Lincolnshire Agri Business Academy to run for 11th year

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A Staffordshire-based company has announced that the Lincolnshire Agri Business Academy will return for its 11th year.

Fresh Start Land Enterprise Centre set up the initiative for people looking to set up for their own agriculture business or to expand on their current knowledge and applications to join the scheme are now open.

There are only 20 spaces available for the academy that consists of 11 learning sessions which will include an industry expert to share their knowledge in each session.

Anyone aged 18 or over can attend the academy which is ran over seven evenings and two days.

Applications for a place on the academy are now open and must be completed and handed in by Wednesday, September 13, in time for the sessions to start on Thursday, November 2 at the Riseholme Campus on the Lincolnshire showground.

The academy aims to increase participants’ business approach, focus on business planning and communication skills for the sector.

For more information on the company you can visit their website or for an application form for the academy here.