The Indigenous GrazingforProfit™ School is a specially tailored version of the successful GrazingforProfit™ School which has been the pillar for educating rural businesses in Australia since 1990.
Delivery of this content is via a range of teaching processes including lecturing, discussion, group work, paddock walks, videos, slides and diagrams/drawing on flip charts. What is delivered, how and when is a flexible process based around a focus on delivering key messages and principles in a way that best suits the individual group.
The Indigenous GrazingforProfit™ School is a life changing experience that deals in depth with every part of the participants’ life, production, ecosystem and business.
Attending the Indigenous GrazingforProfit™ School will empower you to:
- learn about the money story in your business
- further define your goals and direction clearly
- take control over your land management
- take control of your business
- identify what is working and what is hurting in your business
- develop your drought management plan
- improve animal health and performance
- grow more grass from less rain (rainfall efficiency)
- communicate better
- work on the business as well as in it
The original GrazingforProfit™ (GFP) School originated in Zimbabwe and South Africa over 30 years ago with Dr Stan Parsons, who has since taught it in the USA, Canada, Mexico and Australia. Dr Parsons taught the first Australian GFP School in February, 1990 for RCS. Terry McCosker and the RCS Team has since empowered over 5,500 graduates with the GFP management concepts.
Today, the GFP School is Australia’s premier business school for the agricultural industry, being the longest running, and most attended management school conducted in rural Australia. It covers everything that affects a family grazing and farming business in one holistic package and has been continuously updated for the last 30 years. All this wisdom goes into the Indigenous GrazingforProfit™ School.
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