The Law and Legal Compliance Training Needs of Primary Producers in Australia

  • 128 pages

  • Published: 16 Sep 2009

  • Author(s): Coverdale, Richard

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The ability to plan for and comply with an increasingly complex range of laws governing primary production, natural-resource management and business activities, directly affects the viability of individual agricultural enterprises and the efficiency of the industry as a whole. Yet primary producers are often inadequately resourced to interpret these laws, determine their impact or initiate practices for their implementation.
This RIRDC research project indicates the areas of law primary producers identify are priorities for their businesses and factors that influence the effective delivery of training on law and legal compliance to this market. A proposed model for the development and delivery of law and legal compliance training, which takes into account the capacity and needs of the industry, has also been provided within the report.