Bootcamp provides employment kickstart

Bootcamp provides employment kickstart

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WAFarmers hosts its Bootcamp to Employment course last week

WAFARMERS' Bootcamp to Employment, held at the Muresk Institute, Northam, over three days last week, proved to be a successful pilot program.

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Eighteen participants from all over Western Australia made the trip to Northam to attend the course which is part of a quest by WAFarmers, the Muresk Institute and the Farm Machinery and Industry Association of WA (FM&IA) to find young, enthusiastic and appropriate people to keep the agricultural industry going at full pace.

On the final day of the bootcamp, participants had the chance to interview with prospective employers in the farm mechanisation and precision agriculture sector.

 Gerard O'Driscoll (left), Grass Valley and Isaac Pond, Wather

Gerard O'Driscoll (left), Grass Valley and Isaac Pond, Wather

Olivia Morgan (left), Harvey and Poppy Blohm, Kwinana.

Olivia Morgan (left), Harvey and Poppy Blohm, Kwinana.

 Logan Lubcke (left), Darkan and Archie Inglis, Boyup Brook.

Logan Lubcke (left), Darkan and Archie Inglis, Boyup Brook.

Lachalan Thompson (left), Toodyay and Aiden Carrith, Kalbarri.

Lachalan Thompson (left), Toodyay and Aiden Carrith, Kalbarri.

James Nelson (left), Perth and Kynan Spencer, Wagin.

James Nelson (left), Perth and Kynan Spencer, Wagin.

Laura-Kate Dymond, Muresk and Patrick Addison, Crooked Brook, were part of the Bootcamp to Employment course.

Laura-Kate Dymond, Muresk and Patrick Addison, Crooked Brook, were part of the Bootcamp to Employment course.

Fraser Hagboom (left), Dowerin and Rhys Dixon, Kellerberrin.

Fraser Hagboom (left), Dowerin and Rhys Dixon, Kellerberrin.

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