More information is found by accessing the following website resources:
Rural Skills Australia's new Rural Career Guide. It is a combined resource for students and job seekers, new entrants to the industry, parents and educators, counsellors and employers. It features career descriptions, interactive displays, education and training options to highlight career pathways in rural and related industries.
Agricareer is a DPI (Tasmania) website featuring six case studies on YouTube that show the diversity of career pathways in agribusiness and profile the food and agriculture sectors of the State. It explores how six young Tasmanians with diverse skills and backgrounds are creating rewarding careers within Tasmanian agribusiness.
Careers in seafood. Profiles and short videos on careers as an aquaculture farmhand; aquaculture research scientist; dive team leader; oyster farmer; professional commercial fisherman; and a quality control officer at the Sydney fish markets.
Courses and degrees in agriculture and horticulture in Australia. A detailed online guide, provided by Food Innovation Australia Ltd.
myfuture is an extensive Australian careers information and exploration service by the Australian, state and territory governments.
Growing careers is a resource by Forest and Wood Products Australia Ltd (FWPA) that provides information about forest and wood products industry careers.
Careers in primary industries: Interested in reducing world poverty, starting your own business, innovative technology, research and development, or travel? Careers in our primary industries don't all involve driving a tractor or shearing a sheep - they can require high level science, maths and technology skills. The range of careers available in food and fibre industries are endless - take a look at these NSW Department of Primary Industry case studies.
Career Harvest is a hub for the most cutting-edge careers within the food and fibre industries. Whether you’re interested in feeding the world, adapting to climate change, developing the environment or managing future energy sources, this site helps create clearer pathways for you to harvest your agricultural career. Choose a career that ignites leadership. Choose a career that feeds the world. Choose a career in Food and Fibre.It’s your global opportunity.
ONtrack - Real Skills, Real Future is a Rural Skills Australia resource that uses animations and videos to explore a range of careers on and off the farm (requires flash).
Ausagventures. The Careers in Australian Agriculture website created in 2012 has been relaunched under the new name of Ausagventures. It provides secondary and tertiary students interested in Australian agriculture with information on studying, training and careers in agriculture. The site also hosts a number of blogs about experiences in agriculture.
Science Taking You Places. This is an E Magazine about educational pathways and careers in Australia’s Primary Industries. It includes sections about scholarships and real-life stories about young farming champions, guardians, researchers and practitioners.
Free guide to scholarships. The Country Education Foundation has released a new guide to hundreds of scholarships for rural, regional and indigenous students who require financial support while attending university.
Careers in the Queensland beef industry. The Queensland government has recently released the Quality Workforce Handbook for the beef industry in order to make the industry better equipped to recruit, develop and retain its future workforce. The new Quality Workforce Handbook contains a range of tools to assist beef sector employers and potential employees, including position descriptions, salary-package calculators and career pathway models. These tools will benefit the industry by enabling a consistent approach to workforce management and development as well as highlighting the long-term career opportunities for potential employees. More information is available HERE.
"Making the Most of It" is a short video showcasing innovation and career opportunities for students in agricultural industries. It is seen through the eyes of Justin Whittle who is studying a Bachelor of Sustainable Agriculture and Food Security at Western Sydney University. This is a great resource for students, particularly those keen on a career in innovation in the industry... watch video.