Events

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

Date Event Organiser
10/10/2019

BIAC Rural Planning Conference

Trouble at t’mill - is the planning system working as it should in rural areas? This year’s BIAC Rural Planning Conference takes place on THURSDAY 10th OCTOBER 2019 at the ROYAL BE... read more
Trouble at t’mill - is the planning system working as it should in rural areas? This year’s BIAC Rural Planning Conference takes place on THURSDAY 10th OCTOBER 2019 at the ROYAL BERKSHIRE CONFERENCE CENTRE, MADEJSKI STADIUM, BERKSHIRE, RG2 0FL. NEW THIS YEAR – Is the BIAC RURAL PLANNING CONFERENCE DINNER – that is being held on Wednesday 9th October 2019 the evening before the Conference and available as a package covering, dinner, accommodation and the conference.
10/10/2019 BIAC
T: 01275 375559
E: info@biac.co
16/10/2019

RIDBA TACKLES CE MARKING AND HEALTH AND SAFETY

The Rural and Industrial Design and Building Association (RIDBA) is hosting a seminar with a focus on CE Marking compliance and the latest Health and Safety concerns for the sector, and it is shaping ... read more
The Rural and Industrial Design and Building Association (RIDBA) is hosting a seminar with a focus on CE Marking compliance and the latest Health and Safety concerns for the sector, and it is shaping up into an event that is not to be missed. The meeting will be held at Moor Hall Hotel & Spa in Sutton Coldfield near Birmingham on Wednesday 16 October 2019. The seminar will inform guests on the importance of CE Marking enforcement, and with the current uncertainty surrounding Brexit, the impact that leaving the EU will have on compliance. Guests will also be given an introduction to the UK Conformity Assessed (UKCA) mark. To provide insight on the topic, we have a number of technical speakers including: RIDBA’s Technical Consultant, Martin Heywood; BM Trada’s Principal Technical Officer, Niresh Somlie; and Principal Trading Standards Officer at Dorset Trading Standards, Martin Thursby. The agricultural industry, alongside fishing and forestry, reported the highest number of work fatalities last year. Therefore, RIDBA is keeping members up to date on some of the most dangerous Health and Safety issues in the sector, including working from height, and mild weld fume control. RIDBA has a great range of speakers covering these important Health and Safety topics, including HSE Inspector, Sarah Palfreyman, Hire and Construction Division Manager of Makita UK, Charles Shaw and Managing Director of PASMA, Peter Bennett OBE. The Members’ Meeting will also feature a small exhibition, is free to attend and those companies outside of RIDBA membership can learn more about the wide-ranging support RIDBA offers its members.
16/10/2019 RIBDA
E: trainingandevents@ridba.org.uk.
17/10/2019 - 18/10/2019

Study Tour to Ireland

This study tour is designed to give agricultural and rural consultants
the opportunity to see at first hand the investments,
research and developments that are taking place within agricu... read more
This study tour is designed to give agricultural and rural consultants
the opportunity to see at first hand the investments,
research and developments that are taking place within agriculture
in Northern & Southern Ireland.
 
17/10/2019 - 18/10/2019 BIAC
T: 01275 375559
E: info@biac.co.uk
22/10/2019 - 23/10/2019

Foundation 1

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 h... read more
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.  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. The BIAC Rural & Agricultural Consultants Foundation Course is a residential Course and takes place over 2 days.  
22/10/2019 - 23/10/2019 BIAC
T: 01275 375559
E: victoria@biac.co
22/10/2019 - 23/10/2019

BIAC Foundation 1

‘INTRODUCTION INTO PROFESSIONALISM’ FARMERS CLUB, 3 WHITEHALL COURT, LONDON SW1A 2EL
22/10/2019 - 23/10/2019 BIAC
T: 01275 375559
E: info@biac.co.uk

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