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Courses and conferences


Thomas Telford courses:

3 Apr: BS8002: Design of earthretaining structures. Bristol.

4 Apr: The financial management of projects. Altrincham.

9 Apr: RAMP and risk management. Ascot.

9 Apr: New Roads & Street Works Act 1991. Ascot.

10 Apr: NEC ECC: Pre-contract workshop. Altrincham.

11 Apr: CDM Regulations in design. Altrincham.

16 Apr: Using bituminous materials. Birmingham.

16 Apr: Complying with CDM 1994. Bristol.

17 Apr: ICE Conditions of Contract: 7th Edition. Altrincham.

23-24 Apr: BS8110: Design of reinforced concrete structures.


23 Apr: NEC ECC: An Introduction.


24 Apr: Safety in temporary works. Bristol.

24-25 Apr: Safety audited highways schemes. Coventry.

30 Apr: NEC ECC: Compensation events. Altrincham.

30 Apr: Effective communication.


Contact Diane Lewis 020 7665 2457 or visit www. thomastelford. com/training Bryan Madge Associates courses:

2 Apr: Supervision of civil engineering works, Bristol.

10 Apr: Finance for non-financial managers, Cardiff.

16 Apr: Valuation and settlement of civil engineering accounts, Bristol.

17 Apr: IOSH Directing safely for senior executives, Cardiff.

18 Apr: Health and safety ICE Core Objective P5: legislation. East Midlands.

18 Apr: Managing safely in construction (IOSH accreditation Day 1), East Midlands.

24 Apr: Specification a measure of highway works - earthworks, Cardiff.

24 Apr: Health and safety ICE Core Objective P5: legislation.


24 Apr: Managing safety in construction (IOSH accreditation Day 1), Slough.

30 Apr: Essentials of effective project management, Slough.

E-mail Achieva courses:

8-9 Apr: Formwork and falsework design - implications of the impending Eurocode. Glasgow.

10 Apr: Compliance with the CDM Regulations and the new approved Code of Practice. Glasgow.

11 Apr: Project management, partnering and best value.


17 Apr: How to conduct ground investigations and interpret borehole information. High Wycombe.

23 Apr: An Introduction to law and construction contracts.


Contact Dagmar Roberts (0115) 960 1200 or visit www. achievatraining. com Conferences 9 Apr: Airport capacity issues.

London. Contact Claire Fitzpatrick (01224) 263 134.

8-11 Apr: Fire science and fire investigation. University of Edinburgh. Contact Lisa Ellis (0131) 651 1180.

8-12 Apr: Fire safety design.

University of Leeds. Contact Alison Whiteley (0113) 233 2494.

9-10 Apr: Combined heat and power in industry and commerce.

University of Leeds. Contact Alison Whiteley (0113) 233 2494.

11 Apr: Fire safety for managers.

Essex Fire Authority, Brentwood.

Contact Janet Baker (01277) 239 320.

15-19 Apr: Diesel particulates and NOx emissions. University of Leeds. Contact Alison Whiteley (0113) 233 2494.

15-19 Apr: Corrosion and corrosion control. University of Surrey. Contact Derek Saunders (01483) 689 612.

16 Apr: Dating buildings and diagnosing defects. Institution of Structural Engineers. Contact Hazel Guile (020) 7235 4535.

17-18 Apr: Extruding aluminium.

Warwick University. Contact Ceinwen Clarke (01273) 453 033.

18 Apr: Managing citizens' privacy. London. Contact Berwin Leighton Paisner (020) 7760 1000.

22-25 Apr: The economics of fire protection. University of Leeds.

Contact Alison Whiteley (0113) 233 2494.

23 Apr: Sustainable construction.

Institution of Structural Engineers.

Contact Hazel Guile (020) 7235 4535.

23-26 Apr: Conservation and repair of plasters and renders.

Chichester. Contact Patricia Jackson (01243) 818 294.

30 Apr: What do construction clients want? London. Contact Butterworths Tolley (020) 7420 3500.

Call for Papers 13-15 Oct 2003: Bahrain Society of Engineers 7th international concrete conference: Concrete in hot and aggressive environments.

Visit www. mohandis. org

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