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Rural Support Training Programs - South Burnett
Monday, 07 January 2019 13:39

Information about the recently announced Rural Support Training Programs.

These programs have been funded by the Queensland Government for TAFE Queensland to deliver a series of five day courses to provide training support to farmers and communities severely affected by the drought.   The programs are made up of short courses in areas including farm safety, work place health and safety, first aid, hospitality, Microsoft Office skills, as well as pre-employment skills for the construction and infrastructure and resource industries.

Training will be offered in drought declared Regional Council areas (Kingaroy is the location for the South Burnett Regional Council) and is fully funded, eligibility criteria apply, for farmers and community members in accredited and  non-accredited units.   Information on courses will be available on our website https://tafeqld.edu.au/rural-support

The eligibility has three criteria

  • age - minimum age 15, 16 or 18 years depending on the program
  • citizenship – Australian or New Zealand citizen or  Australian Permanent Resident or Temporary Resident on the pathway to permanent residency
  • place of residence or work - participants must permanently reside or work in a drought declared regional council area or independent drought declared property

Click here for the first program which we have scheduled for Kingaroy the week beginning 04 February, 2019.  Applications can be made for the whole program or particular days with priority given to people who wish to attend the whole week.

 


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