Agricultural businesses across Greater Lincolnshire are increasingly being motivated to commit to the way forward for their workforce and benefit from a zero cost business skills programme, should the region is to maintain its international reputation in agri-food.
With more grade-1 agricultural land than some other Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) in England, Greater Lincolnshire LEP has ambitious plans to the region’s agri-food sector to double its contribution into the economy by 2030.
In order to do this growth, a programme of investment in productive capacity, skills files is implemented they are driving a boost in sales for the UK and export market.
As thing, education providers have devised a programme of integrated skills and innovation support to facilitate the development of a much more productive agri-food sector.
The lessons are aligned closely with all the regional agri-food sector plan, which was adopted by Greater Lincolnshire LEP, and addresses the actions that demand to be consumed the other 3-4 years as major changes have an effect on thier food chain.
Agricultural businesses along the Greater Lincolnshire region are now being offered the opportunity register to Skills Support for the Workforce (SSW), a regional skills and enterprise programme led by Calderdale College together with 13 local training providers.
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