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Courses & conferences

COURSES Thomas Telford will be holding the following courses in August:

Commercial appreciation for engineers and managers.

1 August. Watford. Preparation for the ICE Professional Reviews.

2 August. Altrincham. The Construction (Design & Management) Regulations 1994 - an overview.

3 August. Watford. Successful client project management.

10 August. Falkirk. Preparation for the ICE Professional Reviews.

11 August. Falkirk. Highway recycling techniques - an overview.

16 August. Altrincham. JCT 98 Design and Build.

22 August. Falkirk. Legal update on health and safety issues.

23 August. Altrincham. How much does it cost? The commercial engineer.

25 August. Falkirk. Contact Emmanuelle Rathouis (020) 7665 2426.

The Engineering Construction Industry Training Board's courses: Principles of project planning and control.

14-17 August. Aberdeen. Project management programme.

19-25 August. Aberdeen. Contact Ann Menzies (01224) 626622. Soil mechanics and structural design of buried pipes.

14 August. University of East London. Contact Jeff Rasbash (020) 8223 2360.


Coastal structures and breakwaters 2001. 26-28 September 2001.

London. Closing date for submissions 16 October. Contact Sue Frye (020) 7665 2315.

Solving coastal conundrums - 28th International conference on coastal engineering. 7-12 July 2002. Cardiff. Closing date for submissions 1 June 2001. Contact Sue Frye (020) 7665 2315.

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