Nroso points

Plough on

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You'll struggle to ask nroso , a lot have been furloughed , permanently hopefully .
I noticed they hadn't replied to a email, thought they would be working from home, noticed they had no trouble in taking another 3 years payment off me for renewal though!
 
It appears they are not operating (if they ever did) at the moment.

BBRO weekly update has this at the bottom.
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In response to the op. It seems there were only 3 webanirs that had NRoSO points available.
It mentioned that if you registered for those particular ones and listened/watched them, you would be sent an email with a "quiz" on those webanirs on the 12th of June or thereabouts......not seen anything in my inbox yet.
 

7610 super q

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Arable Farmer
Having engaged 2 sets of solicitors to carry out work for me in February, I have deduced that " working from home " actually means............doing f**k all.
 

Still Farming

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Mixed Farmer
Location
Glamorgan Wales
I watched 2 of the webinars, found them interesting
I asked how to gather the NRoSo points and was told a quiz would be sent today and to follow the instructions
Just received an email off Ally one of the team and the quizzes for Nroso cpd points that were ment to be emailed out today ,to all that registered to view the live Webinairs, are NOW due to be emailed out NEXT WEEK now?
The quest continues?
 

Fuzzy

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Arable Farmer
Location
Bedfordshire
The whole Nroso organisation is staffed by an incompetent shower of shite. Jobs for the boys. Just my experience and opinion
I think you would like to have said the frontline staff (at shows etc...) are great but the the management, website and running of the organisation is rubbish. The list of training avents on the website is STILL several years out of date
 

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