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We’re thrilled to be working with the UK's only rural and agricultural business growth conference.
Congratulations to TIAH board member on being elected President of the National Farmers Union.
TIAH Membership is open! Find out more about how you can benefit from becoming a member today.
TIAH's latest roundtable outlined the next steps in our plan to promote careers in farming and growing.
We respond to the recommendations of the House of Lords Horticulture Sector Committee.
TIAH and Growing Kent & Medway announce partnership to provide regional skills and careers information.
We’re pleased to announce we'll be taking part in the brand-new Careers Zone at LAMMA 2024.   
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We recently worked with a leading careers magazine to highlight the opportunities in farming and growing.
We are pleased to announce that we're sponsoring the Inspire Programme for a third year running. 
Our Chief Executive, has renewed our call for farmers and growers to try out our new online skills and careers service.
We welcome the findings of the report and the panel's recognition that we will play a key role in supporting the industry.
Two-day event sees Inspire delegates take part in communications skills masterclass and given tour of JCB Agriculture.
We shared our work with The Duchess of Edinburgh at Berkshire College of Agriculture. 
Farm to Fork summit highlights Government’s commitment to farming and growing skills and careers.
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There's more to leadership than just allocating tasks.
Leadership isn't confined to a title or position in agriculture; it's also about the influence you wield.
Training courses and online learning are just two aspects of CPD. Photograph: John Eveson at Vicky Anderson Training, Northallerton.
CPD is increasingly helping farmers and growers manage ongoing change, says Sarah Koppen.
Cold, wet mornings have been commonplace on farms in 2024, says TIAH Board member Becci Berry.
Managing fields through relentless rain can be tough, but skills can fuel success, says Becci Berry.
TIAH and RABI have unveiled a new bursary to help farmers and growers access quality training and development opportunities.
We've joined forces with RABI to help more farmers and growers develop their skills and knowledge.
Technology is driving change in farming and growing.
Opinions clashed on sustainability, diversification, food security and workforce issues at NFU Conference.
TIAH is proud to be a sponsor of Cultivate conference.
We’re thrilled to be working with the UK's only rural and agricultural business growth conference.
Motivating your staff can lead to increases in productivity and morale.
Managers explain how the TIAH Management Development Programme has helped them motivate their teams.
Steve Barclay, Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, talking with TIAH staff.
This year's conference proved to be an historic one while also underlining the importance of TIAH's work.
NFU President Tom Bradshaw.
Congratulations to TIAH board member on being elected President of the National Farmers Union.
Farm managers are making time savings, thanks to leadership training.
Alistair Gibb on how farmers and growers are making more of their time, thanks to leadership training.
Stephen Jacob gave evidence at the Houses of Parliament, to the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee. Parliament picture: paddy-kumar/Unsplash
Stephen Jacob highlights the key points from the EFRA Committee's January evidence session.
Farmers and growers are working hard to keep good land in food production while enhancing the environment. Picture: John Eveson.
Oxford Real Farming Conference discussed the issues in balancing food production with environmental goals.
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