Grow your career on the land

Agriculture involves the production of food and raw materials from crops and livestock. Studying at TAFE SA, you can learn about essential farming skills such as wool production, dairy, agribusiness, livestock handling, soil, and water. 

Megan-Bowering

Nick's Story

Nick studied agriculture as part of a school based apprenticeship and now works on his family farm, which produces over one million litres of milk every year. Studying at TAFE SA, Nick learnt both theory and practical skills, providing him with a solid foundation of knowledge and the confidence to work in the industry he is passionate about.

Video credit: Department for Innovation and Skills

Agriculture Courses

Award Courses Help…  National Code
Certificate II in AgricultureAHC20116
Certificate II in Rural OperationsAHC21216
Certificate II in ShearingAHC21316
Certificate II in Wool HandlingAHC21416
Certificate III in AgricultureAHC30116
Certificate III in Rural OperationsAHC32816
Certificate III in ShearingAHC32916
Certificate III in Wool Clip PreparationAHC33016
Certificate IV in Wool ClassingAHC41316
Apprenticeships and Traineeships Help…  National Code
Certificate II in AgricultureAHC20116
Certificate II in Rural OperationsAHC21216
Certificate III in AgricultureAHC30116
* Eligibility criteria applies. See course details to check if you meet the requirements for funding.

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Breed, raise and manage cattle for milk production

TAFE SA’s dairy courses are targeted at the dairy industry in South Australia. Topics include general health and welfare, milking, feeding, reproduction, farm machinery and management.

Shear sheep, handle and class wool

TAFE SA courses in wool and shearing can provide you with several pathways into the industry. Courses include clip preparation, wool handling and wool classing. If you enjoy working outdoors and travelling all over the country, the wool industry could be for you.
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