AgricareerThe Agribusiness Skills Pipeline Program encompasses initiatives to support development of people through skills and aims to address the decline in the number of people seeking agribusiness as a career.
One of the initiatives of the program has been development of six Tasmanian agribusiness case studies utilising YouTube. These demonstrate the diversity of career pathways in Tasmanian agribusiness and raise the profile of the food and agriculture sectors. Hopefully these will introduce young people and potential new entrants to the sector and show them a sample of the career pathways and opportunities it can offer.
Follow the links below to explore how six young Tasmanians with diverse skills and backgrounds are creating rewarding careers within Tasmanian agribusiness.
Contact: Agribusiness Skills Pipeline ProgramRebecca Williams
1 Franklin Wharf
Hobart TAS 7000
Phone: (03) 6233 6812
Information on a range of primary industries education resources. An initiative of the Primary Industries Education Foundation.
Information on agribusiness courses and scholarships:
Agri-Business Skills Database
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