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Our vision is to cultivate stakeholder engagement within the Red Meat Industry, fostering inclusive growth through the dissemination of knowledge.

WHO IS RMIS TRAINING?

INCLUSIVE GROWTH THROUGH TRAINING

An accredited AgriSeta training provider AGRI/C PROV/2070/22 with qualified trainers and industry experts sharing the passion to empower our farmers to thrive

RMIS Training offers livestock training that adheres to the SMART criteria: the training is Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant and Time-bound.

Our training objectives are meticulously developed based on:

WHO DO WE TRAIN?

Our training programs are specifically tailored to meet the needs of diverse audiences, including livestock farm employees, communal farmers, small- and medium-scale farmers as well as commercial farmers.

WHERE DO WE TRAIN?

Stakeholder engagement enables training to be delivered either individually on-farm or within groupings organised by official provincial or community structure groups and industry role player transformation initiatives. 

The RMIS also host monthly free online webinars.  These webinars cover topic relevant to farmers and their enterprises, including livestock diseases, seasonal nutrition, stock theft challenges and value chain requirements, amongst others.

HOW DO WE TRAIN?

The RMIS offer both credit and non-credit training options and we embrace both formal and informal learning approaches.

  • The formal accredited skills development courses are aligned with AgriSeta-accredited Unit Standards, covering various National Qualifications Framework (NQF) Levels.  These courses adhere to nationally recognised and internationally comparable training standards. The duration of these accredited courses typically ranges from 3 – 5 days, encompassing both theoretical instruction and practical demonstrations.
    • Participants in our formal, credit-bearing training programs receive certificates endorsed by AgriSeta upon successful assessment.

  • Short courses follow an accredited methodology but are condensed into a shorter time span, concentrating solely on specific topics for upskilling, filling gaps and addressing the specific needs of farmers.
    • These courses do not entail formal assessments.  Upon completion, participants in these non-credit -bearing training interventions receive certificates endorsed by the red meat industry. 

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RMIS TRAINING

RMIS training plays a crucial role in sharing livestock and industry knowledge with developing farmers, while also assisting farmers join organised structures and enabling participating in the formal value chain. By capturing information on developing farms, RMIS enhances its capability to act and achieve our 2030 inclusive growth red meat strategy objectives 

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