‘Never let formal education get in the way of your learning.’ – Mark Twain
Progressive Learning is how we at Revive Agronomy prepare ourselves for the changing environment in which British Agriculture has evolved over the last 175 years.
A visible part to Progressive Learning is our commitment to Continuing Professional Development (CPD). This allows the Revive Agronomist the opportunity to ‘up skill’ or ‘re-skill’ themselves, regardless of experience, age or educational level.
It enables learning to become conscious and proactive, rather than passive and reactive. Such a structured, practical and methodical approach to learning offers you, the client, a level of trust and security in the knowledge that information gained from your Revive Agronomist is some of the best available.
Continuing Professional Development also helps the individual to become more competent and an effective professional.
Recording CPD points with BASIS provides independent evidence of an individual commitment to self-development and professionalism.
Currently BASIS require a minimum of 50 points to be accumulated per 12 month period.
A problem well-put is half-solved.’ – John Dewey