The NSW Department of Education has revised listing of Priority Skill Sets for funding by the NSW Government. This is in response to drought, bushfire or COVID19 issues in NSW. Funding is available free of charge through the Department in a number of areas. Of particular interest to the agrifood industries are units of competency relating to chemical handing and application, chainsaw training, fencing, re-vegetation, horticulture , manual handling and transport and logistics. Training is under Smart and Skilled and must be delivered by an approved Smart and Skilled training provider. For more information on the full list of priority skill sets please visit: update number 108

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