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AgSkilled program boost welcomed

GRAIN and cotton producers have welcomed a New South Wales Government announcement of $15 million to upskill the primary production workforce.

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 The NSW Government has made a $15 million commitment to workforce training for plant-based industries including grain and cotton. Picture Mark Saunders.

The NSW Government has made a $15 million commitment to workforce training for plant-based industries including grain and cotton. Picture Mark Saunders.

The funding will be used in a program known as AgSkilled 2.0 to help train and upskill farm workers in plant production. NSW Minister for Skills and Tertiary Education, Geoff Lee, said AgSkilled 2.0...

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