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Courses & conferences

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Thomas Telford courses:

10 Jan: ICE Professional Review:

mastering the written assignment.

Altrincham 14 Jan: ICE Professional Review:

concept and preparation. London 15 Jan: Pricing, Budgeting and the Importance of Value. Ascot 22 Jan: ICE Professional Review:

the topics. Altrincham 23 Jan: NEC ECC: an introduction.

Ascot 27-31 Jan: Falsework, Cofferdams and Trenches.

Wokingham 28-29 Jan: Design & Specification of Steep and Vertical Reinforced Soil Structures.

Altrincham 23 Jan: River Flooding and Control Engineering. Altrincham 21 Jan: Egan, Latham and Client Satisfaction. Ascot 22-23 Jan: The Project Manager as a Facilitator. Birmingham Contact Diane Lewis (0800) 183 0133 or visit www. tttrain.co.uk.

Bryan Madge Associates courses:

7 Jan: Structural Glass. Bristol 9 Jan: Health & Safety ICE core objective E7 'Site & General Safety'. Exeter 21 Jan: Sustainable Construction.

Bristol 23 Jan: Written Assignment (an intensive 1 day preparatory course including the 29 Topics). Bristol 30 Jan: Written Assignment (an intensive one day preparatory course including the 29 Topics).

East Midlands 30 Jan: Introduction to Commercial Skills. Bristol 30 Jan: Effective Meetings.

Exeter Email nina@bryanmadge.co.uk or visit www. bryanmadge.co.uk.

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