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In conjunction with our venues, we are currently monitoring the situation regarding CILT events and are following the guidelines issued by HM Government.

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December 2021
Public Inquiries and Appeals - OnlineBook Now
Start Date:07/12/2021 09:00
End Date:09/12/2021 17:00
Event Code:PTRC0727
Description:

Day one takes place on 7th December. Day two takes place on 9th December.

The course is built around a mock inquiry for a major urban extension with its core purpose to develop the skills required in preparing and delivering robust and precise proofs of evidence.

Delegates will also gain experience of the additional pressures imposed by speaking in public and dealing with cross-examination, and not forgetting the importance of making arguments clear and simple to understand so that all those present at the inquiry are on an ‘equal footing’.

Programme and Booking Form

Full programme here..

Course Fees

Standard Fee: £525 + VAT

CILT Member/ Local Authority/ Charity Fee: £475 + VAT

Booking

Click book now to book online or return a completed booking form to the Events Team at info@ptrc-training.co.uk.



A Short History of Shoreham AirportBook Now
Start Date:07/12/2021 17:30
End Date:07/12/2021 19:00
Event Code:SER0315
Description:


When: 07 December 2021, 17:30 - 19:00
Where: Zoom Webinar
Speaker: Peter Fellows

Shoreham Airport – now officially Brighton City Airport, claims to be the oldest in the UK, with records of flights dating back to 1910. It has played an important part in the history of flying in the UK, from the early pioneering days to the romance of the inter-war years, to its role in WWII. Its Art Deco terminal building is a noted listed building. Peter Fellows held a private pilot’s licence for 25 years and has been a volunteer guide at the airport for the past 26 years, so he is well equipped to give us his insights into this piece of aviation history on our doorstep.

Booking for Members - FREE
Click 'Book now' online to book, if you have any difficulties email us at regions@ciltuk.org.uk quoting event code: SER0315

Booking for Non-Members - £5.00 inc. VAT
Email regions@ciltuk.org.uk with a completed booking form


Note: If you are not a current Member of the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport, please be aware our membership team may be in touch with you using your email address provided regards membership opportunities. If you do not wish to be contacted please email and let us know at regions@ciltuk.org.uk

Competency sets:

  • PAS2.3 Access and Inclusion through Transport
Supply Chain RiskBook Now
Start Date:08/12/2021 17:00
End Date:08/12/2021 18:45
Event Code:FTF0308
Description:

When: 8 December 2021, 17:00 - 18:45
Where: Zoom Webinar

Speakers

  • Paul Kelly – Host, Chair, CILT Freight Forwarding Forum
  • Neil Gould FCILT - Host, CILT Freight Forwarding Forum
  • Mike Dawber is an intelligence officer in the National Vehicle Crime Intelligence Service ( NaVCIS)
  • Mike Yarwood, Managing Director Loss Prevention, TT Club

This CILT Freight Forwarding Forum event will appeal to anyone operating in, affected by, or interested in supply chain operations. Including shippers, buyers, forwarders, carriers, logistics professionals, academics and students and is joint with the CILT(UK) London Region.

The annual supply chain risk event is traditionally a joint event with the Chartered Institute of Procurement & Supply and is consistently well supported by both institutes’ members, attracting a wide range of practitioner and academic speakers, who have been educating, informing and entertaining delegates for 11 years.

The 12th anniversary of this unique event, although virtual, promises to be just as rewarding for delegates. With speakers exploring the development of supply chains risk and the actions taken to address the increasing threat of criminalisation and theft. 

From an operations background, with some of the biggest names in the UK haulage industry, Mike Yarwood joined Thomas Miller in 2010 to oversee loss prevention and risk management for The TT Club. In addition to supporting the mutual insurers members, Mike works alongside a host of professional institutes, trade associations, industry bodies and NGO’s to identify and promote best practice in reducing risk in the supply chain. Mike will talk about the Supply Chain Risk Industry Partnership and how it promotes best practice. He will also consider trends in supply chain risk for UK, European, and Global supply chains.

Michael Dawber is an intelligence officer in the National Vehicle Crime Intelligence Service, better known as NaVCIS. Mike’s team investigate criminal gangs threatening the haulage industry, sharing intelligence with law-enforcement agencies and the international freight industry. He will outline NaVCIS’ origins and how they partner with industry to prevent crime, pursue criminal gangs and protect supply chains.

Booking for Members - FREE
Click 'Book now' online to book, if you have any difficulties email us at forums@ciltuk.org.uk quoting event code: FTF0308

Booking for Non-Members - £5.00 inc. VAT
Email forums@ciltuk.org.uk with a completed booking form


This is a joint event with the London Region

Note: If you are not a current Member of the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport, please be aware our membership team may be in touch with you using your email address provided regards membership opportunities. If you do not wish to be contacted please email and let us know at forums@ciltuk.org.uk

Competency sets:

  • EQ2.1 Risk Identification, Reduction and Safety Management

Fellows' Lunch 2021Book Now
Start Date:10/12/2021 12:15
End Date:10/12/2021 16:00
Event Code:D0335
Description:




When:
  Friday 10 December 2021

Time:  11:30 for 12:15 - 16:00 GMT

Where:  Leonardo Royal Hotel London City
8 - 14 Cooper's Row
London
EC3N 2BQ

Price:  CILT Members - £85 + VAT

            Non-Members - £125 + VAT



After taking a break last year due to COVID-19 restrictions, CILT is delighted to announce the return of its annual Fellows’ Lunch event.

 

As one of the Institute’s premier events, the Fellow’s Lunch has been a regular feature in members’ diaries since for more than 20 years. Offering a unique opportunity to connect with members across the broad section of logistics and transport, the annual Fellows’ Lunch serves as a festive celebration and marks the start of the Christmas season.

 

Open to all members, we’re very excited to be hosting the lunch on Friday 10 December at Leonardo Royal London City Hotel. With great food, drinks and speakers, the Fellows’ Lunch offers the chance to network with more than 100 logistics and transport professionals and a chance to mark the end of a transformative year. 


Book now to secure your place at the event. We can't wait to see you face-to-face!

January 2022
Reading Buses, an exceptional year and building for the futureBook Now
Start Date:11/01/2022 17:30
End Date:11/01/2022 19:15
Event Code:SER0316
Description:

When: 11 January 2022, 17:30 - 19:15
Where: Zoom Webinar
Speaker: Robert Williams, Chief Executive Officer,Reading Buses

Bus services play a key role in keeping Reading moving and Robert Williams, CEO Reading Buses, talks about the challenges the Covid pandemic presented and how the company is preparing for the future.


Booking for Members - FREE
Click 'Book now' online to book, if you have any difficulties email us at regions@ciltuk.org.uk quoting event code: SER0316

Booking for Non-Members - £5.00 inc. VAT
Email regions@ciltuk.org.uk with a completed booking form


Note: If you are not a current Member of the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport, please be aware our membership team may be in touch with you using your email address provided regards membership opportunities. If you do not wish to be contacted please email and let us know at regions@ciltuk.org.uk

The Helston RailwayBook Now
Start Date:12/01/2022 17:00
End Date:12/01/2022 18:30
Event Code:SER0311
Description:



When: 12 January 2022, 17:00 - 18:30
Where: Zoom Webinar
Speaker: Chris Heaps, Chairman, Helston Railway Preservation Society as well as former Traffic Commissioner and former Chairman of the London Bus Museum at Brooklands

Joint South East and South West Region Event

The Helston Railway partially re-opened from 2010 and extends over about 1.5 miles Chris will tell us some of the earlier history of the line which closed to passengers in 1962 and freight in 1964 as well as progress on reopening and events since then including a number of prestigious awards.

Chris’s links with the railway date from before its opening in 1887, as his great-great-great grandfather attended the ceremony of the cutting of the first sod in 1882 and the opening of the line in 1887, and of course the customary celebratory lunches thereafter.

A second and enlarged edition of his book about the railway (delayed by Covid) should be published in May 2022 and will include details of the bus route from Helston to The Lizard which was the first railway-operated motor bus service in the country when it started in 1903.

Booking for Members - FREE
Click 'Book now' online to book, if you have any difficulties email us at regions@ciltuk.org.uk quoting event code:SER0311

Booking for Non-Members - £5.00 inc. VAT
Email regions@ciltuk.org.uk with a completed booking form


Note: If you are not a current Member of the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport, please be aware our membership team may be in touch with you using your email address provided regards membership opportunities. If you do not wish to be contacted please email and let us know at regions@ciltuk.org.uk

The Maidenhead Canopy & Cholsey & Wallingford RailwayBook Now
Start Date:12/01/2022 19:30
End Date:12/01/2022 20:30
Event Code:TVG0410
Description:



When: 12 January 20222, 19:30 - 20:30
Where: Zoom Webinar
Speaker: Dr Tony Stead – Cholsey & Wallingford Railway


Cholsey and Wallingford Railway is an ex-GWR branchline closed to passenger traffic in 1958, parcels in 1965 and finally as a freight line serving ABM Maltings in 1981. From 1981 it was taken over by a Preservation Society, running the first heritage trains in 1985. The Station, located on the site of the old Maltings, has not benefitted from an original purpose-built station building and has, in the words of a recent article in 'Heritage Railway' 'For most of its preserved life, Wallingford Station has been, to be frank, a dump.'

The arrival and restoration of the Maidenhead Canopy has, however, totally transformed the site. Erected at Maidenhead, possibly as early as 1871 according to Wells (1982), the canopy, or train shed, became a problem for Network Rail and the Cross Rail project but surely a Brunellian structure of this age (it was present as Broad Gauge trains passed by) should be preserved? The talk will consider how the canopy seemed to avoid being listed and how Cholsey and Wallingford Railway sought permission to relocate it to Wallingford. In theory, once disassembled it should have been easy to reassemble such a piece of railway history but in the eventual haste to remove it all considerations of its future became lost and the method of removal involved predominantly a gas axe, chain saw and no documentation. Faced with such carnage how does one fund the restoration, repair and reconstruction of such an important building?

The steps taken by Cholsey and Wallingford Railway, funded by the Railway Heritage Trust, to establish the age, construction methods and decoration will be discussed and the benefits of such projects to a heritage railway outlined both in terms of visitor appeal and volunteer morale.

The Thames Valley Group are always keen to enjoy a relaxed informal environment in their events but unfortunately cannot move to the pub after the presentation as normal. Participants are therefore encouraged to bring the beverage of their choice to the webinar.


Booking for Members - FREE
Click 'Book now' online to book, if you have any difficulties email us at regions@ciltuk.org.uk quoting event code: TVG0410

Booking for Non-Members - £5.00 inc. VAT
Email regions@ciltuk.org.uk with a completed booking form


Note: If you are not a current Member of the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport, please be aware our membership team may be in touch with you using your email address provided regards membership opportunities. If you do not wish to be contacted please email and let us know at regions@ciltuk.org.uk

Long-Haul Road Freight: Hydrogen or Electricity?Book Now
Start Date:13/01/2022 18:00
End Date:13/01/2022 19:30
Event Code:LR0407
Description:



When: 13 January 2022, 18:00 - 19:30
Where: Zoom Webinar
Speaker: Professor David Cebon, Cambridge University

The event will appeal to all transport and logistics practitioners and students who are interested in Net Zero and the challenges decarbonising heavy goods vehicles.

Long-haul road freight is said to be one of the ‘difficult to decarbonise’ sectors of the economy. Heavy vehicles require large amounts of power for long periods of time, making battery electric technologies challenging. There are two main alternatives to battery electric vehicles: fuel-cell electric vehicles powered by hydrogen and ‘electric roads’ technology: like electric trains or trolley buses. The heavy vehicle industry is currently divided over which technology to back. The government is planning to spend £500m on demonstration trials to help it decide which way to go. This talk will consider the basic numbers associated with these issues.

Professor David Cebon is a Professor of Mechanical Engineering in Cambridge University and a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering.  He is Director of the Centre for Sustainable Road Freight and leads Cambridge University Engineering Department’s Transport Research Group and the Department's research theme 'Energy, Transport and Urban Infrastructure'.  Professor Cebon’s research covers the mechanical, civil, and materials aspects of road transport engineering.  He has authored or co-authored more than 150 peer reviewed papers on the dynamics, safety, and environmental performance of heavy goods vehicles.  He has a strong current focus on energy systems for road freight.

Booking for Members - FREE
Click 'Book now' online to book, if you have any difficulties email us at regions@ciltuk.org.uk quoting event code: LR0407

Booking for Non-Members - £5.00 inc. VAT
Email regions@ciltuk.org.uk with a completed booking form


Note: If you are not a current Member of the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport, please be aware our membership team may be in touch with you using your email address provided regards membership opportunities. If you do not wish to be contacted please email and let us know at regions@ciltuk.org.uk

The Principles of Traffic and Transport - 20 Week Evening Lecture Series (Dubai) - OnlineBook Now
Start Date:17/01/2022 17:30
End Date:13/06/2022 19:00
Event Code:PTRC0758
Description:
The transportation system is being asked to play a greater role in society these days as we strive to move people, fuel the economy, be more energy efficient, and address the role of the automobile in climate change. These are broad themes that will affect the transportation profession for years to come, however at the ‘street level’ there is still the day-today of designing, operating, evaluating and improving the local transportation system in our cities and towns.

Whether you are new to the transportation industry, are looking to refresh your knowledge on transportation principles, or if you have taken on a new responsibility or are working in a ‘niche area’ and wish to broaden your knowledge, PTRC’s 20week evening lecture series offers a cost-effective and time-inexpensive training course that will benefit both the participating employee and their employer.

This evening seminar program has been running in Europe for over fifteen years. PTRC is happy to be launching the 20 Week Evening Lecture Series in Dubai in January 2022.

Course Fees

Standard Fee: £700
CILT & TPS Member/Local Authority/Charity Fee: £650


Booking

Click Book Now to pay online with card or complete and return the booking form to the Events Team at info@ptrc-training.co.uk

Delivering Effective Access and Inclusion - OnlineBook Now
Start Date:18/01/2022 09:00
End Date:18/01/2022 17:00
Event Code:PTRC0728
Description:

Taking into account the latest Government recommendations regarding social distancing and working from home regarding the COVID-19 outbreak, we have made the decision in conjunction with the trainers that this course will now be delivered via distance learning. The course will still have all the course work, workshops and interactivity as those delivered in the classroom, allowing for the same level of learning while taking into account the recommendations for these special circumstances. There will be a live trainer facilitating this course from 9:00 - 17:00 GMT.

This course provides an introduction into the area of accessibility and public transport integration. Drawing on a range of case studies and approaches, this course examines the latest access and inclusion agenda as it relates to public transport and interchange, the role of the community transport and taxi sector, station travel planning and multimodal access to rail, as well as BRT and more conventional bus and rail integration. The key role of active travel to stimulate greater use of public transport and the types of interchange and ‘last mile’ improvements needed to encourage this will also be covered.

The course will outline the latest thinking on access, diversity and inclusion as set out in DfT’s Inclusive Transport Strategy, as well as explaining the main principles of the Equality Act.

The course, run in an interactive workshop format, will also look at the implications of regulations including the PSVAR requirements and the Office of Rail and Road’s Accessible Transport Policy. Finally it will consider the role of station travel plans and how these tools can be used to provide holistic accessibility solutions.

Programme and Booking Form 

Full programme here..

Course Fees 

Standard Fee: £365 + VAT
CILT Member/ Local Authority/ Charity Fee: £345 + VAT 

Booking 

Click book now to book online with a card or return a completed booking form to the Events Team at info@ptrc-training.co.uk. 

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