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The British Institute of Agricultural Consultants
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Events

For further information about any of the events, please call the office 01275 375559 or e-mail info@biac.co.uk.

Date Event Brochure Booking Organiser
12/09/2017 Foundation Course 1 An Introduction into Professionalism

The BIAC Rural & Agricultural Consultants Foundation Course is a well-established course designed and intended as a refresher course for those already in the profession, as well as for those who have recently started employment within companies who provide Rural & Agricultural Consultancy. The course  allows participants to gain a fuller understanding of the industry they work in. 

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This course provides an opportunity to experience a cross section of the profession, along with presentations by people directly involved in the agricultural and rural sectors.  This allows the individuals taking part in the Course to develop their knowledge of the industry by hearing presentations and discussion with one another.

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The BIAC Rural & Agricultural Consultants Foundation Course is a residential Course and takes place over 2 days.

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Download Book Now Victoria Bywater
T: 01275 375559
E: victoria@biac.co
05/10/2017 BIAC Rural Planning Conference 2017

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Williams Conference Centre, Wantage

Full details available shortly

02/11/2017 BIAC North West Region Visit & Lunch

Broughton (Chester) – where such aviation classics as De Havilland’s Comet and Mosquito were produced during its history – is responsible for assembling the wings for all Airbus civil aircraft, including the new-generation A350 XWB. Producing over 1,000 wings a year, the site employs more than 6,000 people – primarily in manufacturing, but also in engineering and support functions such as procurement and finance. 

Wing sets are transported to the final assembly lines in various ways, including by road and the Airbus Beluga Super Transporter aircraft. A380 wings are transported by road and sea to aircraft final assembly in Toulouse, France.

After the tour, lunch will be at a local pub.

Please email victoria@biac.co to reserve your space (max. 20)

 

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