Farm Safety Development
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Farm Safety Development

Postponed Charleville

TafeQ SW has scheduled fully funded training delivered at no cost to eligible participants. This program was put in place to assist farmers and communities in Drought Declared Shires to acquire skills and knowledge through both accredited and non-accredited training that will assist them in their work on and off farms or gain employment. The Eligibility criteria for these programs is: · age - minimum age 15 years for this program (16 for chainsaws, chemicals and Quad bikes and 18 for Test & Tag and HSR) · citizenship – Australian or New Zealand citizen or Australian Permanent Resident or Temporary Resident on the pathway to permanent residency · place of residence or work - must be a Queensland resident and permanently reside or work in a drought declared regional council area or independent drought declared property

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In 2005, the concept of small town websites helped address the need in our rural communities for accessible cost effective online local promotion of who we are, when our events are happening, and of the employment and training opportunities available.

Hello, my name is Liz Hill. I grew up along the Nebine creek to the east of Cunnamaulla, an ex-Bollon bush nurse, ex-community co ordinator.  Living on a farm in the Nindigully district gives me authentic experience, insight and connections to promote our region through these websites. I am passionate about rural Australia and love being able to share information with people of the South West QLD communities.


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Red Dust Telegraph's focus is connection, resources, news and event promotion for the communities of South West Queensland.

Promoting business and community
Promoting local events, employment and information
Supporting rural resilience and well-being
Offering cost effective online advertising and promotion

 

Connect South West QLD hosts a small portofolio of websites creating linkages and connecting people and the region:
www.reddusttelegraph.com.au
www.stgeorgeqld.com
www.stgeorgecalendaronline.com.au
www.balonnedirectory.com.au

Additional leverage through social media with facebook pages and a public noticeboards and an e-newsletter being established in 2021. ConnectSouthWestQLD  and  SouthWestQLD Noticeboard


Contact: Liz Hill at Connect South West QLD
Email link - click here  M: 0428 259 299