Time & Location
03 Oct, 09:00 – 10:00
Manchester, 18 Princess St, Manchester M1 4LG, UK
About the Event
In partnership with Harper-Adams University, and the School of Sustainable Food & Farming
Launch event of the latest report by the Lifelong Education Institute, which explores the opportunities and challenges facing skills provision in the agri-food sector.
The report outlines a model of Lifelong Learning Pathways designed to open up training and retraining opportunities for existing agri-food learners and new entrants transferring across from other economic sectors.
In addition, it examines how agri-food education institutions can learn from the close industry partnerships and teaching model pioneered by Harper Adams University to help establish the UK as a global leader in agri-food education, research, and knowledge exchange.
- DEFRA Minister (Confirmed)
- David Exwood, Vice President, NFU
- Dr Marius Ostrowski, Executive Director, Lifelong Education Institute (Report Author)
- Prof. Michael Lee, Deputy Vice-Chancellor Harper-Adams University