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Certificate IV in Training and Assessment – Upgrade Program Tamworth

April 2, 2019 - April 4, 2019

Successful completion of the TAE40116 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment course qualifies participants to train and assess nationally accredited qualifications in the Vocational Education and Training system. Participants will acquire the knowledge and skills required to design and develop learning programs, plan, organise and deliver training to groups and

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Pasture Principles – A practical Guide To Pasture Management – Strathalbyn

April 3, 2019 - April 4, 2019
Strathalbyn, SA Strathalbyn, SA 5255 Australia + Google Map
$1,850

Pasture management is the fundamental skill that determines the financial performance of pasture-based grazing systems. Managers who exhibit a high degree of pasture management skill are far more profitable than those with less developed skills. The aim of Pasture Principles is to provide producers with a set of guiding principles

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Farm Safety Development Program 1 – Toowoomba

April 1, 2019@8:00 am - April 5, 2019@5:00 pm
TAFE Queensland Toowoomba Campus, 100 Bridge St
East Toowoomba, QLD 4350 Australia
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Free

Business owner, manager or supervisor, a strong understanding of your obligations and responsibilities under the Workplace Health and Safety Act 2011 is essential. This five day program will help you to improve and implement workplace and farm safe work practices to reduce the risk of injuries and fatalities.

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Farm Safety Development Program 1 – Cunnamulla

April 1, 2019@8:30 am - April 5, 2019@3:00 pm
Paroo Shire Hall, 49 Stockyard St
Cunnamulla, QLD 4490
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Free

Business owner, manager or supervisor, a strong understanding of your obligations and responsibilities under the Workplace Health and Safety Act 2011 is essential. This five day program will help you to improve and implement workplace and farm safe work practices to reduce the risk of injuries and fatalities.

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SMARTtrain® Chemical Application (Level 3) – Camden/Menangle

April 2, 2019@8:30 am - April 3, 2019@4:30 pm

A course for people that use pesticides with powered and hand-held application equipment. Course aims: This course will increase participants understanding in relation to the safe transport, storage and use of hazardous chemicals and meet the training requirements of: the NSW Pesticides Act 1999 (or equivalent legislation as relevant to each state/territory) the Work

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7:30 am

Facing Island Clean-up – Gladstone

April 3, 2019@7:30 am - 5:00 pm
Curtis Island Ferry Services Terminal, 215 Alf Orourke Dr
Callemondah, QLD 4680 Australia
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Free

Conservation Volunteers Australia will be hosting a clean-up on Facing Island on April 3rd. Meet the team at the Curtis Island Ferry Services Terminal at 7.30am. The trip will return to Gladstone at 5pm. Please bring enclosed shoes, sun safe clothing and a reusable water bottle. This is a free

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8:00 am

Climate, Forage and Finance – Roma

April 3, 2019@8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Overlander Homestead Motel, Warrego Hwy
Roma, QLD 4455 Australia
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Free

Climate is the most significant challenge for those working on the land. Join presenters Paul Webb, Climate Mate from USQ, Tony Koch, Queensland Rural & Industry Development Authority and Lachlan Marshall, Southern Queensland NRM to better understand and plan for climatic changes and extremes, with a focus on drought resilience.

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8:30 am

SMARTtrain® Chemical Application Reaccreditation – Camden/Menangle

April 3, 2019@8:30 am - 4:30 pm

A course for people that have previously completed a level 3 chemical applications course and seeking reaccreditation. Course aims: This course will help you apply, transport and store chemicals safely and meet the training requirements of: the NSW Pesticides Act 1999 (or equivalent legislation as relevant to your state). those using and

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Productive and Persistent Legume Pastures Workshop – Clermont

April 3, 2019@8:30 am - 5:00 pm
Clydevale Clermont, QLD 4721 Australia + Google Map
Free

Learn about the latest legume research for sown pastures Reliable techniques to successfully establish legumes into existing sown pastures How to select the right legume for your situation Tips for managing legume-grass pastures for long term productivity Develop a legume establishment action plan There will be an opportunity for producers

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Herbicide Behaviour Workshop (Perth)

April 3, 2019@8:30 am - April 4, 2019@12:00 pm
Travelodge Hotel Perth, 417 Hay St
Perth, WA 6000 Australia
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$165

Thorough understanding of how herbicides work assists agronomists and growers to maximise herbicide performance. When confronted with a range of weed problems and environmental conditions, the challenge is to optimise the results in the field. Knowing what weeds will be controlled from a herbicide application is the easy bit –

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9:00 am

Meat Business Women – Australian Launch Event

April 3, 2019@9:00 am - 5:00 pm
PARKROYAL Melbourne Airport, Arrival Drive Melbourne Airport
Tullamarine, VIC 3045 Australia
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$100

The day will headline prominent industry figures and motivational speakers, as well as networking opportunities throughout the day including a speed networking session. MBW Australia committee member Dalene Wray says the event will provide opportunities for women in the industry to connect, educate, and contribute. Attendees will be able to

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Managing Climate Risk in Agriculture Conference – Granite Belt

April 3, 2019@9:00 am - 8:30 pm
Queensland College of Wine Tourism, 22 Caves Rd
Stanthorpe, QLD 4380 Australia
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$70

The April 2019 Managing Climate Risk in Agriculture (Granite Belt) conference is a unique opportunity to build increased resilience and climate smart agricultural practices on the basis of good science and solid evidence. Farmers for Climate Action is bringing the experts in the lab to the experts in the paddock.

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Grant Writing Workshop – Yeppoon

April 3, 2019@9:00 am - 2:00 pm
DAF Conference Centre, 25 Yeppoon Rd
Parkhurst, QLD 4701 Australia
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Free

Learn: How to find available grants and common grant types What funding bodies are looking for How to check if your project will succeed Step-by-step process to create a successful application Finding and organising data and research Tricks of the trade Budget tips to make your application logical What to

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Vertebrate Pest Training – Glen Innes

April 3, 2019@9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Northern Tablelands Local Land Services, 15 Vivian St
Inverell, NSW 2360 Australia
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Free

Vertebrate Pest & Canid Pest Ejector Training delivered by Local Land Services Biosecurity Officers, topics include baiting techniques, toxicity, storage, transport, legislation and WHS. Those completing the course will be issued a certification card and will remain accredited to use 1080 and Pindone for five years.

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Proteins for Food and Health: Sustainable Alternatives for Future Food

April 3, 2019@9:00 am - 2:30 pm
Pagoda Resort & Spa, 112 Melville Parade
Como, WA 6152 Australia
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$99

Australia’s food and agriculture sector is focussing more on exporting high value sustainable, authentic, healthy, high quality and consistent products. An area identified with huge potential for growth is the alternative proteins space. This is because, as the global population increases and traditional protein sources from meat become increasingly constrained,

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10:00 am

Turning The Tide On Regent Honeyeaters – Inverell

April 3, 2019@10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Five Corners Nature Reserve, 394 Halls Lane
Nullamanna, NSW 2360 Australia
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Free

Join Northern Tablelands Local Land Services and Landcare to learn more about the critically endangered Regent Honeyeater and how you can help them survive. Topics: identifying the main threats to Regent Honeyeaters, l identifying food sources and habitats, l the benefits of habitat restoration for other woodland birds, l current

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11:00 am

Social Media Workshop

April 3, 2019@11:00 am - 1:30 pm
GVIA Office, 100 Balo St
Moree, NSW 2400 Australia
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Become a digital advocate for Australia's cotton industry with free training from Cotton Australia.

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2:00 pm

One-Stop-Shop Flood Recovery Help And Assistance – Richmond

April 3, 2019@2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Richmond Shire Hall, 50 Goldring Street
Richmond, QLD 4822 Australia
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Free

Agencies on site at each location include: All charities operating in the region Federal Government North Queensland Livestock Industry Recovery Agency Rural Financial Counselling Service AgForce Queensland QRIDA Department of Agriculture and Fisheries Animal Health Australia and many more

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6:00 pm

Orange Branch Annual & General Meetings And Dinner

April 3, 2019@6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
The Lord Anson, 224 Anson St
Orange, NSW 2800 Australia
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Free

The business of the Annual Meeting will be: • Apologies • Previous Minutes • Matters arising • Submission of Annual Report (Branch Chair) • Branch Treasurer’s Balance Sheet • Election of office bearers: - Chair - Deputy - Secretary - Treasurer - Event coordinator/Publicity Officer • Apply for Capitation Fees

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7:00 pm

Bathurst Branch Annual Meeting With President James Jackson

April 3, 2019@7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Bathurst RSL, 114 Rankin St
Bathurst, NSW 2795 Australia
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Free

Annual Meeting Agenda: • Update from President James Jackson • Submission of Annual Report (Chair) • Presentation of the Balance Sheet (Treasurer) • Election of Office Bearers • Motion for Capitation Fees • Nominate Annual Conference Delegates Following the Annual meeting a General Meeting will be opened. General Meeting Agenda:

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Berrigan/Jerilderie Branch Annual & General Meetings

April 3, 2019@7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Federal Hotel, 80-96 Chanter St
Berrigan, NSW 2712 Australia
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Free

Annual Meeting Agenda: • Submission of Annual Report (Chair) • Presentation of the Balance Sheet (Treasurer) • Election of Office Bearers • Motion for Capitation Fees • Nominate Annual Conference Delegates Following the Annual meeting a General Meeting will be opened. General Meeting Agenda: • Motions for Annual Conference. (An

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