Agri-Business and Carbon Farming Public Consultations

The review and development of Agribusiness and Carbon Farming qualifications as part of the AHC Agriculture, Amenity Horticulture and Conservation and Land Management Training Package is now at the next stage of the project.

 The initial development work on the Agri-business and Carbon Farming project has now been completed. The Subject Matter Experts (SME) meetings were held during September, with people who work directly in the Carbon Farming and Agribusiness Industry being consulted to help clarify job roles, tasks and identify any skills gaps. The SME’s have now provided further feedback on the initial draft work.

 The dates for the face to face public consultation workshops to be held around Australia have now been announced and will take place across a number of states and territories, with a webinar planned for those unable to attend in person.

 You can now register your interest to attend these workshops to provide further input which will help define the qualification, skill sets and units of competency.

 The revised draft qualifications, skill sets and units will be made available on this webpage for public consideration and feedback from November 2018 (under the project ‘Drafts Available’ menu).

The dates for these workshops are now open and listed below. Please feel free to register for a workshop near you.


Face to Face Consultation

Sydney Tue 20 Nov 2018 (9am to 12pm)

Melbourne Fri 30 Nov 2018 (10am to 12.30pm)

Adelaide Wed 5 Dec 2018 (9.30am to 12.30pm)

Consultation Webinar

Fri 30 Nov 2018 (1pm to 3pm)


Please follow the link below to register to attend the workshop in your state.

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Make sure to select ‘Agriculture, Horticulture, Conservation & Land Management’ as your industry of interest on the subscription form.

Research Officer