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Farm Safety Development
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Farm Safety Development

8-12 June 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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