- Training Program
QMDC offers a number of training programs to communities interested in natural resource management (NRM) in our region. Topics range from the technical aspects of NRM (like weed, water, salinity, vegetation and pasture management), to leadership and business skills.
Training programs are important because they can help our communities to be resilient, manage the risks associated with primary production, and sustainably manage natural resources.
QMDC consults with the community to identify knowledge gaps and provide access to the most up-to-date and relevant NRM information, research and practices.
QMDC's training aims to also help participants gain recognition for the skills they acquire, through accreditation.
Training is available to Sub-Catchment Planning groups, youth, Aboriginal community members, women and school teachers.
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