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Registrations Live for Pre-seeding Workshops
We have received a great response to the release of our new 'Being a Better Boss: Team Productivity & Time Management' workshop and are happy to announce that registrations are now open for three pre-seeding workshops. Also the Broomehill 'Being a Better Boss (IR): Legal Obligations for Farmers' is filling fast. Read on for all workshop details.
NEW - Being a Better Boss: Team Productivity & Time Management
Image by Belinda Gibson
MINGENEW, MERREDIN and MOORA/ DANDY people you are the first to get this new PinG interactive workshop. Topics covered include:
  • Enhancing the relationship between employers, employees, family and business partners
  • Managing conflict and difficult people
  • Self leadership and achieving results
  • Bringing out the best in others
  • Communication and interaction skills
This workshop has been designed specifically for farm businesses and is for members of the business who want to improve the way they work with their staff and farming partners.

Thanks to GRDC the subsidised fee of the BBB3 workshop is $165 (inc GST) for the first person from a farm business and $110 (inc GST) for any other members of the same business (no discount for non-farm businesses). Includes workshop manual & catering. Details of upcoming workshops below:
MINGENEW
Wednesday 29 March 2017, 9am - 3pm
Mingenew Recreation Centre (Sportsground Road)
Register now or more information

 
MOORA/ DANDY/ BADGI
Thursday 30 March 2017, 9am - 3pm
Venue TBC
 Register now or more information

MERREDIN
Tuesday 4 April 2017, 9am - 3pm
Merredin CRC (Barrack Street)
More information visit the 'WA Events' page of our website or contact Hellene McTaggart, WA Coordinator wa@partnersingrain.org.au or mobile 0477 083 999 .
 
Registrations open BROOMEHILL : BBB2 (IR) workshop
Thanks to our friends at RSM Albany and Katanning, PinG will present GRDC's:
Being a Better Boss
Legal Obligations for Farmers (IR)
Tuesday 28 March 2017, 9am - 3pm
Broomehill Complex (Tie Line Road)
$220 (inc GST) for the first person from a farm business; $132 (inc GST) for any additional members of the same business.
This workshop will fill fast so don't delay, register online now. For more information click here
Tech savvy farm office guru's wanted

Are you known as the local 'tech guru' in your community? Are you operating a paperless (or almost paperless!) farm office? Or know someone who is? We'd love to hear from you.

PinG WA are looking to train up a facilitator(s) for our new 'Paperless Office' workshop being released later this year. A key strength of PinG workshops is that they are run by people who really know their stuff and who are often farmers themselves.

The 'Paperless Office' workshop will cover: static, mobile and whole farm office models; administrating a paperless system; email management; creating a professional image; security; file sharing, access and team communication; how to work around connectivity issues; and accessing online farm training.

If this opportunity interests you please contact Hellene McTaggart wa@partnersingrain.org.au or phone 0477 083 999.
Want a PinG workshop in your community.....

We are currently offering four professional development workshops and will be releasing two more later in the year. If you are interested in hosting a workshop in your community please contact Hellene McTaggart via wa@partnersingrain.org.au or call 0477 083 999.

Being a Better Boss: Managing People
Seeking & retaining staff. Do’s, don’ts, communication, templates & everything you need to know. 
Being a Better Boss: Legal Obligations for Farmers
Understanding the rules, regulations & requirements for on-farm employment
NEW- Being a Better Boss: Team Productivity & Time Management
Self leadership & achieving results; bringing out the best in others; managing conflict & difficult people; enhancing the relationship between employers, employees, family & business partners.
Farm Office Efficiencies
Managing a Professional Farm Business Office. More Organisation. Less Office Time.
COMING SOON- Farm Financial Management at your Fingertips
Understanding financial statements; measuring financial & business performance; managing financial risk; budgets and using them for effective decision making; tips and traps of equipment financing; & more.
COMING SOON- Paperless Office
Static, mobile & whole farm office models; administrating a paperless system; email management; creating a professional image; security; file sharing, access & team communication; & how to work around connectivity issues.
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Partners in Grain (PinG) is an Australia-wide not for profit organisation that aims to build the capacity of the grains industry by facilitating professional development opportunities for everyone within the farm business.
 
PinG was launched in 2001 and operates via volunteer reference groups.


PinG WA Coordinator:
Hellene McTaggart

Email: wa@partnersingrain.org.au
Phone: 0477 083 999 
Post: PO Box 47, Mingenew WA 6522          

State Reference Group:
Partners in Grain WA could not do what it does without the direction and support of the State Reference Group.

CHAIR  Bronwyn Fox, Dandaragan
bronwynfox@westnet.com.au

Gemma Walker, Munglinup
hamiltondowns@hotmail.com 

Julie Alvaro, Merredin
julpep@bigpond.com 

Hayley Wandel,Esperance
mhwandel@bigpond.com

Tracey Hobbs, Toodyay
tracehobbs@hotmail.com 

Nicole Batten, Yuna
jjnjbatten@bigpond.com

Natalie Hogg, Williams
nathogg@hotmail.com 



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