Friday, 21 June 2013

Career Inspirations at The Royal Highland Show with Lantra

Lantra Scotland has highlighted, at this year’s Royal Highland Show (RHS), why it is fun and rewarding for young people to seek out a career in the land-based food and drink industries.
Hosting a workshop at the RHS today, Lantra Scotland demonstrated, to the dozens of school children who attended, why Scotland’s countryside and employers need an enthusiastic and skilled workforce coming through the education system and why young people who are hungry for a job in the land-based sector can really benefit.

The workshop, whose speakers included George Taylor, farmer and MD of Taypack, Modern Apprentice Finlay Ross, Barry Graham, Head Teacher of Wallace Hall Academy and Moira Stalker from the Scottish Food and Drink Federation, highlighted the versatility, variety and interest that awaits those keen to pursue a career in the land-based and food and drink sectors. 
Lantra invited one of the Apprenticeships in Scotland enterprise apprentices along to their workshop, Shannen Scott, Youth Opportunities Apprentice said “The day was very inspirational and it was fantastic to hear some of the journey’s the speakers have went through to get where they are today. I thoroughly enjoyed Finlay’s contribution about his Modern Apprenticeship in Agriculture”

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