Training needs to reflect future needs

By Bree Swift
Updated July 27 2021 - 5:14am, first published July 26 2021 - 10:00pm
The 18 participants of WAFarmers Bootcamp to Employment program held at the Muresk Institute, Northam, last week with Farm Machinery and Industry Association of WA (FM&IA) executive officer John Henchy (left) and One World Learning chief executive Jan Rose (front row far right).

AS the mechanisation of farming and precision agriculture continues to move forward at a rapid pace, the State's education system and registered training organisations (RTOs) courses need to have greater currency.

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