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Meat Industry Professional Development Program
The meat industry professional development program enables MINTRAC to establish suitable models of delivery and assessment, a body of competent trainers, appropriate support materials and a viable market into which this training can be sold.
MINTRAC was contracted in February 2012 to run this project, which commenced with a scan of industry professional development requirements. Priority was given to programs which prepared companies for the incoming EU requirements, such as assessing the effectiveness of stunning and the Animal Welfare Officer Skill Set.
Throughout 2012, twenty-five programs ran, with a total of 426 attendees.
Over the course of the year some modifications to the management of the program in the areas of course eligibility, costing models and branding were made at the request of the Australian Meat Processor Corporation (AMPC). The three recommendations relate to the ongoing implementation of these changes.
This page was last updated on 24/07/2017
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