Teacher in Charge: T. Phillips
The 350,000 people working in primary industries in New Zealand help feed, shelter, and clothe the world. Primary Industries have always been important to New Zealand, earning over $36 billion a year in export earnings.
Primary industries of importance to New Zealand include:
This option course is designed to give students an introduction into what is involved in some areas of New Zealand’s Primary Industries. The following are some of the areas we will be looking at:
All students need: pens, pencils, ruler, eraser, glue stick, highlighters, coloured pencils, scissors for all classes.
Specific requirements are as follows:
1 x 1E5 or 1B5 Excercise book
Product Assembler, Automotive Technician, Farmer/Farm Manager, Textile Process Operator, Farm Worker, Dairy Farmer, Crop Farmer/Crop Manager, Fishery Officer, Marine Engineer, Food and Beverage Factory Worker, Forest Manager, Forestry and Logging Worker, Forestry Scientist, Gardener, Veterinarian, Quarantine Officer, Agricultural/Horticultural Scientist, Agricultural Technician, Beekeeper, Statistician, Arborist, Biosecurity Officer, Butcher, Crop Worker, Agricultural Field Representative, Groundsperson, Health and Safety Adviser, Nursery Grower/Worker, Packhouse Worker, Landscaper, Heavy Truck Driver, Firefighter, Meat/Seafood Process Worker, Diver, Metal Worker, Helicopter Pilot, Horse Trainer, Zoologist, Architect, Building Insulator, Conservator, Energy/Carbon Auditor, Ranger, Pest Control Technician, Hunter/Trapper