Why Choose Us?



  • Individual support to help you reach your goals
  • Trainers available by phone or email when you need a hand
  • 24/7 access to training materials 

  • User- friendly self-paced and interactive online formats
  • No need to leave the farm to access training
  • All you need is a computer with a reasonable internet connection
    (Minimum requirements: Windows Vista or later; at least Word 97, Excel 97; Internet browser, Adobe Acrobat Reader, satellite broadband or similar) 

  • Up to date and industry relevant training resources
  • Our trainers work in the Agriculture industry and most are farmers themselves

  • $0 upfront for course fees - Australian Government loan scheme
  • Available to all Australian citizens, no means test          
  • Only private Registered Training Organisation (RTO) in Australia offering Agriculture under the VET FEE-HELP scheme.
  • More information about VET FEE-HELP is available on www.studyassist.gov.au

  • Start your course/units at any of our start dates during the year
  • Stop/start study as time permits
  • Study without leaving home at times that suit you
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)

  • Save study time - apply for RPL
  • Gain credits towards your qualification with recognition of your knowledge, work experience & previous study
  • RPL assessor will visit you on farm, or via our online classroom, at a time that suits.
Pathways - Employment and Higher Education

You don't have to stop study when you finish your course with us..

  • Some of our units are units within the Bachelor of Agrifood Systems from the University of New England (UNE), so you can complete almost 50% of this degree with us.
  • Gain credits towards the Bachelor of Agricultural Business Management through Charles Sturt University (CSU) , up to 50% of this degree
  • Graduates of these degrees are in demand.
  • Four jobs for every Agriculture graduate (Pratley, J in NAB Business Research and Insights,24 July 2015)
  • Can use your Diploma and Advanced Diploma units for individual assessment of credits at Australian universities
  • Employers are increasingly giving weight to qualifications in selection of employees
  • Opportunity to gain off farm work