Learning and skills
RSABI has launched a new programme to encourage young people to get involved with the organisation’s board.
The charity, which supports people in Scottish agriculture, is now accepting applications from people aged 18 to 30 for its Trainee Trustee programme.
The winners of Lantra Scotland’s ALBAS (Awards for Land-based and Aquaculture Skills) were announced on Thursday 4th March at a special virtual ceremony.
A select group of Scotland’s top trainees and rural learners have been named as finalists for Lantra Scotland’s 19th Awards for Land-based and Aquaculture Skills (the ALBAS). The winners will be announced at a special virtual ceremony taking place on Thursday 4th March 2021.
New funding of £1 million will mean more children can reap the benefits of outdoor play and learning, whatever the weather.
Nurseries and other Early Learning and Childcare (ELC) settings can apply to the fund for help to buy winter clothing for young children who need it.
Women living in rural communities and women in agriculture will benefit from two new schemes designed to address inequality and provide more opportunities.