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In many of the 37 sub-industries in the Agriculture and Production Horticulture, Amenity Horticulture, Animal Care and Management, Conservation and Land Management, and Seafood broad industries, there are courses that range from Level 1 through to Level 6. Information on these various levels within sub-industries can be found on this website under Industry.

Course information is divided up by institute, qualification and region. Information by qualification can be found by direct link through the TAFE Industry 2003 Courses Handbook.
Choosing a course is not always easy. Many things need to be considered such as the type of industry you would most like to work in, and then once having chosen the course deciding on the level where you would see yourself commencing. This site endeavours to make the choice of participants easier by providing or linking them to information that can assist in making an informed choice.

A listing of Agriculture, Horticulture, Seafood and other primary industry courses in Victoria can be found on the Office of Training and Tertiary education website in Victoria at http://www.tafe.vic.gov.au/StudyAreas/Detail.asp?ID=1650

The various institutes throughout the state offer a range of courses. Some of these institutes offer courses on a campuses located in different regions. To obtain information on courses offered in particular localities, click on Region, or for a particular certificate, click on Qualification.

For a full list of Training Providers in Victoria visit the Office of Training and Tertiary Education (Department of Education and Training) website at http://www.otte.vic.gov.au/tafe/directory/colglist.htm

The various regions throughout the state offer a range of courses. Most large towns in Victoria offer courses related to Agriculture or Horticulture. To obtain information on courses offered in particular institutes, click on Institute, or for a particular certificate, click on Qualification.

Remember there are plenty of people you can potentially talk to in assisting with this decision making process such as school teachers, family members, friends, and career or industry professionals who can provide valuable input to assist you with your decision.
In addition, if you decide to undertake a course in primary industries you may wish to improve your knowledge or employment prospects with other courses, such as short courses in computer training. An excellent website for finding out about when and where various short courses will be held is the Victorian Government website www.shortcourses.vic.gov.au

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