Posted 24 September 2007
Harper Adams University College, Shropshire, is offering a range of one-day courses that focus on tree and woodland management.
Managing Trees and Potential Legal Liabilities is a practical guide which is scheduled for 30th October 2007 and the 5th February 2008. This one-day course is specifically designed for land managers and agents; professions which will benefit greatly from knowledge of their legal responsibilities regarding trees. They will also gain the ability to assess risks and responsibility for areas with trees, produce effective plans for managing tree risk and understand the legal responsibilities.
Sustainable Woodland Management will give an introduction to the principal management issues for small woodlands, with an emphasis on working towards sustainable management, the main regulatory and support mechanisms and an insight into potential markets and funding opportunities. It has been specifically designed for farmers, land owners and managers, local authority and conservation organisation staff and takes place on 11th December 2007 and 29th April 2008.
To book a place on either of the above courses or to find out further information please call Lisa Chapman on 01952 815324. It is advised to book early due to large numbers of applicants. Additional information is available on www.harper-adams.ac.uk/shortcourses
Further short-courses and conferences held at Harper Adams include:
Farm Business Analysis: 10th October 07 and 20th February 08
Farm Financial Business Planning: 17th October 07 and 6th March 08
Risk Identification & Management: 7th November 07 and 19th March 08
New Business Opportunities: 4th December 07 and 23rd April 08
Managing Staff for High Productivity: 16th October 07 and 5th March 08
Equine Law: 11th October 07 and 24th April 08
Using the Countryside and Funding Opps: 9th October 07
Introduction to Event Management: 14th November 07 and 12th March 08