With close links to Plant and Food, FPNZ involves scientists and specialists in the design and delivery of our programmes. Trainees then enroll on a National or New Zealand Certificate in Baking, level 3 or 4 which they complete on the job training, via distance training modules and annual block courses.
Federated Farmers Apprenticeship launches September 29, Federated Farmers and Primary ITO have teamed up on an exciting new apprenticeship to rapidly grow people capability in the dairy industry. The Federated Farmers Apprenticeship Dairy will be launched as a pilot in selected regions.
It will be showcased throughout the country from Monday 2 October, starting with Hamilton, followed by Wellington TuesdayChristchurch Wednesday and Invercargill Thursday.
Federated Farmers Dairy Industry Group Chairperson Chris Lewis says, "We are delighted to be working alongside Primary ITO, the training organisation for the primary industries, to support our Federated Famers employers to gain motivated and capable staff for their farms.
Federated Farmers will identify dairy farm employers and ensure they are equipped to offer a quality work environment, while actively supporting the on-job training and development of their apprentice. Workplace Action Plan, and resources that underpin the best on-job training, career development and support for their apprentice.
The professional development of the employer is also an important aspect of the Farm Charter - they will learn and grow throughout the apprenticeship too," says Chris.
They will also support the apprenticeship through regular farm visits to ensure everything is on-track, providing extra assistance as needed.
Primary ITO Chief Executive Dr Linda Sissons says, "Through the apprenticeship we want to recruit bright and motivated New Zealanders onto our dairy farms and show everyone what a great career choice dairy farming is.
Our apprentices will have the opportunity to work and learn in an exciting and innovative environment, with an increasing focus on technology, as well as to be a part of their local farming community.
We have ambitious aims for them - we want them to become farm managers and owners one day. By providing a new pathway and linking it with employers motivated to demonstrate and develop their people management skills, the partner organisations hope to increase both the capacity and the capability of new entrants to the industry and to reduce reliance on migrant labour.
The Ministry for Primary Industries MPI has estimated that New Zealand will need an extra 50, qualified workers in the primary sector in the next eight years. Register your interest in the Federated Farmers Apprenticeship - either as an employer or apprentice online now at farmapprentice.Mission-driven organization representing over 6, of the world’s leading colleges, schools, and other educational organizations.
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