Want to grow your career in one of Australia’s leading agribusinesses? 

Whether you’ve recently graduated, still at school, or looking for a career change, we’ve got you covered. 

With years of experience in providing skills, training, and education to the industry, SuniTAFE is transforming its modes of delivery to embrace the latest technology, data tools and processes.
Now, when you choose to a study at SuniTAFE, you’ll have access to the latest, state-of-of-the-art learning technologies and equipment while you experience hands on training from expert educators.  You’ll learn valuable skills in water saving and irrigation, water sampling, monitoring biodiversity, GPS technology, cultural heritage and land restoration.   

Check out our courses here and become a future farmer or land manager with SuniTAFE >    

Smarter Learning
Ready to launch your farming career, refresh your skills or learn some new ones? Explore our agriculture and horticulture courses.
Trials & Research
Help shape the future of horticulture and connect with others.  Businesses are invited to trial new agricultural technology and crops.

Free essential farm worker training
Free online training using 3D video experiences to demonstrate essential skills and knowledge for working on the farm.

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