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Money Making Mums

Commissioned by: Meat and Livestock Australia
Undertaken by: Roberts Evaluation Pty Ltd
Date of report: September 2003

Synopsis The pilot workshop, Money Making Mums, was held on the 4 September 2003 at the Department of Primary Industries Research Institute at Rutherglen, Victoria. There were 20 participants, 6 women and 14 men. The age range of the group was from age 30 to over 50 years of age. The participants were sheep farmers from Victoria.

This workshop is one of many offered by the education arm of Meat and Livestock Australia, the industry organisation that carries out research and development for the beef and sheep meat producers of Australia. We evaluated it in its final phase as a pilot

The workshop presentation was measured against the stated learning objectives, principles of adult learning, participation and action learning. The accommodation of the different learning styles in the presentation was also evaluated.

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