Opinion

Agricultural labour shortfall needs creative approach

By Simon Maddocks, Ppsa Chair
July 31 2022 - 3:08am
Agriculture requires people with a wide range of skillsets and the industry needs to get better at selling that to potential recruits. Photo: SHUTTERSTOCK

A RE-THINK in the way we link vocational skills training, tertiary education and on-the-job training and development is desperately required if we are to fill the skills and labour gap within agriculture, which producers are all too familiar with.

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