Agskilled Training Strategy

The AgSkilled training strategy is a $14.7 million investment by the NSW Government to support vocational training in the cotton and grains industries in rural and regional NSW. It is an industry-led initiative administered under the NSW Government's Smart and Skilled program.

 

The strategy is running until mid 2020 and aims to:

  • drive the productivity, profitability and competitiveness of the cotton and grains industries by developing a workforce capable of managing current and future challenges, and
  • cement the cotton and grains industries as employers of choice by creating a clearly defined career pathway underpinned by an appetite for training and professional development

Cotton Australia and the Grains Research and Development Corporation are leading all aspects of the strategy including:

  • identifying industry training needs
  • sourcing participants
  • deciding on their preferred Smart and Skilled providers

Training delivery/requirements

Cotton Australia and the Grains Research Development Corporation are endorsing providers with a demonstrated interest in rural industries and a current Smart and Skilled contract to deliver training via a due diligence process.

A dedicated AgSkilled Project Officer, working on behalf of Cotton Australia and the Grains Research and Development Corporation is coordinating the training to be delivered under the strategy.

For further information, visit AgSkilled OR contact the dedicated AgSkilled Project Officer:

Claudia Vicary
AgSkilled Logo Mobile: 0409 043 774
Email: claudia@agskilled.org.au

Page last updated: 1 February 2018