Training for New Agriculture Agents

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Register in XLMS today! The opportunities for new agriculture agents to attend this training: September 21-22, 2021. This subject matter specific  Onboarding training is available to all new agriculture agents (Horticulture, Forestry, Field Crops, Livestock, etc.). Additionally, Program Assistants/Technicians that have agricultural responsibilities and CEDs that would like to know more about agriculture agents’ responsibilities are welcome to attend. Registration is required for this in-person training; this is phase 4 of the Extension Onboarding process for Agriculture Agents. 

The goal of this training is to provide N.C. Cooperative Extension’s agriculture agents a basic understanding of the responsibilities, systems, and resources needed to perform their jobs with excellence. Once training is completed, agriculture agents will have a basic foundation from which to build their careers and be leaders in their fields within their communities. Topics covered include building resources; expectations and responsibilities; working with community partners; recording and reporting data; working with ASAs, Research Stations, and Specialists; conducting site visits; and more.