Pick up 12 BASIS points at Croptec

BASIS members attending Croptec, on 28 and 29 November, can collect up to a maximum of 6 BASIS CPD points per day.

Stephen Jacob, BASIS CEO, explains that members should visit stand 164 in hall 1 and present their membership ID card to gain two points for attendance. Those without their card can simply fill out a form with their details.

“Additional points can be gained by participating in the Croptec knowledge trail,” he says.

“Members should pick up a stamp-card from the stand before visiting participating exhibitors and completing an activity. Upon completion the card will be stamped and should be handed in at the BASIS stand at the end of the day in exchange for points.”

BASIS points available at Croptec

Activity Points available
Day 1 Day 2
General attendance Two points Two points
Knowledge trail One point per exhibitor activity, up to a maximum of four points One point per exhibitor activity, up to a maximum of four points

Looking to become a BASIS member?

All BASIS courses are specially designed for individuals working in agriculture, who want to develop their knowledge to stay up to date with the latest technical innovations, best practice guidelines and regulations.

“As well as the popular BASIS Certificate in Crop Protection, a range of courses are available and will be showcased at the event, including the Certificate in Soil and Water Management,” says Stephen.

“This course will assist farmers and advisers in managing these vital resources in a sustainable way. It will help candidates to protect the environment while striving for the best yield, which could be key to receiving payments as part of the new Agriculture Bill,” he says.

For further information please visit www.basis-reg.co.ukor call 01335 343975.

 

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