With agriculture across the region currently enjoying a welcome injection of youth, local next-generation farmers are being invited to join a free workshop that will provide them with the financial skills essential to managing a family farm.
The practical Financial Skills Workshop, previously delivered face-to-face, will now be held virtually, ensuring producers still have an opportunity to upskill and network, despite COVID-19 restrictions.
The initiative has been led by food and agribusiness banking specialist Rabobank’s RaboClientCouncil.
The online workshop will focus on practical financial skills such as gross margin analysis, cash flow budgeting and interpreting financial statements.
Rabobank South Australia and North West Victoria regional RaboClientCouncil chair Claire Catford of Hoyleton, said “This course will give all participants a really comprehensive overview of how to run the farm from a business point of view,”
The workshop will run over two consecutive mornings Wednesday, November 11th and Thursday, November 12th – 9am to 11am.
To register visit https://www.rabobank.com.au/about-rabobank/client-councils/