Welcome to HR Nepal. We offer extensive practical training and more. Using our branded PTC+programme, it is our goal to help you prepare for today’s poultry, pigs, and feed industry. We do that through the innovative and international programmes we offer in Kathmandu in Nepal.
The world today is facing food security and safety issues. Professionals all over the world want solutions to increase and improve their production. HR Nepal consist of the expertise fields, pigs, poultry, dairy and feed. We offer courses, consultancy and development projects for companies, government and individual professionals all over Nepal. With us you gain required knowledge and skills which can be used directly in your work.
Our motto is learning by doing. HR Nepal is a leading training centre with several training sites in Nepal. Our training programmes offer you excellent and practical education that you can apply right away in your future or current workplace. All our programmes are carried out in English, with hands-on training from experienced staff. What is more, HR Nepal offers you courses and modules that are recognized and useful for the industry.
1. HR Consulting
HR consulting is the practice of delivering all aspects of human resource management as an external provider, and with the professional and business issues associated with operating such a practice—including client development, contracts and client management.
We’ve helped organizations, of all shapes and sizes, improve their HR strategy, values and culture, sourcing and recruiting strategies, employment brand, processes, systems, and overall talent productivity.
2. Job Placement
Job placement is a service that educational institutions, employment agencies and recruiters offer to help individuals find work. Examples of placement programs include a university helping students find internships and practice interviewing, an employment agency offering vocational counseling and job leads to job seekers, Depending on where you receive placement services, the program may be free, or you may be responsible to pay for some or all of the cost.
1. Dairy Farming 2. Pig Farming
3. Poultry Farming 4. Dairy Art/Cheese Making
Agricultural, Dairy Farm, Pig Farm, Poultry Farm....
Seasonal Work Visa UK
The Temporary Work – Seasonal Worker Visa is for workers who want to go to the UK to do seasonal horticulture work with a sponsor who is an approved scheme operator.
A person on the Seasonal Worker route can stay in the UK for a maximum period of six months in any 12-month period. The Seasonal Worker visa is not a route to settlement and applicants cannot be joined by dependent partners and children.
Requirements for a Seasonal Worker Visa:
In order to qualify for a Seasonal Worker Visa, you will need to satisfy UK Visas and Immigration that:
- You are aged 18 or over;
- You have a valid ‘Certificate of Sponsorship’ from your employer (who is an approved scheme operator) with information about the role you have been offered;
- You will be working in an eligible role, which falls within the list of ‘horticulture’;
- You have funds of at least £1,270 held for 28 days or your employer has agreed to cover your costs during your first month in the UK to an amount of at least £1,270;
- You have paid the visa application fee and Immigration Health Charge and provided any required biometric information;
- You do not fall for refusal under the general grounds for refusal.
The exact requirements you will need to satisfy will vary depending on your circumstances. You may want to speak to an immigration lawyer for expert advice.
Seasonal Worker Visa Eligible Roles:
In order to qualify for a Temporary Work – Seasonal Worker Visa within the horticulture sector, your proposed role must be an eligible role.
This means that, in order to meet the requirements for a Seasonal Worker visa on the basis of work within the horticulture sector, the type of produce being farmed must be:
- Protected Vegetables – grown in glasshouse systems; or
- Field Vegetables – grown outdoors, including vegetables, herbs, leafy salads and potatoes; or
Soft Fruit – grown both outdoors or under cover e.g. in glasshouses or a polytunnel. This includes strawberries, raspberries, blackcurrants, blueberries and all rabes and rubus species; or
- Top Fruit (Orchard Fruit) – trees that bear fruit e.g. apples, plums, cherries, apricots; or
Vine and Bines – both twining or climbing flexible stems of certain plants, e.g. hops, grapes; or
- Mushrooms – typically covers Agaricus bisporus species but can also include more exotic species (typically grown indoors).
- Bulbs and cut flowers (such as daffodils) grown outdoors and indoors; or
- Pot plants, such as seasonal bedding plants like pansies, violas, germaniums and poinsettias;
- Hardy ornamental nursery stock – this includes - Christmas trees and covers shrubs, roses, ornamental trees and perennials;
- Tree and forest nurseries.