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New program launched on National Agriculture Day
21 November 2017
To coincide with National Agriculture Day, Minister for Education and Training Sue Ellery visited Muresk Institute on Tuesday to launch a new agricultural training program. Find out more.

CRT's top choice fourth year running
10 November 2017
More than 30 staff from rural supplies company CRT descended on Muresk Institute this week for their annual training workshop. Find out more.

The team behind the scenes

20 September 2017
Not only is Muresk Institute an agricultural skills hub, facilitating the training of more than 2,000 students each year, but it’s a 898 hectare working farm, conference venue and accommodation facility. It takes a dedicated team to ensure its smooth running and here we introduce you to them. Find out more.

New opportunity for Western Australian horse enthusiasts
4 September 2017
For the first time in Western Australia, horse enthusiasts will have access to a nationally certified course in equine hoofcare. Find out more.

Curtin University to offer Agribusiness degree at Muresk

17 August 2017
Education and Training Minister Sue Ellery announced Curtin University will offer an Associate Degree in Agribusiness at Muresk Institute from 2019. Find out more.

Leadership and management course at Muresk

25 July 2017
Calling all emerging leaders and managers. Solidify your leadership skills and open the door to new career opportunities. Find out more.

Muresk helps Aboriginal students to enter the workforce
12 June 2017
A group of students who recently completed a Certificate II in Rural Operations at Muresk Institute have already been snapped up for work by Greening Australia. Find out more.

Muresk Institute Open Day - 20 May 2017

07 April 2017
Muresk Institute is gearing up for this year’s Open Day with a full program of events and activities planned. Find out more.

New technology ensures students are job ready with technical know-how

31 January 2017
New technology acquired by Muresk Institute will make a big difference in the delivery of precision agricultural training and will provide a unique learning experience for students. Find out more.

Something for everyone at Muresk Institute
30 January 2017
Muresk Institute’s 2017 training and education program has officially started with a diverse range of courses on offer. Find out more.

New opportunities to develop agricultural skills
20 December 2016
Memoranda of Understanding signed today by the Liberal National Government will strengthen agricultural skills development in Western Australia and provide new opportunities for students. Find out more.

Muresk Institute recognised for its impact on agricultural skills training
7 September 2016
Muresk Institute’s role in transforming agricultural education and training has been recognised in this year’s Premier’s Awards. Find out more.

Variety in short courses deliver training ‘just in time’

5 September 2016
A new offering on Muresk Institute’s short course calendar will give students a taste of working on a cattle or sheep station. Find out more.

Practical traineeship for newest recruit

2 September 2016
Nineteen-year-old Luke Hinton from York has signed on for a 12-month traineeship, completing a Certificate III in Agriculture. Find out more.

Sheep Easy at Muresk
24 August 2016
A popular annual field day for sheep producers will be held at Muresk Institute for the first time on Tuesday 13 September. Find out more.

Agricultural training calendar offers diversity
16 June 2016
The secret to managing working dogs will be revealed during three short courses to be held at Muresk Institute next month. Find out more.

Muresk Institute open day showcases opportunities
31 May 2016​
Hundreds of people gained an insight into training and careers in agricultural on the weekend as Muresk Institute hosted its annual open day. Find out more.

From paddock to plate
22 April 2016
High school students from Margaret River, Moora and Northam spent five days at Muresk Institute last week learning about how food gets from the paddock to the plate. Find out more.

Paddock to plate
24 March 2016
Muresk Institute in collaboration with South West Institute of Technology is offering high school students (16 years and older) the opportunity to get a greater understanding of how their food gets from the paddock to their plate.
Find out more.

Muresk Institute Open Day – Save the date
22 March 2016
We are preparing for a day of activity, fun and discovery as part of our annual open day. Find out more.

New students set sights on agricultural skills training
4 March 2016
Employers in the agricultural industry are encouraged to put their hand up to provide hands on experience for a growing number of students keen to establish a career in the sector. Find out more.

Agriculture career days
4 March 2016
Muresk Institute is hosting a series of free career days to give students the opportunity to experience the agriculture industry and to learn about the career pathways and courses available. Find out more.

New course to provide station hand skills
5 February 2016
A new training course to be delivered at Muresk Institute will lead graduates on a pathway to work in outback Australia. Find out more.

MOU signed to establish State Soil Archive
22 January 2016
Western Australia will have a State Soil Archive this year, housing hundreds of thousands of soil samples from the Kimberley to the South Coast. A Memorandum of Understanding has been signed between the Department of Agriculture and Food (DAFWA) and the Department of Training and Workforce Development to establish the Archive at the Muresk Institute. Find out more.

Another milestone for Muresk Institute through inaugural Diploma program
7 January 2016
Muresk Institute will notch up an important milestone this year as students undertaking the inaugural Integrated Diploma Program (Diploma of Agriculture) complete their studies. Among them is Jemma Brown, who gained more than expected during her first year of the program. Find out more.