It’s Christmas !

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Well, it isn’t quite Christmas but that is the wake up call to plan your Autumn and Winter training! Having completed our busiest summer training season ever, with a short gasp of breath we are off into the Autumn and Winter season again. Where does  time go?  With several  new  courses and new instructors  things seem to be  heading forward. …

Driver CPC

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We are pleased  to confirm that  we  have  a number of  courses which are  registered for Driver CPC from 9th September 2014 Click HERE for more information

Pesticides and Grandfather Rights

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Farmers  Guide recently did a  feature including  an interview and course  provided  by  CA Training.  click  HERE to read the article.

Govt. updates Working at Heights guidance

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The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has overhauled its guidance for working at height, setting out in clear, simple terms what to do and what not to do – and debunking common myths that can confuse and mislead employers. Key changes include: providing simple advice about do’s and don’ts when working at height to ensure people are clear on what …

Cleaner Profitable Farming

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In partnership with  Natural  England  we  are  pleased to announce the  first of a  series of important  presentation on Cachement Sensitive Farming.  With  Leading experts in their respective fields  this is  a  not to  be  missed  event  with invaluable  information on responsible   solutions  to  pollution  control. For  more information click HERE

Regional updates

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We have now added the option to view courses by region, S. Cambs/E.Suffolk/N.Herts to our pages. We have also added a topical header to our diary page – our current theme is harvesting in East Anglia.

Preparing for autumn

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Scary thought we are now planning our autumn winter training programme. As we are linking this live to our updated website you will see new courses as we add them. What could possibly go wrong?