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Events & Training

For further information about any of the events, please call the office 01275 843825 or e-mail info@iagrm.com.

Farm Management Skills Programme - Module 5 - Money, Money, Money

Learn how to understand accounts,
turnover ‘v’ profit, taxation and
investment appraisals
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IAgrM Event
29/11/2021
Organiser: IAgrMT: 01275 843825Brochure

IAgrM Thames Valley Branch Meeting

Venue: the Club at Mapledurham, Reading RG4 7UD Time: 7pm Julian Sayers – Director, Adkin
THE FUTURE OF UK AGRICULTURE Julian is a Director of Adkin, the leading rural property and ...read more
Venue: the Club at Mapledurham, Reading RG4 7UD Time: 7pm Julian Sayers – Director, Adkin
THE FUTURE OF UK AGRICULTURE Julian is a Director of Adkin, the leading rural property and asset management practice and will talk to us about how he see the future for UK agriculture - but with a property slant as opposed to technical farming. This includes projects he is involved with that would include letting land for a hydroponic farm scheme, land being acquired and farmed by a major new ESG investment fund, promotion and option agreements covering sites for 10 houses through to new settlements of 3,500 dwellings, leisure enterprises both small and large scale etc. Julian is also Vice President of The Farmers Club, Chairman of Trustees for The Worshipful Company of Farmers Trustee Company, Chairman of City of London Pan Livery Food Group, chairs the Tenancy Reform Industry Group for the Defra Ministers and is Vice Chairman of Trustees for The Earth Trust. In recent years, he has also been Master of The Worshipful Company of Farmers, Vice Chairman of Governors at The Royal Agricultural University , National Chairman and now a Vice President of RABI, together with being Chairman of The Oxford Farming Conference and The Farmers Club. He is also a Life Vice President of the National Federation of Young Farmers’ Clubs and an Honorary Fellow of Royal Agricultural University.
This should be a fascinating talk by Julian and If you want to attend this event, please email Giles Martin at:
gilesmrtn@aol.com
The cost to attend is £25 per head – this includes a meal etc. Pre-booking essential.
29/11/2021
Organiser: Giles Martin

IAgrM Devon Branch Meeting 'How to plan for successful succession'

The speakers will be Matt Lobley, Professor of Rural Resource Management and Co-Director of the Centre for Rural Policy Research at the University of Exeter, and Tom Biddick, Partner in the ...read more
The speakers will be Matt Lobley, Professor of Rural Resource Management and Co-Director of the Centre for Rural Policy Research at the University of Exeter, and Tom Biddick, Partner in the Ashfords' trusts and Estates Team, and Agriculture Sector. Tom will be discussing the legal aspects of farming succession planning, focusing on Wills, IHT (APR and BPR) and the Balfour Principle.
29/11/2021
Organiser: Devon Farm Management Organisation

Farm Management Skills Programme - Module 6 - Risk in Business

Learn how to prepare a business case,
understand industry benchmarking and
how to manage financial risk, business
image – ensuring a healthy future
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IAgrM Event
30/11/2021
Organiser: IAgrMT: 01275 843825Brochure

Farm Management Skills Programme - Module 7 - Agreements

Understand contract farming agreements,
business tenancies and JVA’s. Learn about
share farming, ELMS and Natural Capital
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IAgrM Event
01/12/2021
Organiser: IAgrMT: 01275 843825Brochure

Farm Management Skills Programme - Module 8 - Future Farming

What does the future hold for agriculture:
the role of Agri Tech in your business?
What do you need to know to make the
most of the Opportunities?
A systems approach
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What does the future hold for agriculture:
the role of Agri Tech in your business?
What do you need to know to make the
most of the Opportunities?
A systems approach
Principles of management
Tips and tools for assessing Agri Tech
opportunities
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IAgrM Event
02/12/2021
Organiser: IAgrMT: 01275 843825Brochure

How to build a career in the UK and international agri food sector

A panel of speakers who will include the following; ·       Susan Stewart –  Senior Export Manager, AHDB – the main levy board for UK farming&n...read more
A panel of speakers who will include the following; ·       Susan Stewart –  Senior Export Manager, AHDB – the main levy board for UK farming  -  Susan used to work for us (Promar/Genus) in China  for 5 years before joining AHDB ·       Carl Atkin – Director – Terravost  - agri business consultants and investors ·       Nicola Thomas -  Director  - UK Food & Drink Exporters Association (CIM member) ·       David Buck  - Eden Research -  recruitment consultants in agri food ·       a recent graduate from RAU – TBC Starting “on line” at 5.30 pm
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02/12/2021
Organiser: Institute of Marketing’s Food & Agricultural Group

IAgrM Mid Anglia Branch Meeting 'Gene Editing'

To be held at: Bidwell House, Trumpington Road, Cambridge CB2 9LD Guest speaker: Cristobel Uauy
07/12/2021
Organiser: Charlotte CattellBrochure

IAgrM Online 60 Minute CPD - Human Capital: Our Most Important Farming Resource?

Join us for the launch of the National Farm Managers Salary Survey where we will look at current trends in profile, responsibilities and remuneration of farm directors and managers.  Graham Redma...read more
Join us for the launch of the National Farm Managers Salary Survey where we will look at current trends in profile, responsibilities and remuneration of farm directors and managers.  Graham Redman, The Andersons Centre and co-author of the survey report will talk us through the results of the 2020 farm managers salary survey and what the key changes are to incentivise and reward in a post-Brexit agricultural world.   We will then have a panel discussion featuring Professor Matt Lobley (Exeter University) and Dr David Christian Rose (Reading University) where we will consider skills in agriculture and how we build and enhance agriculture’s human capital.  What skills will the managers of the future need and how are we going to attract the highest calibre individuals from the broadest background and skill base into our industry?
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IAgrM Event
09/12/2021
Organiser: IAgrMT: 01275 843828

IAgrM Mid Anglia Branch Meeting 'Algodynamix'

To be held at: Bidwell House, Trumpington Road, Cambridge CB2 9LD Guest speaker: Jeremy Sosabowski
18/01/2022
Organiser: Charlotte CattellBrochure

IAgrM 60 Minute CPD - Policy & ELMS update

Policy & ELMS update – 20th January 2021, 2pm with guest speaker Jonathan Baker, DEFRA
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IAgrM Event
20/01/2022
Organiser: IAgrMT: 01275 843825

IAgrM Mid Anglia Branch Meeting 'Regenerative Farming'

To be held at: Bidwell House, Trumpington Road, Cambridge CB2 9LD Guest speakers: Emily Norton, Brian Barker & Ian Ashbridge
15/02/2022
Organiser: Charlotte CattellBrochure

IAgrM 60 minute CPD - Biodiversity Net Gain Update

2pm - online session Guest speakers: Environment Bank & Roland Bull, Bidwells
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IAgrM Event
24/02/2022
Organiser: IAgrMT: 01275 843825

IAgrM Mid Anglia Branch Meeting 'Innovation in Agriculture'

To be held at: Bidwell House, Trumpington Road, Cambridge CB2 9LD Guest speaker: Cathie Martin
08/03/2022
Organiser: Charlotte CattellBrochure

IAgrM National Farm Walk 2022

Bradford Estates, Shropshire More details to follow
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IAgrM Event
28/04/2022
Organiser: IAgrMT: 01275 843825

Fellows & Professionals Lunch 2022

The 2022 Fellows & Professionals Lunch will take place on 15th September 2022 at Bowhill House, Selkirk, Scottish Borders which is part of the Buccleuch Estate. This event is open to Fellows &a...read more
The 2022 Fellows & Professionals Lunch will take place on 15th September 2022 at Bowhill House, Selkirk, Scottish Borders which is part of the Buccleuch Estate. This event is open to Fellows & Professional Grade members of the Institute - guests of members welcome by invititation only (please contact the office to discuss). More details to follow.
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IAgrM Event
15/09/2022
Organiser: IAgrMT: 01275 843825