Diploma of Agriculture
Course overviewBack to Primary Industries, Horticulture & Environment
- North West
- Mixed Learning
- Subsidised $ 11,000.00
- Commercial $ 18,877.00
- Fees & payment guide
Please note: The course overview is intended as a guide only. Not all courses are available at all locations or through all study types and attendance options. Please check Locations, Dates and Times below or enquire for further information.
Advance your career in today’s Agriculture sector with this high-level qualification.
This course is designed to develop the planning and management skills of people currently working in the rural industry managing enterprise production units, and/or employees including farm owners, managers and agricultural service providers.
This course has a strong focus on practical skills and hands-on learning in a real-work setting, and you will develop a broad range of advanced skills and knowledge in how to manage both livestock and/or crop production. You’ll also learn how to market your products and services, and prepare and monitor budgets, as well as develop farm and business plans, climate risk strategies and sustainable land strategies.
This course is offered in a workshop style format where you will attend workshops relevant to your development needs across a broad range of topics. The 2-day workshops are held every four weeks and include a range of industry experts, contemporary learning resources and reference materials, and quality take home tools in a format that suit people who are already employed in the industry.
Locations, dates & times
|Burnie||2 Aug 2022 -|
1 Aug 2024
You can commence this course at any time provided you have a suitable workplace. You are required to attend online and face to face workshops throughout the course duration.
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- Farm Production Manager
- Production Unit Manager
- Station/Property Manager