RURAL LEADERSHIP PROGRAM at MARCUS OLDHAM COLLEGE
The Marcus Oldham Rural Leadership Program commenced in 1992 and is recognized as one of the longest running and most highly regarded rural leadership programs in the nation. It attracts support from a wide range of industry and rural community groups from a diverse regional background.
This course is an intense five-day workshop conducted on the College campus at Geelong, commencing on the last Sunday in June each year. The course seeks to develop the skills and knowledge of participants to enable them to undertake a leadership role in industry.
Each year the Rural Industries Research & Development Corporation (RIRDC) and Pollination Program offer a scholarship to the Marcus Oldham College Rural Leadership Program. Courses run each year, usually in June. Interested people in the beekeeping industry, you are invited to apply for this Course and the Scholarship on offer.
(1) For further information on this Leadership Course, visit the Marcus Oldham College web site: http://www.marcusoldham.vic.edu.au/the-centre-for-the-study-of-rural-Australia/research
(2) for Scholarship details:
- visit the RIRDC web site: http://www.rirdc.gov.au/
- email RIRDC Senior Project Manager, Dave Alden: firstname.lastname@example.org
- P.O. Box 4776, Kingston ACT 2640
- Phone: 02 6271 4128