Learning about Land: Skills, training and employment for land-based social enterprises

Learning about Land: Skills, training and employment for land-based social enterprises

Isabella Coin

This report addresses the skills deficit in the land-based sector, and how access to suitable training and clear career pathways could help to alleviate this deficit.

Making land work requires many skills. Accordingly, access to good, comprehensive training schemes is crucial to developing a land-based sector that works for everyone. This report provides an overview of the skills needed to work in or lead a land-based social enterprise, how people commonly go about gaining and developing those skills, and the problems and solutions that emerge from this. [Read the full report here]

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