New for  Dairy-Tech 2019, the Skills Studio will be 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.

 

 

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