Trinity Employment Services and Whatever with Wiggy invite members of the agricultural sector community to join us for an informative seminar about employing migrant workers and supporting mental health on farms, followed by a sausage sizzle at Trinity's Dunsandel office!
The event is free of charge and will take place on Tuesday, 11 October, from 11am. The programme is as follows:
From 11am - 11:30am:
Chat with Jamee Zohs, Trinity's Immigration Business Manager and Licensed Adviser, and Rike Struss, Trinity's Agricultural Recruitment Manager, about the Accredited Employer Work Visa system to hire migrant farm workers, and the offshore recruitment process with external agencies.
From 11:30am - 12pm:
Chat with Craig Wiggins (from Whatever with Wiggy charity) about mental health in the agricultural sector and how to support farm staff, especially migrant workers.
From 12pm - 2pm:
Sausage sizzle for seminar participants to celebrate the end of calving season in New Zealand and Mental Heath Awareness Month. Food and drinks on us.
We welcome all members of the agricultural sector community to participate and celebrate with us! Save the date and confirm your spot on the event below:
- Tuesday, 11 October
- From 11am
- Trinity's Dunsandel office (1 Hororata Dunsandel Road, Dunsandel)
If you have any questions you would like answered on the seminar or any other concerns, please get in touch with Rike via email on firstname.lastname@example.org or contact us.