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How accessible is information on careers in farming and food supply to schools?

Discussion in 'Headteachers' started by FACEEducation, Apr 19, 2012.

  1. Are career paths or career advice in Agriculture or the Countryside accessible to schools and pupils? ?Careers in Farming and Food Supply? is the first sector wide initiative focused on attracting the best and brightest into the food supply sector, from farm to processor. With the increasing challenge of producing more food with fewer resources new talent is needed. The initiative seeks to engage the industry in raising awareness of inspiring careers opportunities amongst 11-19 year olds, their careers advisors and parents. It will provide a ?one-stop shop? for careers information, advice and guidance, and encourage the sector to engage in activities that promote it to young people. It will be interesting to hear your opinions on both, how accessible these careers are, and the potential of this new initiative. Regards, Farming and Countryside Education (FACE) For more information please visit our website at: http://face-online.org.uk/
     
  2. Are career paths or career advice in Agriculture or the Countryside accessible to schools and pupils? ?Careers in Farming and Food Supply? is the first sector wide initiative focused on attracting the best and brightest into the food supply sector, from farm to processor. With the increasing challenge of producing more food with fewer resources new talent is needed. The initiative seeks to engage the industry in raising awareness of inspiring careers opportunities amongst 11-19 year olds, their careers advisors and parents. It will provide a ?one-stop shop? for careers information, advice and guidance, and encourage the sector to engage in activities that promote it to young people. It will be interesting to hear your opinions on both, how accessible these careers are, and the potential of this new initiative. Regards, Farming and Countryside Education (FACE) For more information please visit our website at: http://face-online.org.uk/
     

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