Learning and skills
The Royal Highland Education Trust (RHET) will hold their first fundraising Gala Dinner on Friday 21 February 2020, in celebration of their 21st birthday.
RHET's purpose is to bring farming and the working countryside and its practices to life for young people. The organisation works with volunteers to provide free educational activities and experiential learning opportunities for Scotland’s children, arranging farm visits and classroom education and providing teacher training and educational resources.
Are you a student interested in land reform?
The Scottish Land Commission have launched a new national student award to encourage involvement in land reform and help with their work.
Any student studying at a Scottish academic institution who undertakes a land reform related piece of research can apply for the national student award.
Applications are now being accepted for Be Your Best Self -- personal development training for women living and working in Scottish agriculture.
- Do you feel like you need to re-focus on your life goals?
- Do you want to build your confidence and discover the true value of your skills and strengths?
- Are you looking for new opportunities and possibilities?
- Would you like to connect with other women in Scottish agriculture?
If so, then this course is for you!
The first ever National Islands Plan for Scotland has been laid before the Scottish Parliament for consideration.
The proposed National Islands Plan provides a framework for action in order to meaningfully improve outcomes for Scotland's island communities.
Are you a young entrepreneur in rural Scotland? Want to improve your business skills?
If so, register for the Scottish Agricultural and Rural Youth Pre-Accelerator Programme Ignition event to be held on Tuesday 22 October at 10am at the Royal Highland Centre, Ingliston.
A new programme has launched to help businesses develop their online presence and make the most of the digital opportunities available.
GrowOnline is an online programme open to anyone. If you sign up you will have access to a wide range of online resources including ideas, information, tutorials and mutual support from participants.
The programme has been developed by community-based enterprise support organisation GrowBiz as part of its new Making Rural Business Digital project.
With applications open until Friday 30 August, IMPACT30, the groundbreaking intensive business development programme, is gearing up to select the next 12 Highland business leaders of the future to take part in its third cohort.