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Amenity Forum Updating Workshops
These important free events will be of interest to everyone with an interest in the amenity sector either operationally or in other aspects such as contract specification for weed and pest control. They will update those attending on the impact of policy changes as well as other topical matters
There are four workshops planned to date as shown below. The Oxford event will be held in the morning and the others will be afternoon events.
- Oxford – January 17th
- Bingley, Yorkshire – February 4th
- Bourne, Lincolnshire – February 28th
- Ashbourne, Derbyshire – March 10th
The events are open to everyone with an interest in the sector and free although pre-booking is required. Programmes for each event are shown below.
To book please contact the Forum Secretary, Alan.Spedding@amenityforum.co.uk as soon as possible.
BASIS and NASOR CPD points have been applied for.
THE OXFORD EVENT hosted by Amey
From 9.30 am – Arrival
10.00 – Welcome and introduction
10.05 – Update on policy changes and their impact – Grant Stark/ Nigel Chadwick , Chemicals Regulations Directorate
10.30 – Key challenges and issues for the sector – John Moverley, Chairman, Amenity Forum
10.55 – Training & Skills – changes and challenges – Paul Singleton, Chairman Education & Skills Committee for the Forum
11.20 – An Industry Perspective – Nick Martens, HSEQ Director Amey
11.45 – General Discussion
12.15 – Conclusions & Actions going forward – John Moverley
12.30 – Forum Event ends
THE THREE OTHER EVENTS hosted by STRI, BASIS & Progreen
1.30pm – Arrival
2.00 – Welcome and introduction
2.05 – Update on policy changes and their impact – Grant Stark/ Nigel Chadwick , Chemicals Regulations Directorate
2.25 – Key challenges and issues for the sector – John Moverley, Chairman, Amenity Forum
2.50 – Training & Skills – changes and challenges – Paul Singleton, Chairman Education & Skills Committee for the Forum
3.15 – An Industry Perspective – Presentation by the host organisation
3.40 – General Discussion
4.00 – Conclusions & Actions going forward – John Moverley
4.15 – Event ends