The IAgrE appreciate that through the pandemic it has become more difficult to pursue your usual CPD activities.
We have therefore gathered this resource together to assist you in finding suitable online content.
IAgrE recently commissioned a series of Podcasts featuring interviews, career advice and news. Find them on the IAgrE Podcasts webpage or direct on Buzzsprout.
We launched this series on 7 July 2020 with an informative talk by Dr Andrew Landers CEng FIAgrE on the use of precision sensors to ensure precision spraying in Vineyards and Orchards. Since then we have enjoyed a wide range of topics including robotics, the history of Frederick Lanchester, soil health, demolition and rheology from experts in their field - the presentations are available on our dedicated Lunchtime Lectures webpage or on the IAgrE Videos YouTube Channel
Don't forget we have our whole Conference Archive and Landwards Archive for you to utilise and we have the recordings of the 2019 Conference on Big Data on the website or you can access directly our IAgrE Video Playlist here (many thanks to Alastair Taylor, former CEO for taking on this project for us) - take a look at IAgrE Media on YouTube for our archive of shorter videos.
IAgrE Branch Meetings:
Through the pandemic our Branches have done a great job by moving their technical talks online and we have recorded many of these events for you to enjoy - find them on our Branch Meeting videos webpage or on our YouTube channel IAgrE Videos
Many of our partners and friends have made information available to us to share with you and we would like to thank them for their help.
The National Fluid Power Centre have been working to add online resources and a series of webinars is now available on their website. NEW SPECIAL OFFER - NFPC Stage 1 Hydraulics - Save £200 - find out more here.
BAGMA (The British Agricultural & Garden Machinery Association) offer a variety of training courses accessible to IAgrE members - more details may be found on their Training Pages
The Society for the Environment have made their library of recorded webinars available.
Select from the list below to find the area that interests you:
The CIPD, the professional body for HR and people development have recently produced a publication Ethics at Work: An Employers' Guide, which we have been invited to share with you. Alongside this guide is a series of helpful webinars, which are also available.
The AfroAgEng (the Pan African Society for Agricultural Engineering) have kindly shared some Conference material with us.
The National Cyber Security Centre have lots of useful resources for members including training eg Cyber Security for Small Businesses, an online course to teach you all you need to know to keep your organisation safe and their Cyber Aware Campaign, which has lots of information for home and business. Cyber essentials is a government backed scheme to help guard against common threats and certification is often a necessity for the tendering process. Find out all you need to know here.
The IMechE have very kindly agreed to share their training with IAgrE Members.
The IMI, the Institute of the Motor Industry have recently made their vast training resource openly available.
The resource is free to members and the online courses are also available to non-members either free or for a small fee
Our Commercial Members the National Fluid Power Centre (NFPC) have made many of their very well regarded courses available online - to find the full details please visit their website
The AHDB (Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board) continue to run online events, which you can access through their events page.
Their archive of Cereals and Oilseeds Webinars may be of interest. They also have a vast resource to assist in all areas of CPD, explore their website here.
FutureLearn have a comprehensive list of courses avaiable from over 170 world-class universities, institutions and industry leaders to help your career - find our more here
The Government have launched a new online learning platform to help boost the nation's skillswhile they are at home.