The NFU is working across the industry to ensure that training is easily accessible and reflects the sector's needs and priorities.
We are working to promote skills and training to develop a professional, competitive and highly skilled workforce.
The NFU is a key member of the AgriSkills Forum, which is responsible for developing the industry skills strategy, and is seen as the first point of call for the government on industry skills issues.
The NFU is engaging with the National Land Based College, a UK-wide virtual college championing skills development and providing a digital hub for land based careers, education and training.
We encourage anyone working in the industry to register with the NLBC to receive ongoing skills support throughout your career.
Every quarter, the NFU compiles a list of agriculture-related courses and training events around England and Wales. View this month's Skills Roundup here.
NFU recently organised a roundtable discussion between farming and food businesses, labour providers and the independent Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) to ensure that concerns over industry workforce requirements were being heard loud and clear.
The Prince's Farm Resilience Programme supports small and medium sized family farm businesses to improve efficiency and resilience with free specialist guidance and one-to-one advice.
We've put together more than 150 NFU Business Guides covering all aspects of running a successful agricultural or horticultural business.
A monthly newsletter focusing on the work of our science and regulatory affairs teams, and their successes for NFU members.
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