Livestock and animal production training courses are designed to equip students with the right blend of agricultural, business and livestock skills with which to enter a new, exciting industry. During your learning, you will develop specialised knowledge of animal production techniques and best practice while also discovering how to run an effective and profitable business in this area.
At a ground level, you'll learn how to breed, raise and care for animals while starting a career in roles like piggery manager, cattle manager and livestock manager. From a more macro point of view, you'll become familiar with the finer points of farm planning, how to set up and run your agriculture business and the leadership and strategy that comes with managing an agricultural branch. These mid-level and senior roles can pay anywhere from $1,340-$2,100 per week.
Get the skills you need to break into the livestock and animal production industry and progress through to full-fledged agricultural branch manager with the help of these courses.
Sourced from The Australian Apprenticeships & Traineeships Information Service (aapathways.com.au) funded by the Australian Government Department of Education and Training and MySkills.gov.au.
There is one course available for people who want a career in Livestock and Animal Production.
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