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Course paves the way

Working hard: Tanya Schwerdt, Stephanie Woolger and Daniel Sellars work on building a fence as part of a Tafe SA training program.
苏州美甲美睫培训学校

Seven people have secured employment in and around the dairy industry after taking part in a three-week intensive course designed to give participants job-ready skills.

A group of 12 people took part in the recent Tafe South Australiaagriculture training program, learning about a variety of skills such as fencing, water suppliers, livestock handling and operating quad bikes.

TAFE SA agriculture lecturer Lynnley Selig said the course taught skills that were transferable across all agricultural enterprises.

“The recipe of consulting with industry, blending theory with real projects that teach practical skills, and then placing selected students out on the dairies for work experience has proved successful,” Ms Selig said.

“It has been a rewarding experience to see students’ self-esteem develop once they have gained employment and it’s a very proud moment when we graduate students at higher level certificates as they advance their careers in agriculture,” she said.

The course included on-farm experience such as a fence-building project at the property of local dairyfarmer Brett Newman.

While students gained valuable skills, Mr Newman said he and his wife Chloe were happy to finally have a safe area for their children and were grateful to the students who applied themselves to complete the project.

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