Field-Focused Learning: Dive Into RCS’s Keep In Touch (KIT) Days for Practical Insights and Community Collaboration.
RCS Keep In Touch (KIT) Days are not just events, but gateways to a wealth of knowledge and community connection. We adopt an inclusive, all-welcome policy, encouraging hosts and attendees to bring along neighbours, staff, family, and friends, fostering a strong community spirit. Here’s what you can expect at a KIT Day.
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9:30 am Smoko (tea and coffee provided)
10:00 am Introduction to the farm by the host
10:20 am Facilitated discussion
12:30 pm Lunch (BYO lunch, chair and water)
1:30 pm Farm tour and discussion
4:00 pm Wrap up and finish
Regardless of whether you’ve previously participated in RCS courses, our KIT Days are open to all with an interest in the agricultural sector. These days are crafted to be inclusive and enriching for everyone involved in or curious about agriculture.
Host a RCS Keep In Touch Day: Transform Your Agribusiness with Collective Expertise
Elevate your agribusiness by hosting a RCS Keep In Touch Day on your property. This unique opportunity allows you to address real-life agricultural challenges through the collective wisdom of industry peers and experts. Embrace the power of shared knowledge, as we believe in the old adage: “A problem shared is a problem halved,” or in this case, more likely solved with the wealth of input available.
Our expert RCS facilitators lead these sessions, ensuring a stress-free experience for you as a host. You won’t need to handle technical queries or guide discussions. This is an invaluable chance for agricultural professionals at any stage of their journey to gain from innovative ideas and collaborative problem-solving.
As a Keep In Touch Day host, here’s what you’ll need to do:
Hosting a Keep In Touch Day is not just an event, but a strategic step in growing your agribusiness through community engagement, expert guidance, and shared learning. Take advantage of this opportunity to have your unique challenges addressed and learn from the collective experience of the agricultural community.
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