Rural Leadership Program

Marcus Oldham College

Course Mission

To develop the leadership, communication and planning skills of individuals in the Program, through their participation in a process of self-discovery, skills training, knowledge building and team development. The industries represented include livestock grazing for meat and wool, broad acre summer and winter cropping, dairy production, poppy production, cotton production, horticulture, apiarists and agribusiness support agencies.

Course Aimed At

Men and women who aspire to lead in Australian agriculture. There are no maximum age or experience criteria, but it is preferable for participants to be a minimum of 21 years of age. Women are strongly encouraged to nominate.

Course Details

An intensive five-day workshop conducted on the college campus at Geelong, commencing on the last Sunday in June each year. The workshop involves facilitators who have both the training skills and empathy to understand the issues facing rural industry and rural communities, and industry background to assist in the development of solutions.

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Course Info

Cost: The registration fee includes tuition, notes, accommodation and all meals for the five-day program. A fully refundable fee is required upon nomination. The registration fee is advised on the course Application Form.
State: VIC
Phone: 03 5247 2921

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