Forces Farming is very well connected to the farming industry and works with many manufacturers who support veteran employment.
Leveraging these contacts and Forces Farming knowledge we offer you a first step in considering this new career.
By hosting insight days and events we share knowledge and make this industry more transparent.
Experience Opportunities are available to increase your knowledge before deciding to invest further time and investment in additional training.
Forces Farming can provide connections to farmers, dealerships and machinery manufacturers who have registered their support for employing veterans.
In addition Forces Farming can introduce and advise you on other areas of the agricultural industry such as crop production, the food sector, agri tech opportunities such as drone or UAV possibilities.
Training will vary from on farm insight days focussing on specific elements such as livestock or crop production or shepherding or machinery operations to shadowing opportunities.
These insight days provide the foundation for further official training delivered by Forces Farming partners and supporting organisations.
For more engineering focussed careers Forces Farming are working with professional industry bodies to recognise any existing qualifications gained during your time in service such as hydraulic, electrical or mechanical engineering.
Supporting you with CV writing and skills definition and transfer Forces Farming leverages years of experience and transfers this into strong representation of you and what you offer a business.
We offer a platform for service leavers and veterans to share their CV with Forces Farming and then it can be shared with potential employers supporting Forces Farming and increasing veteran employment.
Forces Farming acts as a central location for agricultural jobs, either seasonal or full time we help you make step into a very rewarding industry.
With ongoing employment mentoring for the employer and yourself Forces Farming offer support and clarification during the first months of employment.