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    The free trades training for the next two and a half years

    The free trades training for the next two and a half years

    3 June 2020
    The Targeted Training and Apprenticeships Fund will pay costs for anyone wanting to undertake vocational education and training.

    The 320-million dollar fund focuses on courses which will likely lead to employment -- such as courses and training in construction, agriculture and community work

    Federated Farmers Dairy Chairperson Chris Lewis says the support comes at a good time.

    He says dairy farms are currently looking for thousands of skilled employees to join them before calving season starts in four to eight weeks.

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