for the UK Agricultural Industry
-designed by farmers for farmers
David and Christine Thompson are tenant farmers managing a mixed farming system of 240has on the southern edge of the North York Moors National Park.
Christine has worked within farm business administration for the majority of her working life and is an experienced trainer of the same. After selling her successful farm administration business in 2014, she concentrated on the training element of the industry and has since developed and delivered courses and workshops for farm administrators, family farm businesses, rural support networks and associated agricultural companies.
All courses and workshops will enable attendees to update their admin and financial recording skills and knowledge base in preparation for the upcoming ATP and delinking of payments and are accredited by UK Rural Skills.
Call Christine for an informal chat about how ABT can help you and your business.
Preparing For Change - Workshop
This workshop will enable attendees to update their skills and knowledge base to ensure a better understanding of their farm financial recording procedures. It will help prepare essential management information for the future as UK farming moves into the Agricultural Transition period.
It will also give attendees the opportunity to review their current systems in preparation for future HMRC regulatory requirements.
Various delivery formats available over either one full day or two half days.
Getting More From Your Farm Accounts
Improve your confidence and knowledge of farm bookkeeping in readiness for moving into the Agricultural Transition Period and delinking of direct payments. This two-day course will be held at the following venues this autumn and is aimed at members of farming families who undertake their own record keeping.
General update on the ATP
Farm Bookkeeping Systems – is yours Fit for Purpose?
Profit and Loss
Business & Enterprise Margins
Harrogate – Friday 26th and Saturday 27th November
Stoneleigh, Warwickshire – Friday 10th and Saturday 11th December
Further venues may be added subject to demand
COST: £250 plus VAT @ 20%