The Farm Revolution training pork sector
05 OCT


The pork sector in Spain


The Spanish pork sector generates more than 300,000 direct and 100,000 indirect jobs. We are the 4th global and the 2nd European pork producer. How have we gone this far?

Thanks to the investments made in R&D and to the professionalisation of the sector.



Why is training important?


A good-quality training transforms the sector, makes the jobs more attractive, reduces the staff turnover and increases the sense of belonging towards the sector.

How can we attract new talent to the farms?

The more technified the farms are, the better the work timetable, and new higher-level professional profiles will be created that will attract young people to the rural areas of Spain.

The greatest competitivity factor of the farms is the qualification of their staff.

In this webinar we talked about new training plans, such as the dual professional training with specialisation in swine, and about other training plans that are underway.



The experts


To identify the training needs and to know how to develop a specialised offer, our CEO, Mr. Miguel Chico, was joined by 3 great professionals in the sector:


✅ Mr. Eduardo Costa (President of I+Porc)
✅ Mr. Jose Antonio Fernández (CEO at 333 Pig Academy )

✅ Mr. Miguel Ángel Higuera – Anprogapor‘s manager, as the moderator.


We bet for the training in the sector and for encouraging the collaboration with universities, high schools and training centres.



Watch the webinar again


If you want to know why training is necessary to achieve the digital transformation of the sector, watch our webinar again.

So far, the audio is only available in Spanish.



Keep up to date with the latest news on ASF and how it affects Spain and the rest of the European countries. Watch our webinar on African swine fever again.


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