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Online learning for busy farmers August 19, 2009

Posted by ctcoberon in rural training.
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RuralBiz Training
Learning is a treasure that follows its owner everywhere Chinese proverb

Chemical Card Plus Online

  • Do your Chemical user training without leaving the farm! Online workshop plus home study  – participants receive a home study pack, and have to complete 4 short tasks before attending an interactive online workshop (on your computer).
  • Initial training – home study plus online workshop – $255pp
  • Refresher training – home study plus online workshop – $165pp

Understanding Farm Financial Statements Online

  • FarmReady approved – course costs reimbursed for eligible Primary Producers and their families.
  • Get value out of those financial statements your accountant prepares each year.  Learn to read and understand what they’re saying about your business, and a few traps for the unwary.  Suitable for all farmers, even if you don’t like doing figures!
  • Cost: $220pp (incl GST)

QuickChecks Online

  • FarmReady approved – course costs reimbursed for eligible Primary Producers and their families.
  • Take a snapshot of the environmental health of your farm in 3-4 hours using the simple tools you’ll learn in this workshop (looking at pastures, soils, woody vegetation, watercourses, paddock production and birds). It’s easy, fun and the whole family can get involved!
  • Cost: $275pp (incl GST)

About RuralBiz Training

  • We provide quality training for farm and small businesses that is great value, professional and practical. Our training is flexible – designed with rural businesses in mind.
  • We will be increasing our range available under FarmReady in the next few months so keep an eye on our website (www.ruralbiztraining.com.au) for the latest details.

Visit the RuralBiz Training website to register and to find out more about the courses. Once you have registered, you can do the corses online at your local CTC  where we have high speed internet access.

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