“NOAH (National Office of Animal Health) recognised the importance of quality training to support the responsible use of medicines on farms. We worked with a group of industry stakeholders from across the food supply chain to develop the content for a series of courses tailored to beef, dairy, sheep and pig producers in the responsible use of antibiotics. We were very pleased to collaborate with Lantra, a nationally recognised awarding organisation, to transform our training materials into an engaging and flexible eLearning experience for farmers. The Lantra team has been fantastic to work with and have shown a high degree of professionalism, flexibility and dependability in delivering and launching the first phase of our Animal Medicines Best Practice (AMBP) programme. We would highly recommend Lantra as a provider of eLearning solutions and very much look forward to continuing to work together”.

"AtLast! Training first became a Lantra Training Provider in 2003. We provide Instructional Techniques Courses for those wishing to become Lantra Instructors.

"We enjoy being part of Lantra for a number of reasons. Firstly, we find Lantra a great place to network and to promote our products and training services. In addition, we can draw from the knowledge and expertise of industry professionals and get the latest updates on courses, legislation and business opportunities. Lantra House is also a great venue for those looking for training or meeting rooms, their staff are professional, helpful and friendly."

Robert Laird, Instructor

“An agricultural engineer by trade, I first got involved in training in the mid 70’s with the Agricultural Training Board. I moved on to become a resident machinery instructor working in Scotland during the 1980’s even running a training course on Paul McCartney’s combine harvester! Over the years, I’ve built up a wealth of technical and practical training delivery techniques and working with Lantra allows me to use them to the full. I have a full diary of work for the next 6 months so the relationship certainly works well for me. I would certainly recommend it as a good career move for anyone who feels they could pass on their knowledge, and with  Lantra’s support, enable them to develop their instructor skills, to inspire the next generation.”

"It was vitally important for the equine welfare sector to develop a qualification to recognise individuals skills in this field. This is a bespoke qualification that’s the first of its kind for our industry. We’re delighted to have worked alongside Lantra’s highly experienced and knowledgeable team. This has enabled us to deliver a qualification that is highly relevant to the sector both now and for the future. It was a huge amount of work putting the Diploma together however, the positive feedback we’ve received from our first cohort of learners and the industry in general demonstrates the true passion that exists around improving equine care and preventing cruelty. This qualification will help standardise how welfare cases are dealt with and will help to improve the welfare of horses throughout England and Wales and we thank Lantra for being our partners in this."