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The Numadi Irish Agricultural Work Experience Programme provides a supported cultural, educational and personal development experience for young Europeans from diverse agricultural backgrounds.
Students live as part of an Irish rural family and improve their English language skills at the same time.
Ireland’s agricultural heritage and family ethos make for unique work experience placements for those planning a career in equine, agriculture, veterinary, landscaping or agri-tourism fields.
We are experts in the agriculture and equine sectors in Ireland and our tours can encompass every aspect of these industries. Our contacts throughout Ireland allow us to offer our study groups exclusive visits to yards and farms to really given an insight into the real Ireland. our tours can be as long as you need, we specialise in 3-7 day trips.
Our study tours are tailored to every single group's individual needs. We can cater for any group size, from 10 up to 70 participants. We have arranged tours for student groups, teacher-only groups, for special needs students, for general industry overview or for targeted, specialist experiences.
Example Tour Itineraries
Tour Designed for Specialist Equine StudentsDAY 1 Met by a guide at the airport Sightseeing in Dublin Travel to Accommodation DAY 2 Morning visit to Irish National Stud and Japanese gardens, guided tour of stud and Horse Museum Afternoon visit to RACE - Racing Academy & Centre of Education, and associated Farriery school DAY 3 Morning visit to the Irish Equine Centre (centre for research into Equine wellbeing) Visit Troytown GreyAbbey - leading equine hospital DAY 4 Morning visit to a renowned producer of Connemara ponies Afternoon visit to stable yard Grennan College An evening of racing at Punchestown Racecourse (National Hunt meeting) DAY 5 Day at Balmoral Agricultural Show - leading Ag show in Northern Ireland
Example Tour Itineraries
Tour Designed for Specialist Agriculture StudentsDAY 1 Met by a guide at the airport Sightseeing in Dublin Travel to Accommodation DAY 2 Morning visit to a specialist goat farm. Afternoon visit to award-winning border collie (sheepdog) breeder and trainer. Evening visit to Alpaca farm. DAY 3 Morning visit to Adare Heritage Centre Late morning visit to Ireland's only Water Buffalo farm. Afternoon visit to O'Donovan Engineering - Agricultural Engineering specialist. DAY 4 Morning tour of the Gurteen College working farm. Lunchtime visit to a large dairy farm. Afternoon sight-seeing in Kilkenny City.
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