This programme is designed to give students the knowledge and experience needed to begin their farming career journey. Throughout this programme, they will learn practical skills such as tractor driving, safe use of quad bikes, fencing, and health and safety practices.
Alongside classroom-based work, this programme includes practical experience on a farm, therefore graduates are equipped with essential knowledge and skills for work in an entry-level role on a farm or further training.
On successful completion, students will be able to find employment in a range of agricultural roles such as a dairy farmer or farmworker.
Available Campuses: Hamilton
Next Intake: 2023
Fees listed are indicative only and may vary with course selection. Exact fees can be confirmed when you
enquire or apply.
New Zealand Certificate in Primary Industry Skills (Level 2)
Farm workers help farmers with a variety of tasks, including raising and caring for livestock, repairs and maintenance, tractor work, and other farming activities.
Dairy farmers feed, care for and milk herds of cows on farms.
Farmers/farm managers are responsible for the planning, management and day-to-day running of farms. Farmers own the land they farm, while farm managers manage farms for farm owners.
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