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AA East Anglia Branch Seminar & AGM (Only £6)

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Hi Folks,

 

Just wanted to let you all know about our fantastic line up for Arborists in East Anglia at just £6, featuring an evening of informative lectures including top speakers David Evans (VALID Tree Risk Assessment System) and Jim Mullholland (Bats and Arboriculture). Followed by the first East Anglia AGM in some time where we hope to install a new committee.

 

BOOK YOUR PLACE HERE: https://www.trees.org.uk/Training-And-Events/Course-Detail?id=DF4E25D5-E3C1-49D3-BDDD-47E1E3C53DD7

 

VALID with David Evans

The first speaker David Evans will discuss the VALID system. The world of tree risk assessment and management tends to fall into one of two camps. A ‘quantitative’ path pioneered by Quantified Tree Risk Assessment (QTRA). And a ‘qualitative’ route which the International Society of Arboriculture has gone down with Tree Risk Assessment Qualification (TRAQ).

David’s presentation will explore and deliver a third way, that is VALID. VALID marries the benefits of both quantitative numbers and qualitative words in an easy to use and understand tree risk-benefit assessment App.

 

 

Bats and Arboriculture

Jim Mullholland will be giving his highly popular talk on Bat Surveying and explaining what we can do better.

 

 

New East Anglia Branch Committee
– Volunteers needed

The objectives of East Anglia Branch are to engage with the public, tree owners and professionals to further the aims of the Arboricultural Association. We aim to provide quality training events throughout East Anglia, to raise the profile of arboriculture in East Anglia and promote a better understanding of the environment in East Anglia.

We will have representatives from the South East branch on hand to give some advice to perspective committee members.

The South East Branch will round the talks off with a short presentation on how to increase branch engagement and answer any questions from people thinking about joining the new East Anglia Committee.

The Annual General meeting will take place after the talks and a new Chair, Vice Chair, Treasurer and Committee will hopefully be elected. If you would like to make an impact in your local branch this is your opportunity to get involved.

 

 

GET INVOLVED

If you’re interested in being part of the committee and helping to get things started please email emma@trees.org.uk

 

Can’t Attend?

Don’t worry, you can still volunteer to put your name forward for the branch committee – just let us know!

 

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