One of NABMA’s priorities is to provide training opportunities to all those involved with the management of markets in order to professionalise the markets industry
The Diploma provides an excellent introduction to many aspects of markets administration and is recognised as the premier markets qualification for local authority and private market operators – and those from allied organisations.
Each year we facilitate a specialist training programme with high quality lecturers and enable candidates to obtain a professional qualification – the Diploma in Market Administration.
Candidates come together to attend 3 two-day courses in Derby on specialist subjects and complete three assignments to demonstrate what they have learnt from the experience.
2018 Programme Overview
6 & 7 March
Introduction to the DMA
Communication & Presentation Skills
Writing for Press
Working with Traders and Stakeholders
Creating Joint Initiatives
27 & 28 March
Markets Law & Market Charters
The need for formal Markets Policies
The Law on Street Trading
Effects of BREXIT on European Legislation
Legal Protection of Markets
Trading Standards & the Real Deal
Food Hygiene Regulations
24 & 25 April
Assessing Safety Risks in Markets/HASAW
How markets are kept safe for the public
Market Technical Operations
Effective Use of Market Resources
Sourcing External Finance
Sustaining and Developing Markets
Business Planning for Promotions
Attending the full programme and attaining the Diploma enables you to demonstrate that you meet the markets industry standard.
The venue is The Council House at Derby City Council with excellent refreshments and a high quality buffet lunch to ensure a comfortable learning environment, all inclusive of the course fee.
The £1000 (+vat) fee can be split over two financial years should your training budget be tight – and some travel costs can be assisted where necessary.
(Training is available to non-Nabma members at the full price of £2,000 + vat)
For further information & to book see links below or contact our Professional Development Consultant – Stephen Pickering by email on: firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 07756 326022