Partners in Grain is a national organisation that provides locally relevant, personalised training for Australian grain growers.

Guided by the direction of local growers and industry associates, Partners in Grain (PinG) operates through 5 regions which are based on Australia’s grain growing states – NSW, QLD, Vic/Tas, SA and WA.

 

Partners in Grain offer four workshops that come highly recommended by growers throughout Australia. Developed from farmers’ queries, in conjunction with industry professionals, these GRDC funded workshops are  strengthening the resilience of Australia’s agricultural industry, one community at a time.

Farm Office Efficiencies More Organisation. Less Office Time.
Being a Better Boss –  Part 1: HR – Managing People
Being a Better Boss –  Part 2: IR – Legal Obligations
Technology, Tablets and Tips – Managing your business on the go.

 

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e-leaders Grow, Innovate & Sustain Program – closing Friday

08/17/2016

Applications for the National Rural Women’s Coalition’s E-Leaders Grow, Innovate & Sustain Program close this Friday 19 August. Rural women who want to improve production and the sustainability of their.. read more

PinG National AGM – Wednesday 17 August

08/04/2016

Partners in Grain’s 2016 AGM will be held via teleconference on Wednesday 17 August at 3pm AEST. All members are invited to attend. For more details, please contact the National.. read more

Jerramungup – Managing People workshop – 22 August

08/04/2016

With part funding from the Fitzgerald Biosphere Group, the Being a Better Boss: Managing People (HR) workshop will be delivered in Jerramungup on Monday 22 August. Without support from FBG.. read more