A Few Places Still Available...
Fisheries Enforcement Workshop - Saturday 31 May 2014
Essential Training Session for Clubs, Fishery Managers and Bailiffs
Angling Trust Ambassador Mick Brown Now Attending
Learn about angling law, the role of bailiffs and see examples of illegal fishing methods.
PLUS: Meet Mick Brown, Angling Trust Ambassador.
The Angling Trust, in partnership with the Environment Agency, National Wildlife Crime Unit and Institute of Fisheries Management, is running another of our incredibly popular Fisheries Enforcement Workshops on Saturday 31 May 2014 - book your place NOW.
When: 0900 - 1700, Saturday 31 May 2014
Where: EA Central Area Office, Bronholme Lane, Brampton, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire PE28 4NE
BOOK ONE OF THE REMAINING PLACES NOW BEFORE 26TH MAY www.ifm.org.uk/events
Fisheries Enforcement Workshops are one day courses for anyone interested in learning the fundamental issues and principles of successful bailiffing - a subject equally relevant to clubs, fishery owners and managers as well as their bailiffs.
Dilip Sarkar MBE, Fisheries Enforcement Manager for the Angling Trust said: "Our Fisheries Enforcement Workshops are part of the Angling Trust's strategy to educate anglers about how fisheries enforcement works and the importance of the intelligence-led system. How all of this fits into the bigger picture of the fight against Rural Crime will be provided by the National Wildlife Crime Unit"
Sessions by experienced enforcement and fishery practitioners will be delivered on essential topics including:
The role of the club bailiff
Intelligence-led fisheries enforcement
Health and Safety
Practical demonstration on illegal fishing methods
The Delegate Fee is just £25.00 which includes lunch and refreshments.
Advanced registration is required before 26th May so book your place now.
For more details and to register please visit the events section of the IFM website at www.ifm.org.uk/events