MACHINERY

Muresk opens multi-million dollar agricultural training facility

A NEW agricultural machinery training centre has opened in the Western Australian Wheatbelt. It is hope the modern facility will help entice new interest to address the sector’s demand for skilled workers.

Jenna Santos
 Muresk has opened its new specialist agricultural mechanical training facilities. Photo courtesy of Muresk Institute

Muresk has opened its new specialist agricultural mechanical training facilities. Photo courtesy of Muresk Institute

The $9.5 million specialist training facility at the Muresk Institute, which is located on a working farm just outside of Northam, WA, is part of a $10.3 million project funded by the state government. ...

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