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Training and Events

Our training and events listings includes current details for our national programme of training courses, conferences and webinars as well as regional events organised by our Member Networks. 

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23
Oct
This solicitor-led lunchtime workshop will deal with recent Irish and CJEU case law and will include a Q&A session with experienced legal personnel. This event is organised by the Irish Section Committee.

Event type Member Network Event
Event level Intermediate - Advanced
Theme
Location Ireland
25
Oct
CIEEM Scotland is hosting an evening seminar by experts in the field of bat ecology, the Scottish beaver reintroduction and botany. These talks will provide insights into appropriate survey techniques, mitigation and ongoing research into species conservation. This event is organised by the Scottish Section Committee.

Event type Member Network Event
Theme Habitat/species management, Species’ ecology, survey and identification
Location Scotland
30
Oct
This beginner - intermediate level training will provide a thorough understanding of the overall purpose, process and methodology of Habitats Regulations Appraisal, including Appropriate Assessment and the roles of different organisations and individuals in the process.

Event type Training
Event level Beginner - Intermediate
Theme Mitigation and compensation, Planning and development, Policy and legislation
Location Scotland
01
Nov
This course provides training on biodiversity unit calculations based on Defra’s guidance. It is for individuals wishing to develop or enhance skills in undertaking and using biodiversity unit calculations.

Event type Training
Event level Beginner - Intermediate
Theme Ecological Assessment, Fieldwork skills, Mitigation and compensation
Location South East England
05
Nov
At this year’s Scottish Biodiversity Strategy Science conference, organised by the BES in collaboration with CIEEM Scotland, we will consider some of the new challenges facing biodiversity conservation, and the novel and innovative solutions biodiversity science can offer.

Event type Member Network Event
Theme
Location Scotland
07
Nov
The course will cover factors affecting floodplain meadow plant communities and how communities respond to these, such as hydrology and flooding, soils and nutrient loading; monitoring techniques for environmental factors including dipwells; an overview of habitat management (grassland, water management); an overview of the recent reclassification of floodplain plant communities.

Event type Training
Event level Beginner - Intermediate
Theme Ecological Assessment, Fieldwork skills, Habitat Survey and Assessment, Habitat/species management, Terrestrial
Location South West England
07
Nov
This session is aimed at ecologists and you will not need any technical knowledge of genetics! The analysis techniques used and their uses and limitations, advantages and disadvantages, will be described, using case studies and examples.

Event type Webinar
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07
Nov
The evening will commence with a buffet/ sandwiches and drinks and an opportunity to network. A short West Midlands Section Annual Members' Meeting will follow, with three talks from guest speakers after that.

Event type Member Network Event
Theme Habitat/species management, Mitigation and compensation, Protected species
Location West Midlands
07
Nov
Jonny Hart-Woods from the Canal and River Trust will talk about the ecological work of the Trust, focusing on managing the Tees Barrage to protect migratory fish runs, including reducing seal predation and meeting statutory requirements and stakeholder needs. This event is organised by the Yorkshire and Humber Section Committee.

Event type Member Network Event
Theme Habitat/species management, Freshwater and estuarine
Location Yorkshire and Humber
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