This nationally accredited training provides an introduction to agronomy covering the key concepts involved in growing cotton and how to tailor your agronomy with the latest industry information from industry experts. The course focuses on local profitability through regionally-based training relevant to local climate soils and markets.
What does the course consist of?
- two-day interactive session including practical demonstrations
- time: 8.30am to 4.30pm
- commencement of farm based assessment task
- introduction to the online module*
- half-day interactive field-based session
- time: 8.30am to 12.30pm
*online module to be completed and submitted for assessment prior to workshop 2
To see current events and dates, refer to our AgCalendar.
Units Of Study:
The Introduction to Agronomy course is aligned and delivered against vocational education and training requirements. Successful completion of assessment tasks will result in achieving a Statement of Attainment and can contribute to a nationallyrecognised qualification
Unit of Competency
AHCBAC307 - Maintain agricultural crops
AHCBAC404 - Plan and implement agricultural crop maintenance
AHCBAC508 - Apply plant biology to agronomic practice
Eligibility Criteria :
This course is for farm staff and service providers with a focus on cotton.