Following its success in Dairy-Tech 2019, the Skills Studio will be returning again in 2020 and will once again act as the one-stop-shop for students, new entrants into the industry and those looking to develop their skills. There will be a drop-in CV clinic, a jobs board and information about study tours and ag courses as well as the presentation of a number of RABDF student awards. Come along to meet representatives of the whole supply chain and the Cream Award Young Farmer finalists to inspire your next career move.

The seminar programme for Dairy-Tech 2020 will be released later this year. 

 

09:00 – 10:00am: Drop-in CV clinic

Agricultural Recruitment specialist De Lacy will offer guidance on creating an effective
CV for school leavers, graduates, jobseekers and those looking to change careers

 

 

10:00am: Promoting opportunities for young people

Come and hear about the trip of a lifetime to New Zealand and how the Louise Hartley
Foundation is helping young people in livestock farming develop their career

 

10:30 – 11:30am: Agricultural courses drop-in

Find out about college and university courses offered in the UK

In partnership with: Bridgwater and Taunton College, Harper Adams University,
Newcastle University, Reaseheath College, Royal
Agricultural University, SRUC, University of Nottingham

 

11:30am: Entrepreneurs in Dairying – case studies/Q&A session

 

 

12:00noon: Dairy Student award debate and award presentation


The 2019 Dairy Student award judges and finalists will discuss dairy farming of the
future before the award presentation is made

 

12:45pm: Barclays Lifeskills

 

 

1:30pm

Meet the Farming Supply Chain

 

 

2:30pm: Farm Health Planning Award presentation

Sponsors Volac will present the RABDF Farm Health Planning Awards 2019

 

 

3:00pm: The Cream Awards Young Farmer finalists

Meet the young farmers who have been shortlisted as the Cream Awards
finalists and find out why

 

 

3:30 – 4:30pm: Drop-in CV clinic

Agricultural Recruitment specialist De Lacy will offer guidance on creating an effective
CV for school leavers, graduates, jobseekers and those looking to change careers