The initiative is providing women with grants to enable participation in a range of leadership development programs.
The leadership development programs are part-time and delivered nationally via WLA’s blended learning model. Scholarship funding is strictly limited and will be awarded based on a set of selection criteria being met.
Find out more and register your interest by completing the Expression of Interest form here prior to 29th September.
A highly anticipated Senate report was tabled yesterday after a two-year inquiry into competition in the red meat processing sector conducted by the Senate Rural and Regional Affairs and Transport References Committee.
Nominations are now closed.
Calling nominations for Eddie Andriessen Award.
Nominations close COB 31 August 2017 (today).
Course 24 of the Australian Rural Leadership Program have completed their two week session in the Kimberley, WA. The participants including AMPC sponsor Grant Melrose from John Dee Warwick met in Darwin on Day one before the group moved on to Kununurra.
The WA Department of Primary Industires and Regional Development have an upcoming Emergency Animal Disease workshop. The workshop is aimed at the OPVs and meat inspection staff at abattoirs an focuses on disease recognition, sample taking and reporting protocols. People can attend just the Saturday session if necessary.
Topics: Emergency Animal Disease
Transport and infrastructure continues to be a major cost and efficiency issues for all players in the red meat industry from paddock to plate.
Topics: Supply Chain
Congratulations to Bradley Siddans (Oakey Beef Exports Pty Ltd), Renee Teys (Teys Australia Pty Ltd) and Scott Glasser (Millmerran Meat Holdings Pty Ltd) who graduated from the Australian Agribusiness Leadership Program 2017 ran by the Australian Rural Leadership Foundation last week on Thursday 8th June 2017.
EY’s Independent Review of proposed installation of DEXA in AUS-MEAT registered processing facilities concludes with Australian Red Meat Industry in unison on need
THIS SURVEY IS NOW COMPLETED
AMPC has commissioned Queensland University of Technology (QUT) to research the social impact of the activities of the Australian Red Meat