Events and training for the farming and rural business sector
Check this page regularly for more information about our range of events and webinars.
By attending you can share sector insights and best practice with your peers. Farming & Rural Business Community members can enjoy access to all of these events. You’ll hear more about them via the Farming & Rural Business Community emails, so please make sure you have opted in to receive event information on ‘farming and rural business’ via your communication preferences.
Upcoming dates for your diary
Farming & Rural Business Conference 2019
26 September 2019, 09:30 – 17:00, Leigh Court, Pill Road, Avon BS8 3RA
Register your interest and be among the first to find out when tickets become available.
Farming Fundamentals: Basic farm accounts and taxation
22 October 2019, 10:00 – 16:00, Chartered Accountants' Hall, Moorgate Place, EC2R 6EA
This event is for students with 6-18 months experience or those new to farm accounting. It will cover basic farm accounts and provide an introduction to farm tax.
Farming Fundamentals: Advanced farm accounts and taxation
23 October 2019, 10:00 – 16:00, Chartered Accountants' Hall, Moorgate Place, EC2R 6EA
This event builds on the matters covered in the basic course, updating for specific and more recent developments in the sector and current market conditions. It is aimed at those who are nearly or newly qualified or those who have been away from the sector and require a refresher course and update on recent developments.
Choose how you learn with CABA
Fit an e-learning course around your schedule or work directly with our CABA’s expert trainers. ACA students, past and present ICAEW members and their close family can choose from 32 free personal and professional development courses and learn in a way that suits them.
CABA e-Learning courses
CABA free personal and professional development e-learning courses
Rachel Reeves MP keynote speech
2 April 2019
Rachel Reeves MP, Chair of the Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee, delivered a keynote speech launching the committee’s report into the future of audit in Chartered Accountants’ Hall.