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Courses

A selection of Thomas Telford Training courses for March:

Confined space regulations 1997. 3 March. Ascot.

Negotiation techniques. 3 March. Leamington Spa.

ICE Conditions of Contract - essentials of the 5th and 6th editions. 9 March. Altrincham.

The New Construction Act - opportunities and pitfalls. 9 March. Leamington Spa.

Managing your time. 18 March. Ascot.

Leadership for senior managers. 23 - 24 March. Ascot.

Contact Thomas Telford, tel. (0171) 665 2457.

JPA will be holding the following courses in March:

Introduction to project risk analysis and risk management. 2 March. Manchester.

Claims appraisal. 5 March. High Wycombe.

Effective time management. 12 March. High Wycombe.

Financial awareness for civil engineers. 19 March. High Wycombe.

Contact Dagmar Roberts, tel. (0115) 960 1200

March courses run by the Institution of Structural Engineers:

Robustness. 4 March. Manchester.

Structural appraisal of buildings. 10 March. London.

The Party Wall Act 1996. 11 March. Norwich.

Wind action workshop on BS 6399-2: 1997. 16 March. Norwich.

Contact the conference office, tel. (0171) 235 4535.

Materials under stress: an introduction to fracture mechanics and fatigue. 8-12 March. Guildford.

Light metals and alloys. 22-26 March. Guildford.

Contact Derek Saunders, tel. (01483) 259 378.

conferences

Baltic logistics. 2-3 March. Riga, Latvia. Contact ICM Conferences, tel. (0171) 436 5735.

2nd annual European rail freight conference. 2-3 March. Frankfurt, Germany. Contact AIC, tel. (0171) 242 2324.

Modern Asphalts Conference 1999. 3 March. Birmingham. Contact NCE, tel. (0171) 505 6662.

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