CPD Courses and Events
CPD Courses and Events
This course is designed to improve your understanding of contracts. It covers contractual conditions, their legal framework and the management procedure you need to successfully complete projects. It follows the Institution of Civil Engineers syllabus and will prepare you for the ICE Law and Contract Management examinations in June 2023. If you’re wishing to take the exams you will be able to do so at an additional charge to be confirmed and registration and payment will be direct with the ICE.
Please note any examination queries, bookings and payments (for ICE exams) should be made directly with the ICE [email protected]
The live online presentations take place on Monday evenings 6.30pm – 8.30pm and the course extends to the end of June with breaks at Christmas, Easter, May and the Spring Bank holidays. We also offer revision evenings for those taking the ICE exams at the end of the course.
What will I learn?
This means that on completion of the course you’ll have an understanding of:
How will I benefit?
The ASMO-UK/ISSMO series of conferences provides an opportunity for researchers on multi-disciplinary optimisation from within and outside the UK to get together and share experience within a growing community.
We encourage you to attend and present your current research. Application papers are particularly welcome.
After a hiatus, this series of conference is relaunched as the last in the series of ASMO-UK conferences (12th) and the first in the new series ASMO-Europe.
Unimod 2022 is a model theory programme running from 18 July to 5 August 2022, featuring two summer schools and accompanied by a workshop. The schools are open to PhD students and early career researchers and can be attended independently of each other.
This course helps delegates to understand the mechanisms and dynamics of fire development from a fundamental scientific level, helping you to design safer systems, buildings and processes that protect life and property more effectively whilst allowing greater freedom in design.
The course follows a structured approach starting from the fundamental principles of combustion flammability and heat transfer and moving on to the more specific study of fire spread and fire development in compartments. We will also cover open fires such as pool and jet fires.
During the course, we will also discuss the principles of fire protection practice and technology within the context of understanding the fire development mechanism and the response of structures to fires.