Latest Training Courses from RHE

22nd March 2018 Training

18 April 2018
Empty Properties – Options for Action
Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council, RG21 4AH

Long-term empty dwellings are a wasted resource when considered in the light of increasing numbers of homeless households. This practice-based course is of relevance to anyone working in housing or related fields, particularly strategic housing and enforcement functions, who need to understand the best way to bring empty properties back into use.

Cost: Public Sector £178 (+VAT). Private Sector £220 (+VAT).
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19 April 2018
HHSRS Day 1 – Rating Method and Practice
Royal Society for Public Health, London E1 8AN

This 2-day course provides basic knowledge and competence to identify deficiencies and hazards under the HHSRS, to rate them appropriately and justify decisions. The courses are assessed to provide assurance that delegates achieve competence in practical HHSRS assessment.

Cost: Public Sector £178 (+VAT). Private Sector £220 (+VAT).
Visit: training.rheglobal.com. Day 2 will be held on 17 May 2018

This event is also available in Manchester. Day 1 will be held on 24 May 2018 and Day 2 will be held on 28 June 2018.

24 April 2018
RHE Biennial Private Water Supply Conference
The Birmingham Repertory Theatre, B1 2EP

Happening this time in the creative environs of The Rep, the day will deliver practical information and advice across a range of topics focussing on upcoming concerns plus explorations of the main issues including risk assessment, borehole quality and treatment provision. Hear the latest research on what affects the safety and efficiency of UV disinfection and three recent case studies about pesticide problems, an E. coli outbreak and nickel and lead problems in a borehole. Time is set aside for discussing the upcoming 2017 Amendment Regulations. Hope to see you there!

Cost: RIAMS Premium Subscribers £198 (+VAT). Public Sector £220 (+VAT). Private Sector £245 (+VAT).
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16 May 2018
Introducing the Basics of Statutory Nuisance
Royal Society for Public Health, London E1 8AN

This one-day, classroom-based course is aimed at those who deal with statutory nuisance complaints and investigations. Using practical case studies, the course covers the factors that influence the investigation and assessment of nuisance complaints The course is also suitable for environmental health practitioners who require a refresher in statutory nuisance and an update in the law.

Cost: Public Sector £159 (+VAT). Private Sector £198 (+VAT).
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