First publishedon www.AggBusiness.com
Aggregate Industries' Bardon Hill Quarry will host a NAM programme training course on Wednesday 18th September
The UK-based Nature After Minerals (NAM) programme will be running a series of training courses in 2019. These will be:
- Tuesday 4th June – Creation of Reedbeds at RSPB Langford Lowfields, Nottinghamshire
- Tuesday 9th July – Managing Water Margins and Islands for Biodiversity at RSPB Middleton Lakes, Staffordshire
- Wednesday 18th September – Woodland Creation and Establishment at AI Bardon Hill Quarry, Leicestershire
- Tuesday 15th October – Delivering Biodiversity through Minerals Planning at Tarmac Thrislington Quarry, County Durham.
Further details on each of these courses and information about booking can be found at https://www.rspb.org.uk/our-work/conservation/conservation-and-sustainability/advice/training-courses/. Following this link will also lead you to details on all of the RSPB’s Land Management Training courses for 2019, which may be of interest.
As usual, the format of the day will include an indoor morning session with guest speakers and land management experts providing advice on the subject in hand; a light lunch with opportunity to network with other delegates; and a site visit to learn from on-the-ground examples of relevant best-practice.
Each training course costs £120 + VAT, including handout materials, refreshments and a light lunch, which I trust you will agree represents excellent value for money. Places on each course are limited to 25.
For more information or to request a booking form, please call Holly on 01767 693308 or email email@example.com