19 Aug 2011, 10:24 AM
AHDB Pork Blog
The BPEX Stockman Development Programme will run in the south of England for the first time this year, following the success of the first courses in the east and north. The programme has been designed to boost practical knowledge and develop an overall understanding of the complete production cycle, from farrowing through to finishing, so stockmen can contribute as fully as possible to the business.
The scheme, which runs over a 10 month period, consists of a series of workshops, delivered by BPEX staff and regional experts and also includes allied industry visits. Each workshop will be run in five locations to ensure local training for all staff but allied trade visits will be combined between the groups.
The cost to attend the whole course is £150 per person. However, ad hoc attendance at a specific workshop is available at a cost of £25 + VAT per session. Please note allied industry sessions are only available as part of the full course. Registration for Stockman Development South closes on 1 September 2011. For more information and to register contact Lis Ravn on 0789 165 6784 or firstname.lastname@example.org
By AHDBPork at 19 Aug 2011, 10:24 AM