Budgeting is an important part of farm financial management, allowing you to anticipate likely financial outcomes and plan accordingly. A budget is a financial plan, and like all plans, will need to be monitored and adjusted as conditions change. Having a budget in place will allow you to see the fluctuations in your business as the season unfolds, which will help in investments and saving in future years.
How is this course delivered?
Available as a one day online workshop or self-paced online learning. Please click here to view the online learning system requirements.
One day online workshop: You will be joined in a virtual Blackboard Collaborate classroom (click here to check computer requirements) by other students and a teacher. You will have two weeks following the workshop to complete your assessments. To find our next available workshop for Farm Budgeting click on the link provided or look under our 'course schedule' tab.
Self-paced online learning (over 5 weeks): Use resources and information in our RuralBiz Online learning site to work through units at your own pace. For an introduction to our RuralBiz Online site follow this link. If you are interested in self-paced online learning please fill out a registration form and return it to the RuralBiz Training office.How much will this course cost?
Please contact the RuralBiz Training office on (02) 6884 8812 or firstname.lastname@example.org.