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  • Growing your future through training

  • Program background

    Industry and Seafood Training Tasmania acknowledged long term skills gaps and management development needs

    Diploma-level training supported by networking with other farm managers the desired solution

    Industry could not afford indirect costs of managers time off the job plus direct training costs, so no post- Cert IV training seriously considered let alone delivered

    No available funding or delivery model to meet demand for management level, rather than farm attendant, training

  • Funding to the rescue!

    Agrifood Australia informed Seafood Training Tasmania that the DEEWR funded EBPPP program could support management level training for the Tasmanian seafood industry.

    The idea of using EBPPP funding for a Diploma of Seafood Industry (Aquaculture) for Tasmanian oyster farm managers was crystallised.

  • Because a successful program depends on industry ownership, and ownership can only be achieved through consultation.

    Consultation occurred through a state-wide tour visiting all enterprises that had expressed interest in a farm manager development program.

    Aims of visits were to:

    - inform about opportunities - define program objectives - map out a program including content, units and mode of delivery that could meet personal, company and sector needs

    Consult, consult, consult.

  • Program design input from Craig Lockwood

    Anthony Blunt

    Tim Monaghan

    Dan Roden

    Shaun Keenan

    Giles Fisher

    Ian and Cass Melrose

    Hayden Dyke

    Peter Yaxley

    Michael Riley

    Tom Kennedy

    Scott Brooks

    Joe Bennet

    Jarrod Poke

    Paul Viney

  • Overall program aim

    Develop the strategic and management skills

    that the new generation of oyster farm

    managers would need if they were to drive the

    industry towards meeting the market,

    operational and technological demands

    anticipated in the next 5 to 10 years.

  • The Qualification SFI50104 DIPLOMA OF SEAFOOD INDUSTRY (AQUACULTURE)

    Five residential workshops alternating between Launceston and Hobart

    Workplace mentoring

    and assessments

  • The workshop program

    1 Strategic Management Strategic direction Strategic plan development and review Sustainable aquaculture practices

    2. Corporate Governance Establishing business and legal requirements Managing finances Planning or reviewing administration systems Providing corporate leadership

  • 3. Business/production planning Developing and reviewing business plans Financial planning Developing and implementing production plan Co-ordinating human resource

    4. Managing Risk and Compliance Managing risk Managing environmental performance Developing emergency procedures for an aquaculture enterprise

    5. Leadership Planning and achieving change and results Developing and promoting industry knowledge Communicating with influence

  • Who Participated

  • Participants Anthony Blunt AQA St Helens now ACA Aquacuture Jarrod Poke Bolduans Bay Oyster Daniel Grainger Bolduans Bay Oysters Sam Evenhuis Bolduans Bay Oysters Daniel Wicks Cameron of Tasmania Tim Monaghan Chronicle Point Oysters Michael Riley Clifton Pacific Oyster Allan House Freycinet Marine Farm Joe Bennet Get Shucked Craig Budd Marine Culture Ian Melrose Melshell Oysters Toby Jaeger Smithton Shellfish Shaun Keenan Tasmanian Clean Water Oysters

  • The Presenters Nick Burrows, who has a 21 years experiences as the Company Secretary

    and CFO of Tassal Group Limited delivered the Strategic Management and Corporate Governance workshop.

    Vaughn Smith, who was a CBA banker for 23 years delivered the Business planning

    Martyn Bradfield, the Managing Director of Injury Prevention & Management a leading risk management consultancy delivered the Risk Management workshop

    Sam Ibbot, the owner/operator of Marine Solutions, a graduate of the Tasmanian Leadership Program, recipient of FRDC Emerging Leaders scholarship, TSIC Director and STT Board member delivered the Leadership workshops.

    Adrian Patch, the CEO of the Training and Business Company helped facilitate assessment and break out sessions at each workshop.

  • Outcomes Diploma level qualification Quantified outcomes so close to the

    program conclusion are difficult to identify

    True returns for trainees and enterprises will be realised in the medium to long term

    Government online calculator shows: ROI of 204% for farm and funding

    body

    ROI of 956% for the farm alone.

  • The real return

    More strategic planning within the industry Increased participation in forums

    addressing industry needs and issues Greater understanding of and

    commitment to risk management Greater cooperation between participants

    and their participating enterprises Increased number of industry participants

    who can manage a farm and mentor a future farm managers

    A group of friends who will go on to work together for the benefit of their enterprises and the sector

  • What the participants had to say

    Feedback about residential workshops indicated appreciation of: Content and presentation of workshops Knowledge of trainers Interactions between trainees Outcomes for the trainees

  • It gave me the motivation to implement planning and strategies into my business

    Identifying what happens at work that you dont realise

    Exchanging views and ideas with other participants

    Very grateful for the opportunity

    Gaining confidence

    Meeting everyone, excellent presenters, I have learnt a lot, thank you. Excellent job!

    What they said

  • Recognition

    Agrifood Skills Australia recognised the value of the program and commissioned a case study report on program conception, development, methodologies and outcomes.

    The case study will be used by Agrifood Skills Australia to promote this type of program to the wider industry groups and funding bodies.

  • Questions James Garde

    RTO Manager Seafood Training Tasmania

    2a Gladstone Street

    Battery Point, TAS 7004

    (03) 6233 2177

    (0417) 957980 jamesg@seafoodtrainingtas.com.au

    Skype: james.garde

    stt@seafoodtrainingtas.com.au

  • Questions James Garde

    RTO Manager Seafood Training Tasmania

    2a Gladstone Street

    Battery Point, TAS 7004

    (03) 6233 2177

    (0417) 957980 jamesg@seafoodtrainingtas.com.au

    Skype: james.garde

    stt@seafoodtrainingtas.com.au

  • Questions James Garde

    RTO Manager Seafood Training Tasmania

    2a Gladstone Street

    Battery Point, TAS 7004

    (03) 6233 2177

    (0417) 957980 jamesg@seafoodtrainingtas.com.au

    Skype: james.garde

    stt@seafoodtrainingtas.com.au

  • Questions James Garde

    RTO Manager Seafood Training Tasmania

    2a Gladstone Street

    Battery Point, TAS 7004

    (03) 6233 2177

    (0417) 957980 jamesg@seafoodtrainingtas.com.au

    Skype: james.garde

    stt@seafoodtrainingtas.com.au

  • Questions James Garde

    RTO Manager Seafood Training Tasmania

    2a Gladstone Street

    Battery Point, TAS 7004

    (03) 6233 2177

    (0417) 957980 jamesg@seafoodtrainingtas.com.au

    Skype: james.garde

    stt@seafoodtrainingtas.com.au

  • Thank you to all who contributed to and participated in this program.

    Craig Lockwood Anthony Blunt

    Tim Monaghan

    Dan Roden Shaun Kean

    Giles Fisher Ian Melrose

    Cass Melrose

    Hayden Dyke Peter Yaxley

    Michael Riley

    Tom Kennedy Scott Brooks

    Joe Bennet Paul Viney

    Daniel Grainger Sam Evenhuis

    Daniel Wicks

    Alan House Craig Budd

    Toby Jaeger Jarrod Poke

    Nick Burrows

    Vaughn Smith Martyn Bradfield

    Sam Ibbot

    Adrian Patch Ross Ord

    STT Staff