The Practical Systems support experience is unique.
At the heart of our customer support is our team of university students who are:
Our training program is designed to complement their undergraduate studies and assist them with their transition to a graduate program.
We have successfully placed 60+ graduates with organisations who are committed to a rural and regional Australia including:
Meet our current team.
Effie grew up on a mixed cropping and shorthorn cattle property east of Dunedoo and moved to Armidale at the beginning of 2016 to study a Bachelor of Agriculture/Bachelor of business. Effie joined the team at Practical Systems towards the end of 2016. Prior to this she worked as a Teacher’s aide in Mudgee and in the future aspires to work within the Agribusiness industry as she has an interest in marketing and export of both grain and beef.
Sarah lives on a sheep and cattle property near Gunbar, in south-western New South Wales. Growing up on the land and studying agriculture at school, has instilled in her a strong passion for agriculture. She one day hopes to make an impact in rural communities by ensuring younger generations acquire the relevant skills and are enthusiastic about working on the land. Sarah began working for Practical Systems in June 2017 and is currently studying a Bachelor of Agricultural and Resource Economics at the University of New England.
Darcia spent most of her childhood years in Brisbane but has been around farming her whole life.
During school holidays she enjoyed visiting her grandparent’s properties in the Northern Rivers and then in the New England regions of NSW; and it was through these experiences Darcia developed a love for agriculture.
Darcia moved to Armidale in August 2016 to undertake a Bachelor of Agriculture / Bachelor of Laws at the University of New England.
She joined the team at Practical Systems in July 2017.
Emma grew up in Sydney attending the local agricultural high school. To pursue her passion in agriculture she moved to Armidale to study a Bachelor of Rural Science. Prior to University Emma volunteered for the local veterinary hospital as well as providing assistance on the school farm. This led to her participation in the Sydney Royal Agricultural Show for numerous years. After successfully completing her first year of university, Emma joined the team at Practical Systems in late 2016.
Zara comes from a sheep and cropping property out of Beachport in the South-East of South Australia.
In 2017, she made the move to Armidale to begin her studies in a Bachelor of Agriculture/Bachelor of Business and joined the practical systems team in July 2018.
She enjoys helping out and being involved in all aspects of the family farm when she goes home and looks forward to continuing being an active part of the agricultural industry upon the completion of her degree.
Jess grew up on a cattle property in Tooma, Southern NSW.
After completing high school she lived and worked for a year on a cattle station in the East Pilbara, WA.
Jess began her studies at the University of New England in 2017, undertaking a Bachelor of Agriculture/ Bachelor of Business. She looks forward to pursuing her passion for the beef industry upon completion of her degree.
Jess joined the practical systems team in August 2018.
Emm grew up on a commercial cattle property outside of Gayndah, located in South East Queensland before working in the Northern Territory after finishing year 12. She spent three years on S. Kidman’s Helen Springs Station, 140km north of Tennant Creek and then a short stint at NAPCO’s Alexandria station, North-West of Camooweal. In June 2017, Emm decided it was time for a change and to further her skills began studying a Bachelor of Business with an agribusiness major.
Upon completion of her degree from the University of New England, she would like to return to the agricultural industry.
Emm joined the team at Practical Systems in November 2018.