WA Partners.


In 2013 PinG has began a national project funded by GRDC. This funding allowed PinG to develop and deliver a suite of 4 new workshops for grain growers throughout Australia. This project allowed for the delivery of 11 workshops in WA in 2013/2014.

Following on from this, in July 2104 PinG started a new two-year project with GRDC. This second project allows for the delivery of 12 workshops in WA in 2014/2015/2016.

A part of the project is to complete an evaluation report to measure change in people’s practices as a result of attending a workshop. This will build on the pre and post evaluation forms that participants fill out at the workshops. The evaluation will also identify topics for additional workshops.


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In 2014 the Department of Food & Agriculture Western Australia (DAFWA) joined forces with PinG to help meet the training needs of WA farm businesses.

DAFWA sponsored the delivery of 14 workshops held from March through to June, and another 16 workshops from June to December.

In 2015 DAFWA have sponsored the delivery of an additional 10 workshops in WA.

In addition to supporting PinG’s workshops in WA, DAFWA also offer their own FREE workshops.

Planning for Profit – A FREE one-day workshop.

Discover effective ways to increase your farm profit.

Understand: Management, Price, Production, Business & Operating Costs

  • Achieve an effective price for your key enterprise.
  • Know the costs of owning & running your farm business.
  • Optimise operating expenditure & target profitable production.
  • Use profit planning to manage business & production risks.

These FREE workshops are run on demand. Express your interest to have one delivered in your local area.

Find out more on the website: www.agric.wa.gov.au/workshops or read the flyer: P4P Overview 2014








Grain Growers Ltd also came on board with PinG in 2014. They are a Gold Sponsor of the Technology, Tablets & Tips workshops.




Would you like to Partner with PinG WA?

The demand we receive for our workshops often far outweighs what we can deliver in WA.

In addition to the 4 workshops that we currently offer, PinG WA is always open to new initiatives and projects that can benefit the viability and well being of WA farm businesses, their communities and our industry.

As an existing network at the ground level, PinG WA provides partners with the opportunity and exposure to work directly with growers throughout the state.

If you would like to discuss partnering with PinG WA please contact our State Coordinator.