Training Centric

Where Industry and Training Connect

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Mobile Training in Shed

Online dairy training videos – now with Tagalog Captions

Dairy Assistant Training

Hire and train new employees with confidence. Our online and on-farm
training give your employees a fast start to build skills quickly.

The online course features professionally-shot videos (Country
Calendar director!) with industry experts breaking down each
task, giving your employees a head start.

On-farm training builds skills quickly without having to go
off-site, saving time and costs while increasing productivity.

Have the training you need for the work to be done well, reducing costly
mistakes, building confidence and value in your team.

Online Training First

On Farm Training Next

Online Training:

$95 per module or $495 for Full Dairy Assistant Certificate

(5 modules total)

Goto Agricademy site and register

A trainee has access to online training at any time and can revisit content as often as needed.

The online course includes short videos of tasks, quizzes and informative PDFs.

  • An overview of the dairy assistant role
  • Cow health and behaviour
  • Break fencing and feed
  • Pasture and supplements
  • The importance of high-quality water
  • The shed: routines, systems and teamwork
  • Calving

On farm Training:

Dependent on requirements from $250 with 2 hour blocks tailored for your staff

Contact us at Training Centric – add your phone number to the message and we’ll give you a call (note that online modules need to be completed first).

A trainer will schedule on-farm training sessions, with each session focusing on specific skills sets.

Side-by-side training, sharing knowledge, providing guidance, answering questions, and providing feedback.  

  • Paddock condition and grazing rotation
  • Providing high quality water
  • Break fencing, mustering and cow behaviour
  • Processes for herring bone or rotary sheds
  • Setting up the shed and awareness of changes
  • Loading the shed, cupping, udder health, teat spray
  • Cleaning shed and yard