                                                     $775.00       Hawkesbury &
requirements impacting on the management of the property, and
                                                                                   Southern Rivers
develop management strategies to address natural resource
management issues.

A four day course designed for farmers and land managers to
                                                                     $470.00       NSW
improve soil health and soil nutrient management.

"This course aims to provide participants with the skills and
knowledge to understand the impact of climate variability/change
on their farming system and to develop strategies which will enable
them to implement flexible profitable management strategies on
their farms.
This will consist of a 3 day course with
Day 1 - A visit to successful farmers in an environment that is likely $1,500.00   VIC, SA
to represent the future growing conditions of the course
participants.
Day 2 - A workshop to discuss results of detailed modelling of the
current farming systems.
Day 3 - A workshop to discuss the practical implications of the issues
raised in the modelling."
A 3 day workshop spread over 6 weeks designed to assist landholder
prepare and adapt their property for climate risk. This course
                                                                   $1,130.00       NSW
develops a paddock by paddock farm plan to improve and preserve
soil moisture stores in drier, hotter conditions.
This course will help participants to assess farm management
options and production and profit risks, prepare farm plans,
determine input and operational requirements, estimate likely gross $660.00        National
margins and record farm activities using a farm planning and
recording system.
A workshop focused on identifying and managing the key business
risks emerging in a production year; Climatic, financial and
production. The emphasis is on grain and mixed grain/livestock       $340.00       VIC, SA
farming systems. Workshops are highly interactive and focus on
current and emerging issues and information.
Florabank Seed Collector and Producer Training provides primary
producers with an accredited technical training option in native seed
collection and production which they can use to diversify their
income base, capture a new commercial opportunity, and develop
new practical skills through the use of specialist techniques. In
addition to the climate-ready advantages to the product collected or $1,500.00       National
produced - native seed - can be used to meet the growing demand
for seed carbon and restoration plantings, and assist in meeting
National climate change and natural resource management goals.
This is a four day course with take-home or work-place based
assessment.
Farm Financial Recording using the Phoenix program - Basics
provides the knowledge required to use the Phoenix software for
financial management and reporting - both for farm business              $500.00     WA
management and for compliance requirements such as GST and
taxation.
Farm Financial Recording using the Phoenix program - Advanced
provides training to record more detailed information about farm
business and more depth about the business structure. Assets,
                                                                           $500.00   WA
liabilities, invoicing, livestock details, shares are recorded to give the
"whole" farm financial picture and to produce a net worth at any
given time.
This course will help participants to up skill in Human Resource
Management including recruitment, induction, staff appraisal             $660.00     WA, SA
processes and OH&S requirements.
A one day course to provide growers with the skills, knowledge and
resources to implement conservation farming practices in a         $460.00           NSW
changing climate.


This workshop is available by face to face delivery and online. The
Participant will learn how to understand and use the information in
their annual financial statements in farm decision making. This
includes an exercise in converting the taxation information to      $220.00          National
management information and using this in assessing the financial
performance of the farm business. Issues arising from the financial
statement for e.g.. Succession planning are discussed.
The training program is to assist primary producers to identify and
quantify market risks so that appropriate risk management
strategies can be developed for their businesses. The training
program is conducted over a 3 week period. During this three weeks $660.00        National
there are 2 classroom activities (group sessions) and a farm visit by
the training staff. This course is relevant to owners and managers of
intensive animal production businesses in particular.
This course aims to equip producers with tools to mitigate the
effects of both Climate change and dwindling fossil fuels through
                                                                     $1,300.00    National
good design. It will empower participants to make the right
decisions.
Taking Control of Commodity Prices is delivered over 2 sessions and
is designed to help beef, wool and grain producers to better
understand the structure of commodity prices and importantly
determine appropriate price risk management strategies for their    $550.00       National
enterprise. The program provides tools and skills which lay the
foundation for the implementation of a price risk management
strategy into a farming enterprise.
This course provides an overview of the possible impacts of climate
change on the fishing industry and explores opportunities and
                                                                      $1,320.00   QLD - Coastal areas
actions to assist in developing a low carbon fishing industry for the
future.


"This 2 day course is designed to inform farmers about climate
change and how to apply new technologies, activities and
management practices to provide adaptation and mitigation options
that will increase resilience and farm profit.
Farmers will learn new methods to sequester and build soil carbon;
improve their knowledge about carbon markets
- Learn how to build domestic and regional carbon markets                         NSW, VIC, QLD,
                                                                     $1,300.00
- How to establish green markets                                                  WA, SA, TAS, NT
- How to improve soil moisture storage, infiltration, root depth and
reduce evaporation losses
- How to match pasture species to long term land sustainability.
 The second day will involve demonstrations of new approaches
used in the field by DPI professionals to help agriculture and
horticulture adjust to the increased demands of climate change."
Farm Financial Budgeting using Phoenix Power Budgets will help
participants to develop a detailed budget that allows enterprises to
be compared and "what if" scenarios tested to allow financial
security whilst making changes to cater for market changes, change
                                                                     $500.00       WA
in enterprises and climate change effects. The financial effects of
innovations, be they diversification for economic reasons,
environmental changes and climate change must be carefully costed
into the future to ensure the property remains viable.

LANDSCAN: This 6 day course aims to develop skills & knowledge
for landholders to assess natural resources on farms to better match
land-use to land capability. It will assist farmers make more
informed decisions about managing landscapes and allocating
resources to better balance production profit & sustainability issues, $420.00     NSW
especially in a changing climate. The course will also provide a
process to help explain and make decisions about complex, often
inter-related issues like soil acidity, ground cover, pasture and
nutrient decline.
"Understanding Grain Markets II (UGM) is a one day workshop
designed specifically for growers and contains information that can
have immediate bottom line benefits.
UCM II workshop will build on the UGM I themes and deliver greater
detail on:
- Hedging grain using swap and cash contracts and risks/rewards of $440.00         WA
both.
- Developing a methodology to model and manage crop production
and market exposure position risk
- Developing a methodology to model and manage price volatility
and basis risk."
This course aims to teach participants to: - Identify key flora, fauna
and geological assets of the Box-Ironbark region. - Undertake
assessment of the values of these assets using standard techniques.
- Identify threats to the Box-Ironbark ecosystem, with an analysis of              VIC - Goulburn
                                                                       $1,200.00
how immediate threats, such as week invasion and over-grazing, is                  Broken
exacerbated by the effects of climate change. - Locate resources,
direct questions and be aware of specialist people in certain subject
areas.
This course focuses on answering the question of how to create and
sell forest carbon. Carbon markets and opportunities are discussed,
including the current design elements of the National Carbon
Pollution Reduction Scheme. The process of creating and selling
forest carbon is stepped through in detail and an introduction to the
tool for estimating carbon stocks in forest systems, the National      $770.00   National
Carbon Accounting Toolbox, is provided. At the end of the course
participants should have the necessary skills and tools to develop a
simple business case for creating and selling forest carbon for their
particular conditions. This course is suitable for those with existing
forest and those considering to establish trees on their land.


Low Stress Stockhandling (LSS) is based around advanced
stockhandling methods with emphasis on mutually beneficial
outcomes for livestock and their handlers regardless of the
situation. LSS is founded on 4 Basic Animal Instincts that explain
what animals want and why they behave the way they do. In
                                                                       $770.00   National
addition there are 7 Principles that guide how we can interact with
the animals to work with those natural instincts and produce low
stress outcomes. If the right methods are implemented, livestock
handling will be a low stress, painless experience for the livestock
and the handlers.

This course will assist both the existing and aspiring farmers and
farm sector service providers to adapt sustainable farming principles
such as soil management, efficient water use and the development
                                                                      $361.00    VIC North Central
of biodiversity on a farm. The total duration of the training program
includes 24hrs of classroom based training (4 x 6hr sessions) along
with some self paced home based study.

Long term viability of farming, in terms of production and finance
can be influenced by the decisions made today. On going sustainable
use of land now may help to alleviate the negative impacts of
climate change. This course is designed to provide participants with
                                                                      $421.00    VIC North Central
the skills and knowledge to enable them to develop and implement
sustainable land use strategies now and into the future. The
duration of the program includes 30 hours of classroom training ( 5 x
6hr sessions) along with self paced study.
Managing pasture to increase productivity and profitability of
farming can ensure the sustainability of production systems. It can
also enable the efficient use of available water and protection of
natural resources to complement pasture production. This course
                                                                     $361.00      VIC North Central
covers the development and management of a plan to improve the
quantity, quality and utilisation of pasture produced on a farm. The
total duration of the training program includes 24 hours of
classroom training (4 x 6 hrs) along with self paced study.

This course covers the process of developing a farm plan for a rural
enterprise to reflect organic, biodynamic and biological farming
principles. The philosophy of the farm business will be explored with
the view to produce environmentally friendly produce for the           $255.00    VIC North Central
growing organic and biodynamic market. The total duration of the
training program is 24 hours of classroom training (4 x 6 hr sessions)
along with self paced study.

This course covers the development and management of a plan to
provide a reliable supply of quality water on a property. The plan
will review trading rules and regulations and the costs associated
                                                                       $301.00    VIC North Central
with supply and use of all classes of water. The total duration of the
training program includes 21 hours of classroom based training ( 3 x
6 + 1 x 3 hr sessions) along with self paced study.

This course covers the development of planning strategies to
address sustainability issues, using renewable energy sources and
opportunities to recycle production, to improve the efficiency of the
                                                                      $255.00     VIC North Central
business and reduce off-site impacts from the production system.
The total duration of the training program is 12 hours of classroom
based training ( 2 x 6 hr sessions) along with home based study.


The integration of environmental management into farming is
becoming increasingly important. Environmental management can
improve farm production and may also change the perception of
farming from that of environmental damage, to one of
environmental care and custodianship. This course is designed to        $255.00   VIC North Central
give farmers the skills and knowledge to enable them to develop
and improve environmental management strategies within their
business. The duration of the program includes 12 hours of
classroom training (2 x 6hr sessions) along with self paced learning.
Soil structure and health are increasingly seen as a key factor to
viable farm production. This course covers the process of assessing
soil characteristics, developing and implementing a plan to improve
                                                                     $301.00       VIC North Central
the health of soils, and monitoring and reviewing results. The total
duration of the training program includes 24 hours of classroom
based training ( 4 x 6 hr sessions) along with self paced study.


Financial and budgetary constraints are an integral part of the
business of farming. The ability to adequately and successfully plan,
for both financial and production facets of farming, is a skill which is
becoming increasingly important to business based farming. This
                                                                         $255.00   VIC North Central
course is designed to provide participants with the skills and
knowledge to prepare financial plans and budgets for a farming
enterprise. The training program includes 9 hours of classroom
training (1 x 6hr + 1 x 3hr sessions) and self paced learning.


Geographic Information Systems (GIS) have become an important
tool in land based business management to assist landowners in
decision making processes far beyond the geographic disciplines.
This course covers identification and application of current
                                                                        $255.00    VIC North Central
technology, selecting and inputting appropriate data, processing and
evaluating information and data produced. The total duration of the
training program is 12 hours of classroom training ( 2 x 6 hr sessions)
along with self paced study.

Sustainable Water Management is a Victorian state accredited
course in managing the water issues that increasingly face us.
Running for 3 days this course summarises all the key issues that
face water managers today. Topics range from water management
                                                                       $500.00     VIC North Central
planning, river ecology, river management and solutions to
managing our declining waterways. Working closely with industry
this course maximises exposure to the water industry and current
best practice.

Introduction to Management training for Managers, Supervisors and
Overseers in the horticulture industry. This course is delivered
locally in a workshop situation. This is the first of a three stage
program to deliver management skills to managers, supervisors and $770.00          National
overseers in the horticulture industry providing them with a clear
understanding of the skills required to manage operational aspects
of the farming business.
Whole farm planning aims to educate landholders about land
management issues while providing them with the skills to                          VIC Goulburn
                                                                       $300.00
incorporate new property management techniques on their                            Broken
property.
This course aims at teaching participants how to: Develop a whole
farm goal for profit, land health & people. Use the Holistic
Management decision making framework to obtain improved
business, land and people outcomes in a variable climate. Develop
                                                                     $2,200.00   NSW, VIC, TAS, ACT
grazing, financial and monitoring plans to improve business, land
and soil health in a variable climate. Develop strategic planning
skills, financial skills and communication skills to enable better
decision making amongst the family.

Stocktake is a paddock-scale land condition monitoring and
management package. It has been developed to provide grazing land
managers with a practical, systematic way to: assess land condition
and long term carrying capacity and Calculate short-term forage
budgets. Stocktake is targeted towards grazing managers in
                                                                    $330.00      QLD, WA, NT
Northern Australia, It is a one day practical training workshop for
small groups of landholders. The training workshop takes
participants through the technical concepts an demonstrates field
techniques and database. The Stocktake database, manual and field
notebook are all included in the training package.


Drought affected farmers in the Murray-Darling Basin face particular
challenges in responding to the dual impacts of climate change and
the current severe decline in their terms of trade, amid a global
financial crisis. Dairying in The Dust (DITD) is a one day workshop
aimed at dairy farmers who have resolved to continue trading but
                                                                      $815.00    NSW, VIC
who need training in comprehensively assessing their specific
prospects and options. DITD Trainers are experienced dairy farm
consultants with strengths in farmer group training, dairy production
systems and farm financial planning and provide strong personal
support through the workshop process.


A one day workshop to assist participants to develop flexible
drought management plans, StockPlan offers a suite of decision-
                                                                     $310.00     NSW
support tools that enable cattle and sheep producers to explore
management options in the early stage of and during a drought.
Making Soils Productive with Dr Elaine Ingham is a 3 day workshop
to be held in Late May in Mildura Victoria. This workshop will
present biological farming techniques with the expectation of
developing sustainable soil management practices on-farm. The use                NSW - Lower
of biological farming techniques have the potential to improve soil              Murray Darling
                                                                    $750.00
structure, soil water retention and nutrient cycling within soils                region/ VIC Mallee
containing a healthy soil food web. If your are involved in                      region.
agriculture, then this workshop cannot be missed. This workshop is
proudly presented by Australian Vermiculture, Murray Valley
Winegrowers' Inc and the Australian Soil Food Web Institute.


This course aims to provide farmers with the information required
to record and report on farm production costs to assist in making
critical farm management decisions. The ability to conduct whole    $550.00      NSW, VIC, SA, TAS
farm planning via the budgeting and mapping modules and the
ability to manage inputs in regard to climate variability.
The aim of the course is to give primary producers the knowledge to
be able to make sound decisions regarding farm machinery purchase $770.00        SA
and replacement.
This course aims to provide information to assist participants to
identify farm business risks, analyse and evaluate risks, treat risks
                                                                      $770.00    National
and monitor and review the effectiveness of the treatment or
control of risks.

BeefCheque Year 1 - Participants learn the principles of pasture and
livestock interaction and these principles become the basis for
improved pasture and livestock management. Pasture forms the
basis for production of profitable grazing systems regardless of
enterprise size. One of the basic principles is to manage the water
cycle, soil acidification, salinity, weed infestation and provide a  $1,900.00   National
buffer against drought. Healthy, productive pasture means healthy
productive animals and good management enables producers to
'grow more grass, use more grass, grow more beef and make more
money. Each Beefcheque Yr 1 group consists of approximately 12
members and is facilitated by Industry Specialists.
This 2 day workshop includes all aspects of our Planning for Stock
and Domestic Water Supply Course, In addition, using an aerial
photograph/map of their property, participants learn how to assess
and evaluate existing water supplies and to plan potential land
management improvements to insure all future water requirements
                                                                        $1,480.00   National
are met. Water quality and reliability play an important part in
preparedness for climate change. The benefits of good quality
water, for use on your property and for the overall environment are
highlighted, with the aim of making all aware of their responsibilities
for the health of our shared water resources.


The training aims to improve the capacity of irrigation farmers to
adapt their on-farm operations to reduced water availability, a
major impact of climate change arising from increased temperatures
and reduced rainfall in key irrigation areas. The course covers the
economics, technical and managerial aspects of converting to low-
                                                                     $545.00        NSW
pressure overhead irrigation, a system with high water use
productivity potential. This is a major change for farm businesses.
Considerable investment of capital is required along with changes in
both tactical and strategic farm management to realise any
increases in water productivity.


This course will equip participants with analytical and management
skills necessary to improve farm profit and sustainability. The first
stage requires participants to benchmark current performance of
their business following key management accounting principles as
they relate to production agriculture. The second stage then focuses
                                                                                    NSW, VIC, SA, TAS,
on understanding the key benchmark in agriculture, cost of             $2,200.00
                                                                                    ACT
production. Understanding what drives and influences the cost of
production and strategies to improve it is critical to solid long term
performance. Finally, strategy, management and analytical skills to
manage risk associated with a variable climate will be extended to
participants for use in their own businesses.
The key activity in the course is preparation of a Property
Management Plan (PMP). A PMP documents a landholder's
intentions for sustainably managing their land - putting mental
ideas, possibilities, issues and dreams into a logical and presentable
format. A PMP is a valuable communication tool. PMPs are
frequently use for: Documenting Thinking / Ideas - capturing the       $1,205.00    National
schemes between our ears; Negotiation - with stakeholders in the
property; Recognition - by regulating authorities; Evidence - for
demonstrating compliance; Accreditation - against recognised codes
of practice / management standards (ISO14001); Transformation -
for testing novel ideas or scheme.


This unique cutting edge course has been developed by the National
                                                                                    VIC - Corangamite,
Centre for Sustainability (NCS) in conjunction with professional
                                                                                    East Gippsland,
forestry consultants in the sequestration industry, Australian Carbon
                                                                                    Mallee, North
Traders (ACT). The full day training course provides practcial
                                                                      $990.00       Central, North
approaches for land managers to conduct carbon sequestration
                                                                                    Central, West
studies and develop feasibility assessments for implementing
                                                                                    Gippsland,
sustainable land management practices and carbon abatement
                                                                                    Wimmera
projects.

The course aims to assist the participant to consider the implications
of climate change and develop a strategic plan for sustainability,
                                                                         $892.10    National
including identification of operational and capital needs, risk analysis
and finally create an action plan.

This course aims to enable the applicant to consider the implications
of climate change and future production, develop, a marketing plan
                                                                       $892.10      National
including identification of new opportunities, operational and capital
needs, risk analysis, and finally create a Marketing Action plan.


A 4 day training, delivered in the classroom & field, which teaches an
integrated, regenerative approach to soil management. The
approach builds soil carbon & well structured, biologically-healthy
soil, increases soil water-holding capacity, enhances availability of
nutrients, increases drought tolerance, improves animal health,
reduces fertiliser, chemical and veterinary inputs over time. Topics
                                                                        $1,320.00   National
include: Reading and understanding a soil test. Understanding
fertiliser options. Calculating nutrient & fertiliser needs. Physically
assessing soils for structure, texture, health & biological activity.
Developing the conditions to allow soil biology to prosper. Building
soil carbon. Microbial inoculants & biological stimulants. Designing a
Regenerative Soil Development Plan.
This workshop is available face to face and online. Quickchecks
provides the tools to measure the health of your pastures, soils,
woody vegetation, farm watercourses, paddock production levels
                                                                        $275.00   National
and birds. It gives you a quick (3-4 hours) and easy way to measure
what is going well on your land, identify any issues and plan to
address these issues.
The workshop is available by face to face delivery and online. It is
designed to help farm families identify the issues most likely to
                                                                        $275.00   National
affect their succession planning, and strategies which will assist in
their decision making.
Farm business members work on their own business situation to
develop skills in assessing people's needs and expectations,
communication patterns, current business financial position and         $990.00   National
scenarios for possible succession outcomes to determine the most
appropriate future plan for the business.


The Succession Planning course is about planning for the future,
with the family and business working together. This course will
enable participants to gather information to assist in the
development of strategies for ongoing business management in the
event of change in ownership, leadership or management. The
                                                                     $770.00      National
process will enable participants to be involved in scenario examples
offering solutions to common problems. It will also be supported by
professionals who will reduce the confusion and worry created by
lack of knowledge. The process will give you a guided tour of how a
succession planning process may work for you and your business.


This course aims to increase skills and knowledge of Indigenous land
managers. The course will increase participants' knowledge of
                                                                     $4,246.00    NSW, VIC, SA
sustainable land use practices and management of ecosystems
covering environmental issues and activities for economic return.

The course will provide participants with information on areas of
                                                                        $817.50   NSW, VIC
environmental concern and sustainable land use practices.
Getting Started with Agrimaster: Component 1. Start your
Agrimaster journey by learning all the skills your need to effectively
maintain your own business cashbook. You'll discover ways to fit the
Agrimaster cashbook to your business as an efficient records
management system. Learn the basics efficiently as you establish
                                                                       $550.00     National
and customise your Agrimaster code list, accurately record
transactions, reconcile the cashbook and produce a Business Activity
Statement. Start the process of integrating your financial records
into your business management process and retrieve all your legal,
financial, accounting and taxation records efficiently.


Risk management is a discipline for living with the possibility that
future or current events may cause adverse effects to your business.
This program will assist participants to identify risk associated with
climate change in their business and develop strategies and tools to
manage these risks. Management strategies will incorporate a           $825.00     SA
'whole business' approach. The 1 day workshop includes: Risk
definition - Continuous improvement model - Risk management
benefits - Risk management process - Identifying risks and root
causes - Risk assessment and rating - Management tools and plans.


This seminar teaches the benefits of Humus Management and the
Controlled Microbial Compost (CMC) process. The combination of
lectures and practical work will provide participants with enough
information to start their own composting or improve current
                                                                                   NSW - Namoi
practices. Participants will learn the mutual effect of high quality   $1,980.00
                                                                                   Region
compost and humus build up. The CMC Consulting Group from
Austria will be lecturing at this seminar. The group consists of
Angelika Luebke and her husband Urs Hildebrandt, who is known
worldwide as a successful compost consultant.

Family business members understand everyone's expectations and
concerns regarding the business particularly in terms of succession,
management and/or ownership transition. All family and business
members develop a clear understanding of the business's current
                                                                     $1,253.00     National
financial position and future opportunities and possible impacts on
the business viability. Develop a joint plan on how the family
business wishes to move forward. Delivered as a family business
workshop on demand.
This training aims to improve the capacity of irrigation farmers to
adapt their on-farm operations to reduced water availability, a
major impact of climate change arising from increased temperature
and reduced rainfall in key irrigation areas. The course covers the
                                                                    $380.00     National
economics covers the economics, technical and managerial aspects
of converting surface water irrigation systems to low pressure
overhead irrigation, a system with greater water use productivity
potential.

A one day interactive course providing the information and tools to
understand the planning, certification and management processes
involved in organic grain production. The course includes farm-
specific activities to enable the decision making process to be well $495.00    National
structured and clearly understood. The program also leads in to a
more in-depth planning and marketing course, Organic Grain -
Making the Transition.


This course provides information to assist participants to understand
what farm business succession planning is and why it is important
that every farm should develop a plan for the business succession
                                                                      $850.00   National
and eventual asset succession. This course also outlines the process
of business continuance , including the business management skills
that the next generation require to manage the farm business.


Over two days participants will learn how to adapt and then apply
the management principles used for successful farming when
investing in and then managing shares and property. The
WealthFocus course delves into the world of share market investing
                                                                   $990.00      National
and property investing and builds a solid foundation of knowledge
that will allow participants to construct their own personalised
investment plan, all with the assistance of highly qualified
independent advisors.

This is a one day workshop to assist farmers, graziers and other land
managers to reduce risk by monitoring and effectively incorporating $260.00     NSW
weather and climate information into farm decision making.
The communications in Business, 2 day program is an essential tool
for creating effective communications between staff and
management in any business. The program demonstrates the
importance of understanding the various forms of communication,
the strategies each person uses and the implications to your
business, when communication fails. It will assist you to create both
                                                                      $1,320.00    National
business and individual Visions and supporting Goals to achieve the
Visions. You will compile a list of values and beliefs and generate a
plan for the next 1 to 5 years. You will develop a toolbox of
processes, skills and knowledge which you will use everyday of your
life. This is the way to make your family, staff and business move to
the next level.


How to use soil testing to improve soil fertility and farm profits; how
to identify and access competent soil testing services; how to make $600.00        Nationwide
sense of soil test reports

How to look at soils and assess their health; how management
practices affect soil health; how to investigate profitable solutions to $600.00   Nationwide
improve soil health in your environment


The RNC is an intensive 1 day program on the principles of animal
nutrition in the context of regenerative land and pasture
management in varying climatic conditions. Specific learning
outcomes include the knowledge to apply management tools
required to plan, monitor and implement a profitable animal
nutrition program for livestock business enterprise. This includes:
Determining the profitability of different nutrition options.       $750.00        National
Managing plant growth for maximum nutrition. Managing plant
growth according to the water cycle. Diagnosing deficiencies in
animal nutrition and implementing strategies to improve nutrition.
Setting targets for production based on nutritional information.
Applying supplements in a timely manner to overcome deficiencies.
Managing nutrition during drought.

This 3 day workshop will take you through the process of developing
climate risk management strategies for an agricultural enterprise. It
                                                                                   NSW -
covers researching climate and enterprise data, analysing and
                                                                                   Lachlan/Murray &
interpreting climate and enterprise data, preparing risk              $500.00
                                                                                   Murrumbidgee
management strategies and integrating climate risk and
                                                                                   regions.
opportunities for management strategies at a business management
level.
GLM is a workshop designed for northern Australian beef producers
to implement profitable and sustainable grazing land management
in a variable climate. The workshop enables an understanding of the
grazing ecosystem and exploration of the main considerations
behind decisions in grazing management (climate variation, pasture,
cattle, fires). The workshop provides tools available to manage land $1,620.00       QLD, WA , NT
condition, improve utilisation of the feedbase, enhance diet quality
and time to develop a property implementation plan incorporating
all principles and tools learned throughout the workshop. The
workshop format consists of a pre workshop planning session, two
days of workshop and a follow up workshop

This 1 day Strategic Planning for Climate Change workshop is
designed to: Identify climate change issues and opportunities for
your business. Prioritise issues and opportunities. Develop strategic
                                                                      $825.00        SA
goals, strategies and performance outcomes. Develop action plans
containing activities, timeframe and budgets for prioritised
strategies.

This course aims to train participants in how to practically apply the
Freshcare Environmental Code of Practice to their business and how
to gain compliance under the code. It shows growers that the Code
is an industry owned environmental assurance standard which
outlines the practices required on-farm to provide assurance that
                                                                           $880.00   NSW, QLD, NT
their products have been grown and packed with care for the
environment. Growers are taught that the code provides an
auditable standard to demonstrated responsible on-farm
environmental management in areas such as chemical usage,
fertilisers and soil additives, water, land and soil, biodiversity, waste,
air and energy.
Leasing Land is an excellent way of expanding the farming operation
without the high capital requirement of land ownership. Paying
excessive lease rental however is a sure recipe for sending the
business broke. The principles of profitable farm leasing workshop
                                                                        $550.00      National
will provide participants with the skills and tools necessary to assess
land leasing opportunities and the ability to place an economic value
on a lease after accounting for the volatility and risk in generating
returns.

This course is specifically designed to meet the technical needs of
managers of greenhouse and hydroponic growing environments.
The course includes practical training sessions in greenhouses,
                                                                         $2,200.00   National
demonstrations and lectures supported by written notes. The
course will be conducted by two senior specialist trainers from the
Practical Training Centre Plus in The Netherlands.
To review and plan effective farm office and administrative
procedures. Participants will learn how to review, plan and improve,
their current; office organisation, technology requirements, office $330.00        National
procedures, recording and filing systems, storage needs, wages
management, business meeting procedures and goals.

Family business members understand everyone's expectations and
concerns regarding the business, particularly in terms of succession,
management and/or ownership transition. All family and business
members develop a clear understanding of the business' current
                                                                      $997.00      National
financial position and future opportunities and possible impacts on
the business viability. Develop a joint plan on how the family
business wishes to move forward. Delivered as a family business
workshop on demand.


The 2 day course provides Beekeepers with the skills to recognise,
monitor and manage the impact of pests and disease on commercial
honey bee colonies. It is also designed to promote awareness and
surveillance for exotic pests and diseases threatening the Australian
Beekeeping Industry. This course is delivered by experienced apiary
                                                                      $465.00      NSW
advisors with presentations on each subject, and a number of
practical/hands-on exercises to provide the beekeeper with
experience with identification of the various pests and diseases. A
comprehensive set of notes are provided with various sample/test
kits to assist the beekeeper after the course.


Changes in temperature, rainfall and evaporation to varying degrees
across Australia's winegrape growing regions. This will directly
affect both the ability of vines to extract nutrients from the soil and
nutrient mobility within the vine. As the provision of adequate
nutrition is integral to successful vineyard management and the
                                                                         $500.00   National
production of grapes with specific compositional attributes, this
regionally-specific training will give land managers an awareness of
the implications that climate change will have for nutritional status,
skills in identifying nutrient deficiencies/toxicities and strategies to
rectify them.

Simple visual based environmental management system (EMS)
                                                                       $450.00     SA
training using the international tool ECOMAPPING
This course aims to improve skills and knowledge of primary
producers and land carers to identify and understand their
property’s resources as well as recognise how those resources may
be affected by the impacts of environmental change. Participants
will develop a goal for their property and establish the framework
for a Farm Plan including setting up a monitoring program.
                                                                       $2,990.00    NSW, ACT
Participants will look at the fundamentals and will learn to integrate
the information gathered from research, analysis and monitoring to
develop a sustainable and adaptable farm management plan that is
appropriate to their property’s ability based on its’ resources,
finances and goals. The cost of the course is per property not
individual.

Strategic information to guide owners/managers through steps to
develop risk management strategies and long-term sustainability
plans in their use of pest management techniques for the          $425.00           WA
production of food and fibre and for natural resource management.
Two-day programme providing ChemCert WA accreditation.

Graduates of this course will be able to demonstrate a working
knowledge of property vegetation plans and forest operation plans
and how biodiversity and how silvicultural practices and forest soil
                                                                     $1,250.00      NSW
and water protection impact on harvesting in Private Native Forest.
They will be able to apply principles of the Private Native Forest
Code of Practice in a regional context.

This workshop explores the psychological factors that underpin
innovation and the blockages to innovation. It applies those
learnings to the rural environment, offering lessons designed to free
up innovation. The cooperative conversations component provides
                                                                          $300.00   National
participants with a set of skills that substantially improves the
productivity of any meeting, whilst reducing the time involved.
These skills help people to contribute willingly, to listen respectfully,
to consider deeply, and decide wisely.
This workshop series builds on the skills and knowledge learnt in
Prograze TM, leading to the development of a whole farm fodder
                                                                        $520.00     NSW
budget. This course is for sheep and cattle producers who have
completed Prograze TM.
These workshops will help you better understand and manage
climate variability and change including projections, trends and
concerns for your enterprise. They also provide an understanding of
when to use seasonal outlooks and when to ignore them. Facilitated
discussion provides insight into the current management strategies
and future options for your enterprise. You will see the latest     $100.00        National
outcomes from recent climate research relevant to your region.
Once you have attended you will receive books and free monthly
seasonal outlook newsletters. Within paddock tools and support are
also available. Workshops are tailored to group needs and
enterprises and incorporate local records.


The objective of this course is to give users of this module, the skills
and confidence to organize and display spatial data and explore the $900.00        National
concepts involved in farm infrastructure planning and recording.


The Australian Wine Industry faces many risks in sustaining future
production of vineyard assets. Vine Trunk disease and young vine
decline have been identified as significant threats to the longevity of
individual vineyards if left unchecked. Recent research conducted at $345.00       NSW
the NWGIC as part of the Winegrowing Futures Project forms part of
the foundation of this Vineyard Management focused training
focusing on future risk management / control of such disease(s).


The aim of this course is that at the end of this 6 month program,
landholders will have learned new skills and have incorporated this
learning into a plan for enhanced farm and business resilience whilst
addressing critical environmental sustainability issues - making sure
that people are able to work well together and make good business $985.00          NSW
decisions needed to better adapt the business to climate variability.
The program will have a hands on action learning approach over 6
months. This program will be offered in 2 workshops over a 6 month
period.

This course is designed to improve the capacity of landholder to
develop resilient farm family businesses, which are able to quickly
and profitable adapt to varying climate. Through a mix of practical
                                                                         $985.00   NSW
training and ongoing group learning over 12 months, develop a
range of skills to be able to assess business options for the future, in
a variable climate and within a holist framework.
This course provides farmers with the information required to assist
in making critical farm management decisions via the data
management and reporting tools of PAM QA and it's suite of           $550.00       NSW, QLD, ACT
software. The course covers data management, cost scheduling,
whole farm planning, farm mapping and reporting.


This course, aimed at the agricultural industry, provides the
understanding and framework to allow participants to accurately
plan and make decisions for their farm strategically. This is achieved
through incorporating technical-skills and advice for maximum
sustainable production given the result of the changing climate
                                                                                   NSW, VIC, QLD,
together with a more holistic view of the farm as an enterprise        $1,720.00
                                                                                   TAS
requiring scenario mapping and strategic decision making. Emphasis
is placed on the role of pastures and the necessity of thorough feed
base planning as a crucial step in ensuring sustainable farming
practices, particularly through instances of drought and differing-
from-average rainfall.


This course will take you through the process of developing,
implementing and reviewing farming practices that will ensure the
environmental sustainability of your farm business in a changing                   NSW - Lachlan,
climate. It covers assessing current production activities for their $500.00       Murray,
environmental impact, and evaluating and implementing new                          Murrumbidgee
practices and technologies to generate efficiencies and minimise the
environmental impact of farming.



This one day course covers the implications of climate change in
Australian agriculture with an emphasis upon the critical role of
farming in relation to carbon sequestration. Several mineral and
biological strategies for humus-building will be discussed. Increasing
                                                                        $150.00    National
organic carbon levels offers a remarkable 'win/win' scenario
associated with improved water management, enhanced retention
of fertilisers and reduced erosion. The coruse will also include a host
of biological strategies to reduce reliance upon petrochemicals
under the umbrella of mineral management, microbe management,
plant management and pest management.

Paddock Plants field days provide participats with basic plant
recognition skills for common native grasses, introduced grasses,     $55.00       NSW
legumes and weeds, along with information about the attributes
and management of those plants
This workshop is available online and face-to-face. Topics covered
include: lessons learned from last harvest; managing risk
appropriately for your family farm situation; price risk management
                                                                        $330.00            Nationwide
for grain in the silo and in the paddock; understanding basis and
swaps; grain contracts, forward and cash contracts; using marketers -
pool managers and advisors. The online workshop will be delivered
in short sessions (1.5 - 2 hrs). This workshop is particularly designed
for wheat growers but the concepts are applicable to all grains
A workshop focussed on anticipating and managing the impact of
climatic change and seasonal volatility. The emphasis is on grain and                      NSW - Southern
mixed grain / livestock farming systems. Workshops are highly           $340.00            Rivers, VIC, SA -
interactive and focus is on current and emerging issues and                                Northern & Yorke
information.


Managing Pasture for Livestock Nutrition focuses on changing
farmer’s abilities to manage pasture in reduced rainfall affected
areas. The 10 session program provides producers with defined
strategies to better manage the key factors that effect pasture                            Victoria -
growth. Topics include assessing animal requirements - linked to the                       Corangamite, Port
nutrition that pastures aim to provide for livestock and pasture               $1,450.00   Phillip and
establishment, weed control, different pasture species & varieties ,                       Westernport,
fertilisers - linked to soil testing, lime, sensitivity of seed to fertilisers             Glenelg Hopkins
and the effect of trace elements. The program is held on farm and
combines the science associated with pasture establishment and
managing animal nutrition with practical application.


Computerise your farm photograph and develop layers of
information with areas of susceptibility or areas with problems.
Design strategies to eradicate problems and drought proof your                             NSW - Central
                                                                      $1,500.00
business. Use this easy-to-use mapping program to provide workers                          West / Lachlan
with maps of work areas, localities of water pipes, electricity lines
etc.
The Co-operative Identity workshop will explore why our shared
values and principles form the basis for co-operatives and the
business case for co-operative values and principles as a distinct
form of business. Participants will review the role, importance and
contribution of members, managers and employees who have a role
                                                                    $1,000.00              National
in communicating the aims and ethos of the organisation to
members, customers and the public. The workshop will help them
understand what cooperatives are and how the application of its
values could help them in an increasingly tough and competitive
market place.
This course will help you to understand the basic concepts of
participating in environmentally sustainable work practices. You will              NSW - Lachlan,
develop a project plan to implement environmentally sustainable                    Murray,
work practices on your farm, developing appropriate tools to use to                Murrumbidgee VIC
                                                                      $950.00
monitor and measure relevant information. Successful                               - Goulburn Broken,
development and implementation of your project will lead to a                      North Central,
Statement of Attainment for two units of competence, BSBSUS201a                    North East
Participate in environmentally sustainable work practices and
BSBPMG510A Manage Projects.
This workshop is available online. Topics covered include:
background to Dohne sheep in Australia; sheep genetics - breeding
for improvement; breeding for meat and wool; evaluation and          $220.00       National
assessment of top genetics; improving your mob; professional
management for improvement - record keeping.

This course provides farmers with the information required to assist
in making critical farm management decisions via the data
management and reporting tools of PAM QA and its suite of
                                                                     $880.00       NSW, QLD, ACT
software. The course covers data management, cost scheduling,
whole farm planning, farm mapping and reporting, livestock
production record management and precision mapping.

Participants will develop and implement a system that records their
farm management system, adhering to the SQF (safe quality food)
guidelines. A master manual is used as a guide for the participants to
                                                                       $1,760.00   WA
reflect their farming practices. Full paddock and stock records are
set up to capture this information. These can be manual or
computer records.

Participants will develop and implement a system that records their
farm management system, adhering to the SQF (safe quality food)
guidelines. A master manual is used as a guide for the participants to
                                                                       $1,320.00   WA
reflect their farming practices. Full paddock and stock records are
set up to capture this information. These can be manual or
computer records.

Participants will develop and implement a system that records their
farm management system, adhering to the SQF (safe quality food)
guidelines. A master manual is used as a guide for the participants to
                                                                       $2,090.00   WA
reflect their farming practices. Full paddock and stock records are
set up to capture this information. These can be manual or
computer records.
Participants will develop and implement a system that records their
farm management system, adhering to the SQF (safe quality food)
guidelines. A master manual is used as a guide for the participants to
                                                                       $1,650.00   WA
reflect their farming practices. Full paddock and stock records are
set up to capture this information. These can be manual or
computer records.

The Better Farm Integrated Quality program is an on-farm Quality
Assurance program built to meet the internationally recognised
SQF1000 code and is fully Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point
(HACCP) compliant. Better Farm IQ provides customers with the
                                                                    $1,452.00      WA
additional assurances they need, while assisting the industry to
identify and manage food safety and quality risks. Better Farm IQ's
unique design delivers the simplest, most cost effective on-farm QA
systems in the world.

The Better Farm Integrated Quality program is an on-farm Quality
Assurance program built to meet the internationally recognised
SQF1000 code and is fully Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point
(HACCP) compliant. Better Farm IQ provides customers with the
                                                                    $1,936.00      WA
additional assurances they need, while assisting the industry to
identify and manage food safety and quality risks. Better Farm IQ's
unique design delivers the simplest, most cost effective on-farm QA
systems in the world.

Team Building for Business Owners, Managers and Board Members.
Practical workshops for those who wish to: turn their staff or other
board members into a team that work and pull together for the        $1,100.00     National
business. See real results and changes in the business and gain new
skills, knowledge, and hope through Team Building training.

Indigenous Boards, Private Boards and Business Owners interested
in planning for their future. A hands-on practical workshop looking
at planning for your future and looking at opportunities, challenges
and how to be prepared. Identify business, employment and profit-
                                                                      $1,100.00    National
making opportunities for your business and land. Discover how to
have everyone on your side, sharing your clear and concise vision for
the Organisation and business. Very popular workshops for all those
wishing to move ahead.
Corporate Governance Training for Indigenous Land Managers and
Primary Producers who manage their property of land under a
Board or Committee structure. Understand your roles and
responsibilities for being on the board, and how to view your land /
                                                                        $1,000.00   National
property as a business. 10 key ways to make your governance
easier. Practical training - making this 'hot topic' easily understood.
Very popular course for indigenous groups, private company boards
and natural resource management group committee.


Financial reports and understanding business finances made
friendly. Practical rural examples are used and easy to understand
language. Very popular and suitable for ALL indigenous managers,
business owners and managers - no previous financial management
experience needed. One of the key roles and responsibilities of
being a Manager or Business Owner is to oversee the financial      $1,100.00        National
aspects of your company or organisation. Learn how to read and
understand financial reports including profit and loss statement;
balance sheet cashflow analysis; budgets; why key performance
indicators are an absolute key to your success. Questions to ask
accountants, book keepers etc.

These workshops enable participants to develop and apply the skills
necessary to identify, analyse and evaluate the requirements for
change in family businesses. Family, management and business
goals are developed and reassessed under changing circumstances.
                                                                     $920.00        National
Business transition and succession issues are established, ownership
and management structures assessed, the impact of business
performance, financial and business risk and business governance
issues are explored.

This course will increase the awareness of grapegrowers to the
effects of climate change on bunchzone temperatures and how this
affects grape quality. The technique of Bunchzone Temperature
                                                                     $180.00        National
Monitoring will be hands-on trained with small affordable electronic
dataloggers and the knowledge will enable a change in management
practices for higher grape quality and better sustainability.

This training will assist Primary Producers prepare for the impacts of
climate change. Using a practical approach (workshops & flexible
delivery) they will be shown how agriculture is affected and how to                 NSW, VIC - North
                                                                       $1,500.00
manage the risks. On completion participants will have strategies                   East, ACT
and goals for managing the impacts of climate change at their
farming enterprise.
AFFCO Profit Planner is a simple-to-use computer software program
developed initially for apples, pears, cherries and stone fruit, to
allow you to assess your "what if..?" questions about alternative
crops, alternative production systems, new technologies and more.
Growers are already using AFFCO Profit Planner to assess the
                                                                       $990.00        National
benefits of new technologies such as new varieties and rootstocks,
labour saving devices, rain and hail covers, and irrigation systems.
The key benefit of AFFCO Profit Planner is it allows you to input your
own costs and develop your own scenarios (short, medium, and long
term)

Participants will learn of the impact climate change will have on
native pollinators and the impact this will have on their profitability
as producers. To establish and review the best practice pollination
management for Pome fruit growers. Participants will gain valuable $220.00            National
knowledge in hive structure and management and gain the ability to
assess pollination effectiveness. Skills learned will improve fruit set
and quality, improve the growers profitability



The program covers the process of assessing the property/ies'
current capacity for production and longevity and then designing,
planning, monitoring property improvements. Throughout this
                                                                      Contact Training
process, the producer needs to be environmentally aware of                             National
                                                                      Provider
contraints and implications but also balance this with a production
capacity that will ensure financial return. Areas that will be
addressed are current development restrictions and regulations,
financial contraints, availability of human resources and
environmental factors that may impact on production.

The volatility of the grains, pulses, oilseed and financial markets
means that farmers need to be outwardly focused and integrating
the impact of many more factors, including the changing climate in
                                                                     $600.00          National
their area, into their decision making. This program aims to broaden
the variables they consider in their planning, and introduce them to
market tools that can smooth out the volatility that will affect the
farmgate price.
This program covers the tools required to identify project priorities,
costings, required activities in line with a property/ies' goals; assess
the areas of the business that may be affected by market changes
and environmental factors and take these into consideration;               Contact Training
                                                                                            National
breakdown of the project for individual resource items and match           Provider
against the financial schedule of a project - new technologies such as
GPS and GIS mapping can assist in designing and researching the
viability of the project; collate and present the costs for final
approval.
This course covers the planning for and maangement of small teams.
It involves human resource issues such as industrial relations,            Contact Training
                                                                                            National
recruitment, record keeping, induction, training and team                  Provider
development.

This course will allow land managers to understand the importance
of a budget aligning with business goals. Providing skills to adapt  Contact Training
                                                                                      National
budgets to meet unforeseen circumstances and to meet financial       Provider
targets. Monitoring of operations to ensure they are within forecast
limits. Delivery is in 2 day workshop format.

This course will enable land managers to manage projects from
inception to final completion. Initially identifying purpose, scope and
                                                                        Contact Training
objectives of projects. Incorporating details such as timelines,                         National
                                                                        Provider
budgets, realistic goals, monitoring and reporting, task allocation,
record keeping, and review of outcomes against project plans.
Course delivery will be in 2 day workshop format.

In this unique course, participants will learn a whole systems
approach to broadacre farm planning, using the combined force of
Keyline Design, Permaculture and Holistic Management. The course
is an intensive blend of technical & practical sessions targeted at
would-be carbon farmers, professional land managers, consultants,
Permaculture designers, earthmovers, farmers and anyone with a
strong interest in sustainable land management and soil creation.       $550.00            NSW
Topics include: Keyline Design, carbon sequestration, carbon
farming, cost effective soil creation, soil renovation, designing water
into a property, dam placement and construction, water harvesting
& reticulation, silviculture, pasture improvement, permaculture
design, Holistic Management, pasture cropping, ecosystem services
monitoring & accounting.
This course is designed to assist pome and summer fruit growers to
implement an integrated pest management system in their orchard.
As climate change influences seasonal conditions, pests and disease
populations are likely to vary in their nature and intensity. Fruit
growers will therefore be required to adapt their control methods $250.00         WA
accordingly. By attending these workshops, participants will be able
to ascertain which pests and diseases are present in their orchards,
assess the potential level of risk of damage to their crop and identify
control options. Where possible, the reliance on chemicals will be
reduced by the choice of more sustainable techniques such as
biological, cultural or physical controls.
The course expands on Humus Management and the Controlled
Microbial Compost (CMC) process. A combination of lectures and
                                                                                  NSW - Namoi
practical work will increase the composting knowledge of              $1,040.00
                                                                                  Region
participants. They will also gain knowledge in chromatography - a
technique used to interpret compost, soil, plant and food quality.
                                                                                  VIC - East
Small Microscope Course - in a science laboratory setting, learn how              Gippsland, Port
to use a light microscope to identify and qualitatively assess the   $550.00      Phillip and
micro-biology present in soil, compost and compost tea samples.                   Westernport, West
                                                                                  Gippsland
This short course is developed to equip supervisors and team
leaders with tools to manage projects and people. It provides an
overview to managing a project for those involved in low value, low
risk projects or multiple independent projects. The content includes
a conceptual understanding of the four phases of project
management - initiation, development, implementation and                          NSW - Hunter-
                                                                        $650.00
finalisation. At the same time supervisors and team leaders need to               Central Rivers
combine an understanding of human behaviour with technical job
skills. An effective supervisor aligns staff to business objectives and
manages their team to achieve the desired results.
Permaculture is a science of planning and creating agriculturally
productive and profitable enterprises that adhere to ethical
responsibilities of caring for land and people. The 72 hour
certification course, taught and practiced in over 130 countries, is a
                                                                                 NSW -
14 day on-location intensive. It includes sustainable grazing and
                                                                                 Murrumbidgee,
cropping, business and community planning, ecological restoration, $1,925.00
                                                                                 Southern Rivers;
earth works, and water management. Participants will learn a
                                                                                 ACT
complete method of strategic design for use on personal projects or
to offer as consultation to others. They will understand and be able
to give practical solutions for soil erosion and degradation, drought,
flood and climate change.


In this 3 day course you will learn the theory and practice of
Permaculture Earthworks, including site design, soil evaluation,
surveying, and directing earth-moving machines to establish dams,
swales, terraces, earth banks, drains, gabions, and other features. In
addition to re-hydrating and drought-proofing landscape, well                    NSW -
designed earthworks are perfect features for planting trees and        $550.00   Murrumbidgee,
caring for livestock. You will learn from Geoff Lawton, Managing                 Southern Rivers
Director of The Permaculture Research Institute, how to plan and
execute long lasting, well-built earthworks. The course includes an
on-site demonstration of dam and swale construction in the broad-
acre setting of Mulloon Creek Natural Farms.


The Meat Executive Program is a unique blend of professional
development, industry forum, opportunity to network with peers
throughout the supply chain, skill enhancement and practical                     VIC - Port Phillip &
                                                                    $6,050.00
learning experience. Participants come from the beef, lamb, pork,                Westernport only.
chicken and seafood sectors and represent all elements of the value
chain, from genetics through production, processing, wholesaling,
retailing, foodservice, and exporting.

Four hour interactive seminars held throughout the MDB at TAFE
                                                                                 NSW- Lower
venues to assist irrigators with their water allocation needs: assess
                                                                                 Murray Darling,
seasonal water requirements and different market scenarios; then
                                                                                 Murray,
how to cost-effectively buy/sell/carryover water. Detailed chart
                                                                                 Murrumbidgee;
analysis of support and resistance in the water market using state-of-
                                                                                 VIC - Goulburn
the-art market analysis of water trading prices over the last seven    $550.00
                                                                                 Broken, Mallee,
years. Detailed analysis of buy/sell levels based on fundamental
                                                                                 North Central,
factors of key MDB crops. Collaborate to outline likely market
                                                                                 North East; SA - SA
scenarios. Then formulate sensible water trading strategies.
                                                                                 Murray Darling
Economic analysis and open discussion of longer term water market
                                                                                 Basin
trends and the implied cropping and irrigation options.
The Freshcare Environmental Code of Practice is an industry owned
Environmental Assurance standard. The Code identifies on-farm
practices that provide assurance that produce has been grown and
packed with care for the environment. This 2 day course provides           $990.00   National
training in the Code requirements and resources to assist Australian
growers to demonstrate the required practices for chemicals,
fertilisers and soil additives, water, land and soil, biodiversity, waste,
air and energy are in place. Day 2 includes a 1/2 day 'farm walk' to
examine the practical implementation of the Code requirements.

This1.5 hr session provides and overview of the information
available in the one day course. You can tailor a session to your
group needs and choose from relevant and local: updates on the
seasonal climate outlook and forecasts; insights into climate
variability and change with trends, projections and concerns;
                                                                         $100.00     National
facilitated discussion on current management strategies and future
options for your enterprise; latest outcomes from climate research.
Attendees of this short session will be provided free access monthly
seasonal outlook newsletters and can choose to take home 1 of 4
books available. Discounts apply should you choose to do the full
day course.
Aerobic compost added to highly aerated water, held at a desired
temperature, with the addition of microbe nutrients, feed the
species of microbes desired. This "brew" is full of beneficial fungi
and bacteria. Compost tea makes soil more productive, less toxic
and more sustainable. Applying whilst Keyline plowing, injects
millions of beneficial bacteria into the root zone and aerates the soil.
                                                                         $390.00     NSW
Biological farming; On-farm management of farm waste; Making
high value compost; Soil management; Sustainable soil fertility;
Growing and applying soil microbes; Making "compost tea"; Building
carbon content in the soils.




Starting Farm Succession Planning for family farms - Assessment of
financial aspects, aims and aspirations, estate planning, farm           $60.00      VIC - Mallee
business structures, issues, problems and pitfalls with succession
planning for farms, financial issues. Superannuation and law.
Stress Free Stockmanship delivers a 3-day course that covers theory,
principles and practical exercices toward complete mastery of stress
free techniques.This means that participants can implement herding
techniques that not only save time and money but also positively
affect the environment. It is an enjoyable and informative 2 days
with the emphasis on practical results that can make a difference for
                                                                      $650.00    National
your operation with plenty of hands-on paddock and yard work. An
extensive workbook with examples, diagrams and references in
yours to keep from the course. Individual and group coaching
ensures tht you can go home with confidence in your new skills.


                                                                                 NSW - Northern
The course is based on basic dairy cow nutrition. It teaches practical
                                                                                 Rivers, QLD -
skills to help dairy farmers improve both milk yield and composition.
                                                                                 Burdekin, Burnett
The course also includes practical demonstrations and exercises. The $100.00
                                                                                 Mary, Fitzroy,
basic principles it teaches can be applied across a range of feeding
                                                                                 South East
systems, including pasture and mixed feeding systems.
                                                                                 Queensland
This course will increase awareness and adoption of beneficial land
management practices by using the Environmental Farm Planning
process. Participants will undertake a self assessment and action
                                                                                 NSW - Lower
planning process to identify key issues that require actions to
                                                                                 Murray Darling,
manage environmental risks for Greenhouse, Soil, Water,               $770.00
                                                                                 Murray; VIC; SA;
Vegetation and Biodiversity as well as many other issues. The two
                                                                                 TAS; ACT
workshops will allow participants to develop a five year action and
monitoring plan, to ensure the sustainable land use of their
properties.

What are the economics of your grazing enterprise? How profitable
is your whole-farm system? What impact do seasonal, climatic and
market changes have on your business? If you made changes, would
you be better off?                                                               QLD - Border River
This workshop uses a simple, powerful process to assess the                      Maranoa-Balonne,
profitability of different enterprise, management and environmental              Burnett Mary,
scenarios, such as: breeding cattle versus trading; selling weaners to $330.00   Condamine,
the feedlot versus Japanese Ox; destocking in drought versus                     Fitzroy, South East
feeding; buying more land; supplementary feeding...                              Queensland, South
The group will describe a hypothetical property and then use a                   West Queensland
spreadsheet (take-home copy available) to compare various
scenarios aimed at optimising sustainable resource use to
strengthen business profitability and resilience.
Improving Structural Soundness (ISS) is a 1 day workshop designed
specifically for beef producers to assist and apply the fundamentals
in breeding livestock. Selection and correct structure for your
environment is a critical component for sustaining functional and
profitable stock. This can lead to both management and economic
business benefits. This program will cover selecting for seedstock   $440.00     NSW, VIC
and steer production to assist both the existing and new breeders
for climate change. This workshop is geared for smaller groups for
you to get the most benefit. The total duration of the workshop is 8
hours and is designed to follow on with second workshop
"Improving Genetics" to gain maximum benefit.


Improving Genetics fo Climate Variability (IG) is a 1 day workshop
designed to follow on from "Improving Structural Soundness". The
second part series is developed specifically for beef producers to
assist and apply the technology in breeding livestock. Selecting the
genetics to suit your environment and utilising the information is a
critical component for your future productivity. This can lead to both
                                                                       $440.00   NSW, VIC
management and economic business benefits. This program will
cover selecting for seedstock and steer production to assist both the
existing and new breeders for climate change. This workshop is
geared for smaller groups for you to get the most benefit. The total
duration of the workshop is 8 hours and is designed to complete
both series to gain maximum benefit.

                                                                                 SA - Adelaide & Mt
Managing Crop Risk by Monitoring Soil Moisture is a series of
                                                                                 Lofty Ranges, Eyre
workshops for broad acre croppers that examines the basics of
                                                                                 Peninsula,
water and its relationship with soils and crops. The workshops
                                                                                 Kangaroo Island,
demonstrate technologies for monitoring soil moisture and            $600.00
                                                                                 South East,
conclude by providing land managers with the skills to optimise post
                                                                                 Northern & Yorke,
emergent nutrition and grain marketing decisions based on soil
                                                                                 SA Murray Darling
moisture reserves and forecast crop demand.
                                                                                 Basin
The changes in temperature and precipitation predicted for
Australia's winegrape-growing regions will directly affect the pest
pressure experienced by vines as the life-cycles of pest organisms
becomes unpredictabl in variable or previously untested climatic
conditions. The ability to recognise and respond to pest threats in a
timely and sustainable manner is critical in maintaining quality while
meeting economic, social and environmental responsibilities. The
                                                                       $500.00    National
preservation of crop health is integral in the production of grapes
with targeted compositional attributes. This regionally-specific
training will provide an awareness of the implications that climate
change will have on pest pressure, skills in identifying pest threats
and strategies to best manage them.



The 5 day Native Forest & Plantation Management (NF&PM) field
day and workhop series will implement a comprehensive knowledge
and capacity building program based on demonstrating actual                       NSW - Border
NF&PM prcesses and associated interaction with Grazing Land                       Rivers-Gwydir;
Management. The program will encourage the adoption of best                       Hawkesbury-
practice forest management and establishment processes             $1,320.00      Nepean; Hunter-
incorporating the protection and enhancement of biodiversity, fire                Central Rivers;
management, state legislation, codes of practice, climate change,                 Northern Rivers;
carbon sequestration rates, vegetation offsets, grazing land                      QLD.
management and forest management planning as part of whole of
Property Management Planning.

Pasture Cropping and No Kill Cropping ADVANCED COURSE takes the
principles and practicalities of the introductory course to the next
level. All components of the Triple Bottom Line are covered with a
blend of practical techniques, advanced principles, innovations and
                                                                     $550.00      National
decision making tools covered. This course will appeal to grain
growers, mixed farmers and graziers who have made a start on the
regenerative agriculture path. Participants must have completed the
introductory course to attend this one.
This workshop provides grain growers with an understanding of the
requirements for maintaining grain quality in on-farm storage
systems and also the standards used to assess grain quality and
determine varietal classifications. It highlights the need to maintain
                                                                                  NSW - Central
grain in a premium condition, and to provide representative samples
                                                                                  West, Lachlan,
and an accurate assessment of grain quality when offering grain for
                                                                        $130.00   Murray,
sale ex farm, and offers training in the skills needed to achieve these
                                                                                  Murrumbidgee,
requirements. The workshop offers a combination of presentations
                                                                                  Western
and hands-on practical experience in grain testing using the latest
available on farm testing technology.
The Company Directors Course is a comprehensive director program
leading to a qualification recognised by the director community as
well as having Advanced Standing Arrangements with a range of
                                                                   $5,250.00     National
Australian universities. It is a 5 day program suitable for those
directors and senior managers who need to understand all of the
roles, duties and responsibilities of directors.
Provide farmers with the information required to assist in making
critical farm management decisions via the data management tools
of PAM QA and its suite of software. The course covers data       $880.00        WA
management, cost scheduling, whole farm planning, farm mapping
and reporting.
This course is aimed at finding opportunities to improve profitability
of sheep enterprises (wool and lamb) by looking at the efficiency of
your production system given your specific and regional climatic
circumstances. It looks at all operating costs in the production
systems and the production that is able to be generated by those                 NSW, QLD, VIC, SA,
                                                                       $648.00
costs. The course will answer the following questions:                           TAS
1) Is there room to improve the long term efficiency of my sheep
production system?
2) What are the most profitable opportunities to take?
3) What will it cost me to implement those opportunities?

The Permaculture Design Certificate course is an internationally-
recognised, 72 hour course. The course covers sustainable living
systems for a wide variety of landscapes and climates and
empowers participants with the skills and knowledge required to
become a person capable of designing and developing sustainable
systems anywhere in the world. Specific topics include: Theory and
principles of permaculture; Eco-friendly house placement and        $1,500.00    National
design; Energy conservation techniques for cold climates; Recycling
and waste management; Organic food production; Water harvesting
and management; Ecological pest control; Drought-proofing; Soil
rehabilitation and erosion control; Livestock; Aquaculture;
Catastrophe preparedness and prevention; Windbreaks and fire
control.
The Permaculture Design Certificate course is an internationally-
recognised, 72 hour course. The course covers sustainable living
systems for a wide variety of landscapes and climates and
empowers participants with the skills and knowledge required to
become a person capable of designing and developing sustainable
systems anywhere in the world. Specific topics include: Theory and
principles of permaculture; Eco-friendly house placement and        $1,500.00    NSW
design; Energy conservation techniques for cold climates; Recycling
and waste management; Organic food production; Water harvesting
and management; Ecological pest control; Drought-proofing; Soil
rehabilitation and erosion control; Livestock; Aquaculture;
Catastrophe preparedness and prevention; Windbreaks and fire
control.

The Better Grow Better Graze Program recognises that each grazing
business is different, and that each manager has different goals,
preferences and skills. The program has been developed to help in
the customisation of a pasture and grazing management approach                   NSW, VIC, SA, TAS,
                                                                  $1,650.00
that matches each farms resources and each farmers needs. It has                 ACT
long been proven that stocking rate is the key profit driver in a
grazing operation. The program ensures that important decisions
improve the businesses bottom line.
Our accredited training covers environmentally sustainable work
practices, conducting an environmental audit of your grazing and
broad cropping property, identifying and finding ways to improve
current resource use, and developing a deeper understanding of the
implications of climate change on your particular industry and
region. We will cover carbon markets, regional influences,
opportunities and contacts, and improve your financial resilience
involved in environmental changes.Our 4 half day workshops will                  NSW Northern
                                                                       $950.00
cover practical skills both in the classroom and on the farm. You will           Rivers
be given resources to develop a hands-on strategic plan, to prepare
for changes to water quality and management, as well as soil
degradation and other climate related issues. Implementation and
monitoring of improvements to resources and farm systems will be
the ongoing outcome of this training programme.
Our accredited training covers environmentally sustainable work
pracitces, conducting an environmental audit of your Macadamia
Farm, identifying and finding way to improve current resource use,
and developing a deeper understanding of the implications of
climate change on your particular industry and region. We will cover
carbon markets, regional influences, opportunities and contacts, and
improve your financial resilience involved in environmental changes.
Our four half day workshops will cover practical skills both in the            NSW Northern
                                                                     $950.00
classroom and on the farm. You will be given resources to develop a            Rivers
hands on strategic plan, to prepare for changes to water quailty and
management, as well as soil degradation and other climate related
issues. Implementation and monitoring of improvements to
resources and farm systems will be the ongoing outcome of this
training program.


Our accredited training covers environmentally sustainable work
pracitces, by conducting an environmental audit of your Macadamia
Farm, identifying and finding way to improve current resource use,
and developing a deeper understanding of the implications of
climate change on your particular industry and region. We will cover
carbon markets, regional influences, opportunities and contacts, and
improve your financial resilience involved in environmental changes.
Our four half day workshops will cover practical skills both in the            NSW Northern
                                                                     $950.00
classroom and on the farm. You will be given resources to develop a            Rivers
hands on strategic plan, to prepare for changes to water quailty and
management, as well as soil degradation and other climate related
issues. Implementation and monitoring of improvements to
resources and farm systems will be the ongoing outcome of this
training program.



Lead from the front! By undertaking this Leadership Skills program
you will build expertise in leadership, teamwork, communication,
                                                                               QLD - Burnett
and workplace relations among other important practices. This        $131.00
                                                                               Mary region
course develops / cements valuable, in-demand skills that will
become an asset to the organisation.

Designed to educate landholders in how to set up their financial
records so that they can get meaningful reports Use financial
                                                                               NSW - Central
records to determine short and long term viability of their       $1,500.00
                                                                               West / Lachlan
businesses. At the same time produce the necessary formal reports
required to satisfy legal requirements.
This course will help participants in the preparation of farm maps to
plan inputs, operational requirements, rotations and sustainable      $660.00      National
production management.

By completing this module students will be able to describe the
components of soil fertility and interpret indicators of soil fertility.
This course allows students to assess physical characteristics of soils            NSW - Northern
                                                                         $275.00
in practical sessions. The measured and subjectively assessed                      Rivers
characteristics are related to soil fertility, nutrient cycling and soil
carbon
This one-day workshop is concerned with the 'what', 'why' and 'how'
of more profitable and resilient controlled traffic, zero tillage (CTF)
farming systems. After a discussion of tillage and traffic impacts,
participants are guided through a self-assessment of their current
                                                                                   NSW, VIC, QLD,
cropping systems and equipment, to start planning the economic          $770.00
                                                                                   WA, SA, TAS
steps in their own CTF adoption process. (This course is also
competency mapped to unit RTP5014A: Manage Agricultural Crop
Production' in the Conservation and Land Management Diploma
Package)

This one-day workshop is concerned with the 'what', 'why' and 'how'
of more profitable and resilient controlled traffic, zero tillage (CTF)
farming systems. After a discussion of tillage and traffic impacts,
participants are guided through a self-assessment of their current
cropping systems and equipment, to start planning the economic                     NSW, VIC, QLD,
                                                                        $550.00
steps in their own CTF adoption process. (This course is identical in              WA, SA, TAS
all respects to FRTC0418 other than that of assessment to the one
competency mapped to unit RTP5014A: Manage Agricultural Crop
Production' in the Conservation and Land Management Diploma
Package)

This one-day workshop is designed for growers upgrading their
cropping systems to full no-till, and considering expensive
equipment purchases. The workshop will cover the rationale,
benefits and issues of removing tillage from cropping systems, and
the economic and practical aspects of upgrade. Participants work                   NSW, VIC, QLD,
                                                                    $770.00
through a number of equipment selection tasks related to their own                 WA, SA, TAS
cropping systems as a basis for planning their own no-till adoption
process. (This course is also competency mapped to RTE5304A:
Implement Machinery Management Systems, in the Conservation
and Land Management Diploma Package)
This one-day workshop is designed for growers upgrading their
cropping systems to full no-till, and considering expensive
equipment purchases. The workshop will cover the rationale,
benefits and issues of removing tillage from cropping systems, and
the economic and practical aspects of upgrade. Participants work
                                                                                            NSW, VIC, QLD,
through a number of equipment selection tasks related to their own $550.00
                                                                                            WA, SA, TAS
cropping systems as a basis for planning their own no-till adoption
process. (This course is similar in all respects other than assessment
to the one competency mapped to RTE5304A: Implement
Machinery Management Systems, in the Conservation and Land
Management Diploma Package)

This course works with participants to develop an overall goal that
includes all family members and addresses short term and long term $750.00                  National
needs of the family, business and environment.

What's a good price?' is a half-day hands-on workshop for grain
growers which:
1) discusses the various influences on grain prices (from local to
global) and the implications for this year's harvest and the grower's
ability to manage these issues;
                                                                                     $440.00 NSW
2) works through examples of how to compare various prices on
offer for their grain - bringing these back to a farm gate equivalent
price;
3) Examines the implications on cashflow and other management
decisions of various selling strategies (cash, pools, storage).

This one day workshop will take you through the role that carbon
plays in the soil in terms of its cycling, fractions and the benefits that
                                                                                            NSW -
increasing soil carbon has on soil health and building resilience to
                                                                                            Lachlan/Murray &
predicted climate change. It looks at on-farm emissions and the            $300.00
                                                                                            Murrumbidgee
types of farming practices that help to reduce emissions and
                                                                                            regions.
sequester carbon. It will also look at carbon calculators and the
voluntary carbon trading markets.

                                                                                            NSW - Lachlan,
This one day workshop will take you through the process of
                                                                                            Lower Murray
developing and analysing a budget to plan for future farm business
                                                                       $250.00              Darling, Murray &
viability. It covers identification of source information for the
                                                                                            Murrumbidgee
budget, analysis of cashflow, what-if analysis and variation analysis.
                                                                                            regions.
In this course, you will learn how to prepare an existing enterprise
for an external audit which may lead to organic certification. You will
learn how to reduce production inputs, manage resources and plan
for a sustainable organic enterprise; how to plan and manage a                      NSW - Hawkesbury-
property holistically; and adhere to a quality assurance program.       $1,460.00   Nepean; Sydney
Certified enterprises can market their product as "Organic",                        Metro
complying with the requirements of the Australian Quarantine and
Inspection Service (AQIS), accredited certification bodies and the
National Standard for Organic and Biodynamic Produce.


An online course in an eLearning format that provides the
information and tools to understand the planning, certification and
management processes involved in organic grain production. The
course includes farm-specific activities to enable the decision         $198.00     National
making process to be well structured and clearly understood. The
program also leads in to a more in-depth planning and marketing
course, Organic Grain - Making the Transition.


The Australian Wine Industry faces many risks in sustaining future
production of vineyard assets. Adaptation of vineyard management
strategies in controlling vine diesases will become increasingly
important due to increased climate variability. The workshop will
capture the latest scientific information from expert pathologists
from Australia, New Zealand and the USA. Participants will learn to $330.00         NSW
apply this information in managing their farms in a changing climate.
Recent research conducted at the NWGIC as part of the
Winegrowing Futures Project forms part of the foundation of this
Vineyard Management focused training focusing on future risk
maangement / control of vine diseases


An intensive 3 day workshop providing for a better understanding of
the principles developed by Dr William Albrecht, tested and proven
worldwide. The Kinsey / Albrecht systems helps to correct, build and
                                                                                    NSW - Central
maintain excellent soil fertility - to increase life in the soil, improve $440.00
                                                                                    West
crop and pasture quality and quantity. This method of soil fertility
building will set a soil up for building humus levels, improve water
use in dryland and irrigation and improve drought tolerance.
Current control options for internal parasites (worms) in the
Australian Sheep Industry is not sustainable as it places too much
emphasis on the chemical control options rather than taking a
holistic approach. This has resulted in strong selection for drench
resistance in the parasite populations. In order to reduce the
uneccessary strong selection pressure on the work populations                     WA - Avon, South
                                                                        $275.00
whilst protecting the sheep population. It is essential that individual           West, Swan
sheep farmers base their worm control on actual monitoring of their
sheep mobs. This one day course does two thing. Increase farmer
understanding of thre biology and how to integrate this in farm
business management. Secondly trains them to do the worm egg
counts (WEC) as a measure of the sheep worm burden.


Strategic information to guide owners/managers through steps to
develop risk management strategies and long-term sustainability
plans in their use of pest management techniques for the          $425.00         WA
production of food and fibre and for natural resource management.
Two-day programme providing ChemCert WA accreditation


Managing Crop Risk by Monitoring Soil Moisture - 1 DAY
WORKSHOP is an intensive 1 Day workshop for broad acre croppers
that examines the basics of water and its relationship with soils and
crops. The workshops demonstrate technologies for monitoring soil $330.00         National
moisture and conclude by providing land managers with the skills to
optimise post emergent nutrition and grain marketing decisions
based on soil moisture reserves and forecast crop demand.


Land Owners have significant opportunities under the carbon
pollution reduction scheme. Agriculture in past decades has suffered
a multitude of problems from low profitability to constraints over
                                                                     $770.00      National
the development of your assets imposed by governments. These
workshops seek to provide land owners with an understanding of
the market and legislative framework of this new industry.

Land Owners have significant opportunities under the carbon
pollution reduction scheme. Agriculture in past decades has suffered
a multitude of problems from low profitability to constraints over
the development of your assets imposed by governments.
These workshops seek to provide land owners with an                  $770.00      National
understanding of their assets ability to meet the market within a
carbon trading environment. Lastly the legislative and financial
considerations in moving their assets to meet the market under the
carbon pollution reduction scheme.
Primary producers will undertake benchmarking to determine their
business performance for the previous 12 months, identify strategic
                                                                    $770.00        SA
issues for the business and determine key actions to improve their
businesses resilience to climate change for the coming 12 months.

Strategic information to guide owners/managers through steps to
develop risk management strategies and long-term sustainability
plans in their use of pest management techniques for the          $425.00          WA - South West
production of food and fibre and for natural resource management.
Two-day programme providing ChemCert WA accreditation

Workshop for experienced mushroom growers that will update on
                                                                                   South East
national and international trends and innovations on production $950.00
                                                                                   Queensland
methods and environmental issues affecting mushroom businesses.

A workshop focused on off and on farm diversification, what can be                 NSW - Southern
done, choosing the best options and developing and                 $340.00         Rivers, VIC, SA -
implementation of system changes.                                                  Northern & Yorke


Three-hours, classroom & field. Regenerative Soil Management
increases fertility & contains cost by focusing on the three main
aspects of soil development:
1) Chemical - managing nutrients, fertilisers & amendments;
2) Physical - structure, compaction, water retention;
Biological - supporting soil life to maximise the transformation of
                                                                         $165.00   National
nutrients & enhance soil structure.
Modern industrial farming focuses mainly on the first & somewhat
on the the second. Yet the biological life in the soil cycles 90-99% of
nutrients to maintain soil fertility, soil structure, & plant nutrition.
Understanding how to work with & support this biological life is the
key to successful soil management.


Supervision Skills Training is a 2 day course for persons recently
appointed or about to be appointed as managers, supervisors,
leading heads or foremen, as well as those who have been in these
positions for some time and would like to improve their people and
time management skills. It is designed to train people in the        $990.00       National
following areas:- Time management, Delegation, Establishing people
as "People Managers", Developing "results-oriented" employees,
How to develop team work, Coaching & Counselling, Disciplining,
Praising, Conducting Staff Appraisals, Occupational Health & Safety,
Setting Objectives.
Development of a successful and productive animal health
production system is the focus of the 4 day Managing Beef Health
workshop. Course provides systematic understanding of beef cattle
diseases including parasites, as well as fertility and calving issues in a             VIC - East
group discussion format to ensure direct practical relevance to your                   Gippsland, Glenelg
enterprise. Supported by full colour illustrated notes farmers find a                  Hopkins, Mallee,
                                                                           $1,400.00
valuable ongoing resource. Recognizing and adopting timely                             North East, West
management systems to prevent disease or infertility which lead to                     Gippsland,
mortalities, economic loss and or animal welfare issues are key                        Wimmera
features of the program. This program assist producers develop a
pathway for the management of animal health under changing
climatic conditions.


Strategic information to guide owners/managers through steps to
develop risk management strategies and long-term sustainability
plans in their use of pest management techniques for the          $425.00              WA
production of food and fibre and for natural resource management.
Two-day programme providing ChemCert WA accreditation.

This course provides an in-depth business performance review using
a brand new benchmarking tool that has been purpose built for
cropping and livestock businesses. Once the data has been collected,
each business will receive a report back session to discuss the
                                                                                       SA - Northern &
outputs and results. The group will then discuss and share learnings
                                                                     $990.00           York, SA Murray
and observations to formulate action plans for the next twelve
                                                                                       Darling Basin
months. This course is ideally suited to cropping and mixed
enterprise operators and managers who take a keen interest in
measuring and monitoring performance to determine future
strategies.
This seminar is the perfect introduction to soil carbon - the
opportunities for land managers to profit by restoring their soil
carbon and bringing the farm ecology back into balance. Your
questions answered: What is carbon farming? Carbon markets for
agriculture? Can YOU take part? What are soil credits? Who would
                                                                      $145.00          NSW
buy them? What is your carbon footprint? What is your Carbon Sink
potential?
You will learn... How trading schemes operate; Your responsibilities;
Risks for all parties; Price potentials; How Carbon Calculators work;
How Carbon is measured.
This course aims to provide participants with the skills and
knowledge to understand the impact of climate variability/change
on their farming system and to develop strategies which will enable                NSW - Lachlan,
them to implement flexible profitable management strategies on                     Murrumbidgee,
their farms.                                                                       Southern Rivers;
This will consist of a 2 day course with                                           VIC - Glenelg
Day 1 - A visit to successful farmers in an environment that is likely $1,100.00   Hopkins, North
to represent the future growing conditions of the course                           Central, North
participants.                                                                      East; SA - Adelaide
Day 2 - A workshop to discuss results of detailed modelling of the                 & Mt Lofty Range,
current farming systems, the practical implications of the issues                  South East.
raised in modelling and crop management packages and building
flexibility in a changing environment.
Strategic information to guide owners/managers through steps to
develop risk management strategies and long-term sustainability
plans in their use of pest management techniques for the          $425.00          WA
production of food and fibre and for natural resource management.
Two-day programme providing ChemCert WA accreditation



Module 1 looks at the climate risks and opportunities you are faced
with in your region. Local rainfall and temperature trends will be
explored in detail. You will be able to discuss other concerns like
temperature and rainfall extremes. If frost is an issue we will show
                                                                      $100.00      National
you the latest data in frost risk management and how to minimise
frost on your farm. You will be asked to interpret local rainfall and
climate information and what it means for your enterprise. You will
better understand the various climate change projections that may
affect your farm business.. You will receive one of four books and
access to monthly seasonal climate outlook newsletters.


Module 2 explores in detail weather and climate activities relevant
to your enterprise. The weather drivers include a detailed look at
clounds and how to read weather to know how much rain to expect.
You will also understand the systems that drive the weather such as
sea surface temperatures and atmospheric conditions (climate $100.00               National
dirvers) You will look at what makes up a weather and seasonal
forecast and how to use forecasts and when to ignore them. You
will see how to use a weather forecasts for spraying and other
decisions and look at seasonal outlooks and their use for business
decisions. You will receive one of four books and access to monthly
seasonal climate outlook newsletters.
Module 3 will describe the decision support tools relevant to key
climate risks of the local area. Use the relevant decision support
tools to help make climate risk management decisions at a local
level. There are varying tools for grains, livestock, horticultural,
viticultural and other industries. The tools make better use of
seasonal outlooks and local conditions to support management           $100.00   National
decisions on your farm. You will be provided better access to the
best available tools and services to your region and be able to
maximise profits in good seasons and minimise and losses in the
bad. You will receive one of four books and access to monthly
seasonal climate outlook newsletters.




In Module 4, you will acknowledge the original the key climate risk
and change events and their impact on your indisury industry. We
will discuss and formulate tactical and strategic management
strategies to reduce the impact these climate risk and change events
                                                                     $100.00     National
have on your farming businesses. You will prepare a plan to carry
out perventative action to reduce the impact of thee events. The
plan will include trigger points and bench marks of when to put
these managemetn practices in place. We will plan to review these
strategies in years to come. You will receive one of four books and
access to monthly seasonal climate outlook newsletters.


This1.5 hr session is available if you have already attended the full
day course or some of the modules. This session includes relevant
local information tailored to your needs and includes : updates on
the seasonal climate outlook and forecasts, when to use them and
when to ignore them; insights into latest climate variability concerns $100.00   National
like heat waves and rain trends, projections and concerns; facilitated
discussion on current management strategies for the season and
future options for your enterprise and any latest outcomes from
climate research. Attendees of this short session will continue to be
provided free access to our monthly seasonal outlook newsletters
and will take home any latest materials available.

Training in the development and implementation of an international
standard Environmental Management System (ISO14001:2004)
using an innovative, user-friendly online web based platform.
                                                                      $695.00    National
Outling the role of an EMS in managing the challenges associated
with climate change. This is to ensure the Australian Turf Production
Industry creates sustainable and strategic environmental
management practices in the face of changing climatic conditions.
Training in the development and implementation of an international
standard Environmental Management System (ISO14001:2004)
using an innovative, user-friendly online web based platform.
Outling the role of an EMS in managing the challenges associated
with climate change. This is to ensure the Australian Wine Industry $695.00          National
creates sustainable and strategic environmental management
practises in the face of changing climatic conditions. This program
satfies the requirements of the national industry standards,
including Freshcare certification requirements.
This course prepares experienced primary producers managing their
own businesss and Indigenous land managers for roles and
responsibilities of members of boards of directors or management
committees and roles and responsibilities of senior officers of
                                                                  $505.00            NSW
incorporated organisations. It provides a general introduction to
legal duties of board members and senior officers, and offers
guidance on meeting those duties.


An onfarm workshop to ensure spray applicators apply their
knowledge to fine tune and check spray equipment, to ensure
                                                                                     NSW, VIC, QLD, SA,
accurate, efficient spray application. It will include nozzle selection,   $440.00
                                                                                     TAS, ACT
calibration, speed, pressure and setting the rate controller
considering weather conditions, potential drift and buffer zones.


This intensive 3 day workshop deals with what to do for soils
suffering from normal to extreme nutrient deficiencies or excesses.
The workshop will also provide a greater understanding of the
principles and methods developed by Professer William Albrecht.
                                                                                     VIC - Mallee, North
his system of soil fertility helps to correct, build and maintain        $700.00
                                                                                     Central, Wimmera
excellent soil fertility- to increase the life in the soil, improve crop
quality and increase yields. Providing better nutrition for each crop
by coreecting soil fertility needs will set it up for building humus /
                         
organic carbon levels, improving water use efficiency and improving
drought tolerance.
Using Money Manager budgeting software which automatically links
to their MYOB data, the course will assist primary producers to use
their current financial data, to then create Profit & Loss, Balance
                                                                                     Victoria - Mallee,
Sheet & Cashflow forecasts, for up to 5 years in the future. This will
                                                                       $825.00       North Central,
take into account all projected trading income and expenses, as well
                                                                                     Wimmera
as purchases of capital items, loan repayments, and any taxation
implications. Budgets can also be prepared on an enterprise, or crop
basis.
The course will assist primary producers to gain the maximum
potential out of their PAM QA Plus Farm Management Software,                     Victoria - Mallee,
with the focus being on accurate record keeping and data entry       $825.00     North Central,
techniques, to then assist with preparing forward plans and budgets,             Wimmera
based on a number of different variables and scenarios

Using MYOB Accounting software, the course will assist primary
producers to set up their accounting system based on their
enterprise type, and accurately record all business transactions.                Victoria - Mallee,
After recording all business tranasactions, the user will then be able $825.00   North Central,
to Prepare accurate Balance Sheet, Profit & Loss Statements, GST                 Wimmera
Reports, and other associated financial reports, which will assist
them to monitor past activities and plan for future activities.

The GPS / GIS Training workshop is a one day program aimed at land
managers who are developing whole of property plans. The
workshop teaches multiple levels of GPS usage, including basic setup
and usage, uploading and downloading of data to computer
software and strategic use of ground truthing to increase resource
use efficiency. It demonstrates the linkages to the higher level
computerised mapping and planning software. You will learn about $660.00         National
basic GPS software programs and compatibility of GPS. If you
already have a GPS, you will learn how to best utilise your GPS to
measure areas and distances, ground truth and establish water
circles. You will also learn the benefits and limitations of each GPS
and get excited about using the GPS as a property planning tool in
the future.


The Computerised Property Planning workshop is a one day program
aimed at land managers who are developing whole of property
plans. The workshop demonstrates the importance of using
technology such as computerised planning and GPS to design the
most effective property layout, to manage for climate change. You
will learn about various software programs, their benefits and
                                                                     $660.00     National
limitations, and be ready to choose a program by days end. If you
already have a program, you will learn how to best utilise your
software to develop the ideal plan, then cost it out, and generate a
cost benefit for development. You will also learn about walking
distances (circles of utilisation), GPS capability, and get excited
about the potential for the future.
                                                                                  VIC - Corangamite,
A workshop focussed on identifying market opportunities, source                   Glenelg Hopkins,
relevant information, development of marketing plans and risk           $340.00   Goulbourn Broken,
management associated to market direction.                                        Mallee, North
                                                                                  Central, Wimmera


The ISO 14001 International Environmental Management System
                                                                                  NSW - Hawkesbury-
training is designed to explain the methodology of setting up,
                                                                                  Nepean, Hunter-
implementing and maintaining an Environmental Management
                                                                                  Central Rivers,
System in compliance with the requirements of the International
                                                                                  Lachlan, Lower
ISO14001 standard.
                                                                                  Murray Darling,
The course will ensure participants are able to determine their
                                                                                  Murray,
Environmental Impacts and develop, implement and maintain an            $595.00
                                                                                  Murrumbidgee,
Environmental Management System to address these. A self
                                                                                  Namoi, Sydney
assessment tool is provided to enable participants to improve the
                                                                                  Metro; VIC, QLD,
efficiency of their Management Systems.
                                                                                  WA, SA, Tas -
The course is conducted in an interactive workshop format with all
                                                                                  North, South; NT,
materials provided and a certificate of attendance provided upon
                                                                                  ACT
completion.

The EnviroCert Environmental Management Course for small and
                                                                                  NSW - Hawkesbury-
medium sized businesses is designed to equip members of the
                                                                                  Nepean, Hunter-
Farming Industry with the skills and knowledge to reduce liabilities,
                                                                                  Central Rivers,
increase process efficiency and improve environmental
                                                                                  Lachlan, Lower
performance.
                                                                                  Murray Darling,
The course will ensure participants are able to determine their
                                                                                  Murray,
Environmental Impacts and develop, implement and maintain an            $595.00
                                                                                  Murrumbidgee,
Environmental Management System to address these. A self
                                                                                  Namoi, Sydney
assessment tool is provided to enable participants to improve the
                                                                                  Metro; VIC, QLD,
efficiency of their Management Systems.
                                                                                  WA, SA, Tas -
The course is conducted in an interactive workshop format with all
                                                                                  North, South; NT,
materials provided and a certificate of attendance provided upon
                                                                                  ACT
completion.
In this 5 day course you will learn the theory of Permaculture
Earthworks, including site design, soil evaluation, surveying and
directing earth-moving machines to build damsn, swales, terraces,
earth banks, drains, gabions, and other features. In addition to re-
hydrating and drought proofing landscape, well designed earthworks
are perfect features for planting trees and caring for livestock. You $1,100.00   National
will learn from Geoff Lawton, Managing Director of The
Permaculture Research Institute, how to plan and execute long
lasting, well-built earthworks. The course includes an on-site
demonstration of dam and swale construction on Geoff's 66 acre
farm, The Permaculture Research Institute, The Channon, NSW.


Permaculture is a science of planning and creating agriculturally
productive and profitable enterprises that adhere to ethical
responsibilities of caring for land and people. The 72 hour
certification course, taught and practices in over 130 countries, is a
14 day on-location intensive. It includes sustainable grazing and
croping, business and community planning, ecological restoration, $2,200.00       National
earth works, and water management. Participants will learn a
complete method of strategic design for use on personal projects or
to offer as consultation to others. They will understand and be able
to give practical solutions for soil erosion and degradation, drought,
flood and climate change.


eFarmer' is a web-based whooe farm planning and catchment
management tool. This course guides the landholder through the
process of mapping their property using theis application. There are $750.00      Vic
no on-going costs associated with the application and landholders
are able to access and modify their property details as required.

Family business members understand everyone's expectations and
concerns regarding the business particularly in terms of succession,
management and/or ownership transition. All family and business
members develop a clear understanding of the business's current
                                                                     $997.00      National
financial position and future opportunities and possible impacts on
the business viability. Develop a joint plan on how the family
business wish to move forward. Delivered as a family business
workshop on demand.
Establishment pests such as redheaded pasture cockchafer,
whitefringed weevil and redlegged earth mites have become far
more serious pests of pasture, crops and horticulture as a result of
climate change. This course offers farmers affected by these pests
                                                                     $530.00     National
(mainly graziers and potato growers) the means to deal with these
pests without insecticides. However, the approach using IPM can be
applied to all crops and the IPM approach can deal with any farming
situation.


A valuable advanced refresher programme for Western Australian
grain growers. As well as updating growers in the many legislative
and best practice changes in chemical use that have occurred since
their last training, the programme provides farmers with the latest
information to improve their application techniques, critical steps to
risk proof their businesses, and tactics put in long-term
environmental sustainability plans. Additional, optional Livestock     $299.00   WA
Module for those growers who also run livestock. Completion of the
programme demonstrates to overseas and local markets that
growers are maintaining their competency and updating their skills
by regular professional development. One-day programme to
maintain ChemCert WA accreditation for a further 5 years and
where applicable meet grower Quality Assurance Programme needs.


Organisational Policy including Health and Safety, Induction
Procedures Conditions of Employment, Code of Conduct, Staff
Disciplinary Procedures, Dispute Resolution and Grievance            $750.00     WA, SA
Procedures and Sexual Harassment policy towards the further
development of Organisational Policy and Procedures Manual.

The 2 day Money Making Mums workshop teaches producers how
to evaluate the economic return on investment from improved
maternal genetics, compare different systems for sourcing ewes
                                                                     $550.00     Vic
(self-replacing, buying in and contract breeding) and establish a
management environment so that genetic improvements can be
realized to ensure sustainable genetic improvement on farm.
Practical Carbon Farming aims to equip the farmer with skills to
develop their own Carbon Farm Plan. Using the unique Soil Carbon
Optimizer Tool (SCOT), farmers will be guided through the entire list
of options for increasing soil carbon and taught how to mix and
match them to develop their own carbon farm plan - selecting the
techniques which best suit their area and their farming system. The $550.00     National
fundamentals of each option are presented, including weaknesses
and strenghts. This information is based on the latest science and
best practice from the field. The main activity involves building the
Plan and instructing the participant in how to prepare for trading soil
carbon offsets.

Participants will develop the skills and confidence to organise and
display spacial data. They will explore the concepts involved in farm $990.00   WA
infrastructure planning and recording.


The Nutrition EDGE is a workshop designed for northern Australian
beef producers to build knowledge, skill and capacity to maximise
production through effective management of the feedbase with
animal requirements. Completion of this workshop provides an
                                                                                QLD, NT, WA -
understanding of pasture growth, maximising quality and matching
                                                                                Avon Northern
feed demand with supply in variable climatic seasons. The workshop $1,620.00
                                                                                Agricultural,
also provides beef producers with the tools available to manage
                                                                                Rangelands
pasture condition, improve the consistency of utilising the existing
feedbase and enhance diet quality to provide optimal nutrition for
livestock. The workshop format consists of a three day interactive
workshop and practical sessions in the paddock.


The Breeding EDGE is a workshop designed for northern Australian
beef producers to build knowledge and skills to develop a breeding
program that maximises production in particular environments.                   QLD, NT, WA -
Completion of this workshop provides an understanding of how to                 Avon Northern
                                                                    $1,620.00
best use genetic and reproductive technologies, to achieve desired              Agricultural,
production targets under variable environmental and climatic                    Rangelands
conditions. The workshop format consists of a three day interactive
workshop and practical sessions.
This three day workshop uses both practical and theory sessions to
show producers and agribusines partners how they can apply the
latest breeding, nutrition and marketing research to generate a
more productive and profitable herd. The Feeder Steer School is a
very ‘hands-on’ experience. It gives commercial cattle breeders,
steer traders and lotfeeders access to some of the beef industry’s             NSW - Border
                                                                    $850.00
leading experts. Participants at the school learn the advantages of            Rivers-Gwydir
producing feeder steers as a climate change / risk management tool.
As well they are provided information to prepare cattle to minimise
health problems and maximise market suitability. Industry leaders
explain how to use breeds, BREEDPLAN and gene marker technology
to ensure on-going genetic improvement.


A one-day interactive course providing the information and tools to
understand the planning, certification and management processes
involved in organic dairy production. The course includes farm-
specific activities to enable the decision-making process to be well $495.00   National
structured and clearly understood. The program also leads to a more
in-depth planning and marketing course: Organic Dairy - Making the
Transition.

An Online course in an eLearning format providing the information
and tools to understand the planning, certification and management
processes involved in organic dairy production. The course includes
farm-specific activities to enable the decision making process to be $198.00   National
well structured and clearly understood. The program also leads in to
a more in-depth planning and marketing course Organic Dairy -
Making the transition".

An Online course in an eLearning format providing the information
and tools to understand the planning, certification and management $198.00     National
processes involved in organic production.


                                                                    $330.00    NSW, VIC
This workshop offers a comprehensive review of how precision
agriculture technologies, software and techniques can be used to
improve input efficiency and manage paddock records. Providing
clear processes of how farmers can respond to rising input prices by
matching inputs with crop/soil demands.
                                                                       $330.00    National
Topics covered include: getting started with site specific crop
management, utilising yield data, Farmworks software (virtual tour),
conducting on-farm trials and management of electronic farm
records.



The course “Adapting for Climate Change” enhances the capacity of
farmers and agri-business to manage climate risks caused by climate
variability and climate change. It is delivered by principal scientist
Dr Jeff Clewett who has 40 years experience in agricultural                       QLD, NSW - Border
climatology and is the lead author of Australian Rainman. This one-               Rivers-Gwdir,
day interactive workshop considers: the science of climate change                 Central west,
                                                                       $440.00
due to greenhouse gases, projections of global warming on global                  Hunter-Central
and local climates, and likely impacts on the environment and                     Rivers, Namoi,
agriculture using locally relevant case studies. Key discussions                  Northern Rivers.
concern vulnerability, uncertainty, options, and strategies for
managing water, crops, pastures and livestock.


Indigenous Land Managers have significant opportunities under the
carbon polution reduction scheme. Traditional Owners in past
decades has suffered a multitude of problems from low profitability $1,100.00     National
to constraints over the development of assets imposed by
governments.

This course will enable participants to gain an understanding in
preparing and forecasting cash flow projections. It involves an
integration of forecasted climate change predictions coupled with
each business’s core driving factors.
                                                                                  NSW - Border
This entails learning where to find relevant information and applying
                                                                                  Rivers-Gwydir,
into cash flow forecasting budgets. These include livestock           $1,375.00
                                                                                  Northern Rivers,
schedules, direct, capital & operating expenses, projected income
                                                                                  QLD
and finance requirements. Detailed forecasting can be achieved that
will allow participants to capture increased production through early
planning. Course will be delivered at one of our offices throughout
Queensland.
 The course is designed to inform farmers about climate change and
how to apply new technologies(e.g. biochar) and management
practices to provide adaptation and mitigation options that will
increase resilience and farm profit. The course consists of one day in
the classroom at Byron Bay on the science of climate change, how it
affects Australia's climate and regional climate; how it can affect the
farm and how new adaptation and mitigation techniques can help                    NSW - Northern
                                                                        $650.00
different types of farming practices. Information on the Emissions                Rivers
Trading Scheme and how it can affect agriculture and horticulture
will be presented; as well as how to develop agricultural carbon
markets and green markets. How farms can link renewable energy
generation to carbon sinks, improve crop growth, water retention
and reduce fertiliser usage. How to carry out an "on-farm" carbon
audit.



Designed specifically for the fresh produce industry, the Freshcare
Food Safety and Quality Program uses tools such as risk assessment,
hazard analysis critical control point (HACCP) and prescribed good
agricultural practice (GAP) to identify and manage food safety and
quality risks on farm. The newly released Freschcare Food Safety
and Quality Code of Practice - 3rd Edition - July 2009, provides an
innovative and practical set of tools to effectively guide growers
through a risk based on-farm assurance process. The Code provides
                                                                    $890.00       National
an internationally recognised, auditable (3rd party) standard
through which Australian growers can provide customers and the
wider community with clear assurance of compliance to both food
safety and quality requirements. Freshcare is an industry owned on-
farm assurance program for the Australian fresh produce industry.
The Freshcare Program covers food safety and quality,
environmental assurance, occupational health and safety, and
biosecurity through a set of individual, yet complimentary codes.
Feeding, Breeding and Crop management. The aim of running a
livestock enterprise is to convert feed into saleable animals
profitability. Similarly a croppring program is to convert sunlight,
water and seed into crop however both enterprises require
elements to risk. These workshops help primary producers with
providing farm management planning tools to show where the
                                                                        $1,500.00     QLD
business is and how to make necessary changes. If there are
shortages in cash, if there are alternative crops or methods, new
nutrition programs, climate changes, risk plans etc all need farm
management plans to show worthiness. Some need additional
finance, and financiers too would like to see budgets to show
returns on investment and how risky the operation is.


Feeding, Breeding and Crop management. The aim of running a
livestock enterprise is to convert feed into saleable animals
profitability. Similarly a croppring program is to convert sunlight,
water and seed into crop however both enterprises require
                                                                                      QLD - Border River
elements to risk. These workshops help primary producers with
                                                                                      Maranoa-Balonne,
providing farm management planning tools to show where the
                                                                        $1,500.00     Condamine,
business is and how to make necessary changes. If there are
                                                                                      Fitzroy, South East
shortages in cash, if there are alternative crops or methods, new
                                                                                      Queensland
nutrition programs, climate changes, risk plans etc all need farm
management plans to show worthiness. Some need additional
finance, and financiers too would like to see budgets to show
returns on investment and how risky the operation is.


This program takes a challenging future look at agriculture. It moves
from a global view pf world resources and world population, to an
individual farm view of the interconnectedness of our ecosystem
and our relationship with it. This includes professionally presented
material on claimate variability. The program develops principles for
regenrative agriculture as well as prinsiples for profitability; and also
                                                                          $1,595.00   National
considers a different approach to the use of natural energy,
including human energy. It runs for 3 consecutive days and is
designed as a typa of think-tank workshop with participants
contributing to future possibilities for the use of our own landscape
and your own businesses. It is intended to challenge and create new
though patterns for the participants.
A valuable advanced refresher programme for Western Australian
grain growers. As well as updating growers in the many legislative
and best practice changes in chemical use that have occurred since
their last training, the programme provides farmers with the latest
information to improve their application techniques, critical steps to
risk proof their businesses, and tactics put in place long-term
environmental sustainability plans. Additional, optional Livestock     $310.00     WA
Module for those growers who also run livestock. Completion of the
programme demonstrates to overseas and local markets that
growers are maintaining their competency and upgrading their skills
by regular professional development. One-day programme to
maintain ChemCert WA accreditation for a further 5 years and
where applicable meet grower Quality Assurance Programme needs.


This interactive introductory one-day, face-to-face workshop
provides farming enterprises information on the complexities of
business continuance, helping form a successful succession plan for
future generations and business. Handy hints, ideas, helpful
                                                                         $350.00   QLD
concepts and practical tools are all included, offering practical advice
to use in your everyday business. After workshop completion,
continual advice and guidance is available to help individual
enterprises to complete a successful succession plan.

This course will enable participants to understand Climate change
influences on current and future business performance. Document
current business situation & components, analyse historical business
                                                                                   NSW - Border
performance, forecast future business performance and
                                                                                   Rivers-Gwydir,
requirements, identify business and personal SWOT (Strengths,        $1,375.00
                                                                                   Northern Rivers,
Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats) and use SWOT as a tool for
                                                                                   QLD
business and personal planning.
Course will be delivered at one of our offices throughout
Queensland.
This course will enable landholders to undertake an objective
                                                                                   NSW - Border
assessment of the true financial and productive performance for a
                                                                                   Rivers-Gwydir,
given period of their rural business.                                  $1,375.00
                                                                                   Northern Rivers,
Course will be delivered at one of our offices throughout
                                                                                   QLD
Queensland.
A one day course for the grape and wine industry on identification
of grapevines, or Ampelography, with a particular focus on
nontraditional, or new, varieties. This hands on workshop looks at
the morphological vine parts - key descriptors - used to discriminate
between the main 20 to 25 grapevine varieties of interest plus
potential new varieties to the region or the participants. Key                   NSW - Lower
phenological and agronomic information on some new varieties is                  Murray Darling,
also given. Under the current economic and climate change              $410.00   VIC - Mallee, WA -
pressures facing the industry, the need for matching or replanting               South West, SA-
suitable and correctly identified varieties for the climate and market           Northern & Yorke
are critical.
 An initial powerpoint presentation is followed with field work using
a nearby variety block.
Discounts may apply.


Introduction to Financial Information for Directors will
familiarisenyou with financial systems, showing you how to read
them, interpret them and fulfil your statutory duties as director.
The ability to interpret financial statements as a director and not    $350.00   National
rely on the advice of your accountant is an essential skill in meeting
your statutory obligations as a director and managing the financial
health of your organisation.


Are you confident in reaching an opinion on a companies financial
results? Are your cash flows appropriate for your industry? Are you
aware of important indicators to observe in overseeing the financial
management of your organisation?
The ability to question and investigate specific indicators of
performance and well-being within your company is a critical skill   $350.00     National
required to successfully direct the financial health of your
organisation.
Assessing Financial Performance for Directors establishes an
understanding of how to assess financial performance using a range
of analytical methods and non-financial indicators.
What is Strategy? The introduction to the Strategic Role of the
Director course will help provide a more effective interface between
the board and management with respect to setting the strategic
direction of an organisation.
Strategy is at times not well understood and often addressed just
once a year. Decisions are commonly made without a clear
                                                                     $351.00    National
understanding of the strategic inplications to an organisation. What
are the risks? Is this decision aligned with mission and values?
Introduction to the Strategic Role of the Director is designed to
establish a core understanding of what strategy is, what is themost
effective interface with management and how it is created and
monitired.


The Risk: Issues for Directors course will provide an introduction to
the director's role in risk oversight and monitoring. The course
focuses on the director's knowledge of risk for the organisation and
the monitoring of management's assessment and treatment of risk.
What are the risks your organisation is facing and how comfortable $352.00      National
are you that they are being managed appropriately?
Evaluate how much are you giving to the director's role in risk and
the board's responsibility. Do you have clarity of your role in regard
to risk? Are you being side tracked into management issues?




Owners and managers involved in food and fibre production need to
stay abreast of rapidly changing requirements relating to chemical
use in their businesses so they can examine how such changes can
be turned to business advantage. This refresher programme guides
farmers through the implications of changes to chemical use best
practice and legislative requirements on their businesses since their
last training, the consequences of other changes such as climate,
new weed-growth patterns and market issues, and provides a
                                                                      $299.00   WA
practical framework for long-term sustainability plans. The
programme offers an opportunity for robust discussion and
information-sharing. Completion of the programme demonstrates to
overseas and local markets that growers are maintaining their
competency and upgrading their skills by regular professional
development. One-day programme to maintain ChemCert WA
accreditation for a further 5 years and where applicable meet
grower Quality Assurance Programme needs.
They forgot to teach us at school about making money and dealing
with life's challenges. Especially during this time of great change for
Farmers and Business people - a period of economic crisis and
uncertainty. Therefore you MUST and CAN create your own FUTURE                      VIC - Goulbourn
NOW. This course will give you skills you will never forget. It will    $200.00     Broken, North
guide you along the Pathway to Profit in Business and in Life. Update               Central, North East
thinking - create mindset for success; Take right actions - deliver
performance; Unlock cashflow and potential; Understand debt;
Secrets of wealth

Leasing land is an excellent way of expanding the farming operation
without the high capital requirements of land ownership. Paying
excessive lease rental however is a sure recipe for sending the
business broke.
                                                                          $550.00   National
The principles of profitable farm leasing workshop will provide
participants with the skills and tools necessary to assess land leasing
opportunities and the ability to place an economic value on a lease
after accounting for the volatility and risk in generating returns.



Sustainable Farm Planning and Management - Module 1 - Cropping
Participants will develop the skills and confidence to set up and
enter data required to allow recording of what happens by paddock
or area on a seasonal basis. From this, detailed reporting can be
obtained providing information to reveal which areas are viable and $550.00         WA
sustainable, plan for diversification and plan for management of
land care issues, climate change and market implications, whilst
remaining viable.




The Mikhail System course is designed to help you manage your
farm intelligently achieving optimum yields from your farm. The
Mikhail System will help you to understand how to balance your soil,
Cations and Microbial content in your soil. This will help you to cope
with the implications of climate variability and climate change. You
will be able to manage and plan for sustainable use of your soil in a
changing and unpredictable climate. On completion of the cpourse $990.00            National
you would be able to make key decisions independent of sales
people and product suppliers. You will understand: the overall
measure of soil balance; the individual measures of soil carbon,
nutrient and microbial balance; how to best amend your soil and
optimise productivity; the most effective ways for optimum water
retention in the soil.
Designed specifically for the fresh produce industry, the Freshcare
Food Safety and Quality Program uses tools such as risk assessment,
hazard analysis critical control point (HACCP) and prescribed good
                                                                    $891.00        National
agricultural practice (GAP) to identify and manage food safety and
quality risks on farm.



A valuable advanced refresher programme for Western Australian
grain growers. As well as updating growers in the many legislative
and best practice changes in chemical use that have occurred since
their last training, the programme provides farmers with the latest
information to improve their application techniques, critical steps to
risk proof their businesses, and tactics put in place long-term
environmental sustainability plans. Additional, optional Livestock     $299.00     WA
Module for those growers who also run livestock. Completion of the
programme demonstrates to overseas and local markets that
growers are maintaining their competency and upgrading their skills
by regular professional development. One-day programme to
maintain ChemCert WA accreditation for a further 5 years and
where applicable meet grower Quality Assurance Programme needs.


Prograze assists producers to gain better results from pastures,
livestock and improved resource management. It is a program that
teaches producers to assess animal and pasture productivity, set
production targets for their business, budget the inputs needed to
                                                                       $1,500.00   National
reach their targets and monitor the impacts of the changes.
Integration of management activities, optimising the use of
resources available and increasing the sustainability of the farming
system are key features of Prograze.

The training aims to improve the capacity of irrigation farmers to
adapt their on-farm operations to reduced water availability, a
major impact of climate change. The course covers the economics,
technical and managerial aspects of Centre Pivot and Lateral Move      $450.00     National
irrigation systems. The course is suitable for farmers looking at
conversion of surface irrigation systems to CPLM and existing users
seeking more technical information.
Designed for the fresh produce industry, the Freshcare Food Safety
and Quality Program uses tools such as risk assessment, hazard
analysis critical control point (HACCP) and prescribed good
agricultural practice (GAP) to identify and manage food safety and
quality risks on farm.

The Freshcare Food Safety and Quality Code of Practice - 3rd Edition, $750.00   National
provides an innovative and practical set of tools to guide growers
through a risk based on-farm assurance process.

The Code provides an auditable (3rd party) standard through which
Australian growers can demonstrate compliance to both food safety
and quality requirements.


Designed for the fresh produce industry, the Freshcare Food Safety
and Quality Program uses tools such as risk assessment, hazard
analysis critical control point (HACCP) and prescribed good
agricultural practice (GAP) to identify and manage food safety and
quality risks on farm.

The Freshcare Food Safety and Quality Code of Practice - 3rd Edition, $660.00   NSW, VIC, QLD, SA
provides an innovative and practical set of tools to guide growers
through a risk based on-farm assurance process.

The Code provides an auditable (3rd party) standard through which
Australian growers can demonstrate compliance to both food safety
and quality requirements.


Designed for the fresh produce industry, the Freshcare Food Safety
and Quality Program uses tools such as risk assessment, hazard
                                                                                QLD - Border River
analysis critical control point (HACCP) and prescribed good
                                                                                Maranoa-Balonne,
agricultural practice (GAP) to identify and manage food safety and
                                                                                Burdekin, Burnett
quality risks on farm.
                                                                                Mary, Condamine,
                                                                                Fitzroy, Mackay
The Freshcare Food Safety and Quality Code of Practice - 3rd Edition, $715.00
                                                                                Whitsunday, South
provides an innovative and practical set of tools to guide growers
                                                                                East Queensland,
through a risk based on-farm assurance process.
                                                                                South West
                                                                                Queensland; NSW -
The Code provides an auditable (3rd party) standard through which
                                                                                Northern Rivers.
Australian growers can demonstrate compliance to both food safety
and quality requirements.
Designed for the fresh produce industry, the Freshcare Food Safety
and Quality Program uses tools such as risk assessment, hazard
analysis critical control point (HACCP) and prescribed good
agricultural practice (GAP) to identify and manage food safety and
quality risks on farm.

The Freshcare Food Safety and Quality Code of Practice - 3rd Edition, $990.00    National
provides an innovative and practical set of tools to guide growers
through a risk based on-farm assurance process.

The Code provides an auditable (3rd party) standard through which
Australian growers can demonstrate compliance to both food safety
and quality requirements.


Designed for the fresh produce industry, the Freshcare Food Safety
and Quality Program uses tools such as risk assessment, hazard
analysis critical control point (HACCP) and prescribed good
agricultural practice (GAP) to identify and manage food safety and
quality risks on farm.

The Freshcare Food Safety and Quality Code of Practice - 3rd Edition, $880.00    National
provides an innovative and practical set of tools to guide growers
through a risk based on-farm assurance process.

The Code provides an auditable (3rd party) standard through which
Australian growers can demonstrate compliance to both food safety
and quality requirements.


Training in the management, review and internal auditing of an
international standrad Environmental Management System
(ISO14001:12004) created using the e-par online web based
platform. Ensuring the turf facility's EMS is kept up to date with
regular reviews, revision and quality audits to address the challenges $695.00   National
associated with climate change. This is to ensure the Australian Turf
Production industry creates sustainable and strategic Turf Industry
creates sustainable and strategic environmental managment
practices in the face of changing climatic conditions.
Training in the management, review and internal auditing of an
internation standard Environmental Management System
(ISO14001:2004) created using the e-par online web based platform.
Ensuring the wine facility's EMS is kept up to date with regular
                                                                     $695.00     National
reviews and quality audits to address the challenges associated with
climate change. This is to ensure the Australian wine industry
creates sustainable and strategic environmental management
practices in the face of changing climatic conditions.

                                                                                 VIC - Corangamite,
                                                                                 East Gippsland,
                                                                                 Mallee, North
                                                                     $930.00     Central, North
                                                                                 Central, West
                                                                                 Gippsland,
                                                                                 Wimmera


A valuable advanced refresher programme for Western Australian
grain growers. As well as updating growers in the many legislative
and best practice changes in chemical use that have occurred since
their last training, the programme provides farmers with the latest
information to improve their application techniques, critical steps to
risk proof their businesses, and tactics put in place long-term
environmental sustainability plans. Additional, optional Livestock     $299.00   WA
Module for those growers who also run livestock. Completion of the
programme demonstrates to overseas and local markets that
growers are maintaining their competency and upgrading their skills
by regular professional development. One-day programme to
maintain ChemCert WA accreditation for a further 5 years and
where applicable meet grower Quality Assurance Programme needs.


                                                                                 NSW - Southern
                                                                                 Rivers, VIC -
                                                                                 Congramite,
A half day workshop introducing agricultural marketing with a breif
                                                                                 Glenelg Hopkins,
focus on identifying market opportunities, where to source relevant
                                                                    $140.00      Goulbourn Broken,
information, and investigating the risks associated to market
                                                                                 Mallee, North
direction.
                                                                                 Central, Wimmera,
                                                                                 SA - Northern &
                                                                                 Yorke
SFI's unique biological farming techniques for developing sustainabe
soil management practices. Biological methods have demonstrated
                                                                     $1,500.00   National
the improvement of soil structure, soil water retention and nutrient
cycling contributing to healthier plants and ecosystems.


One day training course delivering Freshcare On-farm Quality and
food safety (fresh produce) using the Freshcare Training manual
3rd Edition. Including HACCP. The manual contains an internal audit
check list which when completed takes the business to being audit
ready. A CD is supplied with the manual with recordording sheets $660.00         WA
and essential documents in electronic format including worked
examples. The trainer wherever possible makes a site visit to the
trainees work place. The trainer has his own orchard accredited to
both Freshcare systems food safety and environmental


Freshcare 'Transition Training' is designed to deliver the Freshcare
Food Safety and Quality Code of Practice - 3rd Edition to fresh
produce growers and grower/packers who have had some previous
                                                                                 QLD - Border River
experience of on-farm assurance programs (including earlier
                                                                                 Maranoa-Balonne,
versions of the Freshcare Code).
                                                                                 Burdekin, Burnett
                                                                                 Mary, Condamine,
The 'Transition Training' introduces the new requirements of the 3rd
                                                                                 Fitzroy, Mackay
Edition Freshcare Code of Practice, including risk assessments,      $715.00
                                                                                 Whitsunday, South
hazard analysis, control measures, verification and specific good
                                                                                 East Queensland,
management / agricultural practices (GMPs / GAPs).
                                                                                 South West
                                                                                 Queensland; NSW -
The Code provides an auditable (3rd party) standard through which
                                                                                 Northern Rivers.
Australian growers can demonstrate compliance to both food safety
and quality requirements.
Freshcare 'Transition Training' is designed to deliver the Freshcare
Food Safety and Quality Code of Practice - 3rd Edition to fresh
produce growers and grower/packers who have had some previous
experience of on-farm assurance programs (including earlier
versions of the Freshcare Code).

The 'Transition Training' introduces the new requirements of the 3rd
Edition Freshcare Code of Practice, including risk assessments,      $600.00      National
hazard analysis, control measures, verification and specific good
management / agricultural practices (GMPs / GAPs).

The Code provides an auditable (3rd party) standard through which
Australian growers can demonstrate compliance to both food safety
and quality requirements.


Designed for the fresh produce industry, the Freshcare Food Safety
and Quality Program uses tools such as risk assessment, hazard
analysis critical control point (HACCP) and prescribed good
agricultural practice (GAP) to identify and manage food safety and
quality risks on farm.

The Freshcare Food Safety and Quality Code of Practice - 3rd Edition,
                                                                      $1,500.00   NT
provides an innovative and practical set of tools to guide growers
through a risk based on-farm assurance process.

The Code provides an auditable (3rd party) standard through which
Australian growers can demonstrate compliance to both food safety
and quality requirements.


Have you ever thought “benchmarking – that is too hard for me!”,
then this course is for you! This course will change your thinking                SA - Adelaide & Mt
about benchmarking.                                                               Lofty Ranges, Eyre
                                                                                  Peninsula,
This course is designed as a first step for all agribusinesses wanting            Kangaroo Island,
to learn about benchmarking. It will provide the foundation for the $385.00       South East,
fundamentals of benchmarking and provide participants with the                    Northern & Yorke,
skills and confidence to gather their own data and review outputs. It             SA Murray Darling
is never too late for you to start benchmarking your business – why               Basin, SA Arid
not start this year?                                                              Lands



                                                                                  NSW, VIC, QLD,
awaiting new summary from C H-B                                        $770.00
                                                                                  TAS, ACT
Designed for the fresh produce industry, the Freshcare Food Safety
and Quality Program uses tools such as risk assessment, hazard
analysis critical control point (HACCP) and prescribed good
agricultural practice (GAP) to identify and manage food safety and
quality risks on farm.

The Freshcare Food Safety and Quality Code of Practice - 3rd Edition,
                                                                      $995.00   QLD, NT
provides an innovative and practical set of tools to guide growers
through a risk based on-farm assurance process.

The Code provides an auditable (3rd party) standard through which
Australian growers can demonstrate compliance to both food safety
and quality requirements.


Freshcare 'Transition Training' is designed to deliver the Freshcare
Food Safety and Quality Code of Practice - 3rd Edition to fresh
produce growers and grower/packers who have had some previous
experience of on-farm assurance programs (including earlier
versions of the Freshcare Code).

The 'Transition Training' introduces the new requirements of the 3rd
Edition Freshcare Code of Practice, including risk assessments,      $780.00    QLD, NT
hazard analysis, control measures, verification and specific good
management / agricultural practices (GMPs / GAPs).

The Code provides an auditable (3rd party) standard through which
Australian growers can demonstrate compliance to both food safety
and quality requirements.


Designed for the fresh produce industry, the Freshcare Food Safety
and Quality Program uses tools such as risk assessment, hazard
analysis critical control point (HACCP) and prescribed good
agricultural practice (GAP) to identify and manage food safety and
quality risks on farm.

The Freshcare Food Safety and Quality Code of Practice - 3rd Edition,           VIC, NSW - Murray,
                                                                      $900.00
provides an innovative and practical set of tools to guide growers              Murrumbidgee
through a risk based on-farm assurance process.

The Code provides an auditable (3rd party) standard through which
Australian growers can demonstrate compliance to both food safety
and quality requirements.
Freshcare 'Transition Training' is designed to deliver the Freshcare
Food Safety and Quality Code of Practice - 3rd Edition to fresh
produce growers and grower/packers who have had some previous
experience of on-farm assurance programs (including earlier
versions of the Freshcare Code).

The 'Transition Training' introduces the new requirements of the 3rd
                                                                               VIC, NSW - Murray,
Edition Freshcare Code of Practice, including risk assessments,      $650.00
                                                                               Murrumbidgee
hazard analysis, control measures, verification and specific good
management / agricultural practices (GMPs / GAPs).

The Code provides an auditable (3rd party) standard through which
Australian growers can demonstrate compliance to both food safety
and quality requirements.


Freshcare 'Transition Training' is designed to deliver the Freshcare
Food Safety and Quality Code of Practice - 3rd Edition to fresh
produce growers and grower/packers who have had some previous
experience of on-farm assurance programs (including earlier
versions of the Freshcare Code).

The 'Transition Training' introduces the new requirements of the 3rd
Edition Freshcare Code of Practice, including risk assessments,      $561.00   National
hazard analysis, control measures, verification and specific good
management / agricultural practices (GMPs / GAPs).

The Code provides an auditable (3rd party) standard through which
Australian growers can demonstrate compliance to both food safety
and quality requirements.
Freshcare 'Transition Training' is designed to deliver the Freshcare
Food Safety and Quality Code of Practice - 3rd Edition to fresh
produce growers and grower/packers who have had some previous
experience of on-farm assurance programs (including earlier
versions of the Freshcare Code).

The 'Transition Training' introduces the new requirements of the 3rd
Edition Freshcare Code of Practice, including risk assessments,      $550.00    National
hazard analysis, control measures, verification and specific good
management / agricultural practices (GMPs / GAPs).

The Code provides an auditable (3rd party) standard through which
Australian growers can demonstrate compliance to both food safety
and quality requirements.




Owners and managers involved in food and fibre production need to
stay abreast of rapidly changing requirements relating to chemical
use in their businesses so they can examine how such changes can
be turned to business advantage. This refresher programme guides
farmers through the implications of changes to chemical use best
practice and legislative requirements on their businesses since their
last training, the consequences of other changes such as climate,
new weed-growth patterns and market issues, and provides a
                                                                      $310.00   WA
practical framework for long-term sustainability plans. The
programme offers an opportunity for robust discussion and
information-sharing. Completion of the programme demonstrates to
overseas and local markets that growers are maintaining their
competency and upgrading their skills by regular professional
development. One-day programme to maintain ChemCert WA
accreditation for a further 5 years and where applicable meet
grower Quality Assurance Programme needs.
Owners and managers involved in food and fibre production need to
stay abreast of rapidly changing requirements relating to chemical
use in their businesses so they can examine how such changes can
be turned to business advantage. This refresher programme guides
farmers through the implications of changes to chemical use best
practice and legislative requirements on their businesses since their
last training, the consequences of other changes such as climate,
new weed-growth patterns and market issues, and provides a
                                                                      $299.00   WA - South West
practical framework for long-term sustainability plans. The
programme offers an opportunity for robust discussion and
information-sharing. Completion of the programme demonstrates to
overseas and local markets that growers are maintaining their
competency and upgrading their skills by regular professional
development. One-day programme to maintain ChemCert WA
accreditation for a further 5 years and where applicable meet
grower Quality Assurance Programme needs.


Freshcare 'Transition Training' is designed to deliver the Freshcare
Food Safety and Quality Code of Practice - 3rd Edition to fresh
produce growers and grower/packers who have had some previous
experience of on-farm assurance programs (including earlier
versions of the Freshcare Code).

The 'Transition Training' introduces the new requirements of the 3rd
Edition Freshcare Code of Practice, including risk assessments,      $650.00    National
hazard analysis, control measures, verification and specific good
management / agricultural practices (GMPs / GAPs).

The Code provides an auditable (3rd party) standard through which
Australian growers can demonstrate compliance to both food safety
and quality requirements.
Freshcare 'Transition Training' is designed to deliver the Freshcare
Food Safety and Quality Code of Practice - 3rd Edition to fresh
produce growers and grower/packers who have had some previous
experience of on-farm assurance programs (including earlier
versions of the Freshcare Code).

The 'Transition Training' introduces the new requirements of the 3rd
                                                                                  SA - Adelaide & Mt
Edition Freshcare Code of Practice, including risk assessments,      $770.00
                                                                                  Lofty Ranges
hazard analysis, control measures, verification and specific good
management / agricultural practices (GMPs / GAPs).

The Code provides an auditable (3rd party) standard through which
Australian growers can demonstrate compliance to both food safety
and quality requirements.


SFI's unique biological farming techniques for developing sustainable
soil management practices. Biological methods have demonstrated                   NSW - Northern
                                                                      $2,640.00
the improvement of soil structure, soil water retention and nutrient              Rivers, WA - Avon
cycling contributing to healthier plants and ecosystems.

Freshcare 'Transition Training' is designed to deliver the Freshcare
Food Safety and Quality Code of Practice - 3rd Edition to fresh
produce growers and grower/packers who have had some previous
experience of on-farm assurance programs (including earlier
versions of the Freshcare Code).

The 'Transition Training' introduces the new requirements of the 3rd
Edition Freshcare Code of Practice, including risk assessments,      $665.00      National
hazard analysis, control measures, verification and specific good
management / agricultural practices (GMPs / GAPs).

The Code provides an auditable (3rd party) standard through which
Australian growers can demonstrate compliance to both food safety
and quality requirements.
The ALM Approved System is particularly useful for new and small
landholders wishing to adopt a practical and cost-effective approach
to managing land. Experienced trainers assist you to conduct an
initial environmental review and develop a management plan for
continuous improvement. Your plan will take account of your
particular circumstances as well as addressing climate change,
regional catchment priorities and biodiversity issues. Access to a
specially designed web-based software system will enable you to
                                                                     $660.00     National
avoid time consuming and boring paper based activities.

The ALM Approved System enable landholders, especially
smallholders and lifestyle landholders, to implement an
environmental management system on their property, but without
necessarily proceeding to ALM certification at this early stage of
development.



This 1/2 day theory and practical based workshop has been designed
for Land Managers to obtain experience in the use of Google Earth
as a Geographic Information Systems (GIS) tool for Natural Resource              QLD - Burdekin,
planning and holistic "whole farm" planning for sustainable Land                 Desert Channels,
Management. The course is suitable for anyone looking for training $660.00       Southern Gulf,
in a basic and inexpensive GIS mapping solution suited to all aspects            South West
of property management planning. The course is designed and                      Queensland
suited to applications in the extensive grazing regions and is
delivered via face to face training in a small group setting.


This workshop will work through 3 risk and needs assessments
developed as part of the statewide Property Management Planning
framework. The risk assessments cover biodiversity, soil and water
resources. Each Risk Assessment is intended to assist landholders in
identifying and to better understand their natural resources and the
                                                                     $1,100.00   TAS
potential effect of management activities on them. It also assesses
potential threats to sustainability. The questions are designed to
assess whether the resources are well managed in the current and
future context, and to indicate an appropriate course of action to
manage any issues or risks that may be identified.
Freshcare 'Transition Training' is designed to deliver the Freshcare
Food Safety and Quality Code of Practice - 3rd Edition to fresh
produce growers and grower/packers who have had some previous
experience of on-farm assurance programs (including earlier
versions of the Freshcare Code).

The 'Transition Training' introduces the new requirements of the 3rd
                                                                                    NSW - Northern
Edition Freshcare Code of Practice, including risk assessments,      $600.00
                                                                                    Rivers
hazard analysis, control measures, verification and specific good
management / agricultural practices (GMPs / GAPs).

The Code provides an auditable (3rd party) standard through which
Australian growers can demonstrate compliance to both food safety
and quality requirements.


“Vital Soil II” supports participants to implement practices taught in
the foundation course, “Vital Soil I” as well as learn further practical
skills. We focus on a soil-based issue on your property and assist
you to work on this issue to find solutions. The full course involves
nine field days to participant farms and two classroom sessions.         $330.00    National
Part A includes a one-day classroom & field session & completion of
a Base-Line Questionnaire
Prerequisites: “Vital Soil I”
Maximum six farms per training.

“Vital Soil II” supports participants to implement practices taught in
the foundation course, “Vital Soil I” as well as learn further practical
skills. We focus on a soil-based issue on your property and assist
you to work on this issue to find solutions. The full course involves
nine field days to participant farms and two classroom sessions.         $825.00    National
Part B includes three full-day training sessions on participant's
properties.
Prerequisites: “Vital Soil I” & "Vital Soil II, Part A"
Maximum six farms per training.
This course is intended for families who wish to learn more about
the succession planning process. It will equip participants with skills
                                                                        $1,550.00   NSW, ACT
and processes to work with their family towards concensus on a
succession plan.
Four day leadership training course developed by Merino SA and the
Australian Association of Merino Breeders to develop leaderships
skills and networks of the future Merino industry leaders. All
participants will travel to Clare, SA, where they will stay at the Clare
Country Club for the week.
Sessions are delivered by Rural Directions Pty Ltd, a local                          SA - Northern &
                                                                         $1,500.00
agribusiness consultancy who has delivered Breeding Leadership in                    Yorke
2006 and 2008.
After attending this course participants will have sound leadership
skills that will enable them to become enthusiastic, influential,
dynamic and dedicated leaders within the Merino Breeders industry,
their businesses and communities.


Fundamental Greenhouse Gases in a Farming System' is a workshops
for broad acre croppers that examines the greenhouse gases that
flux through a farming system. Land managers will gain a detailed
understand of what greenhouse gases are, where they originate and
                                                                         $121.00     National
what options for improved farm management exist. Most
importantly, after the workshop growers should be able to
understand, interpret and evaluate greenhouse solutions and policy
options put forward by scientists, politicians and industrial suppliers.


The role of the Supervisor is critical to the performance of any
business. This course is specifically designed to build the people
management skills of new and existing Supervisors and Managers.
The two day program covers a range of critical topics including
                                                                   $660.00           National
Conflict Resolution, Communication, Performance Management,
Training, Planning, Time Management, Team Building, Working with
your Manager, Supervising Non-english Speaking Staff and
Improving Efficiency.

                                                                                     SA - Adelaide & Mt
                                                                                     Lofty Ranges, Eyre
To up skill farmers in Human Resource Management including
                                                                                     Peninsula, South
recruitment, induction, staff appraisal processes and OH&S             $385.00
                                                                                     East, Northern &
requirements
                                                                                     Yorke, SA Murray
                                                                                     Darling Basin
The main topics covered in this course include understanding the
fundamental principles associated with successful grain marketing
and what mainstream products are available to help you maximise
your income potential.                                                           SA - Adelaide & Mt
                                                                                 Lofty Ranges, Eyre
This course will introduce participants to mainstream products such              Peninsula,
as Forward Contracts, SWAPs, Basis Contracts and Options.           $385.00      Kangaroo Island,
Participants will be presented with informative and practical facts              Northern & Yorke,
and will include interactive examples to ensure learning is                      SA Murray Darling
maximised. The derivatives section will be covered in detail as the              Basin
workings of these products can be complex. The risks associated
with each product will also be explored


This course aims to increase your knowledge about the importance
                                                                                 SA - Adelaide & Mt
of understanding grain marketing to best manage business risk.
                                                                                 Lofty Ranges, Eyre
Financial benchmarking techniques will be introduced to enable you
                                                                                 Peninsula,
to undertake business performance analysis of your own business
                                                                       $385.00   Kangaroo Island,
and cropping enterprise. Participants will learn how to calculate and
                                                                                 Northern & Yorke,
analyse cost of production. At the end of this course, you will have a
                                                                                 SA Murray Darling
better understanding of how and when to sell grain and the effect
                                                                                 Basin
this will have on your business.
                                                                                 SA - Adelaide & Mt
                                                                                 Lofty Ranges, Eyre
To give family business owners the tools and strategies required to
                                                                                 Peninsula,
evaluate their business, how it will look in the future and how to
                                                                      $385.00    Kangaroo Island,
move the business from one generation to the next with mutual
                                                                                 Northern & Yorke,
benefit across generations.
                                                                                 SA Murray Darling
                                                                                 Basin
This course is for people who want to develop their knowledge and
skills to understand current environmental issues and to
communicate and work together in promoting sustainability. The
course is made locally relevant to participants who engage in
                                                                                 NSW - Namoi
stakeholder perspectives. This occurs through face to face sessions, $600.00
                                                                                 Region
the otion of online access and guest speakers from different fields of
expertise. A participatory approach allows for different learning
styles and includes field work and informal discussion where
experiences are shared.
A valuable training course for grain growers that have adopted or
are considering adoption of a disc seeding, zero-tillage farming
system. The half day workshop provides growers with the latest
technical engineering information on disc seeders and will assist
growers achieve the full benefit from high stubble, minimal
disturbance farming systems. Growers will be provided with the      $240.00           VIC, WA, SA
skills to optimise seed placement, herbicide efficiency, fertilizer
placement and soil moisture to improve overall crop performance.
Participants that complete the course will be given a comprehensive
review manual (written by course presenters) covering several
aspects of zero-tillage farming systems in further detail.



Owners and managers involved in food and fibre production need to
stay abreast of rapidly changing requirements relating to chemical
use in their businesses so they can examine how such changes can
be turned to business advantage. This refresher programme guides
farmers through the implications of changes to chemical use best
practice and legislative requirements on their businesses since their
last training, the consequences of other changes such as climate,
new weed-growth patterns and market issues, and provides a
                                                                      $299.00         WA
practical framework for long-term sustainability plans. The
programme offers an opportunity for robust discussion and
information-sharing. Completion of the programme demonstrates to
overseas and local markets that growers are maintaining their
competency and upgrading their skills by regular professional
development. One-day programme to maintain ChemCert WA
accreditation for a further 5 years and where applicable meet
grower Quality Assurance Programme needs.


Feeding Finesse is tailored for dairy farmers in the south west of
Western Australia and accredited by the National Centre for Dairy
Education Australia. The 4-day course will provide participants with                  WA - South Coast,
                                                                     $880.00
the ability to optimise the feeding efficiency on their dairy farm,                   South West
through increasing their ablity to effectively analyse the feeding
system and trouble-shoot feeding problems.

For Grain and Sugar growers to understand forward commodity
markets , how to align pricing decisions to market conditions,
establish more flexible pricing objectives, improve skills in financial   $1,990.00   National
risk management and evaluate strategic outcomes in the
management of marketing and pricing.
This 3 day workshop is primarily for dairy farmers within NSW, but
can be tailored to dairy farmers located on the east Australian
seaboard, who are interested in understanding how to manage the       $535.00       NSW, VIC
risks associated with weather, climate variability and climate
change.
Permaculture is a design science for planning and creating
productive prift\itable farming on small and large scale that builds
environmental capital that is alsosocially sustainable. This 5 day on-
farm, practical, intensive programme is an in-depth certificated
course adapted from the original Permaculture Design Certificate                    ACT; NSW -
                                                                       $1,800.00
course taught and prac ticed in over 130 countries. It focuses on                   Murrumbidgee
knowledge, tools and techniques for farmers of hundreds to
thousands of hectares and includes sustainable grazing, cropping,
farm vorestry, soil imrovement, water management, earthworks
and structures.

A workshop focused on analysing Production, Marketing and Cash
                                                                                    VIC - Corangamite,
Flow Management with an emphasis placed on identifying and
                                                                                    Glenelg Hopkins,
understanding the Key Performance Indicators for your business.
                                                                                    Mallee, North
Target audience grain and mixed farms. Indentify and understand    $715.00
                                                                                    Central, Wimmera,
the KPI's for the individual business. Appraising the business
                                                                                    SA - Northern &
resources and capacity in planning forward for the 2010 production
                                                                                    Yorke
season.


This course is designed for all types of businesses including cropping,
extensive livestock, intensive livestock and horticulture enterprise
types. At the completion of the five courses you will have gained the               SA - Adelaide & MT
skills, knowledge and motivation to capitalise on fresh new business                Lofty Ranges, Eyre
opportunities and ensure your current business is operating at its                  Peninsula,
full potential. This course will provide you will skills and systems to             Kangaroo Island,
                                                                        $1,500.00
improve your business in the following areas – financial                            South East,
management, marketing, business planning, people management                         Northern & Yorke,
and operations planning. The workshop will be delivered in a series                 SA Murray Darling
of five sessions. Materials are provided with practical case studies                Basin
and examples that can easily be applied to your own business.
Templates and tools are also provided in a user-friendly format.
Designed for the fresh produce industry, the Freshcare Food Safety
and Quality Program uses tools such as risk assessment, hazard
analysis critical control point (HACCP) and prescribed good
agricultural practice (GAP) to identify and manage food safety and
quality risks on farm.

The Freshcare Food Safety and Quality Code of Practice - 3rd Edition,
                                                                      $1,100.00   WA
provides an innovative and practical set of tools to guide growers
through a risk based on-farm assurance process.

The Code provides an auditable (3rd party) standard through which
Australian growers can demonstrate compliance to both food safety
and quality requirements.


Freshcare 'Transition Training' is designed to deliver the Freshcare
Food Safety and Quality Code of Practice - 3rd Edition to fresh
produce growers and grower/packers who have had some previous
experience of on-farm assurance programs (including earlier
versions of the Freshcare Code).

The 'Transition Training' introduces the new requirements of the 3rd
Edition Freshcare Code of Practice, including risk assessments,      $660.00      WA
hazard analysis, control measures, verification and specific good
management / agricultural practices (GMPs / GAPs).

The Code provides an auditable (3rd party) standard through which
Australian growers can demonstrate compliance to both food safety
and quality requirements.
This uniquely practical and interactive course, assists land managers
to understand, produce and use compost which contributes to the
twin objective of maintaining soil health and productivity; and
increases soil carbon as a strategy for carbon sequestration and
abatement, and critically for adaptation for farms in response to
changing climate.Process control, or management of the critical
control points in the compost production cycle is the basis of a
successful composting operation. Process control and the
assessment of your compost for conformance with specifications
prior to use enables the consistent production of composts that       $1,500.00    National
meet your requirements for agronomic performance, time after
time. This is the focus of the course in relation to compost
production. In relation to agronomic and environmental benefits
from compost use, the course content addresses increasing soil
organic matter, assist in amealiorating the potential impacts of
erosion and environmental degradation - including increased
fertiliser use efficiency and reduced leachate/runoff. The
introduction of these techniques and procedures will assist
improved crop quality and production sustainability.
This course is targeted at dairy farmers with the focus on studying
sustainable livestock management systems. By studying different
farming systems at a practical level on this study tour, students will   $721.00   National
broaden their scope of ideas and learn planning techniques for the
implementation of these innovations.


This course will take participants through the process of how to plan
a farm business and prepare budgets. Participants will receive a
copy of the "Farm Business Planner" software to simplify this task
and enable them to print out their business plans. Participants will
find the course of value in assessing the likely financial impacts of
                                                                      $1,390.00    VIC
changing climate as the planning will be done for scenarios including
and excluding climate change impacts. Consequently they will find
the course of value in preparing their business plan and budgets,
irrespective of climate change impacts.



Primary producers must increasingly have accurate & useful
production systems & business data to ensure appropriate decisions
are made. Cost effective & environmentally sustainable pest, weed
& disease management requires the appropriate application of both $1,500.00        NSW, VIC, SA, WA
historical data & new research.3-4 face to face & on line workshops
are provided to specifically improve the farm data records &
business decisions for pest, disease & weed managment
Face to face & online workshops provided over 3-4 sessions.
Marketing & production planning tools are utilised to effectively
                                                                        $1,500.00   NSW, VIC, SA, WA
analyse market conditions within the constraints of risk, climate, soil
& sustainable production systems


Face to face workshops provided over 3-4 sessions. Marketing &
financial skills are developed applicable to participants enterprise
budget & marketing plan tools & templates provided. Participants
                                                                     $1,500.00      NSW, VIC, SA, WA
develop the ability to analyse marketing information, commodity
options & budget contraints to make appropriate plans for business
growth & sustainability
Face to face workshops provided over 3-4 sessions for the primary
producer.
Particpants develop research & assessment skills specifically related
to their business risk management strategies. It is likely that these $1,500.00     NSW, VIC, SA, WA
skills will be applied to climate risk & sustainable business
production


Face to face workshops provided over 3-4 sessions for the primary
producer.Analysis of machinery options & capital investment
requires research & accumulation of appropriate information to
make informed business decisions. Requires the ability to
                                                                       $1,500.00    NSW, VIC, SA, WA
understand statistical & sensitivity analysis & apply decisions to the
family business related to major capital investments particularly in
machinery. Participants receive a machinery cost calculator to
support skills development.

The small rural business requires effective people management &
communication as well as the correct administration & legal
requirements for compliance requirements. The course provides
                                                                      $1,500.00     NSW, VIC, SA, WA
support & skills development to achieve efficient management of
the people & the business on a daily basis. Face to face workshops
over 3-4 sessions.

This course is for people with prior experience in permaculture, this
course is a more in depth and academically advanced study of
various aspects of permaculture. It covers sustainable systems, how
to determine planning strategies for a site, seasonal patterns, water
                                                                      $779.00       National
management, earthworks, considering different climates, and
comprehensive planning including preparing costings. This will give
you a sound background in all aspects of developing and running a
permaculture system.
This course is a natural progression from Bookkeeping Introduction.
It covers stock control and other issues not covered in Bookkeeping
Introduction, and looks at accounting for trading firms, and the
differences between recording and reporting. Courses Direct has
been named an "Accredited Training Provider" by the Institute of
                                                                      $699.00     National
Certified Bookkeepers. Students who enrol in the Bookkeeping -
Introduction, Bookkeeping Intermediate or any MYOB course
offered by Courses Direct will receive automatic Student
Membership to the institute . For more information on this institute,
please visit www.icb.org.au.


Every business needs at least one person to do their accounts.
Bookkeeping can provide a long and enjoyable career with options
to branch out into other areas. This comprehensive course covers
everything from keeping a ledger & cash control, to the balance
sheet and profit and loss statements. It provides an extremely solid
foundation and is suitable for:

  * Business owners
  * Administration or accounts employees
                                                                       $699.00    National
  * Anyone seeking a career as a bookkeeper

Courses Direct has been named an "Accredited Training Provider" by
the Institute of Certified Bookkeepers. Students who enrol in the
Bookkeeping - Introduction, Bookkeeping Intermediate or any
MYOB course offered by Courses Direct will receive automatic
Student Membership to the Institute . For more information on this
institute, please visit www.icb.org.au.



The demand for organically grown vegetables is currently a major
growth area in commercial horticulture. This course is a good
starting point in learning all aspects of organic vegetable production.
There is a strong emphasis on organic principals and each lesson        $779.00   National
goes through ways to adapt them to everyday vegetable production.
It is similar to the Organic Plant Culture course, but has more
emphasis on vegetables and methods for commercial production.

Develop a foundation for managing conservation of different
environments. The course reviews basic ecology and environmental
                                                                   $699.00        National
problems such as pollution and land degradation before considering
varying aspects of conservation.
This is a course about how to accumulate, borrow, spend, invest and
save money. Some people have an intuitive ability with money,
where everything they touch turns to gold, others need to take a
much more conscious approach to handling money if they are to
maximize their assets. It aims to improve your ability to make the
right decisions about managing finances. Throughout the course the
student will develop their ability to make better decisions with
respect to the following sorts of problems, such as: * How to       $699.00     National
better invest money. * How to capitalize on your home * How to
buy more economically to cut food bills. * How to minimize
taxation. * How to bulk buy to minimize costs. * Deciding how
much to keep in reserve for a "rainy day". * How often to
restructure your personal budget. These and more problems are
dealt with throughout this comprehensive guide to money
management.


Managers are common - good managers are not. Good management
can deeply affect the viability of a company, and improve everything
from productivity to worker satisfaction and profitability. This
                                                                      $699.00   National
course provides a very sound foundation for increasing your
capacity to manage in any situation - be it within your own business,
somebody else's, or a government department.

Learn to manage both plant and animal production in a more natural
and environmentally sensitive way and develop a sound foundation
for understanding how to set up an organic farm, or convert an
existing farm to organic practices. The course covers organic
                                                                   $779.00      National
management issues such as certification, marketing, and
environmental concerns, organic soil management and crop
nutrition, weed management, pest and disease management,
livestock management, pasture and crops.
Improve your pasture and make your farm more productive

Pastures are critical to many types of farms. Farmers have been
known to turn unprofitable farms into commercial successes by
simply improving pasture. Whether dealing with small or large
properties, pasture management is an important part of many types
of farm enterprises. This course is designed to be useful to those
already managing existing pastures and those who wish to establish
successful new pastures.                                           $699.00       National

Every livestock farmer is first and foremost a pasture farmer. He
may make use of the natural grasses or he may improve his pastures
by planting special grasses or legumes. A good farmer recognises the
different grasses and legumes, and understands how to get the best
out of them. He will be able to distinguish between desirable and
undesirable plants and he will know the grazing habits of his stock.




Learn to prepare plans for permaculture systems. (i.e. A unique
landscape where plants and animals live balanced in a self sustaining
ecosystem). It commonly involves developing a garden or farm
where the plants and animals are put together in such a way that
they support each others growth and development. The garden or $779.00           National
farm may change over years, but always remains productive,
requires little input once established, and is environmentally
sound.This is an "intensive" foundation course. If you are only going
to do "one" permaculture course do this!

18                                                                     $799.00   National
Learn how to improve your soils and benefit from them. This course
examines:

  * The properties of soil
  * Testing
  * How to manage and improve soil
  * Soil problems
  * Sustainability of soils and much more.
                                                                       $699.00    National
Soil is the foundation for profitable farming. There are many things
that can be wrong with soil (eg. poor nutrition, chemical imbalance,
structural problems such as drainage, lack of microbial life etc).
Often minor and relatively inexpensive treatments can make a huge
difference to productivity, but the problems need to be identified
first, and that requires a solid understanding of soil theory and
management practice.


BE PART OF THE MOVE TOWARD A SUSTAINABLE FUTURE.
Approaches range from land care and conservation farming to
permaculture, biodynamics or financial restructuring. Most
approaches are appropriate,and in the right place and at the right
time, all have their application. In many cases, the elements of
                                                                      $699.00     National
several approaches can be combined to create a solution
appropriate to a particular site. Lessons focus on soils, water, land
care, weed control, tree management, pest and diseases, fire,
financial sustainability, broad management strategies and enterprise
selection and management (plants and animals).
This course develops an understanding of environmental systems
and the rehabilitation of degraded landscapes. You learn about seed
collection, storage and germination, propagation, plant selection,
                                                                        $699.00   National
establishment techniques, controlling pest & disease after planting.
It will give you the skills required to maintain healthy rehabilitation
systems.
Learn about water resources,the use and application of water
conservation measures in different contexts. Improve your capacity
to design, implement and assess water management plans and
procedures.Water is the most important resource to sustain life. All $779.00      National
living organisms need water to survive. This course will teach you
how to conserve this precious resource in various situations from
the home environment to industry.
Debt can provide an avenue to expand your business, or to simply
get through some tough times. Making sure that your level and
structure of debt is appropriate for the business is important to
ensure that you are in control of the debt, and that debt is not                   SA - Eyre
controlling you.This 1 day course will increase farm business          $385.00     Peninsula,
manager’s financial understanding to enable them to manage debt                    Northern & Yorke
proactively. It will also provide a greater degree of confidence for
participants to discuss debt structure and management with their
financier, potentially resulting in improved business performance.


Designed specifically for the Australian wine industry, Freshcare
Environmental - Viticulture uses tools such as risk assessment,
hazard analysis critical control point (HACCP) and prescribed good
agricultural practice (GAP) to identify and manage environmental
risks on farm.

The Freshcare Environmental Code of Practice - Viticulture and
supporting materials, provides an innovative and practical set of
                                                                       $950.00     National
tools to effectively guide wine grape growers through a risk based
on-farm assurance process, focussed on environmental
management issues.

The Code provides an auditable (3rd party) standard through which
Australian wine grape growers can demonstrate compliance to
environmental management requirements


This course improves skills and knowledge of primary producers and
land managers in identifying and managing on farm natural
resources. Participants will clarify a future for their property, a
practical plan to achieve that future and a set of tools to monitor    $2,950.00   National
progress towards their goal. Each plan in unique, and will be tailored
to the individual farm resources.
The cost of the course is per property, not individual.
Freshcare 'Transition Training' is designed to deliver the Freshcare
Food Safety and Quality Code of Practice - 3rd Edition to fresh
produce growers and grower/packers who have had some previous
experience of on-farm assurance programs (including earlier
versions of the Freshcare Code).
                                                                                VIC - East
The 'Transition Training' introduces the new requirements of the 3rd
                                                                                Gippsland, West
Edition Freshcare Code of Practice, including risk assessments,      $770.00
                                                                                Gippsland; WA -
hazard analysis, control measures, verification and specific good
                                                                                Rangelands; NT
management / agricultural practices (GMPs / GAPs).

The Code provides an auditable (3rd party) standard through which
Australian growers can demonstrate compliance to both food safety
and quality requirements.


Freshcare 'Transition Training' is designed to deliver the Freshcare
Food Safety and Quality Code of Practice - 3rd Edition to fresh
produce growers and grower/packers who have had some previous
experience of on-farm assurance programs (including earlier
versions of the Freshcare Code).
                                                                                NSW - Lower
The 'Transition Training' introduces the new requirements of the 3rd            Murray Darling,
Edition Freshcare Code of Practice, including risk assessments,      $660.00    Murray,
hazard analysis, control measures, verification and specific good               Murrumbidgee;
management / agricultural practices (GMPs / GAPs).                              VIC - Mallee

The Code provides an auditable (3rd party) standard through which
Australian growers can demonstrate compliance to both food safety
and quality requirements.


Designed for the fresh produce industry, the Freshcare Food Safety
and Quality Program uses tools such as risk assessment, hazard
analysis critical control point (HACCP) and prescribed good
agricultural practice (GAP) to identify and manage food safety and
quality risks on farm.
                                                                                NSW - Lower
                                                                                Murray Darling,
The Freshcare Food Safety and Quality Code of Practice - 3rd Edition,
                                                                      $770.00   Murray,
provides an innovative and practical set of tools to guide growers
                                                                                Murrumbidgee;
through a risk based on-farm assurance process.
                                                                                VIC - Mallee
The Code provides an auditable (3rd party) standard through which
Australian growers can demonstrate compliance to both food safety
and quality requirements.
The 3 day More Beef from Breeding workshop has been developed
by Meat & Livestock Australia (MLA) to give commercial beef
producers in the southern temperate zone of Australia the
information and skills to develop and implement a breeding
program for their herd. The program caters for the needs of both       $825.00   National
straight cattle breeders and cross breeders. Selection decisions are
made during the workshop which consider improvements for both
the future herd (genetic improvement) and the current herd
(phenotypic improvement).

Designed for the fresh produce industry, the Freshcare
Environmental Program uses tools such as risk assessment, hazard
analysis critical control point (HACCP) and prescribed good
agricultural practice (GAP) to identify and manage environmental
risks on farm.

The Freshcare Environmental Code of Practice and supporting
                                                                  $990.00        National
materials, provides an innovative and practical set of tools to
effectively guide growers through a risk based on-farm assurance
process, focussed on environmental management issues.
The Code provides an auditable (3rd party) standard through which
Australian growers can demonstrate compliance to environmental
management requirements


Designed specifically for the Australian wine industry, Freshcare
Environmental - Viticulture uses tools such as risk assessment,
hazard analysis critical control point (HACCP) and prescribed good
agricultural practice (GAP) to identify and manage environmental
risks on farm.

The Freshcare Environmental Code of Practice - Viticulture and
supporting materials, provides an innovative and practical set of
tools to effectively guide wine grape growers through a risk based     $990.00   National
on-farm assurance process, focussed on environmental
management issues.

The Code provides an auditable (3rd party) standard through which
Australian wine grape growers can demonstrate compliance to
environmental management requirements
SFI's unique time proven biological farming techniques for
developing sustainable soil management practices. These biological
methods have demonstrated the improvement of soil structure, soil $375.00        National
water retention and nutrient cycling contributing to healthier plants
and ecosytems.
Designed specifically for the Australian wine industry, Freshcare
Environmental - Viticulture uses tools such as risk assessment,
hazard analysis critical control point (HACCP) and prescribed good
agricultural practice (GAP) to identify and manage environmental
risks on farm.

The Freshcare Environmental Code of Practice - Viticulture and
supporting materials, provides an innovative and practical set of
tools to effectively guide wine grape growers through a risk based   $990.00     National
on-farm assurance process, focussed on environmental
management issues.

The Code provides an auditable (3rd party) standard through which
Australian wine grape growers can demonstrate compliance to
environmental management requirements




This course is aimed at finding opportunities to improve profitability
of beef enterprises by looking at the efficiency of your production
system given your specific and regional climatic circumstances. It
looks at all operating costs in the production system and the
production that is able to be generated by those costs. The course
                                                                       $726.00   NSW, VIC, SA, TAS
will answer the following questions:
1) Is there room to improve the long term efficiency of my beef
production system?
2) What are the most profitable opportunities to take?
3) What will it cost me to implement those opportunities?
Designed for the fresh produce industry, the Freshcare Food Safety
and Quality Program uses tools such as risk assessment, hazard
analysis critical control point (HACCP) and prescribed good
agricultural practice (GAP) to identify and manage food safety and
quality risks on farm.

The Freshcare Food Safety and Quality Code of Practice - 3rd Edition,            NSW - Northern
                                                                      $660.00
provides an innovative and practical set of tools to guide growers               River
through a risk based on-farm assurance process.

The Code provides an auditable (3rd party) standard through which
Australian growers can demonstrate compliance to both food safety
and quality requirements.


Freshcare 'Transition Training' is designed to deliver the Freshcare
Food Safety and Quality Code of Practice - 3rd Edition to fresh
produce growers and grower/packers who have had some previous
experience of on-farm assurance programs (including earlier
versions of the Freshcare Code).

The 'Transition Training' introduces the new requirements of the 3rd
Edition Freshcare Code of Practice, including risk assessments,                  NSW - Northern
                                                                     $480.00
hazard analysis, control measures, verification and specific good                Rivers
management / agricultural practices (GMPs / GAPs).

The Code provides an auditable (3rd party) standard through which
Australian growers can demonstrate compliance to both food safety
and quality requirements.




As a result of on going adjustment, many farming businesses are
being presented with share farming and leasing opportunities. For
some farm managers, leasing and share farming is a valid and risk                SA - Adelaide & Mt
free way to increase the viability and stability of their business.              Lofty Ranges, Eyre
However, the success of a share farming or leasing deal lies in how              Peninsula,
the arrangement has been structured. A well structured deal will                 Kangaroo island,
provide enhanced risk management capacity for the business,            $385.00   South East,
however if the deal is not structured appropriately, such a strategy             Northern & Yorke,
can increase business risk.                                                      SA Murray Darling
                                                                                 Basin, SA Arid
This course aims to provide some practical insights to this business             Lands
model and what needs to happen to make it a success.
Provide participants with the tools and knowledge to allow you to
develop an integrated approach and strategic skills in managing aan
                                                                    $2,250.00      National
agricultural business with allocated water as a key management
focus.
This course uses the DairySAT tool as developed by Dairy Australia,
in both online and hard copy to assist farmers to complete the         $230.00     VIC
assessment and develop an action plan.


                                                                       $750.00     WA, SA


This seminar has been designed to give participants an appreciation
of the integral role of humus compost in sustainable agriculture.
Learn how to increase soil carbon (humus) and sequester
greenhouse gas emissions while building soil health and fertility.
Gain skills in humus compost production methods (Advanced           $1,500.00      National
Composting System), both practical and thery, assess compost
quality and develop marketing strategies. World renowned humus
compost and soil consultant, Edwin Blosser, President Midwest Bio-
Systems will be presenting.


These two days will give participants an in-depth understanding of
the power of a healthy, biologically active soil for sustainable food
production and the environment. The seminar will explore the
potential of soils to sustain healthy plant growth and increase
animal productivity by building active carbon (humus) and improving
soil structure. Participants will learn to enhance and manage
                                                                       $150.00     National
microbial populations that drive nutrient cycling and availability and
promote vigorous root growth, allowing farmers to reduce inputs
and make effective use of natural processes. The field trip will
demonstrate humus compost production, compost tea extraction
and stubble digestion trials and visit local farms using biological
farming techniques


Aerobic compost added to highly aerated water, held at a desired
temperature, with the addition of microbe nutrients, feed the
species of microbes desigred. This 'brew' is full of beneficial fungi
                                                                         $420.00   VIC, TAS
and bacteria. Compost tea makes soil more productive, less toxic
and more sustainable. Applying whilst Keyline plowing, injects
millions of beneficial bacteria into the root zone and aerates the soil.
The Permaculture Design Certificate course is an internationally-
recognised 72 hour course. The course covers sustainable living
systems for a wide variety of landscapes and climates and
                                                                    $1,750.00    VIC, TAS
empowers participants with the skills and knowledge required to
become a person capable of designing and developing sustainable
systems anywhere in the world.

In this unique course, participants will learn a whole systems
approach to broadacre farm planning using the combined force of
Keyline Design, Permaculture and Holistic Management. The course
is an internsive blend of technical & practical sessions targeted at
                                                                     $550.00     VIC, TAS
farmers, professional land managers, consultants, permaculture
designers, earthmovers and anyone with a strong interest in
regenerative land management, soil creation and water
management.
Provide farmers with the information required to assist in making
critical farm
management decisions via the data management and reporting
tools of Farmstar and it's suite of software. The course covers data $1,500.00   WA
management, cost
scheduling, whole farm planning, farm mapping and reporting and
precision farming.
The correct setup of the coding in your financial program is vital to
allow the best reporting and therefore management information to
be available.
This training will allow you, the participant, to assess the state of
your business using what you currently have set up. We will then      $550.00    WA
analyse the deficiencies in these reports and discuss changes to the
setup of your files where necessary to achieve better business
management outcomes.


Sheep provide an important role on cereal farms especially in poor
years and times of climate change.
THis course will help prodicers improve the management of their
sheep so that they ean more income, reduce the risk level of the    $1,210.00    SA - Eyre Peninsula
business and reduce stress on the family.
Farmers will plan better for poor seasons and droughts so that they
suffer less financial loss and have less soil erosion.
Satellite and aerial sensing of crop growth canl be used to assess
variation in crop growth to improve management decisions such as
weed control, fertiliser inputs and topdressing. Training will be
provided to farmers to improve their computer skills (internet use,            VIC - Mallee, North
                                                                     $660.00
email, and use of Google Earth as a geographic information systems             Central, Wimmera
(GIS)). The course builds on a successful pilot scheme undertaken in
2009 which identified the most appropriate delivery methods and
training needs of the farmers

Designed specifically for the Australian wine industry, Freshcare
Environmental - Viticulture uses tools such as risk assessment,
hazard analysis critical control point (HACCP) and prescribed good
agricultural practice (GAP) to identify and manage environmental
risks on farm.

The Freshcare Environmental Code of Practice - Viticulture and
supporting materials, provides an innovative and practical set of
tools to effectively guide wine grape growers through a risk based   $650.00   National
on-farm assurance process, focussed on environmental
management issues.

The Code provides an auditable (3rd party) standard through which
Australian wine grape growers can demonstrate compliance to
environmental management requirements




Designed for the fresh produce industry, the Freshcare
Environmental Program uses tools such as risk assessment, hazard
analysis critical control point (HACCP) and prescribed good
agricultural practice (GAP) to identify and manage environmental
risks on farm.

The Freshcare Environmental Code of Practice and supporting
                                                                  $650.00      National
materials, provides an innovative and practical set of tools to
effectively guide growers through a risk based on-farm assurance
process, focussed on environmental management issues.
The Code provides an auditable (3rd party) standard through which
Australian growers can demonstrate compliance to environmental
management requirements
The objective of this course is to develop a grain
marketing plan that addresses your business risk.
It will enhance your knowledge of the advantages,
disadvantages and potential risks of holding grain post
                                                                                SA - Adelaide & Mt
harvest.
                                                                                Lofty Ranges, Eyre
You will learn about the current trends of the
                                                                                Peninsula,
marketing year including supply and demand from
                                                                                Kangaroo Island,
around the globe. This will increase your understanding             $385.00
                                                                                South East,
of timing the sale of your grain in line with market
                                                                                Northern & Yorke,
demand.
                                                                                SA Murray Darling
On Farm storage options will be discussed in
                                                                                Basin
comparison to storing grain in warehouse or private
store. Your business’ core goal will also be reviewed, to
determine whether you can afford to hold grain.



Owners and managers involved in food and fibre production need to
stay abreast of rapidly changing requirements relating to chemical
use in their businesses so they can examine how such changes can
be turned to business advantage. This refresher programme guides
farmers through the implications of changes to chemical use best
practice and legislative requirements on their businesses since their
last training, the consequences of other changes such as climate,
new weed-growth patterns and market issues, and provides a
                                                                      $299.00   WA
practical framework for long-term sustainability plans. The
programme offers an opportunity for robust discussion and
information-sharing. Completion of the programme demonstrates to
overseas and local markets that growers are maintaining their
competency and upgrading their skills by regular professional
development. One-day programme to maintain ChemCert WA
accreditation for a further 5 years and where applicable meet
grower Quality Assurance Programme needs.


Set up the PAM Cropping program to enable data capture, recording
and reporting at a paddock level. To remain sustainable and prepare
for climate change participants need to know which parts of their   $550.00     WA
cropping operation are sustainable and which ones will need to be
addressed.
In 1540 Leonardo Da Vinci said "we know more about the
movement of celestial bodies than we know about the soil under
our feet". Today this is still generally true. The focus has been on
what we can see and measure and soil health issues are frequently
viewed with scepticism and low funding. After the two day
                                                                      $990.00   National
workshop, participants will better understand soil health and how to
overcome the reduced effectiveness and non-sustainability of many
conventional practicese. Understanding the biological and ecological
processes is the first step in planning and developing more effective
strategies to adapt to climate change.


                                                                                VIC - Congramite,
                                                                                East Gippsland,
The Feeding Pastures for Profit program aims to provide the                     Glenelg Hopkins,
participants with the tools and skills to confidently answer the                Goulbourn Broken,
questions, How much do I allocate to the herd today? and What    $621.00        North Central,
amount of supplements do I need to offer the herd to maximise my                North East, Port
profit?                                                                         Phillip and
                                                                                Westernport, West
                                                                                Gippsland


                                                                    $2,250.00   National

EMAP - Farm Based Environmental Management Action Planning - a
planning and action process for farms assisting farmers to develop a
new vision for their properties. The program focuses on the wider
sustainability issues surrounding social, economic, and              $150.00    VIC - Mallee
environmental performance and will develop longer term
partnerships between those who manage the land and those who
are involved in the NRM industry.
Learn the fundamentals of how to manage your farm enterprise
holistically. Using the Holistic Management® Framework you will
learn how to define the whole under management, create a holistic
goal, utilize a decision testing matrix for sustainability, understand
the four ecosystem processes and use the tools available to you to
improve management effectiveness and the health of the
environment.
                                                                         $650.00   National
• Create a holistic goal
• Apply the Holistic Management Framework
• Effective management feedback loop
• Effective water & mineral cycle and energy flow
• Succession and how to identify it
• Principles of Holistic Management
• Manage ecosystem processes




                                                                         $550.00   National


Pasture Principles is designed to teach participants to manage
seasonal variability, climate variability and ultimate climate change
in high rainfal zones of Australia. The course is designed to help
participants take control of their grazing businesses by teaching a
guiding set of principles and helping farmers to implement these on
their farms.                                                          $1,980.00    TAS
Participants are able to match feed demand and supply on an
ongoing basis to ensure animal, plant, soil and water health and to
make adjustments to these on a daily basis to optimise business
profit.



                                                                                   VIC - Congramite,
                                                                                   East Gippsland,
                                                                                   Glenelg Hopkins,
The Sustainable Dairy Infrastrucure program aims to provide                        Goulbourn Broken,
participants with the tools and skills to investigate, implement and     $276.00   North Central,
review opportunities to improve the efficiency of their dairy.                     North East, Port
                                                                                   Phillip and
                                                                                   Westernport, West
                                                                                   Gippsland
Covers the implications of climate change in Australian horticulture
with an emphasis upon the critical role of farming in relation to
carbon sequestration. Mineral and biological strategies for humus-
building will be addressed. Increasing organic carbon levels offers a            SA - Adelaide & Mt
remarkable 'win/win' scenario associated with improved water                     Lofty Ranges, SA
                                                                       $490.00
management, enhanced retention of fertilisers and reduced erosion.               Murray Darling
The course will also include a host of biological strategies to reduce           Basin
reliance upon petrochemicals under the umbrella of mineral
management, microbe management, plant management and pest
management.
                  Telephone
    Email                         Website Address
                   Number




jhurst@principl                www.principlefocus.co
                (02) 6658 0775
efocus.com.au                  m.au
jhurst@principl                www.principlefocus.co
                (02) 6658 0775
efocus.com.au                  m.au




garyh@topocli
                0428 770 420   www.topoclimate.com
mate.com




garyh@topocli
                0428 770 420   www.topoclimate.com
mate.com
garyh@topocli
                0428 770 420   www.topoclimate.com
mate.com




garyh@topocli
                0428 770 420   www.topoclimate.com
mate.com




garyh@topocli
                0428 770 420   www.topoclimate.com
mate.com




garyh@topocli
                0428 770 420   www.topoclimate.com
mate.com
garyh@topocli
                 0428 770 420   www.topoclimate.com
mate.com


garyh@topocli
                 0428 770 420   www.topoclimate.com
mate.com


garyh@topocli
                 0428 770 420   www.topoclimate.com
mate.com


garyh@topocli
                 0428 770 420   www.topoclimate.com
mate.com


garyh@topocli
                 0428 770 420   www.topoclimate.com
mate.com


kirstie@nutri-
                 (07) 5472 9900 www.nutri-tech.com.au
tech.com.au




training@agdat
               (07) 4632 8488 www.agdata.com.au
a.com.au




training@agdat
               (07) 4632 8488 www.agdata.com.au
a.com.au




training@agdat
               (07) 4632 8488 www.agdata.com.au
a.com.au
gregh@westnet.                www.blackwoodbasingr
               (08) 9765 1555
com.au                        oup.com.au




Kaye.spark@en
                               www.enviroaccounts.co
viroaccounts.co (07) 3376 4638
                               m.au
m.au




hannaball@bigp
               (08) 8847 2310 www.hannaball.com.au
ond.com.au




mbridgeford@r
              (07) 3367 1380 www.rcs.au.com
cs.au.com
mbridgeford@r
              (07) 3367 1380 www.rcs.au.com
cs.au.com




grahame@klrm                   www.klrmarketing.com.
                (02) 6332 2135
arketing.com.au                au




grahame@klrm                   www.klrmarketing.com.
                (02) 6332 2135
arketing.com.au                au
wvicag0001@bi
              (03)5383 8288
gpond.com




nickie.berrisford
                  (03) 5226 4075
@dpl.vic.gov.au




rti@dragnet.co                www.ruraltraininginitiat
               (02) 6035 7284
m.au                          ives.com.au




Cliff@soilwater.
                 (08) 8276 7706 www.soilwater.com.au
com.au




barbmc@r-m-
                 (08) 8582 3658 www.r-m-t.com.au
t.com.au
rti@dragnet.co                www.ruraltraininginitiat
               (02) 6035 7284
m.au                          ives.com.au




sarah@proagtiv
               (02) 6946 2020 www.proagtive.com.au
e.com.au




training@agdat
               (07) 4632 8488 www.agdata.com.au
a.com.au




deborah.atkins
                                www.irrigationfutures.o
@irrigationfutur (02) 4570 1763
                                rg.au
es.org.au




e.winter@bigpo
               (03) 9561 8511
nd.net.au




brian@growdat
              (02) 5831 1711 www.growdata.com.au
a.com.au
daryl.connelly@
                (03) 6423 6008 www.tqainc.com.au
tqainc.com.au




bill.beard@rsmi.
                 (03) 5330 5800 www.rsmi.com.au
com.au




rsta@bigpond.c                www.regionalskillstraini
               (08) 8835 1362
om                            ng.com




mick@grazingbe                www.grazingbestprac.c
               (07) 4938 3919
stprac.com.au                 om.au




mick@grazingbe                www.grazingbestprac.c
               (07) 4938 3919
stprac.com.au                 om.au




helen@insideou
                              www.insideoutsidemgt.
tsidemgt.com.a (07) 4661 7393
                              com.au
u
helen@insideou
                              www.insideoutsidemgt.
tsidemgt.com.a (07) 4661 7393
                              com.au
u




helen@insideou
                              www.insideoutsidemgt.
tsidemgt.com.a (07) 4661 7393
                              com.au
u




helen@insideou
                              www.insideoutsidemgt.
tsidemgt.com.a (07) 4661 7393
                              com.au
u



helen@insideou
                              www.insideoutsidemgt.
tsidemgt.com.a (07) 4661 7393
                              com.au
u


helen@insideou
                              www.insideoutsidemgt.
tsidemgt.com.a (07) 4661 7393
                              com.au
u




rsta@bigpond.c                www.regionalskillstraini
               (08) 8835 1362
om                            ng.com




rsta@bigpond.c                www.regionalskillstraini
               (08) 8835 1362
om                            ng.com
rsta@bigpond.c                www.regionalskillstraini
               (08) 8835 1362
om                            ng.com




rsta@bigpond.c                www.regionalskillstraini
               (08) 8835 1362
om                            ng.com




rsta@bigpond.c                www.regionalskillstraini
               (08) 8835 1362
om                            ng.com




rsta@bigpond.c                www.regionalskillstraini
               (08) 8835 1362
om                            ng.com




rsta@bigpond.c                www.regionalskillstraini
               (08) 8835 1362
om                            ng.com




rsta@bigpond.c                www.regionalskillstraini
               (08) 8835 1362
om                            ng.com
rsta@bigpond.c                www.regionalskillstraini
               (08) 8835 1362
om                            ng.com




rsta@bigpond.c                www.regionalskillstraini
               (08) 8835 1362
om                            ng.com




rsta@bigpond.c                www.regionalskillstraini
               (08) 8835 1362
om                            ng.com




rsta@bigpond.c                www.regionalskillstraini
               (08) 8835 1362
om                            ng.com



hannaball@bigp
               (08) 8847 2310 www.hannaball.com.au
ond.com.au

hannaball@bigp
               (08) 8847 2310 www.hannaball.com.au
ond.com.au

hannaball@bigp
               (08) 8847 2310 www.hannaball.com.au
ond.com.au




phil@topendtrai                www.topendtraining.ne
                (03) 5092 2064
ning.net.au                    t.au
mbridgeford@r
              (07) 3367 1380 www.rcs.au.com
cs.au.com




rti@dragnet.co                www.ruraltraininginitiat
               (02) 6035 7284
m.au                          ives.com.au




awilkins@agric.
                0429 884 956   www.agric.wa.gov.au
wa.gov.au




tonygleeson@al
               (07) 4666 4112 www.alms.org.au
m.org.au
mbridgeford@r
              (07) 3367 1380 www.rcs.au.com
cs.au.com




simone.fuller@
               (02) 6951 2544 www.profarm.com.au
dpi.nsw.gov.au



simone.fuller@
               (02) 6951 2544 www.profarm.com.au
dpi.nsw.gov.au




simone.fuller@
               (02) 6951 2544 www.profarm.com.au
dpi.nsw.gov.au




simone.fuller@
               (02) 6951 2544 www.profarm.com.au
dpi.nsw.gov.au




srt@hotkey.net.
                (07) 5493 2990
au


svagg@ncdea.e
              (03) 5623 1790 www.ncdea.edu.au
du.au
admin@smithan                www.smithandgeorg.co
              (08) 8389 1856
dgeorg.com.au                m.au



admin@smithan                www.smithandgeorg.co
              (08) 8389 1856
dgeorg.com.au                m.au




admin@smithan                www.smithandgeorg.co
              (08) 8389 1856
dgeorg.com.au                m.au




mick@grazingbe                www.grazingbestprac.c
               (07) 4938 3919
stprac.com.au                 om.au




debra.beerwort
                             www.kondinin.com.au/t
h@kondinin.co (02) 6921 5633
                             raining
m.au




tonygleeson@al
               (07) 4666 4112 www.alms.org.au
m.org.au
utemueller@sky
               036445 4286   n/a
mesh.com.au




workshops@faa
              0431 457 927   www.faaw.org.au
w.org.au




workshops@faa
              0431 457 927   www.faaw.org.au
w.org.au




workshops@faa
              0431 457 927   www.faaw.org.au
w.org.au
workshops@faa
              0431 457 927   www.faaw.org.au
w.org.au




workshops@faa
              0431 457 927   www.faaw.org.au
w.org.au




workshops@faa
              0431 457 927   www.faaw.org.au
w.org.au




kate.steel@rabo
                (02) 8115 4139 www.rabobank.com.au
bank.com




kate.steel@rabo
                (02) 8115 4139 www.rabobank.com.au
bank.com
skye.ward@rab
              02 8115 4139   www.rabobank.com.au
obank.com




simone.fuller@
               (02) 6951 2544 www.profarm.com.au
dpi.nsw.gov.au




training@agdat
               (07) 4632 8488 www.agdata.com.au
a.com.au




training@agdat
               (07) 4632 8488 www.agdata.com.au
a.com.au




training@agdat
               (07) 4632 8488 www.agdata.com.au
a.com.au
training@agdat
               (07) 4632 8488 www.agdata.com.au
a.com.au




kym@freerange
                               www.FreeRangePermac
permaculture.co (07) 4086 8019
                               ulture.com.au
m.au




kym@freerange
                               www.FreeRangePermac
permaculture.co (07) 4086 8019
                               ulture.com.au
m.au




jason.davidson
@entello.com.a (07) 3264 1122 www.nifs.net.au
u




simone.fuller@
               (02) 6951 2544 www.profarm.com.au
dpi.nsw.gov.au


simone.fuller@
               (02) 6951 2544 www.profarm.com.au
dpi.nsw.gov.au
arneyconsulting
                (08) 8388 0684
@bigpond.com




simone.fuller@
               (02) 6951 2544 www.profarm.com.au
dpi.nsw.gov.au




simone.fuller@
               (02) 6951 2544 www.profarm.com.au
dpi.nsw.gov.au




ani@iinet.net.a
                (03) 5022 2900 www.ani.edu.au
u




rfr@unimelb.ed                www.mtg.unimelb.edu.
               (03) 9250 6827
u.au                          au




graeme.hand@
             (03) 5578 6321
bigpond.com
graeme.hand@
             (03) 5578 6321
bigpond.com




sherwood@acti
              (08) 8756 4231
v8.net.au




apike@streamw                www.streamwise.com.a
              (03) 9904 4172
ise.com.au                   u




karen.fox@dee
              (07) 4631 5379 www.dpi.qld.gov.au
di.qld.gov.au
hmia@holisticm
                              www.holisticmanageme
anagement.org. (02) 6779 2286
                              nt.org.au
au




lkildey@rist.co
                  (03) 5573 0753 www.rist.com.au
m.au




hyltonkeele.lib
@saugov.sa.gov (08) 8226 0245 www.agbureau.com.au
.au




simone.fuller@
               (02) 6951 2544 www.profarm.com.au
dpi.nsw.gov.au



simone.fuller@
               (02) 6951 2544 www.profarm.com.au
dpi.nsw.gov.au



simone.fuller@
               (02) 6951 2544 www.profarm.com.au
dpi.nsw.gov.au
nickie.berrisford
                  (03) 5226 4075
@dpl.vic.gov.au




angus@pasture                www.pasturecropping.c
              (02) 6846 6393
cropping.com                 om




brookley.1@big                www.brookleyconsultin
               (02) 4933 6615
pond.com                      g.com.au




christiner@ecg.
                (03) 5622 6000 www.ecg.vic.edu.au
vic.edu.au
                              http://www.cashflowisk
training@agrim
               (08) 6380 8800 ing.com.au/support/far
aster.com.au
                              mready_training.phtml




leigh.egan@det.                www.illawarra.takensw.
                (02) 4229 0688
nsw.edu.au                     edu.au




simone.fuller@
               (02) 6951 2544 www.profarm.com.au
dpi.nsw.gov.au




mstephens@ms
             (03) 5341 6100 www.msanda.com.au
anda.com.au




simone.fuller@
               (02) 6951 2544 www.profarm.com.au
dpi.nsw.gov.au




wdate@backpa                www.backpaddock.com
             (02) 6964 7866
ddock.com.au                .au




matt@orm.com
             (03) 5441 6176 www.farm500.com.au
.au
rthompson@gre
                                www.greeningaustralia.
eningaustralia.o (07) 3902 4424
                                org.au
rg.au




Maelroan@bigp
              0428 910122       www.Maelroan.com.au
ond.com




Maelroan@bigp
              0428 910122       www.Maelroan.com.au
ond.com




tbaker@ruraldir                www.ruraldirections.co
                (08) 8842 1103
ections.com                    m


simone.fuller@
               (02) 6951 2544 www.profarm.com.au
dpi.nsw.gov.au




ksims@ruralbizt                www.ruralbiztraining.co
                (02) 6884 8812
raining.com.au                 m.au
gregvmarr@peo
              (07) 4162 3840 www.iastechvet.com.au
ple.net.au




manager@fsccc.
               (02) 6492 0052 www.fsccc.org.au
org.au




lkildey@rist.co
                  (03) 5573 0753 www.rist.com.au
m.au




paulkramer62@                www.environmentaustr
              (07) 3425 2237
yahoo.com.au                 alia.com.au




green.planet@o                   www.greenplanetconsul
ptusnet.com.au                   tancies.com.au/courses
Maelroan@bigp
              0428 910122      www.Maelroan.com.au
ond.com




simone.fuller@
               (02) 6951 2544 www.profarm.com.au
dpi.nsw.gov.au




awilkins@agric.
                0429 884 956   www.agric.wa.gov.au
wa.gov.au




Kate.Stothers@
               (03) 5761 1572 www.dse.vic.gov.au
dpi.vic.gov.au
Kaye.spark@en
                               www.enviroaccounts.co
viroaccounts.co (07) 3376 4638
                               m.au
m.au




timmc@tpg.co
                (07) 4039 4467 www.lss.net.au
m.au




jclark@britafe.vi
                  (03) 5434 1855 www.britafe.vic.edu.au
c.edu.au




jclark@britafe.vi
                  (03) 5434 1855 www.britafe.vic.edu.au
c.edu.au
jclark@britafe.vi
                  (03) 5434 1855 www.britafe.vic.edu.au
c.edu.au




jclark@britafe.vi
                  (03) 5434 1855 www.britafe.vic.edu.au
c.edu.au




jclark@britafe.vi
                  (03) 5434 1855 www.britafe.vic.edu.au
c.edu.au




jclark@britafe.vi
                  (03) 5434 1855 www.britafe.vic.edu.au
c.edu.au




jclark@britafe.vi
                  (03) 5434 1855 www.britafe.vic.edu.au
c.edu.au
jclark@britafe.vi
                  (03) 5434 1855 www.britafe.vic.edu.au
c.edu.au




jclark@britafe.vi
                  (03) 5434 1855 www.britafe.vic.edu.au
c.edu.au




jclark@britafe.vi
                  (03) 5434 1855 www.britafe.vic.edu.au
c.edu.au




jclark@britafe.vi
                  (03) 5434 1855 www.britafe.vic.edu.au
c.edu.au




srt@hotkey.net.
                (07) 5493 2990
au




Sarah.Challis@d
                (03) 5761 1573 www.dpi.vic.gov.au
pi.gov.au
info@westernco
               (02) 6884 2889 westerncollege.com.au
llege.com.au




karen.fox@dee
              (07) 4631 5379 www.dpi.qld.gov.au
di.qld.gov.au




gvc@dairybusin                www.dairybusinesscent
               (03) 5831 2176
esscentre.com                 re.com




simone.fuller@
               (02) 6951 2544 www.profarm.com.au
dpi.nsw.gov.au
liz.mcquire@mu
                               www.murrayvalleywine
rrayvalleywineg (03) 5021 3911
                               grapes.com.au
rapes.com.au




joanne@farmte
              0429 930 770       www.farmtek.com.au
k.com.au



tbaker@ruraldir                www.ruraldirections.co
                (08) 8842 1103
ections.com                    m


srt@hotkey.net.
                (07) 5493 2990
au




lkildey@rist.co
                  (03) 5573 0753 www.rist.com.au
m.au
brookley.1@big                www.brookleyconsultin
               (02) 4933 6615
pond.com                      g.com.au




simone.fuller@
               (02) 6951 2544 www.profarm.com.au
dpi.nsw.gov.au




natalie@hs-
               (02) 6931 7110 www.hs-a.com.au
a.com.au
gleach@seqcatc                www.seqcatchments.co
               (07) 3211 4404
hments.com.au                 m.au




smckenry@swin
              03 9210 1903       www.swin.edu.au/ncs
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admin@smithan                www.smithandgeorg.co
              (08) 8389 1856
dgeorg.com.au                m.au




admin@smithan                www.smithandgeorg.co
              (08) 8389 1856
dgeorg.com.au                m.au




sonialee@intern
                (03) 5674 1543
ode.on.net
ksims@ruralbizt                www.ruralbiztraining.co
                (02) 6884 8812
raining.com.au                 m.au




ksims@ruralbizt                www.ruralbiztraining.co
                (02) 6884 8812
raining.com.au                 m.au




ksims@ruralbizt                www.ruralbiztraining.co
                (02) 6884 8812
raining.com.au                 m.au




mick@grazingbe                www.grazingbestprac.c
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stprac.com.au                 om.au




hdc2@iinet.net.
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hdc2@iinet.net.
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au
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training@agrim
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aster.com.au
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wendy@wde.co
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sales@breakitd                www.breakitdown.com.
               (02) 6782 1781
own.com.au                    au




karenh@highres                 www.highresolutions.co
                (07) 3129 1754
olutions.com.au                m.au
swallace@grow
              (07) 4613 1066 www.growcom.com.au
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Farmready@tm
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srt@hotkey.net.
                (07) 5493 2990
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jhurst@principl                www.principlefocus.co
                (02) 6658 0775
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simone.fuller@
               (02) 6951 2544 www.profarm.com.au
dpi.nsw.gov.au
mick@grazingbe                www.grazingbestprac.c
               (07) 4938 3919
stprac.com.au                 om.au




cdowling@back                 www.backpaddock.com
               (07) 3821 3577
paddock.com.au                .au


cdowling@back                 www.backpaddock.com
               (07) 3821 3577
paddock.com.au                .au




mbridgeford@r
              (07) 3367 1380 www.rcs.au.com
cs.au.com




donald.bertram
@tafensw.edu.a (02) 6939 5000 www.rit.tafensw.edu.au
u
jweatherley@ml
                               www.mla.com.au
a.com.au




wendy@wde.co
             (08) 8260 1233
m.au




alivingstone@gr
                (07) 3620 3844 www.growcom.com.au
owcom.com.au




natalie@hs-
                 (02) 6931 7110 www.hs-a.com.au
a.com.au




ltaig@gotafe.vic
                 (03) 5833 2851 www.gotafe.vic.edu.au
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jeanette@agcon                www.partnersingrain.or
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hodge.rob@big                 www.roberthodge.com.
              0417 230 072
pond.com                      au




simone.fuller@
               (02) 6951 2544 www.profarm.com.au
dpi.nsw.gov.au




con.simos@awri
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andy.chambers
                             www.greenochre.com.a
@greenochre.c (08) 8354 3498
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om.au
jennifer.sharp@
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farmcarewa@bi                    www.chemcertwa.com.
              08 9341 5325
gpond.com                        au




anthony.mcgow
                             www.nci.tafensw.edu.a
an@tafensw.ed (02) 6659 3148
                             u
u.au




heather.agex@b
               (08) 8627 4056 www.agex.org.au
igpond.com




simone.fuller@
               (02) 6951 2544 www.profarm.com.au
dpi.nsw.gov.au
rebbeck.melissa
@saugov.sa.gov (08) 8303 9639 www.sardi.sa.gov.au
.au




training@agdat
               (07) 4632 8488 www.agdata.com.au
a.com.au




simone.fuller@
               (02) 6951 2544 www.profarm.com.au
dpi.nsw.gov.au




info@westernco
               (02) 6884 2889 westerncollege.com.au
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info@westernco
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paul@agit.com.
               (07) 3802 1458 www.agit.com.au
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peter@notman
               (03) 5659 2314
pasture.com.au




donald.bertram
@tafensw.edu.a (02) 6939 5000 www.rit.tafensw.edu.au
u




suzi@nutri-
               (07) 5472 9900 www.nutri-tech.com.au
tech.vom.su




simone.fuller@
               (02) 6951 2544 www.profarm.com.au
dpi.nsw.gov.au
ksims@ruralbizt                www.ruralbiztraining.co
                (02) 6884 8812
raining.com.au                 m.au




matt@orm.com
             (03) 5441 6176 www.farm500.com.au
.au




lkildey@rist.co
                  (03) 5573 0753 www.rist.com.au
m.au




kim.king@redriv
                (02) 6366 8262 www.redriver.com.au
er.com.au




chris@co-
                                 www.co-op.ac.uk
op.ac.uk
judyvandervegt
@sureway.com. (02) 6923 9201 www.sureway.com.au
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ksims@ruralbizt                www.ruralbiztraining.co
                (02) 6884 8812
raining.com.au                 m.au




paul@agit.com.
               (07) 3802 1458 www.agit.com.au
au




Maelroan@bigp
              0428 910122      www.Maelroan.com.au
ond.com




Maelroan@bigp
              0428 910122      www.Maelroan.com.au
ond.com




Maelroan@bigp
              0428 910122      www.Maelroan.com.au
ond.com
Maelroan@bigp
              0428 910122        www.Maelroan.com.au
ond.com




jessica.weeks@                www.cbhoperations.co
               (08) 9416 1359
cbh.com.au                    m.au




jessica.weeks@                www.cbhoperations.co
               (08) 9416 1359
cbh.com.au                    m.au




annebotting@gl
                                 www.globaltraining.net.
obaltraining.net. 1800 998 500
                                 au
au




annebotting@gl
                                 www.globaltraining.net.
obaltraining.net. 1800 998 500
                                 au
au
annebotting@gl
                                 www.globaltraining.net.
obaltraining.net. 1800 998 500
                                 au
au




annebotting@gl
                                 www.globaltraining.net.
obaltraining.net. 1800 998 500
                                 au
au




kim.lee@raboba
               (02) 6362 5311 www.rabobank.com.au
nk.com




e.winter@bigpo
               (03) 9561 8511
nd.net.au




norman.madde
n@tafensw.edu. (02) 6977 3700 www.rit.tafensw.edu.au
au
jessup@mcmedi
              0419 164 916       www.affco.com.au
a.com.au




Danny@Australi
anBeeServices.c (08) 8837 4364
om.au




susangleeson@f
               (07) 3839 3772 www.fgt.com.au
gt.com.au




rees.rob@bigpo
               (08) 8388 6142
nd.com
susangleeson@f
               (07) 3839 3772 www.fgt.com.au
gt.com.au




susangleeson@f
               (07) 3839 3772 www.fgt.com.au
gt.com.au




susangleeson@f
               (07) 3839 3772 www.fgt.com.au
gt.com.au




susangleeson@f
               (07) 3839 3772 www.fgt.com.au
gt.com.au




kirsten@milkwo                www.MilkwoodPermac
               (02) 6373 7763
od.net                        ulture.com.au
martine.combre
t@agric.wa.gov. (08) 9760 6272 www.agric.wa.gov.au
au




sales@breakitd                www.breakitdown.com.
               (02) 6782 1781
own.com.au                    au




agrisolutions@d                www.agriculturalsolutio
                (03) 5627 8663
csi.net.au                     ns.com.au




trainingmanager
                              www.tareecc.nsw.edu.a
@tareecc.nsw.e (02) 6551 0636
                              u
du.au
donna@mulloo
ncreeknaturalfa (02) 6238 1395 www.mcnf.com.au
rms.com




donna@mulloo
ncreeknaturalfa (02) 6238 1395 www.mcnf.com.au
rms.com




apike@streamw                www.streamwise.com.a
              (03) 9904 4172
ise.com.au                   u




jclark@britafe.vi
                  (03) 5434 1855
c.edu.au;                        www.britafe.vic.edu.au
                  or (03) 9017
david.johnson@                   or www.greeneye.com
                  1867
greeneye.com
info@frontlines                www.frontlineservices.c
                (02) 4322 2667
ervices.com.au                 om.au




rebbeck.melissa
@saugov.sa.gov (08) 8303 9639 www.sardi.sa.gov.au
.au




kirsten@milkwo                www.MilkwoodPermac
               (02) 6373 7763
od.net                        ulture.com.au




jgrigg@sunitafe.
                 (03) 5022 3954 www.sunitafe.edu.au
edu.au
brucemaynard                www.stressfreestockma
             (02) 6889 0110
@bigpond.com                nship.com




david.barber@d
               (07) 5464 8742 www.dpi.qld.gov.au
pi.qld.gov.au




glmcfarlane@ne
               (03) 5255 5355
tlink.com.au




karen.fox@dee
              (07) 4631 5379 www.dpi.qld.gov.au
di.qld.gov.au
kerrie@agconne                www.agconnections.co
               (02) 6043 2406
ctions.com.au                 m.au




kerrie@agconne                www.agconnections.co
               (02) 6043 2406
ctions.com.au                 m.au




greg@santfa.co
               (08) 8842 4278 www.santfa.com.au
m.au
con.simos@awri
               (08) 8303 6622 www.awri.com.au
.com.au




pfsq@bigpond.c
               (07) 5483 6536 www.pfsq.net
om




angus@pasture                www.pasturecropping.c
              (02) 6846 6393
cropping.com                 om




adlia@bigpond.                www.partnersingrain.or
               02 6035 0541
com                           g.au
pbutler@compa
                               www.companydirectors
nydirectors.com (02) 6248 5954
                               .com.au
.au




don@boothtech
              (08) 9398 8707 www.boothtech.com.au
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sandy@hs-
               (02) 6931 7110 www.hs-a.com.au
a.com.au




kym@freerange
                               www.FreeRangePermac
permaculture.co (07) 4086 8019
                               ulture.com.au
m.au
kirsten@milkwo                www.MilkwoodPermac
               (02) 6373 7763
od.net                        ulture.com.au




chris@chrishou                www.chrishoughtonag.c
               (02) 4832 0803
ghtonag.com.au                om.au




gillianj@acenc.c                www.acenorthcoast.co
                 (02) 6621 6360
om                              m.au
gillianj@acenc.c                www.acenorthcoast.co
                 (02) 6621 6360
om                              m.au




gillianj@acenc.c                www.acenorthcoast.co
                 (02) 6621 6360
om                              m.au




carol.richards@                www.widebay.tafe.qld.g
                (07) 4150 5811
deta.qld.gov.au                ov.au




kim.king@redriv
                (02) 6366 8262 www.redriver.com.au
er.com.au
wdate@backpa                www.backpaddock.com
             (02) 6964 7866
ddock.com.au                .au




anthony.mcgow
                             www.nci.tafensw.edu.a
an@tafensw.ed (02) 6659 3148
                             u
u.au




jeff@ctfsolution                www.ctfsolutions.com.a
                 (07) 3378 5249
s.com.au                        u




jeff@ctfsolution                www.ctfsolutions.com.a
                 (07) 3378 5249
s.com.au                        u




jeff@ctfsolution                www.ctfsolutions.com.a
                 (07) 3378 5249
s.com.au                        u
jeff@ctfsolution                www.ctfsolutions.com.a
                 (07) 3378 5249
s.com.au                        u




graeme.hand@
             (03) 5578 6321
bigpond.com




peter@3d-
               (02) 6923 9000
ag.com.au




donald.bertram
@tafensw.edu.a (02) 6939 5000 www.rit.tafensw.edu.au
u




donald.bertram
@tafensw.edu.a (02) 6939 5000 www.rit.tafensw.edu.au
u
john.martin@ta
               (02) 9208 7446 www.tafensw.edu.au
fensw.edu.au




Farmready@tm
             (08) 8339 1250 www.tmorganics.com
organics.com




simone.fuller@
               (02) 6951 2544 www.profarm.com.au
dpi.nsw.gov.au




budgalong2@bi
              (02) 6846 6285 www.kinseyag.com
gpond.com
jkarlsson@agric.
                 08 9821 3333   www.agric.wa.gov.au
wa.gov.au




Natasha.Hender
son@gstafe.wa. (08) 9892 8829 www.gstafe.wa.edu.au
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greg@santfa.co
               (08) 8842 4278 www.santfa.com.au
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admin@carbon                www.carbonhouse.com.
             (07) 3103 2690
house.com.au                au




admin@carbon                www.carbonhouse.com.
             (07) 3103 2690
house.com.au                au
tbaker@ruraldir                www.ruraldirections.co
                (08) 8842 1103
ections.com                    m




els@swrc.wa.ed
               (08) 9780 7262 www.swrc.wa.edu.au
u.au




judyallan@bigp                www.mushrooms.net.a
               (02) 6767 1057
ond.com                       u


matt@orm.com
             (03) 5441 6176 www.farm500.com.au
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sonialee@intern
                (03) 5674 1543
ode.on.net




countrycotrain.a
udit@bigpond.c (07) 4639 4919
om
lkildey@rist.co
                  (03) 5573 0753 www.rist.com.au
m.au




pam.francis@ce
                                 www.centralwest.wa.ed
ntralwest.wa.ed 08 9956 2704
                                 u.au
u.au




tbaker@ruraldir                www.ruraldirections.co
                (08) 8842 1103
ections.com                    m




louisa@carbonc                 www.carbonfarmersofa
                (02) 6374 0329
oalition.com.au                ustralia.com.au
mstephens@ms
             (03) 5341 6100 www.msanda.com.au
anda.com.au




John.Scott@cyo                 www.cyoctafe.wa.edu.a
                08 9622 6708
ctafe.wa.edu.au                u




rebbeck.melissa
@saugov.sa.gov (08) 8303 9639 www.sardi.sa.gov.au
.au




rebbeck.melissa
@saugov.sa.gov (08) 8303 9639 www.sardi.sa.gov.au
.au
rebbeck.melissa
@saugov.sa.gov (08) 8303 9639 www.sardi.sa.gov.au
.au




rebbeck.melissa
@saugov.sa.gov (08) 8303 9639 www.sardi.sa.gov.au
.au




rebbeck.melissa
@saugov.sa.gov (08) 8303 9639 www.sardi.sa.gov.au
.au




terry@epar.com                http://turfproducers.ep
               (02) 4961 4060
.au                           ar.com.au
terry@epar.com                http://wine.epar.com.a
               (02) 4961 4060
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simone.fuller@
               (02) 6951 2544 www.profarm.com.au
dpi.nsw.gov.au




nickie.berrisford
                  (03) 5226 4075
@dpl.vic.gov.au




starxag@bigpon
               (03) 5384 7211 www.kinseyag.com
d.com




paul.drendel@c
               (03) 5381 1655 www.capitis.com.au
apitis.com.au
paul.drendel@c
               (03) 5381 1655 www.capitis.com.au
apitis.com.au




paul.drendel@c
               (03) 5381 1655 www.capitis.com.au
apitis.com.au




mick@grazingbe                www.grazingbestprac.c
               (07) 4938 3919
stprac.com.au                 om.au




mick@grazingbe                www.grazingbestprac.c
               (07) 4938 3919
stprac.com.au                 om.au
matt@orm.com
             03 5441 6176    www.farm500.com.au
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martin.hollebra
ndse@ecaas.co 0429 300 696   www.ecaas.com
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martin.hollebra
ndse@ecaas.co 0429 300 696   www.ecaas.com
m
geoff@permacu                www.permaculture.org.
              (02) 6688 6578
lture.org.au                 au




geoff@permacu                www.permaculture.org.
              (02) 6688 6578
lture.org.au                 au




whittle.brett.d
                             www.bioplanning.com.a
@edumail.vic.g
                             u
ov.au




cheryl@farming                www.farminganswers.c
               (03) 5727 3931
answers.com                   om
ipmtechnologies                  www.ipmtechnologies.c
                03 9710 1554
@bigpond.com                     om.au




farmcarewa@bi                    www.chemcertwa.com.
              08 9341 5325
gpond.com.au                     au




sallykeith@optu
                (08) 9471 9818
snet.com.au




lkildey@rist.co
                  (03) 5573 0943 www.rist.com.au
m.au
louisa@carbonc                 wwwcarbonfarmersofa
                02 6374 0329
oalition.com.au                ustralia.com.au




Maelroan@bigp
              0428 910 122     www.Maelroan.com.au
ond.com




col.paton@dpi.
               07 4622 9913    www.mla.com.au
qld.gov.au




col.paton@dpi.
               08 4622 9913    www.mla.com.au
qld.gov.au
simone.fuller@
               (02) 6951 2544 www.profarm.com.au
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doug@tmorgani
              08 8339 1250       www.tmorganics.com
cs.com




doug@tmorgani
              08 8339 1250       www.tmorganics.com
cs.com




doug@tmorgani
              08 8339 1250       www.tmorganics.com
cs.com


nickie.berrisford
                  03 5226 4075
@dpl.vic.gov.au
andrew_farmpo
                               www.precisionagricultu
s@westnet.com 0458 312 589
                               re.com.au
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jeffclewett@agr
                07 4696 8096   www.agroclim.com.au
oclim.com.au




admin@catbon                   www.carbonhouse.com.
             07 3844 4595
house.com.au                   au




scott@devineag
                               www.devineagribusines
ribusiness.com. 07 3211 9098
                               s.com.au
au
green.planet@o                www.greenplanetconsul
               0421 281 257
ptusnet.com.au                tancies.com.au/courses




tundra.howe@t
              03 6423 6008    www.tqainc.com.au
qainc.com.au
david@biz4orve
               07 4630 8069
.com




david@biz4orce
               07 4630 8069
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mbridgeford@r
              07 3367 1380    www.rcs.au.com
cs.au.com
Natasha.Hender
son@gstafe.wa. 08 9892 8829   www.gstafe.wa.edu.au
edu.au




scottk@agforce
               07 4699 5520   www.agforceqld.org.au
qld.org.au




scott@devineag
                              www.devineagribusines
ribusiness.com. 8 3211 9098
                              s.com.au
au




scott@devineag
                              www.devineagribusines
ribusiness.com. 9 3211 9098
                              s.com.au
au
libt@aapt.net.a
                0414 629 810   N/A
u




pbutler@compa
                               www.companydirectors
nydirectors.com 02 6248 5954
                               .com.au
.au




pbutler@compa
                               www.companydirectors
nydirectors.com 02 6248 5954
                               .com.au
.au
pbutler@compa
                              www.companydirectors
nydirectors.com 3 6248 5954
                              .com.au
.au




pbutler@compa
                              www.companydirectors
nydirectors.com 4 6248 5954
                              .com.au
.au




farmcarewa@bi                 www.chemcertwa.com.
              08 9341 5325
gpond.com                     au
terry.sofra@sof
                03 5831 3499   www.cofcorp.com.au
corp/com.au




natalie@hs-
               02 6931 7110    www.hs-a.com.au
a.com.au




maelron@bigpo
              0428 910 122     www.Maelroan.com.au
nd.com




services@swep.
               03 9701 6007    www.swep.com.au
com.au
helenaw@bigpo
              1300 853 508
ond.net.au




john.scott@cyo                   www.cyoctafe.wa.edu.a
                08 9622 0900
ctafe.wa.edu.au                  u




lkidley@rist.co
                  03 5573 0943   www.rist.com.au
m.au




denis.sparrow@                   www.ruralsolutions.sa.g
               08 8595 9133
sa.gov.au                        ov.au
rbs@qld.chariot
                07 4095 4310   N/A
.net,au




clare@freshcare
                1300 853 508   N/A
.com.au




rontyas@bigpon
               07 3886 6200    N/A
d.com
info@frontlines                www.frontlineservices.c
                02 4322 2667
ervices.com.au                 om.au




robyn@palmerp
              08 8260 3866     N/A
roduce.com.au




terry@epar.com                 http://turfproducers.ep
               0412 294 514
.au                            ar.com.au
terry@epar.com                 http://wine.epar.com.a
               0412 294 514
.au                            u




bfarrugia@swin.
                03 9210 1903   www.swin.edu.au/ncs
edu.au




pam.francis@ce
                               www.centralwest.wa.ed
ntralwest.wa.ed 08 9956 2705
                               u.au
u.au




matt@orm.com
             03 5441 6176      www.farm500.com.au
.au
merline@soilfo                www.soilfoodweb.com.
               02 6622 5150
odweb.com.au                  au




sandy.pete@wa                 www.perthregionnrm.c
              08 9374 3320
ter.wa.gov.au                 om




rontyas@bigpon
               07 3886 6200   N/A
d.com
tundra.howe@t
              03 6423 6008     www.tqainc.com.au
qainc.com.au




james.gorrie@tr
                1300 853 508   www.trainsafe.net
ainsafe.net




tbaker@ruraldir                www.ruraldirections.co
                08 8842 1103
ections.com                    m




qmgs@bigpond.
              0428 743 331     N/A
com
gmcdonald@gro
              8 3620 3844      www.growcom.com.au
wcom.com.au




gmcdonald@gro
              07 3620 3844     www.growcom.com.au
wcom.com.au




clare@freshcare
                1300 853 508   www.rudge.com.au
.com.au
clare@freshcare
                1301 853 508   www.rudge.com.au
.com.au




helenaw@bigpo
              03 5429 5220     N/A
ond.net.au
clare@freshcare
                1300 853 508   N/A
.com.au




farmcarewa@bi
              08 9341 5325     www.gstafe.wa.edu.au
gpond.com
els@swrc.wa.ed
               08 9780 7262    www.swrc.wa.edu.au
u.au




clare@freshcare
                1300 853 508   N/A
.com.au
clare@freshcare
                1300 853 508   N/A
.com.au




merline@soilfo                 www.soilfoodweb.com.
               02 6622 5150
odweb.com.au                   au




info@frontlines                www.frontlineservices.c
                0411 139 706
ervices.com.au                 om.au
tonygleeson@al
               07 4666 4112   www.alms.org.au
m.org.au




simon@prwagri.
               07 4658 1512   N/A
com.au




mlehman@agr
               03 6498 6890   www.agrm.com.au
m.com.au
paul.moosberge
                               www.nci.tafensw.edu.a
r@tafensw.edu, 02 6620 4745
                               u
au




sonialee@intern
                03 5674 1543   N/A
ode.on.net




sonialee@intern
                4 5674 1543    N/A
ode.on.net




jennifer.sharp@
                02 6396 2606   N/A
tafensw.edu.au
tbaker@ruraldir                www.ruraldirections.co
                08 8842 1103
ections.com                    m




greg@santfa.co
               08 8842 4278    www.santfa.com.au
m.au




rightvit@bigpon
                03 5977 6780   www.theaiv.com.au
d.net.au




tbaker@ruraldir                www.ruraldirections.co
                08 8842 1103
ections.com                    m
tbaker@ruraldir                www.ruraldirections.co
                08 8842 1103
ections.com                    m




tbaker@ruraldir                www.ruraldirections.co
                10 8842 1103
ections.com                    m




tbaker@ruraldir                www.ruraldirections.co
                9 8842 1103
ections.com                    m




judy.m.lee@taf                 www.newengland.tafen
               02 6742 9614
ensw.edu.au                    sw.edu.au
david.minkey@
              08 6488 1647    www.wantfa.com.au
wantfa.com.au




wendy.corbett
                              www.cyoctafe.wa.edu.a
@cyoctafe.wa.e 08 9622 0900
                              u
du.au




esther@estherp                www.westerndairy.com
               08 9525 9222
rice.com.au                   .au




commtrad@big                  www.smithandgeorg.co
             03 9387 6709
pond.net.au                   m.au
simone.fuller@
               (02) 6951 2544 www.tocal.com
dpi.nsw.gov.au




donna@mulloo
ncreeknaturalfa 02 6238 1395   www.mcnf.com.au
rms.com




james@orm.co
             03 5441 6176      www.orm.com.au
m.au




tbaker@ruraldir                www.ruraldirections.co
                08 8842 1103
ections.com                    m
Maelroan@bigp
              0428 910 122   www.Maelroan.com.au
ond.com




Maelroan@bigp
              429 910 122    www.Maelroan.com.au
ond.com
joe.garnham@a                 www.agriculturalcollege
              07 4672 3201
acc.edu.au                    .qld.gov.edu.au




svagg@ncdea.e
              03 5662 4659    www.ncdea.edu.au
du.au




                              www.farmconsultant.co
aba@rrg.com.au 03 5229 6196
                              m.au




rstb@bigpond.c                www.regionalskillstraini
               08 8835 1362
om                            ng.com
rstb@bigpond.c                www.regionalskillstraini
               08 8835 1362
om                            ng.com




rstb@bigpond.c                www.regionalskillstraini
               08 8835 1362
om                            ng.com




rstb@bigpond.c                www.regionalskillstraini
               08 8835 1362
om                            ng.com




rstb@bigpond.c                www.regionalskillstraini
               08 8835 1362
om                            ng.com




rstb@bigpond.c                www.regionalskillstraini
               08 8835 1362
om                            ng.com




ben@coursesdir                www.coursesdirect.com
               1800 663 989
ect.com.au                    .au
ben@coursesdir                www.coursesdirect.com
               1804 663 989
ect.com.au                    .au




ben@coursesdir                www.coursesdirect.com
               1805 663 989
ect.com.au                    .au




ben@coursesdir                www.coursesdirect.com
               1802 663 989
ect.com.au                    .au




ben@coursesdir                www.coursesdirect.com
               1806 663 989
ect.com.au                    .au
ben@coursesdir                www.coursesdirect.com
               1803 663 989
ect.com.au                    .au




ben@coursesdir                www.coursesdirect.com
               1807 663 989
ect.com.au                    .au




ben@coursesdir                www.coursesdirect.com
               1808 663 989
ect.com.au                    .au
ben@coursesdir                www.coursesdirect.com
               1801 663 989
ect.com.au                    .au




ben@coursesdir                www.coursesdirect.gov.
               1800 663 989
ect.com.au                    au




ben@coursesdir                www.coursesdirect.com
               1800 663 989
ect.com.au                    .au
ben@coursesdir                www.coursesdirect.com
               1800 663 989
ect.com.au                    .au




ben@coursesdir                www.coursesdirect.com
               1800 663 989
ect.com.au                    .au




ben@coursesdir                www.coursesdirect.gov.
               1800 663 989
ect.com.au                    au




ben@coursesdir                www.coursesdirect.com
               1800 663 989
ect.com.au                    .au
tbaker@ruraldir                www.ruraldirections.co
                08 8842 1103
ections.com                    m




gioia.small@fos
                08 8301 5590   www.fostersgroup.com
tersgroup.com




ksims@ruralbizt                www.ruralbiztraining.co
                02 6884 8812
raining.com.au                 m.au
mcfresh@net-
               03 5157 1229    N/A
tech.com.au




gerard.kelly@in
dustry.nsw.gov. 03 5019 8406   N/A
au




gerard.kelly@in
dustry.nsw.gov. 03 5019 8406   N/A
au
lkildey@rist.co
                  03 5573 0943   www.rist.com.au
m.au




helenaw@bigpo
              03 5429 5220       N/A
nd.net.au




helenaw@bigpo
              03 5429 5220       N/A
nd.net.au
merline@soilfo                 www.soilfoodweb.com.
               02 6622 5150
odweb.com.au                   au




info@frontlines                www.frontlineservices.c
                0411 139 706
ervices.com.au                 om.au




sandy@hs-
               02 6931 7110    www.hs-a.com.au
a.com.au
peter.newley@i
ndustry.nsw.gov 02 6650 3111   N/A
.au




peter.newley@i
ndustry.nsw.gov 02 6650 3111   N/A
.au




nmorley@rurald                 www.ruraldirections.co
               08 8842 1103
irections.com                  m
mbridgeford@r
              07 3367 1380      www.rcs.au.com
cs.au.com


brett@bioplanni                 www.bioplanning.com.a
                0419 356 321
ng.com.au                       u


sallykeith@optu
                0404 876 399    N/A
snet.com.au




rhonda.daly@yl
                                www.yladlivingsoils.co
adlvingsoils.com 02 6382 2165
                                m.au
.au




rhonda.daly@yl
                                www.yladlivingsoils.co
adlivingsoils.co 02 6382 2165
                                m.au
m.au




sales@fusionfar
                03 9010 5065    www.fusionfarms.com
ms.com
sales@fusionfar
                03 9010 5065   www.fusionfarms.com
ms.com




sales@fusionfar
                03 9010 5065   www.fusionfarms.com
ms.com




don@boothtech
              08 9398 8707     www.boothtech.com.au
.com.au




Maelroan@bigp
              0428 910 122     www.Maelroan.com.au
ond.com




ashtonba@gmai
              08 8682 2817     N/A
l.com
wvicag0001@bi
              (03) 5383 8288 N/A
gpond.com




rbs@qld.chariot
                07 4095 4310   N/A
.net.au




rbs@qld.chariot
                07 4095 4310   N/A
.net.au
tbaker@ruraldir                www.ruraldirections.co
                08 8842 1103
ections.com                    m




pam.francis@ce
                               www.centralwest.wa.ed
ntralwest.wa.ed 08 9956 2704
                               u.au
u.au




maelroan@bigp
              08 9731 2881     www.Maelroan.com.au
ond.com.au
rogrady@bigpo
              02 6621 6088     www.smartbugs.com.au
nd.net.au




tseymour@ncde
              03 5624 1402     www.ncdea.edu.au
a.edu.au




mark.gardner@
              02 6885 1925     www.vbs.net.au
vbs.net.au




jheaslip@sunita
                03 5091 0400   www.sunitafe.edu.au
fe.edu.au
kym@freerange
                               www.FreeRangePermac
permaculture.co 07 4086 8019
                               ulture.com.au
m.au




                               www.cashflowisking.co
kate.martin@ag
                08 6380 8823   m.au/support/farmread
rimaster.com.au
                               y_training.phtml




basil@daveyand                 www.daveyandmaynard.
               03 6424 9311
maynard.com.au                 com.au




lprime@gotafe.
               0409 425 976    www.ncdea.edu.au
vic.edu.au
peter.delacy@gr
                0409 370 703   www.growsa.com.au
owsa.com.au

				
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