- About us
- Courses and Programs
- Adult Literacy and Numeracy (Top End)
- Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP)
- English as a Second Language
- International English Language Testing System (IELTS)
- Business (Central)
- Commercial Cookery and Bakery (Top End)
- Information Technology and Library Studies (Top End)
- Sales and Personal Services (Top End)
- Tourism and Hospitality (Central)
- Tourism, Hospitality and Recreation (Top End)
- VET Businesses
Business and Employers
We provide assistance to study assistance to students during their studies.
We are a provider approved to deliver government subsidised training places under the NT Training Entitlement to eligible students at the Certificate III level or higher.
If you need to meet your compulsory Training Benchmark or risk cancellation of your 457 sponsorship, CDU offers solutions for 457 Visa Training Benchmarks A and B in the Northern Territory.
The School of Primary Industries sits within the VET Sector of Charles Darwin University. There are four teams, within the school, that cover training in Agriculture, Aquaculture, Horticulture and Conservation Land Management.
Teams within the School of Primary Industries are:
- Agriculture and Rural Operation (Top End)
- Conservation and Land Management (Top End)
- Horticulture (Top End)
- Conservation and Land Management (Central)
- Maritime and Seafood
These Teams provide nationally recognised accredited training that contributes to the University achieving its vision of being a thriving and innovative university, which recognises and utilises its unique geography and demography, for the benefit of the whole community through education, research and community engagement.
The staff are committed to strong contact with industry to ensure training is current, outcomes are relevant to industry and to also provide advice to industry on current assessment methodologies. The operations of the School are driven by the principles of continuous improvement, best practice and innovation.
Teams are based in specific geographic locations, but may be able to deliver anywhere in the Northern Territory depending on the area of study and the method you wish to study. Courses may be offered internally, externally or as mixed mode.
The School of Primary Industries aims to share best practice and works towards maintaining consistency within the University.
T: 1300 007 545 | 1300 00 SKILLS