For those who missed the two courses this year, Wharton Natural Infrastructure is running a CAVAT course of their own, in the Midlands on July 11th. Click here for the link.
Another great success for Chris Neilan and CAVAT! The first event of the year, held at FirstSite in Colchester, was sold out within a few weeks of going on sale and the 20 delegates, from the private and public sector, enjoyed good weather for another day of essential training with in-depth analysis of CAVAT, and practical field work in the magnificent surroundings of Castle Park. Sharon Hosegood and Luke Faye discussed their forthcoming Canopy and CAVAT valuations of development sites over years, projecting forward existing and new planting. A document on this will be circulated soon.
For those who missed this course, more are planned but take note, the next date, on the20th June, is booked already, so if you'd like to be placed on a cancellation list, let Noel at SHA know as soon as possible.
Due to the popularity of the first CAVAT course, now sold out, we have arranged for a second course to take place at the same venue, FirstSite, in Colchester. Date is Thursday, June 20th, and there are a limited number of places left already so if you are interested in booking please contact us as soon as you can. Discounted price for tree officers at £120 +VAT, all others £150 +VAT.
CAVAT Day at FirstSite, Colchester
CAVAT is becoming established as an essential tool in any UK arboriculturist‘s toolkit. It is now widely used to recover realistic replacement costs for damaged public trees, to help safeguard trees during development and as an asset management tool.
Are you confident that you can use CAVAT accurately and defensibly? See the flyer for the event and details here. Tickets are limited, so please register your interest early.
Sharon Hosegood Associates Ltd is proud to announce that on Thursday 16th May 2019 it will host a full day’s training in CAVAT by its author Christopher Neilan. The day has been carefully planned to give both new or experienced users confidence that they understand both the aims and uses of both methods. Chris will concentrate on the correct use of the Full method- including a guided practical group session.
Light refreshments and lunch will be provided, parking is available near the venue but fees are not included in the ticket price.
For more information contact Noel Durdant-Hollamby (SHA) 01245 210420, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org