3 March 2022
Having staff train through the Primary ITO Apprenticeship Programme is bringing innovation and adding value to the performance of large sheep and beef operation, Lochiel Station, in Canterbury.
3 January 2022
Should we ever stop learning? West Coast dry stock farmer Brendon Graham doesn’t think so and has established a successful new career in five short years thanks to Primary ITO.
4 October 2021
Covering 80,000 acres of central North Island high country, Ngamatea Station is an iconic property in farming circles. It’s also a great place to learn what it takes to reach the top in the industry.
24 September 2021
In the Hawke’s Bay, financial support for training fees and apprenticeship costs is making a big difference on farms.
3 June 2021
Sheep and beef farming is in the blood for Primary ITO training adviser Ginny Tocher, and she’s using her experience to help learners grow their careers on the farm.
4 March 2021
Scott Adams’s large Marlborough property with its mix of native trees, forestry plantation, grape growing, honey production and sheep and beef…
19 February 2021
An innovative West Coast education initiative aims to get more agriculture learners in jobs more quickly by giving them better training options.
14 December 2020
In the final of our series, we speak to Matt Iremonger – General Manager at Willesden Farms, and a key member of our Primary ITO sheep beef and deer ‘Industry Partnership Group’ – about how on-farm learning adds value to his business.
23 November 2020
In the next edition of our series, we talk to Richard Scholefield at Whangara Farms in Gisborne about the importance of offering training to all staff.
3 November 2020
In the next edition of our series, we speak with Vet Services Hawke’s Bay Deer Farmer, Richard Hilson, about how on-farm learning adds value to his business, and his team’s future employer businesses.