Agricultural consulting and farm management training

Who is this training for?

Two core units (subjects) are available at UNE that encompass agricultural consulting and farm management. These two units can be studied in a number of part-time, external courses. These two units are for people who work, or plan to work, in farm management, agricultural consulting/extension /advisory roles or other jobs that require professional farm management knowledge. It is applicable to all agricultural sectors. This distance education course suits professionals already working.

What prior qualifications and experience are needed?

None are required to study the units (subjects), however, your qualifications and experience will determine the course in which you can be admitted. (Units/subjects can only be studied as part of a course).


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Sheep CRC supports students in rural science
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New opportunities in agricultural consulting
Combining university study with part time work and running a successful sheep stud is a demanding task, but the new skills acquired are paying dividends for western Victorian producer Debbie Milne. About to complete the Graduate Certificate in Agriculture (Agricultural Consultancy), jointly developed by Cooperative Research Centre for Sheep Industry Innovation (Sheep CRC) and the University of New England (UNE), Mrs Milne is... Click Here To Read Full Article »
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