The emergency management learning and development program (known as EMtrain) provides training and exercises for all NSW Department of Primary Industries (DPI) employees and partners.
Emergency management training
NSW Department of Primary Industries and partners have created resources to build the skills and knowledge of workers who may be amongst the first to detect emergency animal disease.
Animal biosecurity training
A comprehensive training program has been developed to provide authorised officers with the necessary skills and knowledge they need to perform their functions under the Biosecurity Act 2015. It is compulsory for all authorised officers under the Act to successfully complete the online course.
A two-hour online course that provides veterinarians with the confidence and resources to build their business and improve engagement with hobby farmers, smallholders and clients with backyard livestock.
Course for vets (CPD and VETED points apply)
|24 October 2018|
Exercise Orange Juice
A practical exercise involving our industry partners and stakeholders to prepare NSW for an outbreak of citrus canker, following recent outbreaks in the Northern Territory and Western Australia.
22 September 2018
Orange Agricultural Institute Open Day
The Orange Agricultural Institute (OAI) held an open day on Saturday 22nd September 2018.
The displays promoted the latest science and research on climate, horticulture, viticulture, invasive species (pest animals and weeds), biosecurity, agronomy, irrigation, sheep and pastures.
Orange Agricultural Institute, 1447 Forest Road, Orange
5-9 March 2018
Exercise Border Bridge was held in March 2018 and was designed to test how New South Wales and Queensland respond to a biosecurity emergency affecting both states.
NSW and Queensland
|27 - 28 February 2019 (Sydney) |
24 - 30 March 2019 (China)
e-commerce in China for regional agribusinesses
NSW DPI is offering NSW agribusinesses the opportunity to take part in an intensive workshop in Sydney and a week-long trade mission to China.
China has the world’s largest e-commerce market, worth an estimated US$1.53 (AU$2.13) trillion in 2018 - and still growing.
Contact NSW DPI to take part and use this opportunity to develop and strengthen your online marketing skills with the potential to promote your products and services to a 1.4 billion strong Chinese market.
|Sydney and China||Participant funded event|