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110430| Zigurat E-learning| Master in Building Facilities|

THE PROGRAMME

https://www.e-zigurat.com/master-instalaciones/

The Master in Building Facilities deals with the calculation and coordination of facilities involved in construction, with a focus on energy efficiency and applying solutions in new construction and rehabilitation.

The MIE includes the study, analysis and management tools for the certification of energy efficiency of new buildings and existing ones, to be mandatory in most cases.

ABOUT THE MASTERS

The Master in Building Facilities is a 100% practice through which the participant will be able to manage the information needed to calculate, coordinate and direct training facilities of a building. MIE in the most widespread technical solutions, how to interfere with each other, what margin of interaction have and how we can manage to optimize arise in each case.

PROJECTS

The MIE will feature case studies, as well as two final projects: rehabilitation of using BIM technology and business license of a warehouse hotel.

PROLOGUE

The Master develops and deepens photovoltaic facilities, making a tour of all applicable regulations and watching various applications, such as calculating a photovoltaic system in an isolated house.

A further more, the skills offered by the Master allow the student to perform complete calculations in any of the areas related to energy efficiency and optimization, enabling decision making for considerable energy savings, taking into account care natural resources and environmental sustainability.

Once studied and applied practical examples in different areas of the facility solving an entire building as a final project arises. In this building should apply all legal restrictions imposed by the rules, seeing the different solutions to be applied in each case and calculating the set of facilities that make up the building. Thanks to the 3D building modeling with BIM and interoperability with other software, you can see how these facilities interfere with each other and how to manage to optimize them in each case.

Once the Master finished the student will have knowledge and skills on all facilities belonging to the building, thanks to the theoretical development made in the notes, the analyzed case studies and the development of the final project.

SOLAR RADIATION AS A SOURCE OF ENERGY: SOLAR ENERGY

Solar geometric parameters

ELECTRICITY FROM SOLAR RADIATION

Function and composition of a photovoltaic installation
photovoltaic cells
photovoltaic module
photovoltaic field

CLASSIFICATION OF PV INSTALLATIONS

photovoltaic installations isolated from the mains
photovoltaic installations connected to the grid

CASE STUDY

  • Introduction
  • Project data
  • Preflight
  • Calculate the optimum orientation and tilt and distance modules being
  • Calculate the number of modules required
  • Connection configuration of the PV generator and inverter
  • Power and estimated energy production of the PV generator
  • Assessment of the economic return on investment
  • Calculation with REBT program CYPELEC

PROGRAMME CHARACTERISTICS

  • This programme is offered entirely in Spanish.
  • The lenght of the course are 12 months - 600 hours
  • The programme costs 4.300 €
  • Starting date is on October 26.

For further information visit the site

110429| Zigurat E-learning| International Master in Foundations and Containment Structures|

THE PROGRAMME

https://www.e-zigurat.com/master-cimentaciones/

The International Master in Foundations and Retaining Structures proposes, from a practical perspective and hand of reference professionals in the sector, how to deal with the design and calculation of foundations and containment of land from two tours: European and American.

NEW MODULE!

Earthquake resistant design of foundations and retaining structures

The new module allows the participant to understand not only the structural geotechnical aspect of the foundation but also consider the effect of the seismic action on the ground.

Why study the Master in Foundations?

  • The International Master in Foundations and Retaining Structures, will enable you to meet the design and calculation of foundations and containment of land from a practical methodology and the hand of the best professionals.
  • The program includes Spanish and American regulations.
  • You will learn working in 10 real projects.

VIDEODIÁLOGO GEOTECNIA AND FOUNDATIONS

The micropile is a technique that has universal application to be a versatile method to address a lot of problems. America has led the rehabilitation of structures and contracimentación technique approach.

PROGRAMME CHARACTERISTICS

  • This programme is offered entirely in Spanish.
  • The lenght of the course are 12 months - 600 hours
  • The programme costs 4.300 €
  • Starting dates are on October 5.

For further information visit the site

110428| Zigurat E-learning| International Master in Building Structures with Cype|

THE PROGRAMME

https://www.e-zigurat.com/master-estructuras-cype/

The International Master in Building Structures with CYPE takes a journey through the most common types of structural building through the CYPE software with which the participant will perform the analysis, calculation, optimization and assembly of real projects.

This Master is Diploma recognized by the Association of Structure Consultants (ACE), the Institute of Structural Studies (IEE) and CYPE software company.

INTERNATIONAL FOCUS

In order to internationalize the Master has developed the content in two parallel lines:

Spanish legislation: CTE, EHE-08 and SEA
American standards: ASCE-7, ACI-318 and AISC-360
Complementarily references to various Latin American policy into concrete actions baths as wind or earthquake have.

PRACTICAL CASES

Throughout the Master 5 real projects that will address the design, analysis and design of building structures through the software CYPE and from experts in the sector will be made.

CYPE

The Master is available to students the latest versions of CYPE software with license termporal

CYPECAD
3D CYPE
Generator gantries
structural elements
Generator construction prices
Spreadsheets

PROGRAMME CHARACTERISTICS

  • This programme is offered entirely in Spanish.
  • The lenght of the course are 12 months - 600 hours
  • The programme costs 4.300 €
  • Starting date is on November 16.

For further information visit the site

110427| Zigurat E-learning| Master in Building Structures: Rehabilitation and Pathology based on Real Interventions|

THE PROGRAMME

https://www.e-zigurat.com/master-rehabilitacion-estructuras/

The Master in Structure Rehabilitation Ziggurat provides the necessary knowledge to deal with the rehabilitation of structures in buildings through real case studies and hand 40 professionals in the sector.

The Master includes new module based on the rehabilitation of structures affected by the quake.

STUDY CASE

The demolition of several partitions in a building of Barcelona's expansion will force the strengthening of its metal beams. the problem of removing partitions that have entered study load, reinforcing alternatives will arise and the solution adopted in reality be described.

UPC OWN TITLE

Master accredited by the Polytechnic University of Catalonia (UPC) The Polytechnic University of Catalonia (UPC), is located in 35th World Cup and Spain 1, Structural Civil Engineering (Source: QS Top World University Rankings 2014).

CREATED BY ACE AND IEE

Students with a university degree who pass the evaluation and projects will obtain a diploma of ACE and IEE, and shall be admitted as aspiring professional partners for a year.

RESTAURANT PROJECT

The project deals with the horizontal structure of a building to reform which is formed by armed ceramic slabs and slabs of prestressed beams. The student must project the most appropriate intervention ..

VAPOR GRAN PROJECT

A building of early twentieth century requires a comprehensive intervention of its structure. The student will perform the study, analysis and comparison of results of different vaults, differentiated depending on the light and song.?

PLURIFAMILIAR BUILDING PROJECT

some vertical cracks appear in various building facades. We analyze the reasons of occurrence of cracks and will project the reinforcement of a floor joist to avoid eviction from neighbors.

RETICULAR PROJECT

Inferiorly learn to reinforce the reticular and see just how this change affects virtually all structural elements, including pillars.

PROGRAMME CHARACTERISTICS

  • This programme is offered entirely in Spanish.
  • The lenght of the course are 12 months - 600 hours
  • The programme costs 6.000 €
  • Starting date is on February.

For further information visit the site

110426| Zigurat E-learning| International Master of Metallic and Composite Structures in Buildings|

THE PROGRAMME

https://www.e-zigurat.com/master-estructuras-metalicas/

The International Master of steel and composite structures provides the necessary knowledge in the practice of design of metal structures through theoretical and practical training based on the achievement of 4 real projects.

Also, this training has two courses: European and American.

UPC OWN TITLE

Master accredited by the Polytechnic University of Catalonia (UPC)

The Polytechnic University of Catalonia (UPC), is located in 35th World Cup and Spain 1, Structural Civil Engineering (Source: QS Top World University Rankings 2014).

ACE E IEE ACCREDITATION

Students with a university degree who pass the evaluation and projects will obtain a diploma of ACE and IEE, and were admitted as partners aspiring professionals for a year.

INTERNATIONAL FOCUS

The contents of this Master have worked considering two routes:

  • American: earthquake resistant structures based on ASCE7, AISC360, AISC341 and prequalified joints according AISC358.
  • European: steel structures Eurocodes resolved, CTE and EAE.

PROGRAMME CHARACTERISTICS

  • This programme is offered entirely in Spanish.
  • The lenght of the course are 12 months - 600 hours
  • The programme costs 6.000 €
  • Starting date is on March 29.

For further information visit the site

110425| Zigurat E-learning| International Master in Design and Construction of Bridges|

THE PROGRAMME

https://www.e-zigurat.com/master-construccion-puentes/

The International Master in Design and Construction of Bridges has a theoretical-practical approach that students acquire the necessary skills to train as a designer of bridges at the level of superstructure and infrastructure, making use of existing American legislation supplemented by rules of seismic design from different countries in North and Latin America.

RULES OF MASTERS

The Master sets the articles of reference standards worldwide, in order to train students in conducting large-scale projects internationally:

AASHTO LRFD Bridge Design Specification
ASCE-7 of the American Society of Civil Engineers
ACI-318 of the American Concrete Institute
AISC-360 American Institute of Steel Construction
AISC-341 of the American Institute of Steel Construction
AWS American Welding Society (AWS)

USE OF SOFTWARE

Master in such software will be used as midas Civil MIDASoft, CYPE Bridge and Structural Design of Autodesk, supplemented with the use of spreadsheets in Excel and MathCad. The projects are aimed at making the process of analysis and design of the superstructure of bridges, making the design of restraining and works of underground drainage subjected to the action of vehicle loads with CYPE software, and finally issue guidelines and constructive recommendations.

PROGRAMME CHARACTERISTICS

  • This programme is offered entirely in Spanish.
  • The duration are 12 months - 600 hours
  • The programme costs 6.000 €
  • Starting date is on June.

For further information visit the site

110424| Zigurat E-learning| International Master BIM Manager (Edição em Português)|

BIM

https://www.e-zigurat.com/br/

The International BIM Manager enables the student to use BIM working systems through the advanced management of 4 different platforms: Revit, ArchiCAD, Allplan and AECOsim, providing the interoperability knowledge of the different programs used in each of the project phases.

IN THE CLOUDS

Our technical team has structured this course 100% in the environment "cloud" where students can work together and communicate projects from anywhere in the world.

HERITAGE BUILDING

Besides training in design, we teach students to create their own libraries, style book and BEP.

INTEROPERABILITY

More than believing in the evolution of IFC, the Master BIM Manager encourages students to think beyond. IFC can not prevent us from cooperating.

STRATEGIES FOR IMPLEMENTATION

We turned professional consultants with expertise in managing corporate strategy.

FACILITIES MANAGEMENT

The villain of AEC. There are few companies which have high-level knowledge and preparing for the post-work. The Real Estate market has taken this role and guarantees: those who know how to manage an asset, have jobs and for life.

COLLABORATIVE WORK

In Master BIM Manager, students relate and work collaboratively through a BIM server, which makes the flow of communication and exchange much faster and assertive information.

REHABILITATION OR RESTORATION

In countries such as Portugal, where there are many historic buildings, who know how to use BIM to a new operations in this sector, it will stand out internationally. The use of laser scanning, point cloud and drones, is also featured in our course and one of the future issues, which will be worth a lot of money.

INFORMATION, INFORMATION AND INFORMATION

The implementation module, has the power to translate our students to other countries, their customs, norms, expectations and applications. The problem of the standard is not developing it or translate it, it is to interpret it. The Master BIM Manager helps you get there.

PEOPLE MANAGEMENT

A little human in a course of exact. BIM Manager is not only a technician but also the leader and trainer of a high performance team.

MODELING ADVANCED

Unlike tools courses, we teach our students to project in BIM, through case studies and real projects.

PROGRAMME CHARACTERISTICS

  • This programme is offered entirely in Portuguese.
  • The length of the course are 18 months - 600 hours
  • The programme costs 6.000 €
  • Starting dates are on March 22.

For further information visit the site

 

110422| Multiple Locations| International Master BIM Manager|

BIM

https://www.e-zigurat.com/master-bim-manager/

The International BIM Manager enables the student to use BIM working systems through the advanced management of 4 different platforms: Revit, ArchiCAD, Allplan and AECOsim, providing the interoperability knowledge of the different programs used in each of the project phases.

IN THE CLOUDS

Our technical team has structured this course 100% in the environment "cloud" where students can work together and communicate projects from anywhere in the world.

HERITAGE BUILDING

Besides training in design, we teach students to create their own libraries, style book and BEP.

INTEROPERABILITY

More than believing in the evolution of IFC, the Master BIM Manager encourages students to think beyond. IFC can not prevent us from cooperating.

STRATEGIES FOR IMPLEMENTATION

We turned professional consultants with expertise in managing corporate strategy.

FACILITIES MANAGEMENT

The villain of AEC. There are few companies which have high-level knowledge and preparing for the post-work. The Real Estate market has taken this role and guarantees: those who know how to manage an asset, have jobs and for life.

COLLABORATIVE WORK

In Master BIM Manager, students relate and work collaboratively through a BIM server, which makes the flow of communication and exchange much faster and assertive information.

REHABILITATION OR RESTORATION

In countries such as Portugal, where there are many historic buildings, who know how to use BIM to a new operations in this sector, it will stand out internationally. The use of laser scanning, point cloud and drones, is also featured in our course and one of the future issues, which will be worth a lot of money.

INFORMATION, INFORMATION AND INFORMATION

The implementation module, has the power to translate our students to other countries, their customs, norms, expectations and applications. The problem of the standard is not developing it or translate it, it is to interpret it. The Master BIM Manager helps you get there.

PEOPLE MANAGEMENT

A little human in a course of exact. BIM Manager is not only a technician but also the leader and trainer of a high performance team.

MODELING ADVANCED

Unlike tools courses, we teach our students to project in BIM, through case studies and real projects.

PROGRAMME CHARACTERISTICS

  • This programme is offered entirely in Spanish.
  • The length of the course are 12 months - 600 hours
  • The programme costs 6.000 €
  • Starting dates are on October 26 and April 19.

For further information visit the site

 

110423| Multiple Locations| International Master BIM Manager|

BIM

https://www.e-zigurat.com/master-bim-manager/

The International BIM Manager enables the student to use BIM working systems through the advanced management of 4 different platforms: Revit, ArchiCAD, Allplan and AECOsim, providing the interoperability knowledge of the different programs used in each of the project phases.

IN THE CLOUDS

Our technical team has structured this course 100% in the environment "cloud" where students can work together and communicate projects from anywhere in the world.

HERITAGE BUILDING

Besides training in design, we teach students to create their own libraries, style book and BEP.

INTEROPERABILITY

More than believing in the evolution of IFC, the Master BIM Manager encourages students to think beyond. IFC can not prevent us from cooperating.

STRATEGIES FOR IMPLEMENTATION

We turned professional consultants with expertise in managing corporate strategy.

FACILITIES MANAGEMENT

The villain of AEC. There are few companies which have high-level knowledge and preparing for the post-work. The Real Estate market has taken this role and guarantees: those who know how to manage an asset, have jobs and for life.

COLLABORATIVE WORK

In Master BIM Manager, students relate and work collaboratively through a BIM server, which makes the flow of communication and exchange much faster and assertive information.

REHABILITATION OR RESTORATION

In countries such as Portugal, where there are many historic buildings, who know how to use BIM to a new operations in this sector, it will stand out internationally. The use of laser scanning, point cloud and drones, is also featured in our course and one of the future issues, which will be worth a lot of money.

INFORMATION, INFORMATION AND INFORMATION

The implementation module, has the power to translate our students to other countries, their customs, norms, expectations and applications. The problem of the standard is not developing it or translate it, it is to interpret it. The Master BIM Manager helps you get there.

PEOPLE MANAGEMENT

A little human in a course of exact. BIM Manager is not only a technician but also the leader and trainer of a high performance team.

MODELING ADVANCED

Unlike tools courses, we teach our students to project in BIM, through case studies and real projects.

PROGRAMME CHARACTERISTICS

  • This programme is offered entirely in Spanish.
  • The length of the course are 12 months - 600 hours
  • The programme costs 6.000 €
  • Starting dates are on October 26 and April 19.

For further information visit the site

 

110421| British Institute of International and Comparative Law| Twenty-seventh ITF Public Conference: Current Developments in Valuation & Quantum in Investor-State Arbitration|

Twenty-seventh ITF Public Conference: Current Developments in Valuation & Quantum in Investor-State Arbitration

 

Date: 27th October 2016

Time: 09:00 to 16:30 (Registration from 08:30)

Venue: Goodenough College, Mecklenburgh Square, London, WC1N 2AB

 

This conference addresses ongoing issues of practical importance regarding the applicable standards of compensation and methods of quantum calculation in investor-state arbitration. Leading experts from the fields of law and economics will look at some of the most important issues raised in arbitration, including the determination of the appropriate approach to quantum and key issues concerning discounted cash flow analysis. In addition, experts will address ongoing developments in investment treaty practice with respect to changing state attitudes towards compensation in investor-state arbitration and novel approaches to compensation and other remedies by investor-state arbitral tribunals.

Panels and Speakers

Panel 1: Determining the Appropriate Approach to Quantum

Chair: Colin Johnson, Grant Thornton

Speakers

  • Mark McNeill, Shearman & Sterling
  • Irmgard Marboe, University of Vienna
  • Stephen Fietta, Fietta

Panel 2: Specific Issues Concerning Discounted Cash Flow Analysis

Chair: Ermelinda Bequiraj, PWC

Speakers

  • James Nicholson, FTI
  • Thierry Senechal, ICC (tbc)
  • Noah Rubins, Freshfields

Panel 3: Emerging Issues in Treaty Practice and Arbitral Jurisprudence

Chair: Isabelle Michou, Herbert Smith Freehills

Speakers

  • Prabhash Ranjan, South Asian University
  • Michelle Bradford, Dentons
  • David Putszai, Gonville & Caius College, University of Cambridge


Download the event flyer
Join the conversation @BIICL #ITF27

CPD Accreditation

CPD hours have been applied for.

Pricing and Registration

BIICL Members:

  • Individual - £205
  • Full-time Academic - £145
  • Full-time Student - £65

Non-members:

  • Individual - £335
  • Full-time Academic - £235
  • Full-time Student - £105

N.B. The Academic rate also applies to staff of government and non-profit organisations.

 

110420| The National Association of Student Employment Services | Essential Employment Law (including Tier 4)|

The government announced changes to the Immigration Rules on 13th July 2015. Many of these affect Tier 4 of the points-based system, these changes are already having an impact on students. In this workshop, led by employment law specialists we will be discussing how these changes affect you, your organisation and your students. There will be a number of directed case studies to give practical examples of these issues.

 

In addition, the workshop will provide an overview of the key employment rights that apply to students in the workplace and will seek to answer some of the most commonly asked questions that our students ask, such as:

 

- Am I entitled to receive a contract of employment?

- What should I be paid?

- I think I am being discriminated against – what can I do?

- I have just been sacked – what can I do?

 

This workshop is a must for anyone who wishes to understand how employment law works and protects students in 2016.

110419| The National Association of Student Employment Services | Social Media Workshop|

What is it, how to take advantage and how to do it well? An overview outlining how social media can form an important part of your marketing and communications plan; practical tips, how to guides and case studies demonstrating how the use of social media can enhance, promote and increase business and brand awareness. The perspective change from how people view communication, and to feel comfortable with letting go some of the (imagined) control they have.

110349| University of Manchester| Economics of Genomics and Precision Medicine (CPD workshop)|

This three-day Economics of Genomics and Precision Medicine CPD workshop at The University of Manchester will help those involved in the provision, commissioning or evaluation of healthcare services to assess whether genomic technologies and precision medicine offer value for money.

Through this workshop, you will understand the role and application of model-based economic evaluations specifically in the context of evaluating examples of genomic technologies and precision medicine. 

You will take a blended approach to learning that combines face-to-face lectures with podcasts and interactive exercises. 

You can see more information on workshop content on our website.

Who the course is for and entry requirements

There are no specific entry criteria for this workshop. Our workshop assumes no prior knowledge of model-based economic evaluations.

Attendees may be working in industry, academia, Diagnostic Evidence Cooperatives, GeCIPs, or Molecular Pathology Nodes, and may include health service managers, clinicians, researchers, laboratory scientists and manufacturers.

Unique features

This workshop has been organised by the Manchester Centre for Health Economics at The University of Manchester.

The staff involved with the workshop are all health economists with expertise in the design and conduct of model-based economic evaluations with specific and applied experience in genomic and precision medicine.

Course duration, fees and how to book

Our workshop will run over three days between 6 and 8 February 2017 and will incorporate both face-to-face sessions at the University and online learning.

The fee for this workshop is £500 for attendees from the public sector and £750 for those working in the private sector. 

You can book a place by following the instructions on our website.

110345| LagoLearn Ltd| Rabbit Roundup Veterinary CPD|

Join us at the beautiful Easthampstead Park, Berkshire on 13th Oct 2016, for a full day of rabbit specific lectures and small group teaching from www.lagolearn.com

LagoLearn Ltd are providing targeted vet and nurse streams covering vital topics such as anaesthesia, surgery/medicine, husbandry and client education skills. This day will equip you with the skills to examine, treat and care for rabbits in general practice – allowing you to develop your rabbit caseload.

The day is suitable for vets, nurses and care assistants that want to improve or update their knowledge of the UK’s third most popular pet. The expert speakers for this event are Ivan Crotaz MRCVS and Jo Hinde RVN; both are experienced teachers in the UK and USA and lecture on a broad range of rabbit topics.

Subjects will be taught both together and in separate vet and nurse streams as appropriate. Subjects include:

  • Rabbit husbandry - how to prevent disease with ease!
  • Rabbit nursing care - both in the consult room and the hospital
  • General anaesthesia - sensible steps to safer anaesthesia
  • RVHD2 - The current situation
  • Dental surgery and management of dental disease
  • Techniques to help you assess and manage abscess cases
  • Practical techniques and use of monitoring equipment
  • How to create a rabbit friendly practice

Group sizes will be kept small to make sure that you get the most possible out of the day. A great lunch is included and lots of refreshment breaks to keep you going!

Pricing (ex VAT):

  • Veterinary Surgeon £210
  • Veterinary Nurses £105
  • Animal Support Staff £105
  • Veterinary students receive a 10% discount on the listed prices.
110343| Multiple Locations| Prévenir Pour Mieux Guérir|

Points de Formation Continue Certifiés : 3 ou 5 PFCC

ACCREDITATION DQV CERTIFIEE!

Formateur(s) : Pr Sébastien Assié - Pr Guy Hendrickx

Date(s) : 4/10/2016 ET/OU 5/10/2016

Lieux :

Le 4/10/2016 : Quartier Latin - rue des Brasseurs 2 - 6900 MARCHE-EN-FAMENNE

ET/OU

Le 5/10/2016 : La Ferme du Coq - Boulevard du Coq 44, 7100 SAINT-VAAST

Pays : Belgique

Type : Théorique

Langue de la formation : fr

Horaire : 16h15 - 19h45 & Walking Dinner/BBQ

Cible de la formation : Vétérinaires

Nombre de participants : min. 15 - max. 50

 

Programme:

  • 16h15 - 16h45 : Accueil

  • 16h45 - 17h00 : Discours

  • 17h00 - 18h00 : Épidémiologie des bronchopneumonies infectieuses des jeunes bovins : prédire et prévenir le risque d'apparition
    | Pr Sébastien Assié

  • 18h00 - 18h15 : Pause-café

  • 18h15 - 19h15 : L'épidémiologie spatiale en appui à la pratique vétérinaire rurale
    | Pr Guy Hendrickx

  • 19h15 - 19h45 : Panel de discussion
    | Pr Sébastien Assié | Pr Guy Hendrickx

  • 19h45 : Walking Dinner/BBQ


Inscription gratuite mais obligatoire via le site web www.brd.vet

Date limite : le 29 septembre 2016.

! Le nombre de places est limité.

 

110344| Multiple Locations| Prévenir Pour Mieux Guérir|

Points de Formation Continue Certifiés : 3 ou 5 PFCC

ACCREDITATION DQV CERTIFIEE!

Formateur(s) : Pr Sébastien Assié - Pr Guy Hendrickx

Date(s) : 4/10/2016 ET/OU 5/10/2016

Lieux :

Le 4/10/2016 : Quartier Latin - rue des Brasseurs 2 - 6900 MARCHE-EN-FAMENNE

ET/OU

Le 5/10/2016 : La Ferme du Coq - Boulevard du Coq 44, 7100 SAINT-VAAST

Pays : Belgique

Type : Théorique

Langue de la formation : fr

Horaire : 16h15 - 19h45 & Walking Dinner/BBQ

Cible de la formation : Vétérinaires

Nombre de participants : min. 15 - max. 50

 

Programme:

  • 16h15 - 16h45 : Accueil

  • 16h45 - 17h00 : Discours

  • 17h00 - 18h00 : Épidémiologie des bronchopneumonies infectieuses des jeunes bovins : prédire et prévenir le risque d'apparition
    | Pr Sébastien Assié

  • 18h00 - 18h15 : Pause-café

  • 18h15 - 19h15 : L'épidémiologie spatiale en appui à la pratique vétérinaire rurale
    | Pr Guy Hendrickx

  • 19h15 - 19h45 : Panel de discussion
    | Pr Sébastien Assié | Pr Guy Hendrickx

  • 19h45 : Walking Dinner/BBQ


Inscription gratuite mais obligatoire via le site web www.brd.vet

Date limite : le 29 septembre 2016.

! Le nombre de places est limité.

 

110339| Multiple Locations| Didactisch parcours dermatologie bij kleine huisdieren - Editie 3|

Aantal toegekende punten: min. 36 PFCC (Points de formation continue certifiés) of equivalent EBP

Opleiding onderworpen aan MDEON


Spreker(s): Sophie Vandenabeele -
Datum/data: 16 & 17/05/2017 - 10 & 11/06/2017
Locatie: Hof ter Musschen
Emmanuel Mounierlaan 2
1200 - Brussel
Land: België
Type opleiding: Theoretisch en praktisch
Taal/talen opleiding: nl
Adres :
Emmanuel Mounierlaan 2
1200 - Brussel
Duur: 4 dagen (cyclus van 2 weekends)
Uurrooster: ongeveer 9u00 - 17u45
Doelgroep: Dierenartsen
Aantal deelnemers: min. 7 - max. 16
Programma:

LESSENREEKS DERMATOLOGISCHE AANDOENINGEN BIJ HOND EN KAT

DAG 1

Inleiding tot de dermatologie
Diagnostische testen in de dermatologie
Bacteriële huidaandoeningen
Schimmelinfecties
Cases

DAG 2

Parasitaire huidaandoeningen
Allergische huidaandoeningen
Auto immune huidaandoeningen
Cases

DAG 3

Feliene huidaandoeningen
Otitis
Microscopie

DAG 4

Benadering van de jeukpatiënt
Benadering van de alopeciepatiënt
Cases
Microscopie


Prijs: € 1.395,00 Ex-BTW

110340| Multiple Locations| Didactisch parcours dermatologie bij kleine huisdieren - Editie 3|

Aantal toegekende punten: min. 36 PFCC (Points de formation continue certifiés) of equivalent EBP

Opleiding onderworpen aan MDEON


Spreker(s): Sophie Vandenabeele -
Datum/data: 16 & 17/05/2017 - 10 & 11/06/2017
Locatie: Hof ter Musschen
Emmanuel Mounierlaan 2
1200 - Brussel
Land: België
Type opleiding: Theoretisch en praktisch
Taal/talen opleiding: nl
Adres :
Emmanuel Mounierlaan 2
1200 - Brussel
Duur: 4 dagen (cyclus van 2 weekends)
Uurrooster: ongeveer 9u00 - 17u45
Doelgroep: Dierenartsen
Aantal deelnemers: min. 7 - max. 16
Programma:

LESSENREEKS DERMATOLOGISCHE AANDOENINGEN BIJ HOND EN KAT

DAG 1

Inleiding tot de dermatologie
Diagnostische testen in de dermatologie
Bacteriële huidaandoeningen
Schimmelinfecties
Cases

DAG 2

Parasitaire huidaandoeningen
Allergische huidaandoeningen
Auto immune huidaandoeningen
Cases

DAG 3

Feliene huidaandoeningen
Otitis
Microscopie

DAG 4

Benadering van de jeukpatiënt
Benadering van de alopeciepatiënt
Cases
Microscopie


Prijs: € 1.395,00 Ex-BTW

110341| Multiple Locations| Didactisch parcours dermatologie bij kleine huisdieren - Editie 3|

Aantal toegekende punten: min. 36 PFCC (Points de formation continue certifiés) of equivalent EBP

Opleiding onderworpen aan MDEON


Spreker(s): Sophie Vandenabeele -
Datum/data: 16 & 17/05/2017 - 10 & 11/06/2017
Locatie: Hof ter Musschen
Emmanuel Mounierlaan 2
1200 - Brussel
Land: België
Type opleiding: Theoretisch en praktisch
Taal/talen opleiding: nl
Adres :
Emmanuel Mounierlaan 2
1200 - Brussel
Duur: 4 dagen (cyclus van 2 weekends)
Uurrooster: ongeveer 9u00 - 17u45
Doelgroep: Dierenartsen
Aantal deelnemers: min. 7 - max. 16
Programma:

LESSENREEKS DERMATOLOGISCHE AANDOENINGEN BIJ HOND EN KAT

DAG 1

Inleiding tot de dermatologie
Diagnostische testen in de dermatologie
Bacteriële huidaandoeningen
Schimmelinfecties
Cases

DAG 2

Parasitaire huidaandoeningen
Allergische huidaandoeningen
Auto immune huidaandoeningen
Cases

DAG 3

Feliene huidaandoeningen
Otitis
Microscopie

DAG 4

Benadering van de jeukpatiënt
Benadering van de alopeciepatiënt
Cases
Microscopie


Prijs: € 1.395,00 Ex-BTW

110342| Multiple Locations| Didactisch parcours dermatologie bij kleine huisdieren - Editie 3|

Aantal toegekende punten: min. 36 PFCC (Points de formation continue certifiés) of equivalent EBP

Opleiding onderworpen aan MDEON


Spreker(s): Sophie Vandenabeele -
Datum/data: 16 & 17/05/2017 - 10 & 11/06/2017
Locatie: Hof ter Musschen
Emmanuel Mounierlaan 2
1200 - Brussel
Land: België
Type opleiding: Theoretisch en praktisch
Taal/talen opleiding: nl
Adres :
Emmanuel Mounierlaan 2
1200 - Brussel
Duur: 4 dagen (cyclus van 2 weekends)
Uurrooster: ongeveer 9u00 - 17u45
Doelgroep: Dierenartsen
Aantal deelnemers: min. 7 - max. 16
Programma:

LESSENREEKS DERMATOLOGISCHE AANDOENINGEN BIJ HOND EN KAT

DAG 1

Inleiding tot de dermatologie
Diagnostische testen in de dermatologie
Bacteriële huidaandoeningen
Schimmelinfecties
Cases

DAG 2

Parasitaire huidaandoeningen
Allergische huidaandoeningen
Auto immune huidaandoeningen
Cases

DAG 3

Feliene huidaandoeningen
Otitis
Microscopie

DAG 4

Benadering van de jeukpatiënt
Benadering van de alopeciepatiënt
Cases
Microscopie


Prijs: € 1.395,00 Ex-BTW

110337| University of Worcester| Success for All : support for Primary School SENCO|

This course will explore the benefits of early interventions - recognising potential learning difficulties in the Early Years and KS1; using assessment and screening tools to identify specific barriers to learning; observing those children who remain a mystery – what next? It will also look at effective intervention programmes.

This course will be delivered by the BARNABAS Teaching School Alliance. It will be led by Sue Green, SENCo and EYFS teacher, SLE (Level 7 diploma in Specific Learning Difficulties, PG Dip in Special and Inclusive Education).

 

 

110336| University of Worcester| Breaking out of Boxes: for school leaders|

This session will explore how ‘breaking out’ of primary assessment, curriculum and teaching style boxes can bring new freedoms for    teachers and their pupils which lead to improved outcomes for everyone.

This course will be delivered by the BARNABAS Teaching School Alliance. It will be led by Angela Daniel M.Ed. Headteacher of Kingsland CE Primary School (Ofsted ‘Outstanding’) and National Leader of Education.

 

 

 

 

 

110334| University of Worcester| Assessment for Learning: for teachers and school leaders|

How much  time can easily be wasted on data tracking systems! This session will focus on the assessment ideas and approaches that really make a difference to standards of teaching and learning.

This course will be delivered  by the BARNABAS Teaching School Alliance. It will be led by Beth Pritchard (English Leader/ SLE), Stewart  Debenham (Maths and Assessment Leader/ SLE) and Angela Daniel (Headteacher, NLE).

 

 

 

110333| University of Worcester| NQTs—How to achieve a work-life balance|

This workshop will be of interest to newly qualified teachers who want to continue to develop to be Outstanding teachers within a framework in which they remain passionate and outward-facing about the craft of teaching.

It will explore how to use time effectively considering a range of practical organisational strategies and will look at how to build        resilience in order to manage the pressures that teaching colleagues face.

The session will be positive and interactive and following a range of discussions and reflections will enable participants to leave with a range of practical ideas to take back with them to school.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

110332| University of Worcester| NQTs Working with Your Teaching Assistants|

This course is ideal for NQTs who wish to start to explore best practice  with regard to working with a teaching assistant. It will outline  strategies to promote the effective deployment and working relationships with your teaching assistant in order to secure best      outcomes for pupils. It will provide a forum to share experiences as well as providing opportunities to discuss best practice.

The session will enable NQTs to review and audit their current practice and suggest strategies to effectively and best support collaborative working.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

110331| University of Worcester| NQT – Effective communication with parents|

The interactive session will explore practical strategies that can be used in school to initiate positive parental links and will develop to consider the best ways to enhance communication and build longer term positive relationships.

This workshop will be of interest to newly qualified teachers who want to increase their understanding of how to build effective links with  parents.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

110330| University of Worcester| The role of middle leaders in supporting school improvement|

This workshop will be of interest to those school colleagues who are new to a middle leadership role. It will consider how best to work with the school team to have the greatest impact on standards of learning and teaching. The session will explore the key skills that an effective middle leader utilises on a day to day basis, in addition to considering a range of more practical suggestions and opportunities for both personal and school developments.  

Strategies covered:

  • What is the role of middle leadership?
  • What key skills do middle leaders need?
  • How can middle leadership impact upon whole school  development?

 

 

 

 

 

110329| University of Worcester| Classroom Mindfulness- a practical workshop for NQTs|

This course aims to introduce NQTs to the potential of incorporating mindfulness techniques into their daily classroom practice. It is suited to anyone interested in supporting the mental health and emotional well-being of their pupils, both within KS1 & KS2. We will discuss the benefits, for both children and staff, of incorporating planned periods of silence, or meditative contemplation, into the busy school day.

  • The session aims to provide practical ideas, for example, the use of pebbles in order to  encourage children to live in   the moment and connect to  nature. 
  • No previous knowledge is needed, just a willingness to appreciate how vital it is to   provide pupils with a safe, nurturing and relaxed atmosphere most conducive to learning.

 

 

 

 

 

110327| University of Worcester| Demystifying Modern Foreign Languages (Intermediate)|

This second course of MFL will further develop your confidence in delivering modern languages teaching in primary school. The focus will be on French, Spanish and German. All ideas are transferable to a much wider range of languages, including community and non-European languages.

This will be a fun and interactive session, with practical activities to take back to your classroom. This course will have a focus on using languages in a cross-curricular setting and will encourage you to review your setting to promote such good practice. 

 

 

 

 

 

110323| University of Oxford| Mixing it up: Understanding and using mixed methods research in social sciences|

Overview

An online course for researchers which critically discusses mixed methods approaches to social science analysis.

While including a strong conceptual and theoretical component, the course aims to be very practical. It analyses the key advantages and challenges of mixed methods research by critically discussing a series of examples of mixed methods research "in action" at different social science departments at the University of Oxford.

Throughout the course, participants will be encouraged to share, explain and discuss the methodological challenges of their own research. The final online workshop will provide an opportunity to present and discuss emerging research proposals with the course tutor and other participants. The course is primarily (but not exclusively) targeted at researchers who are developing their research plans.

Programme details

The course will run over eight weeks. Participants can expect to engage with and contribute to the course for around 15 hours per week. Additional time to prepare for wider reading and assignment preparation is also required. The list of units is as follows:

Week 1: Online induction
Week 2: Varieties of mixed methods research: a critical introduction
Week 3: The first question: Why (not) mixed methods?
Week 4: A simple plan: how to design a mixed methods research project?
Week 5: Mixing it up? Analysis, interpretation and write-up
Week 6: Dissemination and 'impact': who cares about mixed methods research?
Week 7: Study week
Week 8: Synchronous online tutorial to present student’s research proposals

Certification

Accredited study

The University of Oxford Department for Continuing Education offers Credit Accumulation and Transfer Scheme (CATS) points for this course. Participants contributing to all the forums and successfully completing the assessment (see below) will obtain 20 CATS-equivalent points (FHEQ level 7) which may count towards a Master’s level qualification.

Fees

Early-bird rate (applications must be received by 31 August): £750.00
Standard course fee: £945.00
Student rate: £450.00

Tutors

Dr Martin Ruhs - Director

Martin Ruhs is Associate Professor of Political Economy at Oxford University, where he is also Director of Studies in Economics at the Department for Continuing Education and Research Associate at the: Centre on Migration, Policy and Society; Department of Social Policy and Intervention; Department of Economics; and Blavatnik School of Government. Martin’s research focuses on the economics and politics of international labour migration, with a strong international comparative dimension. Recent books include The Price of Rights. Regulating International Labour Migration (Princeton University Press 2013; Winner of the 2014 Best Book Award, Migration and Citizenship Section, American Political Science Association) and Who Needs Migrant Workers? Labour Shortages, Immigration and Public Policy (Oxford University Press 2010, co-edited with B. Anderson). He is currently working on a research monograph on multinational corporations, migrant labour and the nation state (under contract with Princeton University Press).

Martin is Director of Studies in Political Economy at the Department for Continuing Education. He teaches a graduate course for the Masters of Public Policy (MPP) at the Blavatnik School of Government (BSG) and an undergraduate course for the Duke in Oxford Summer School. Martin authored two online courses on "International Labour Migration: Economics, Politics and Ethics"  and "Mixing It Up: Understanding and Using Mixed Methods in the Social Sciences".

Ariel Lindorff - Tutor

Ariel conducts research in education, and is based in the Oxford University Department of Education. She has previously taught both quantitative and mixed research methods courses.

Her primary research interests include educational effectiveness and improvement, educational leadership, classroom practice, networking and collaboration, and equity issues in education.

She has recently worked on mixed methods research projects including a study of school networks in New York City, a study of inspiring teaching in English schools, and an evaluation of a Singapore Maths set of materials and pedagogical approach in English primary schools.

Dr Daria Luchinskaya - Tutor

Dr Daria Luchinskaya is a researcher at the Institute for Employment Research at the University ofWarwick and a lecturer in Economics at St Anne's College, University of Oxford.

She has a long-running interest in public policy, particularly regarding education and skills. Her current research focuses on graduate employment and skill use at work in small firms in the UK.

She is also working on policy-relevant research on a variety of labour market issues, such as fragile employment, access to elite occupations, and innovation and job quality.

Daria is a proponent of mixed methods research (quantitative and qualitative), which she used extensively in her PhD on graduate employment in small firms in the UK (University of Warwick) and in her Masters research on the policy reforms in Russian higher education (University of Oxford).

Course aims

The course will enable researchers to:

  • understand the meaning, key features and varieties of mixed methods research
  • appreciate the types of research questions that can (not) be addressed using a mixed methods approach
  • understand and think critically about the potential and limitations of mixed methods research
  • appreciate the key challenges of mixed methods research and discuss different ways of addressing these challenges in practice
  • consider whether mixed methods research is a suitable methodological approach for their research projects
  • critically assess existing social science research and publications that use mixed methods
  • discuss their own research proposals with the course tutor and other researchers

 Assessment methods

All participants will be expected to complete two pieces of written work (2,000 words each) and present their research plans.

Participants who have completed all the course activities and assignments will receive a Certificate of Participation at the end of the course. Those who complete all assessment requirements successfully will receive a transcript from the University of Oxford.

Application

Application deadline: two weeks before the commencement of the course.

We strongly recommend that you download and save files before completing to ensure that all your changes are saved.

This course requires you to complete the application form below.

Please ensure you read the guidance notes before completing the application form, as any errors resulting from failure to do so may delay your application.

Level and demands

At least some prior knowledge about qualitative and/or quantitative research methods is required.

Whilst it will be useful to researchers at any stage of their projects, the course is primarily aimed at people who are at the beginning of their research project.

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