The modelling of junctions, road networks and public transport systems provides fundamental information to support decisions taken on future land uses, investment in the transport system and other policy interventions. With modelling tools ranging from “simple” equations through to highly complex mathematical, algorithm based systems, many people responsible for commissioning modelling activities find modelling a daunting area of responsibility. This course provides an introduction to the modelling tools commonly used, providing delegates with an understanding of the applicability of different models to various situations, and equips practitioners with simple techniques for checking model outputs.
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Standard Fee: £499 + VAT
CILT Member/ Local Authority/ Charity Fee: £449 + VAT
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When: Thursday 1 September 2016, 18:00 (for 18:30) - 20:00 - This event was originally scheduled for 21/07/2016 Where: Bartrums Group, Langton Green, Eye, IP23 7HN - Directions Meeting Point: Reception
Speaker: Philip Lapczuk, Project Manager, Earner Recognition, DVSA
The DVSA has exciting developments in the pipeline. The precise timing are to be confirmed, but likely in the next 12 months we will see the emergence of a new system of self-regulation for the UK heavy goods road transport sector.
What will this mean to you?
If you are a road haulier you will be able to apply for "recognised carrier" status. Subsequently if your application is accepted you will be able to use tachograph and maintenance records to monitor compliance. Registered hauliers will not feature in the Operator Risk Score Rating (OCSR) will face fewer checks, and consequently be more productive.
If you are a buyer of road haulage you will be able to see who is "recognised". This will help inform your haulier selection, and in time could become a key feature of your organisation's future corporate social responsibility strategy.
DVSA has already run feasibility trials. Come along to hear from Philip what will be the data key inputs, how the scoring system is anticipated to operate. Planning is also in progress to give you a demonstration of the system!
A light buffet will also be provided.
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Cost: Member: Free; Non-Member: Free
We're heading to Belgium!By popular demand, we have decided to go back to Belgium and have lined up three great courses for us to play: Royal Hainaut, Royal Antwerp & Royal Zoute. We will be staying at the 4* Grand Hotel in the historic centre of Ghent that, according to the Lonely Planet travel guide, is Belgium’s best kept secret. We will have free use of the plunge pool, sauna, steam bath and gym. Our headline price for 2 members sharing is a partly subsidised price of £295.88 that includes all golf, 4* Hotel bed and breakfast accommodation at The Grand Hotel for 2 x nights with a gala dinner on the Monday night. Rooms are available on the Saturday too if required.
Golf Itinerary - Sandton Grand Hotel ReylofSunday 4 SeptemberGolf Club Hainaut - www.golfhainaut.beMonday 5 SeptemberRoyal Antwerp Golf Club - www.ragc.beTuesday? 8 SeptemberRoyal Zoute Golf Club - www.zoute.be
Further details can be found here
Payment DetailsThe proposal has been based on 36 players. If you would like to join us, please complete and return the booking form, together with a £50 deposit, per person, to the CILT(UK) Golf Society, c/o John Winter, Flat 3, Maxwell Place, 130 – 136 Maxwell Road, Beaconsfield, HP9 1AQ by Monday 7 March 2016 - Booking Form..Final payment for the trip will be required by Friday 12 August 2016. The hotel has set a very strict cancellation policy so if I do not receive your full payment on this date I will have no alternative but to cancel your room.
Don't forget to check www.ciltgolf.co.uk for the very latest information on this event.
*****Who are we?CILT Golf Society provides members an opportunity to foster professional, business and sporting contacts. We organise a full programme of events for members and their guests at attractive venues and at subsided rates.
The present membership list reads like a ‘who’s who’ of transport & logistics professionals. Our meetings offer an excellent opportunity for members and past members to play golf and network together. Our meetings are primarily played at good quality traditional members’ clubs. Our priority is always for members and guests to enjoy their golf, the venue and each others company.
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http://www.ciltgolf.co.ukSandton Grand Hotel Reylof Royal Antwerp Golf Club
Kinder Scout to Edale Walk - Fundraising on behalf of Transaid
When: 3rd September 2016, 09:45 for a 10:00 start (the walk itself will take between 4 - 6 hours)Where: Kinder Scout, Peak DistrictMeeting Point: Main car park at Edale
This is a fundraising walk that the YPF has organised. Everyone is welcome but we do request a minimum of £30 sponsorship each. We will be raising money on behalf of Transaid, more information on this worthwhile charity is below.
The Kinder Scout from Edale trail is a circular walk lets you sample the best of Kinder Scout by skirting the southern and western edges of the Gritstone plateau. This strenuous 11 mile walk will begin at the traditional start of the Pennine Way from Edale and take us over the exposed plateau of Kinder Scout to arrive at Kinder Downfall via Jacobs Ladder. It will a great time of year to see the heather in full bloom on the moors. The views are simply impressive and the exposed rocky chasm of Kinder Downfall is a real highlight! Once we have finished the walk, we will head over to the Old Nags Head or Ramblers Inn or both where we will enjoy a delicious pub lunch and a few beverages.
If you would like to raise money through the Virgin Money Giving group, CILT YPF Walkers, please email email@example.com and we will invite you to join - if you have not already got a page set up through Virgin Money Giving, please set one up beforehand.
Alternatively, you can find a sponsorship form here.
To keep track of attendance please book online now or contact Membership Services, Tel: 01536 740104 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org quoting the event code: YPF0308We look forward to walking with you!
Alternatively, if you would just like to sponsor the CILT YPF Walkers' please donate here: http://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/team/YPFWalkers
Please note: This is a fundraising event to raise money for Transaid. If you are interested in taking part the minimum amount to raise is £30.Transaid is an international development charity that identifies, champions, implements and shares local transport solutions which improve access to basic services and economic opportunity for poor people in developing countries. You can learn more about the Emergency Transport Scheme in Zambia, one of Transaid’s life-saving programmes in Sub-Saharan Africa, here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0iHSd2JgsX0, Alternatively please visit www.transaid.org for more information.
An informal networking event with a short talk from Professor Michael Wood of Aston University, UK. About the speaker: Mike Wood is a Chartered Engineer and Chartered Scientist with 30 years of experience of running a successful engineering consultancy business. Its portfolio includes aeromechanical, electromechanical, mechanical, nuclear, structural and vibration engineering, also design project management. Current focus of his institution activities involve engineering education and training in the UK and across the EU.
Mike will be talking about how Aston and CILT are working in partnership to provide training and education around the world. Aston university courses are accredited by CILT and are practically relevant to the profession.
Mike will also talk about Flying Faculties. Flying faculties are undoubtedly the beneficiaries of transnational education in terms of both professional and personal development. Aston’s Flying Faculty initiative will be presented with the possibilty of distance learning for both BSc and MSc qualifications.
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Booking Online: Non-Member's wishing to book on to this event over the website will need to register before doing so. Please follow the registration process in full in order for the booking to be completed. If any issues arise when trying to book, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org who can assist you further.
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This course focuses on stock control for bought-in items, finished goods and general stores stock control. It will demonstrate how to reduce inventory investment and how to assess and react to changing customer requirements to deliver the best customer service. In addition, it will show how to integrate the inventory effectively into the supply chain, maximising control without increasing the workload.
Corby 16 - 17 Feb, 14 - 15 June, 6 - 7 Sept 2016.
Cost: £625 - Non-Member
For further information click here, Inventory Control Techniques.pdf or contact Professional Development, tel: 01536 740166 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
This course introduces the new Traffic Signs, Regulations and General Directions 2016 (TSRGD which replace TSRGD 2002 and its amendments.) It also explains its relationship with the Traffic Signs Manual (TSM) and provides information on the key aspects of the TSM. These specific sessions deal with the major categories of signs, how to address the design, location, installation and illumination of traffic signing and road markings in the most sensitive manner and choosing the most appropriate material type.
This globally recognised course is focussed on teaching participants how to translate plans into operational activities and define and apply techniques in the operations field. This is one of the core modules in the APICS CPIM programme but is also a valued subject in its own right.
It is strongly recommended that delegates complete the BSCM module prior to selecting this course.
Location: Corby Dates: 6- 9 September 2016
For further information please see link attached or call Professional Development 01536 740166 email email@example.com
This course is designed to show the opportunities for the development of processes and structures, the variety of techniques available and their application. It will also demonstrate how to ensure successful MRP and lean operations together with the distribution of involvement and responsibility.
Corby: 16 - 17 June, 8 - 9 September 2016
Cost: £625.00 – Standard
For further information click Effective Manufacturing.pdf, Booking Form contact Professional Development, tel: 01536 740166 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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