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National Trade Academy International Agriculture Studies Christchurch New Zealand

New Zealand Certificate in Agriculture Pastoral Livestock Production Level 3. This qualification is intended for learners from a wide range of rural workplaces who want to further develop their skills and abilities, school leavers, people who may have changed careers, adult learners new to the agriculture industry or graduates of the NZ Certificate in Agriculture (farming systems) Level 3. All of whom would complete the qualification prior to employment in the agriculture industry.

Open entry with an interest in agriculture. Students must enjoy working in an outdoor environment and with animals. You will be a motivated learner with a keen interest in agriculture.

2021 Cost and fees: NZ$ 8,880 for 24 weeks tuition fee, includes services of immigration advisor and job recruiter

For more information, also on other agricultural courses, check out the National Trade Academy International Agriculture Studies page on this web site, or contact StudyNewZealand EU <- click for e-mail

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