The Dates for the Dangerous Good Safety Advisor (DGSA) Course are as follows:
20 - 24th February Classroom based training
8th March Revision Day
9th March Exam Day.
The course costs are as follows:
£1210.00 non member rate
Further costs to include
SQA Exam fees £285.00
ADR books and further literature - Subject to publishers costs.
High quality public transport is an essential part of the toolkit to tackle traffic congestion, pollution related deaths and other adverse side effects of cities' and towns' dependence on the car. However, with deregulated provision, such as the bus market in the UK, Public Transport service planners & operators face a range of financial operations & social challenges to developing and providing affective public transport services.
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13th Annual Student ConferenceBrexit: The impacts on aviation, logistics and transport in the UK
When: Wednesday 22nd February 2017, 09:15 for 10:00 - 16:30Where: London Metropolitan University, Electra House, 84 Moorgate, London EC2M 6SQ - DirectionsThis conference is the 13th Annual Students' event co-organised by CILT London Region and the Guildhall Faculty of Business and Law at London Metropolitan University..
This established event will bring you a range of speakers from different professional backgrounds with their insights and expertise in to the topic. The conference provides participating students the opportunity to speak to an audience in preparation for future employment, helping them develop self confidence.Agenda
09:15 – 10:00 Registration10:00 – 10:15 Introduction – Dr Simon Jones, Dean, Guildhall School of Business and Law10:15 – 10:25 Scene setting – Nick Coleman, Course Leader, Airline, Airport and Aviation Management BSc (Hons)10:25 – 11:15 Will Whitehorn FCILT, CILT President11:15 – 11:30 Coffee break / networking11:30 – 12:15 The opportunities for the UK airline sector from Brexit – David Hodges, Virgin Atlantic12:15 – 13:15 Lunch13:15 – 13:45 British Transport and Logistics – post-Brexit – Professor Alan Braithwaite FCILT, Chairman of LCP Consulting13:45 – 14:15 Logistics in post Brexit world – Professor John Manners Bell FCILT, Transport Intelligence14:15 – 14:30 Coffee break / networking14:30 – 15:15 Paul Wait, CEO, GTMC15:15 – 15:45 Brainstorming exercise: Co-create a logistics circular economy: facilitated discussion and “ideation” Catherine Weetman FCILT MSc 15:45 – 16:15 Closing address: Kevin Richardson FCILT, CILT(UK) Chief Executive16:15 – 18:30 Networking and refreshments
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Cost: Member: Free; Non-Member: FreeEvent code: LR0356
When: 22nd February 2017, 18:45 - 21:00 (Reg 18:30)Where: Wallisdown Campus of the University of Bournemouth, Wallisdown Road, Poole, BH12 5BBMeeting Point:The Coyne Lecture Theatre at the School of Tourism
Speaker: Jim Stewart B.A. (Hons.), MBA, FICS, Chief Executive, Poole Harbour Commissioners
Situated within Europe's largest natural harbour and with a long history as a port, Poole is currently working on its Master Plan to secure its future at a time of major economic and commercial uncertainty. The Poole Harbour Commissioners are responsible for delivering this plan and so we are privileged to have their Chief Executive tell us how this will be achieved. This is a welcome opportunity for CILT members in all disciplines to learn how opportunities are identified and problems are solved in this particularly challenging commercial environment.
Refreshments and a light buffet will be provided.
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In 2014 1,775 people died in traffic accidents in Great Britain, a 4% increase from 2013. Although Great Britain is one of the best performing countries in the world when it comes to road safety, there are still improvements that can be made to reduce the number of deaths and injuries occurring on our roads. This course will introduce delegates to the causes of accidents and how they can be addressed by engineering, education and enforcement. It will particularly focus on the use of road safety audits as one way of ensuring that safety is given sufficient consideration in the design process. The course will be useful to both those new to the safety audit process and those looking for updates on the latest development inthis field.
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When: 23rd February 2017, 14:30 for 15:00 - 18:00Where: National Centre for Deaf-Blindness, John and Lucille van Geest Place, Cygnet Road, Hampton, Peterborough, PE7 8FD - DirectionsMeeting Point: Hampton RoomSpeakers: James Tillyer, FORS Manager, CILTThis event is open to CILT members and local fleet operators, and is designed to educate people on the values and processes of the Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme. It is particularly useful to fleet operators, specifiers and Local Authorities.
The session will involve a presentation and a question and answer round.To Book This event will also be promoted on the FORS Eventbrite pages, where delegates can reserve their place. To reserve your place visit Eventbrite.
What is FORS?The Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme (FORS) is an accreditation scheme that's been designed to recognise good practice among fleet operators. It's based on the principles of safety, efficiency and professional development, with requirements that have been developed to be relevant to those who operate a car, van, bus, coach, truck or road-going plant, and for anyone from an owner operator right through to multi-nationals and heavy haulage.
It is fast becoming the National Standard for fleet operators, now with over 4000 accredited companies in the UK and Europe. The overarching ambition of FORS is to raise and maintain operator standards and recognise good practice through the provision of (sometimes free) training, services, publications and discounts offered to members.
FORS also applies to those who buy transport services, with many lead contractors now requiring their sub-contractors to be FORS accredited. Local Authorities have also started to recognise the benefits of FORS as a way of reducing the risk of incidents on their roads through driver education, higher specification vehicles and improved working practices.
Event Code: ER0305
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