Erasmus Plus Mobility in Agriculture, Landscape Architecture and Equine

The professions of agriculture, horticulture, landscaping and horse-riding offer Erasmus Plus internships in companies. Discover the sectors.

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Find out about the opportunities offered by the professions of agriculture, horticulture, landscaping and equity


This sector includes a variety of occupations related to animal and plant production, horticulture, floristry, gardening, park and garden mechanics, grooms and farriers.

 

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Animal production

The professional is qualified to run a farm with a livestock farm. He/she is familiar with all aspects of animal husbandry, i.e. growth, feeding and reproduction. An internship abroad enables the apprentice to develop new skills.

 

Crop production

The professional works in agricultural production to advise farmers. They also choose crops by studying the soil and climate. An internship abroad in this field will allow the young apprentices to discover new agricultural techniques.

 

Gardening

The market gardener is in charge of all operations related to the cultivation of edible plants, herbs and vegetables. He/she can keep an eye on the market, in order to identify potential customers. An internship in this field will allow the apprentice to discover new techniques in a foreign language.

 

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Florist

The florist must be able to clean, receive and know flower storage procedures. They also carry out other activities such as watering, maintaining and cutting flowers and shrubs. An internship abroad will enable young apprentices to develop new techniques.

 

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Landscape designer

The professional works on the basis of the work plans that are passed on to him. Sowing and planting by preparing the soil and protecting it with tarpaulins. An internship in this field will enable the apprentice to discover new techniques abroad.

 

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Parks and gardens equipment mechanic

The professional demonstrates his or her expertise in landscape knowledge, e.g. how to manage lawns with powered equipment. An internship in this field will allow young apprentices to discover new methods in a foreign country.

 

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Groom

The professional is dedicated to the welfare of horses and their essential care, such as brushing their hair, cleaning their hooves, changing their stalls and taking care of their feed. An internship abroad in this field will enable the apprentice to discover new techniques.. Testimonials.

 

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Blacksmith

The professional protects the horses’ feet and hooves every month by cleaning and caring for them, before making and fitting new shoes. They will also look after the general health of the horses. An internship abroad will allow the apprentice to discover new techniques. Testimonials.

 

Frequently asked questions about traineeships in the agricultural, landscape and equine sector


Why do an internship abroad in the professions of agriculture, horticulture, gardening and horse riding?

First of all, an internship abroad will allow trainees to discover new techniques and methods specific to the foreign country. In addition, it will be a valuable experience on the CV.

 

Is it possible to do a mobility abroad even if you do not necessarily speak the language of the host country well?

Trainees who come to do an internship abroad with Espamob don’t speak the language of the host country perfectly, but that doesn’t mean that the mobility doesn’t go well. An experience like this will help you to get to know the language and culture better and to discover the work you like in another country.

 

What is the minimum and maximum duration of mobility in agriculture, horticulture, landscaping and equine trades?

The minimum duration of mobility in the agriculture, horticulture, landscape and equity sectors is two weeks. Traineeships usually last between two and four weeks, but can vary. Longer mobilities of up to six months are also possible.

 

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