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The man behind New Zealand’s newest agricultural training venture is a local farmer and entrepreneur – with a proven track record in the sector.
The Winchmore Research Station, Mid-Canterbury is coming back to life once again in the world of agricultural education.
Farmers understand they must work with the Government to improve the environment, says a noted Massey University scholar.
Primary ITO will apply to the Ministry of Education for more Trades Academy places with demand from schools now outstripping supply.
Farmers and others in the agri sector need to speak at schools if New Zealand is to get more young people choosing agri careers.
Any suggestion of a merger between Lincoln University and the University of Canterbury is now dead in the water following the Minister of Education’s rejection of a partnership proposal by the two institutions.
In a move to improve farming training the Government will set up an industry ‘centre of excellence for vocational education’ – or CoVE.