Course starting February 2021 – Workshops in Temora, Moree and Dubbo (March)
ProSoils-Grain is BACK starting 10th February 2021 with workshops in Temora, Moree and Dubbo in March, applications close January 11th.
Click here to apply or read on for more details.
Are you an agronomist or farm manager seeking excellence in the management of soils and plant nutrition? Are you seeking to improve soil health, nutrient use efficiency, and precision agriculture management of spatial soil variability? Are you living and working in NSW?
We have an exciting opportunity for you.
Back Paddock Company has partnered with Tocal College, GRDC and Cotton Australia to bring you the ProSoils-Grain course, funded by the NSW Government AgSkilled program.
- The course includes a 1 day Soil Pit workshop, online content and webinars, quizzes and assignments
- Mixed-mode delivery (online and face-to-face) by leading independent specialists Dr Chris Dowling from Back Paddock, and Christian Bannan from SE Soil & Water (soil chemical and physical properties)
- The course is offered FREE to eligible participants in NSW
|Workshop Date, all courses start 10th February 2021
|Monday 8th March 2021
|Wednesday 10th March 2021
|Thursday 11th March 2021
Sound good so far? This is what our students say:
“Although I have operated as an agronomist for some years, ProSoils has significantly improved my grounding in soils and plant nutrition, and this has, in turn, helped my interpretative thinking – this is the basis for better advice.” – Senior Agronomist, Riverina NSW
“The online technical information in ProSoils is high quality, being comprehensive and up-to-date with the latest research, across the broad scope that I need. This saves me time in researching detailed information. ProSoils will help me to further expand my agronomic service offer”. Senior Corporate Agronomist, Central NSW; previous specialist soils role.
“Good course with a lot of good links and material, it is an investment of time but no regrets and would recommend it to all!” – Independent Agronomist, NW NSW
Numbers are limited! Applications cannot be accepted after the 11th January due to AgSkilled project requirements. Click here to apply