ABP's Podcast

Pandemic Positives for Education & Jobs in NI’s Agri-Food Sector

July 22, 2020 ABP Season 1 Episode 2
ABP's Podcast
Pandemic Positives for Education & Jobs in NI’s Agri-Food Sector
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ABP's Podcast
Pandemic Positives for Education & Jobs in NI’s Agri-Food Sector
Jul 22, 2020 Season 1 Episode 2
ABP

It’s an anxious time for young people who have missed out on so much due to the Coronavirus.

From disruption in education to economic turmoil, the former BBC broadcaster & farmer Karen Patterson explores if the Pandemic has produced any positives for young people wanting to study or work in agri-food in Northern Ireland? As families approach exam results time, Join Karen and guests to find out.

Who are Karen's guests:

Education Adviser for CAFRE Liz Simpson
Part-time beef farmer and Head of Biology at Belfast Royal Academy, Dr Andrew Bell
Sixth former and ABP Angus Youth Challenge Outstanding Individual, Lorcan Convery
Loughry graduate and now full-time ABP employee Sarah Jane Houston

  • If you are a parent or a teacher of a teenager, or a student who has some important choices to make about what to do next, then this podcast is for you.
Show Notes

It’s an anxious time for young people who have missed out on so much due to the Coronavirus.

From disruption in education to economic turmoil, the former BBC broadcaster & farmer Karen Patterson explores if the Pandemic has produced any positives for young people wanting to study or work in agri-food in Northern Ireland? As families approach exam results time, Join Karen and guests to find out.

Who are Karen's guests:

Education Adviser for CAFRE Liz Simpson
Part-time beef farmer and Head of Biology at Belfast Royal Academy, Dr Andrew Bell
Sixth former and ABP Angus Youth Challenge Outstanding Individual, Lorcan Convery
Loughry graduate and now full-time ABP employee Sarah Jane Houston

  • If you are a parent or a teacher of a teenager, or a student who has some important choices to make about what to do next, then this podcast is for you.