3D training for dairy exporters


Monday, 08 July, 2024

3D training for dairy exporters

The dairy industry now has access to a new training program designed to build exporters’ skills and knowledge.

​The course, named Culture: Growing dairy exports, was developed in partnership with Dairy Australia and Charles Sturt University. Deputy Secretary for Trade Tina Hutchison said this free program will support Australia’s dairy export sector.

“The five-module training course will upskill industry and develop their knowledge of export regulatory requirements,” Hutchison said.

“The training focuses on whole-of-system thinking that improves participants’ ability to establish internal monitoring and verification systems to meet the export dairy regulatory requirements.

“Users will be able to engage with 3D-animated scenarios showing them the impacts of non-compliance, and the effectiveness of root cause analysis and communications.

“Toolkits have been designed to assist in implementing skills gained in training into the work of various roles within a dairy establishment.

“These toolkits provide guidance and practical tools to help build and maintain company culture and quality assurance processes, and emphasise the value of a proactive systems-based approach for managing export regulatory requirements.”

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