ITBA Summer Education Series  Week 2: Book  REMAINING  PLACES  Contact ITBA HQ 045 877543

Managing & Leading Staff: Monday 9th / Tuesday 10th July (1.5 Day)   Cost* €50
GDPR Requirements: Tuesday 10th (Afternoon Session)                           Cost   €20
Financial Planning for Stud Farms: Wednesday 11th July (1 Day)           Cost*  €30
Stud Farm Office Administration: Thursday 12th July (1 Day)                 Cost*  €30*

*Denotes Includes Lunch

Managing & Leading Staff

The ITBA has engaged Frank Scott Lennon of Quality Management Development Ltd (QMD) to deliver a workshop wills which provide the basic tools to assist stud managers / supervisors /team leaders in improving their people management skills. The skills developed will all be aimed at helping those who attend to lead staff more effectively with the key objective of supporting the continuation of quality thoroughbred breeding.   Frank Scott- Lennon, commenting on the workshop says “A Smart Approach to Leadership Skills’ will benefit participants by; providing them with new insights into their leadership role, helping them to develop new ways of relating to their team members, allowing them see how they can influence the output of their teams, and finding specific ways in which the learning can be transferred back to the workplace”


GDPR Requirements

The services of Alison Redmond from County Kildare Chambers have been secured to host a GDPR workshop to ensure those who attend are all informed of the requirements.

Financial Planning for Stud Farms

Grant Thornton Ireland has been engaged to deliver a workshop on the benefits of taking a smart approach to financial planning on stud farms. Topics covered will include; tax considerations & Inheritance, understanding Inheritance, the law & revenue, succession planning and retirement funds.


Stud Farm Office Administration

Aoife Hanratty of PA Solutions has been engaged to deliver a workshop in the benefits of taking a smart approach to stud farm office administration. It will cover all aspects of running a busy office, including; WRC requirement, legislation compliance, equine premises number, movement records, H&S employer requirements, simplifying equine admin: Equisoft, Weatherbys, vaccinations, breeding records etc. Commenting on this workshop, Aoife Hanratty said “Some of the benefits of adopting a smart approach to stud farm office administration are better cash flow management, visibility of the farm profit performance and legislative compliance such as Department of Agriculture, Health and Safety Authority, Data Protection Commissioner, Workplace relation Commission and Revenue Commissioners”


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