Skills Impact invites you to attend a free workshop, to support the development of national units of competency and skill sets for carbon farming.
Your feedback matters
Sustainable farming and agricultural practices are growing increasingly important, but there are few nationally accredited units, skill sets or qualifications to support training in this area. There is also a growing interest from farmers in diversifying activities and income through carbon farming practices.
It is important that training provides a skilled and flexible workforce for the future. National units and skill sets for carbon farming need to reflect real work experience. So if you work in the sector, Skills Impact would love your input and help.
All you need to bring to the workshop is your knowledge about carbon farming practices in your part of the industry or job role.
How will your attendance contribute to industry?
Your feedback will help us to develop units of competency and skill sets that will support skills development and training in carbon farming.
Register your interest for future consultations
There will be further opportunities to be involved in the project process and to provide feedback. The draft materials will be available for feedback on the Skills Impact website in September 2019, and again for validation in month 2019.
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Date: Tue 18 Sep
(Lunch will be provided)
Time: 9.30am – 4pm
Qantas Meeting Rooms
We welcome your attendance at this free workshop. To confirm your attendance, please contact us.
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 03 9321 3526
Skills Impact is supporting the Amenity Horticulture, Landscaping, Conservation & Land Management Industry Reference Committee to undertake this project work. Skills Impact is a national not-for-profit Skills Service Organisation (SSO), contracted by the Commonwealth Government.
IRCs are appointed by the Australian Industry and Skills Committee and Skills Impact is a national Skills Service Organisation (SSO), funded by the Commonwealth Government.