Online education opportunity for Australian dairy industry

Posted by Advertorial news on 23rd June 2017

Renowned French cheese expert Ivan Larcher presenting an entertaining and informative webinar for Australian cheesemakers.

The release of the new Dairy Australia and GOTAFE National Centre for Dairy Education’s Webinar Program provides Australian dairy manufacturers with a unique opportunity to be involved in professional development without leaving their workplace. World experts are engaged to present on topics and manufacturing techniques with the goal of enhancing the knowledge and skills of Australian dairy processors.

Over 1,200 participants have benefited from the webinar program since its inception in 2012. The webinars run for one hour and include an opportunity for participants to ask questions following the presentation. They are easily accessed from your computer, tablet or mobile phone. Thirty webinars are conducted each year.

Australian dairy companies, individuals and students are invited to purchase an annual or six monthly Webinar Season Pass. Alternatively individual webinars cost $35 per participant.

Will Rodgers, Stanthorpe Cheese, Qld

The webinars are an indispensable tool for us here at Stanthorpe Cheese for improving our practice. Keep up the great work and the inspiring speakers. Thanks again for your help. Looking forward to future webinars”.

Debra Allard, Cheeses Loves You, Burringbar, NSW

“The webinars offered by Dairy Australia and GOTAFE National Centre for Dairy Education have given me the opportunity to keep my skills updated and fine tuned in the comfort of my own home or cheese room. Usually I am working away making cheese while conversing with cheese and dairy experts from all over the world. Cheese knowledge is endless!”

Coordinator of the program, Jenny Penfold, is based at the GOTAFE NCDE Werribee Campus in Victoria. If you are an Australian dairy manufacturer or student and wish to become involved in attending the webinars, contact Jenny via email at jpenfold@gotafe.vic.edu.au

 

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