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string art fred tegn Accepting an intern from the Agro Business and Landscape Management programme is an excellent opportunity for you and your company to team up with an Academy student who can carry out specific tasks relating to agriculture, environment and nature, and also contribute with new approaches for your company’s challenges.
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- additional resources dedicated to specific tasks within case work, dealing with authorities, consultancy, sampling, inspection and education
- the opportunity to test a potential future employee in real life
- the opportunity to provide a student with valuable hands-on experience.
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billede om fødselsdag These are examples of internship tasks and final exam projects:
- Inspection and monitoring
- Preliminary studies
- Case work
- Implementation and management of projects
- Participating in everyday routines
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virker kemo terapi behandling på alle ens We have compiled some good advice that will help you as well, as the student, benefit as much as possible from the internship.
- The student and company must adjust expectations prior to the internship period. This involves tasks to be performed, working hours and other expectations to ensure mutually satisfactory cooperation.
- You are always welcome to contact the student’s internship counsellor at the Academy for inspiration, information or advice concerning the internship.
- The student is doing an internship in order to learn. Make sure you provide a good mixture of tasks of both a challenging and also a more routine-based nature. Some are able to handle a lot of responsibility from day one, others need a more careful dosage.
- It is recommended to associate the student with one or more contacts throughout the internship, individuals who can help guide, inspire and motivate the student.
- Think about and discuss what could be a good subject for the student’s final exam project. Some agree on the subject at an early stage, whereas others wait until they know each other a little better.
- Introduce the student to the entire company, look at the intern as a ‘fully accepted’ member of the team.
- Be proactive – talk to the student or the Academy if something is not quite as expected.
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- 1st period: 2 weeks in July/August
- 2nd period: 8 weeks in March/April
mavesmerter efter mad The periods can possibly be arranged differently. After the end of the long internship period, the student and the company can agree that the final exam project will be written in cooperation with the company.
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wrangler skjorte dame Subsidies for e.g. transport, rent and a phone, which the student can document are related to the internship, can be given without affecting the student's educational grant (SU).
amerika plads copenhagen The Agro Business and Landscape Management programme is a 2-year higher education Academy Profession degree programme which, among other things, qualifies the student to work within planning, organising and implementing tasks related to communication, consultancy, production and management within agriculture and related businesses. The admission requirements are upper secondary certificates or a relevant vocational education.
farlige farverige hajer There are different fields of study that provides the students with specific knowledge about particular areas:
- Agro business economy
- Agro business management
- Arable production
- Cattle production
- Environmental management
- Equine production
- Horticultural production
- Landscape architecture
- Pig production
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time out london If the internship takes place in a company in Denmark, the student is covered by the act on worker's compensation (lov om arbejdsskadesikring), cf. Ministerial Order no.185 from 23 February 2017, and by the act on liability for damages (lov om erstatningsansvar).
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