Following the success of our course on lime and cement stabilisation on 30 April , we are pleased to announce that in response to demand it is re-running on 15 July at the award winning Ringwood Hotel and Spa in Chesterfield. Early booking is advised as spaces are limited to just 15!
Lead by Dr Paul Beetham, on its last outing this technically challenging course generated lively discussions from enthusiastic delegates and received very good feedback.
Details of the course can be obtained by downloading the flyer here.
Our course on lime and cement stabilisation on 30 April was a great success. Lead by Dr Paul Beetham, it was technically challenging, generated lively discussions from enthusiastic delegates and received very good feedback. We have already started a waiting list for a re-run in early July so let us know if you would like further information on it.
Our “Fundamentals of Geotechnical Engineering” course on 11 April 2019 went really well. Feedback ratings showed it was rated at least good in all aspects, with 97% of the ratings very good or excellent. As ever it was a long day, running up to 7.30pm, but the pizza delivery for tea went down well as can be seen below!
Our new course ‘Theory and Practice of Lime and Cement Stabilisation’ is nearly fully booked! It is running in Chesterfield on 30 April 2019 and has received wide industry attention, for example Britpave have added it to their diary of events here.
We advise booking quickly if you wish to attend this course, more details of which can be found here. Just call or email us to make a booking. If you miss it this time rest assured we are looking to add additional dates into the diary as soon as possible.
Following delivery of a bespoke version of our ‘Fundamentals of Geotechnical Engineering’ course in Burton-on-Trent for GRM Development Solutions in March, we were very pleased to see their post on LinkedIn here. Such feedback is always appreciated.
The GRM course was split into three half-day sessions and run for a group of 10 engineering geologists and environmental scientists. If you feel your organisation would benefit from a short course or series of half-day courses, then just call us to discuss your requirements and see how we could help you.
We are pleased to confirm that our April 2019 newsletter has just been issued. For those who are not registered on our mailing list, you can download it from here . You can also opt to join our newsletter mailing list by following this link – it takes only a few seconds. Rest assured we never pass your information to third parties, as stated in our privacy statement.
Our next course on 11 April 2019 is on “Fundamentals of Geotechnical Engineering” and is ideal for engineering geologists new to the field. It is always popular, not least as it is delivered in a ‘long-day’ course format so delegates receive 1.5 days of learning with just one day out of the office. The course runs from 0830 to 1930, and details of it may be downloaded using this link.
The course costs £335 + VAT per delegate – just call or email us to reserve your place on the course. Note too that discounts are available for group bookings or delegates attending more than one course.
We are delighted to release ‘Issue 2’ of our course calendar for 2019. The new calendar can be downloaded from here in a list format, or from here in a year to view format. The changes are all in April and May, with amended course dates inserted.
If you are interested in any of the courses, just email us for more information or call to discuss your requirements. As ever, discounts are available for group bookings or delegates attending more than one course.
Remember too that all courses can be run bespoke for your company if there are sufficient numbers – just call us to see what we could do for you.
Our courses over the next two months are varied, ranging from geotechnics to Professional Review preparations. The upcoming courses include:
Geotechnical Engineering for Geologists on 11 April; £335 for 1.5 days of learning in a ‘long day’
Theory and Practice of Lime and Cement Stabilisation on 30 April NEW COURSE
Slope Stability Design to EC7 on 2 May
The ICE Professional Review – two half day preparation courses on 14 May, £150 each or £250 for both
Retaining Walls – Principles and Practice on 16 May
Report Writing for Engineers (includes pre-course work and personal feedback), £335
Commercial and Contractual Awareness on 24 May (ideal for graduates pursuing professional qualification)
All these courses are running in Chesterfield and cost £250 + VAT per delegate unless stated. Discounts are available for group bookings or delegates attending more than one course. Please call or email us to reserve your place on a course.
We are very pleased to announce that we have a new course running in Chesterfield on 30 April 2019, entitled ‘Theory and Practice of Lime and Cement Stabilisation’. This ‘Level 3’ course is aimed at engineers and geologists with experience of earthworks wanting to expand their understanding and skills to include soil stabilisation.
The course will be delivered by one of our consultants, Dr Paul Beetham. Paul has extensive experience of soil stabilisation working both for specialist contractors and as a consultant. He has a professional doctorate in soil stabilisation and is an ICE appointed Panel Expert advising HS2 on soil stabilisation.
More details of the course can be found here. Just call or email us to make a booking!