Learning and working at the same time is a recipe for success! Training on the job as an apprentice combines working and learning at the same time. On this program, you’ll be a ForFarmers employee, and will go to college one day a week and work in the mill on the other four. Guidance will be provided by experienced, expert colleagues and you’ll also have a mentor to support you in your practical training. It includes roles in operations and technical positions such as electricians and mechanical engineers.
Your college will provide the theoretical part of your education, while your ForFarmers supervisor will follow your learning process and show you how to apply the theory in practice.
ForFarmers pays for your training
When you start, you’ll receive an apprenticeship/employment contract for the duration of the course including information about your salary. ForFarmers will pay the training costs (tuition and books), and once you’ve obtained your qualification, you can apply for a permanent position.