Professional Manager Development Scheme
What?: A combination of management training sessions, work-based projects and networking opportunities with the allied industry. Training sessions include management of people, projects and change and the scheme supports managers in implementing positive change in their businesses. Participants also complete work-based projects between workshops. The programme is led by management training specialists from Cedar Associates.
Who?: Managers, from all agricultural sectors, who want to develop their skills and are in a position to make changes to improve the business.
Qualification: The Certificate in First Line Management (Level 5) from the Institute of Leadership and Management (ILM) is awarded on successful completion of the course.
When?: 10 one-day training sessions held over an 18-month period, from January to April the following year. Each training session includes a networking evening the night before, with a presentation from an agricultural business leader.
Cost: Contact Samantha Bowsher for details: 07976 980753.