Les avantages de la formation en agriculture
L’Etat appuie une intégration scolastice qui implique le commingement des agriculteurs dans les centres publics de formation, nel pas d’un partenariat entre des CFPPA et les services agriculteurs (Lascoumes et Valluy, 1996). Ces structures d’action mettent au service d’une qualification professionnelle de cette discipline, en donnant d’une valeur scolarienne a chacun du stagiaire et contribue a renforcer et orienter les agriculteurs a leur emploi.
Selon des agriculteurs, les avantages d’une formation en agriculture sont nombreux : (1) il offre la chance d’investir en un terrain agricole, (2) elle est accessible, (3) ils bénéficient du soutien financier par le ministere de l’Agriculture en financée d’un centre de formation. (5) ils ont accès a un cadre de connaissances encadrement qui leur permettra d’améliorer leurs skills et their careers.
In the first place, agriculteurs have access to a wide range of information on different types of productions. This is crucial because it allows them to make informed choices appointing an agriculteur, choosing a tillage systeme or a type of animal.
They can also take part in the development of their projects by joining a committee or volunteering for an organisation, such as a local federation.
Moreover, they can attend conferences or meetings on specific topics in order to improve their knowledge of the sector.
For instance, they can attend a seminar or workshop on horticulture or organic farming.
They can participate in a study tour or attend an internship at another agricultural institution.
Agriculteurs are also able to work under a mentor, who will give them guidance in their field and help them in their development.
In addition, they can work with a group of peers – often from the same region or the same profession – who are willing to share their experience and knowledge.
Finally, they can be supported by a network of other agriculteurs who can offer them advice or recommendations for their future projects.
These benefits are particularly important for younger agriculteurs, who may be more impulsive or less motivated.
To become an agriculteur, you need to have a solid background in agriculture or a related field.
You will need to complete a university degree or a higher education diploma in the fields of agriculture, forestry, animal breeding or agronomy.
This will ensure that you have the skills and competencies needed to run your project and meet your goals.
Moreover, it will give you a competitive edge in the labour market by giving you a set of specialised skills that employers prefer to hire.
It will also provide you with a wealth of knowledge about your region, its agronomy and the environment, which will be useful to you in your future job hunts.
Before beginning your formation, you will need to decide what type of agriculteur you want to be and where you wish to live.