ABRSM and Dulwich Hamlet Junior School are delighted to be hosting a free twilight event in Dulwich, South London.
Join ABRSM’s Regional Development Executive James Welburn and examiner Luis Pares for a chance to network with local teachers and to hear some updates from ABRSM.
You’ll be able to try our range of digital resources, hear about recent developments at ABRSM, ask James and Luis any questions you have and network with other teachers over refreshments. We hope to see you then!
How we use your information
Please read ABRSM's terms and conditions before booking this event by visiting:https://gb.abrsm.org/en/courses-and-events/terms-and-conditions.Many thanks to Dulwich Hamlet Junior School for hosting this event.
RIBA Advanced Conservation Course
The RIBA Advanced Conservation Course is an important step in developing your specialism in conservation. The course’s emphasis is conservation in practice, presenting fresh and diverse projects and case studies that showcase the work of small and emerging, as well as larger well established practices to demonstrate the full range of core skills needed by conservation architects, including the growing importance of the conservation of C20th buildings.
Course content and structure
Day 1 Conservation procedures
Fee bid: group exercise and discussion
Specifying repair techniques
Retrofit and thermal upgrade
The science of conservation
Specification: group exercise and discussion
Day 2 Structure, construction and services
Intangible significance discussion
Material conservation case studies
Conservation of C20th buildings
Janie Price, Kennedy O’Callaghan ArchitectsJanie has a diploma in conservation from the AA and is accredited as SCA and AABC. Her work includes conservation architect for Bletchley Park and the Antarctic Heritage Trust.
She is experienced in a wide variety of conservation work at all work stages, from medieval farmhouses to palaces and design guidance in conservation areas. She was co-speaker on the RIBA Conservation Course in 2017 and is an assessor for the conservation register for the RIBA and CARE.
Days 1 and 2 will be delivered by Janie, with a co-speaker and guest speakers where indicated. Speakers may vary from course to course to suit availability and location, however, the course content will remain consistent. Andrew Shepherd, from Andrew Shepherd will be delivering some content during this course.
Ian and Michael Crick-Smith, Paint Conservation
Peter Banister, Hutton and Rostron, Damp and building pathology
Linda Salamoun and Dan Mackenzie, Steensen Varming, Services and environment in historic buildings
Scott Sigal and Inigo Menchacatorre, St Astier and Tony Barker, Telling Lime, Properties, use and specification of lime
Robert Greer, PAYE, Stone, brick terra cotta and concrete conservation
Kit Webb, Historian, Significance assessments and heritage reports
Elyse Howell-Price, GRP Conservation at Hermann Miller
Anna Joynt, Allies and Morrison, Thermal upgrade and gate conservation
George Ballard, GBS, Advanced surveying techniques
John Izod, Plasterer
Core Curriculum Topics
1. Building, conservation and heritage2. Legal, regulatory and statutory compliance3. Procurement and contracts4. Architecture for social purpose
Terms and Conditions
Cancellations are acceptable in writing up to 20 working days of the event, please contact [email protected] for cancellation requests.
Substitutes are permitted at any time, please contact [email protected] for substitution requests.
The RIBA accepts no responsibility for the views or opinions expressed by speakers or any other person at the event
A photographer will cover this event and the images may be used to publicise future RIBA events.
By accepting an invitation or purchasing a ticket you consent to being photographed, filmed or recorded as a visitor attending the event.
If the RIBA has to postpone or cancel the event the booker is entitled to a full refund of the ticket price only.
On entry to the event you agree to accept and abide by any venue rules.
The RIBA reserves the right to refuse admission to any ticket holder.
Creating systemic, sustainable solutions to intractable problems like GB transitioning to Clean Energy requires cross-sector collaboration in the public, private, academic and third sectors.
It also requires the creation, sharing and use of geospatial data combined with other data, often in near real-time, to support cross sector decision making that improves efficiencies, reduces cost and benefits consumers. Application Programming Interfaces (API’s) enable data to be readily accessed and combined with other required data sources to support those decisions.
Join members from Ordnance Survey's technical team and Geovation (more info below) for a two-part event that focuses on Clean Energy. (You can join us for Part 1; Part 2, or both!)
Technical Workshop – OS API’s; OS data and Clean Energy
From 4pm, we’ll be hosting a 2-hour technical workshop focusing on an “Introduction to API’s”. The sessions will teach you how to access and use API’s, including the OS Maps and OS Places API, along with other data sources, to provide analysis and insight into the "Clean Energy" opportunity.
Who is the workshop for, and what will you learn?
Whilst this is a technical workshop, the materials have been designed to be self-led i.e. we provide a step-by-step guide, to help you complete the exercise. This means we can cater for many levels of competency. There will be additional ‘stretch’ exercises for those that complete the self-led exercises quickly, and help on hand from OS’s technical team for those that need support!
The workshop will teach you how to access and use OS Maps and OS Places API’s, before we use additional geospatial datasets (OS MasterMap Topography, height and Imagery data) within an open source software application, to perform some analysis around "Clean Energy".
We’ll provide the venue, WiFi and drinks – but you’ll need to bring your own (fully charged) device to participate in the session.
Meetup: Clean EnergyTech Accelerator
Directly after the workshop, from 6:30pm, Geovation (Ordnance Survey’s open innovation network, accelerator and awarding winning Hub) will be hosting a 2-hour Clean EnergyTech Meetup where we’ll have presentations from Public, Private and 3rd Sector organisations – followed by discussion and networking, around the Clean Energy theme.
Food and Drinks to be provided.
4pm – 4:30pm: Presentations, setting the scene etc
4:30pm – 6pm: Self-led tutorial
6:30pm – 7pm: Registration and networking
7pm – 8pm: x 5 lightning talks on Clean Energy
8pm – 8:30pm: Networking & Close
More on Geovation and Clean EnergyTech:
As an initiative of Ordnance Survey now in its tenth year of existence, Geovation is backed by years of industry experience and a network that reaches far and wide. Geovation runs Accelerator programmes to help location-data (GeoTech) and PropTech start-ups launch and grow. A multi-disciplinary team of 15, support start-ups and a growing community of more than 1,500 entrepreneurs and innovators at a dedicated innovation Hub in Clerkenwell, London; through partnerships with complimentary innovation Hubs in Birmingham, Bristol, Cardiff and Manchester; and most recently, Edinburgh.
Geovation is now developing a Clean EnergyTech Accelerator, working together with Pineapple Partnerships (a B Corp specialising in capturing energy market place insights) to identify suitable, cross-sector collaborators in the public, private, academic and third sectors, who can support the process with time, money and resources for mutually beneficial outcomes.
The Accelerator is underpinned by Geovation and Pineapple’s focus on purposeful business ensuring that all innovation has a positive impact on the social and environmental benefits below and can be measured as a net positive contribution to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals:
the ability for organisations to have access to decent work and economic growth potential;
access to affordable, clean and reliable energy;
positive advancement of industry, innovation and infrastructure;
helping to create sustainable cities and communities;
helping to address climate change.
The Accelerator will prioritise geospatial innovation that supports the changes in flexibility and demand side sustainable energy management required for a whole systems approach, around the following themes:
Accelerating energy transition and decarbonisation in line with the National Infrastructure Plan, Clean Growth strategy and Climate Change Act.
Joining up and decentralising the system from generation, transmission and distribution whilst maximising consumer benefit and wellbeing.
Opening up the system between electricity, heat and transport sectors.
Enabling digitalisation with real-time and smart data solutions to support the flexibility required in developing smart grids, buildings and transport.
Enabling efficient local area energy planning as a solution for deregulation, through coordinating building regulations and standards, energy network and spatial planning.
We aim to launch the Geovation Clean EnergyTech Accelerator in Autumn, 2019.
More on OS:
Ordnance Survey (OS) is the national mapping agency for Great Britain, and a world-leading geospatial data and technology organisation. As a trusted partner to government, business and citizens across Britain and the world, OS expertise and data helps customers in energy, utilities, property, retail and finance deliver efficient services. Our accurate location data is used for smarter solutions to the world’s most complex problems including resource management, urbanisation and population growth. By being at the forefront of geospatial capability for more than 228 years, we’ve built a reputation as the world’s most inspiring and trusted geospatial partner.
This hands-on training course will take you through everything you need to get started in using Snap + Core First…from setup to implementation. We will cover all the bases!
Our team of experienced AAC professionals will guide you to setup and customize Snap + Core First for individuals you support.
What is included?
A full copy of Snap + Core First
Extended trials of Boardmaker Online
A certificate of attendance
Exclusive discounts, offers, and prizes
What will I learn?
Technical skills needed to setup, edit, and customize Snap + Core First
Implementation skills needed to support engagement and literacy development
Communication partner skills which facilitate growth
Fully utilize the free resources in Pathways for Core First to address a wide-range of needs and engage others in the process
Who are these days for?
Any communication partner:
Interested in learning practical use of Snap + Core First in their environment
Whether you have attended a previous Tobii Dynavox event or not
Parents and professionals are welcome! No need to have attended a previous Core Tour event. We are all in this together!
What I will need on the day?
Fully charged device (laptop, tablet, iPad, Tobii Dynavox device) and charger
Snap + Core First (trial or full version) and Pathways for Core First installed
You will need to have registered for a free MyTobiiDynavox account. If you don’t already have one go to wwww.mytobiidynavox.com to sign up.
I went on the last Core Tour. Is this the same?
No! We promise you will learn lots of new things. Especially how to take all the evidence-based practice we spoke about last time and put it into practice … but don’t worry if you haven’t been before. There will be a recap.
I don’t have Snap + Core First or Pathways. Where do I get them?
Request a 30 day speaking trial of Snap + Core First for Windows or iPads here: https://www.mytobiidynavox.com/Store/SnapCoreFirstTrial
Get a free copy of Pathways for Windows or iPads here: https://www.tobiidynavox.com/en-GB/software/free-resources/pathways-for-core-first/
Will my laptop, tablet, iPad, Tobii Dynavox device run Snap + Core First and Pathways?
Snap + Core First Windows requirements: Windows 10 version 14393.0 or higher
Snap + Core First iOS requirements: iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPad
Pathways Windows requirements: Windows 10 version 10586.0 or higher
Pathways iOS requirements: Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPad
I haven’t got a device, can I borrow one?
Please email [email protected] to reserve a device (first come first served).
What is a MyTobiiDynavox account and why do I need one?
MyTobiiDynavox accounts are used to manage Tobii Dynavox software and hardware licence. This will the mechanism for us to issue free software via the Tobii Dynavox for Professional scheme. Please make note of the email address you used to sign up for your MyTobiiDynavox account as this will be asked of you on the day.
Where can I install the free Snap + Core First software I will be given?
The free Snap + Core First license you will receive is via our Tobii Dynavox for Professionals scheme. You can install this license on any laptop, tablet, iPad, Tobii Dynavox device for the use of trialling and assessment. It should not be installed on an end user’s communication aid.
Can my PA come along?
Yes, please contact [email protected] to discuss your needs.
Do I have to have experience with Tobii Dynavox products?
No! Everyone is welcome.
Can I pay by invoice rather than credit card?
We would prefer if you could pay via Eventbrite but we know this isn’t possible for everyone. Please contact [email protected] who can help with payment.
What people say about our training.
“Thoroughly enjoyed today's session. A great introduction I can't wait to get started!”
“Very informative. As a newbie to AAC I am finding the world of AAC very daunting. You explained everything really simply and understandable.”
“Excellent can’t wait to bring it to our school!!! Think we have found a wonderful learning tool!”
“Very useful - practical, informative and has given me the confidence and drive to explore Snap + Core First, Core First Learning & Pathways tomorrow!”
“Really interesting day, it's high time resources to support the implementation of AAC were accessible, so thank you for such a good day.”
“Really useful learning day. Great to see how Snap + Core First can be used from emergent communicator level right through the independent”
“Wow! What an amazing day! I don’t think anything could have been better!”
“I’m absolutely blown away! So exciting and wish I’d known about all of this sooner!”
PARTNERS IN HARVEST EUROPEAN RIVER CONFERENCE
Monday 7th - Thursday 10th October 2019.
Europe shall be saved! You are invited with leaders, ministries and churches from around Europe to meet in London UK for impartation, equipping and teaching as we partner together with the Holy Spirit for revival and harvest across Europe.
There is a river whose streams make glad the city of God, the holy place where the Most High dwells. Psalm 46:4
The conference's first main session begins at 19.00 on Monday 7th October and delegates may register from 16:00.
Full Schedule is as follows:
Monday 7th Oct - registration opens 16:00, Session 1: 19:00-21:30
Tuesday 8th Oct - Coffee & Connect 9:30, Sessions at 10:00-12:30, 14:30-15:30, 16:00-17:00, 19:00-21:30
Wednesday 9th Oct - Coffee & Connect 9:30, Sessions at 10:00-12:30, 14:30-15:30, 16:00-17:00, 19:00-21:30
Thursday 10th Oct - Coffee & Connect 9:30, final Session 10:00-12:30
John & Carol Arnott - Founding Leader of Partners in Harvest and Catch the Fire Toronto. John continues to bring remarkable insight, wisdom and anointing to the worldwide revival and outpouring.
Scott & Stephanie Jones - USA - New Day Church and Ministries
Duncan & Kate Smith - USA - Catch the Fire World
Rick Oldland - European Team leader of Partners in Harvest family of churches.
Lori Arnott Lawlor - A prophetic voice to our movement and anointed missional leader who flows with the Holy Spirit.
Dan Slade - International Leader of Partners in Harvest
Connection time with other leaders
Prayer ministry & soaking times
Resources Area & free Tea/Coffee Bar for delegates
Excellent public transport - 5 mins from Colliers Wood Tube (Northern Line)
Cancellation Policy - Please note that tickets are non-refundable.
**Details subject to change without notice
HOTEL & TRAVEL INFORMATION
The conference venue is located 5 minutes' walk from Collier's Wood Underground station, and is Oasis Church, 1-27 Fortescue Road, Colliers Wood, London, SW19 2EA. Due to parking limitations at the venue, we recommend travelling by public transport, or leaving your car at your hotel.
The city of London is served by three major airports: Heathrow (recommended), Stansted and Gatwick. All have train access to central London and then onwards to the London Underground (Northern Line) which brings you to Collier's Wood Tube Station. This is within a few minutes' walk of our two main hotels and the venue. If you are travelling by taxi to the venue, Heathrow is the closest.
Hotels in order of proximity to Oasis Church:
1) Premier Inn, 27 Chapter Way, London SW19 2RF. Distance 0.2 mile, 4 minutes' walk. Book online direct for best rates. Pay and display parking available at £6 per day, on first-come, first-served basis.
2) Holiday Inn Express 200 High Street Colliers Wood, London SW19 2BH. Distance 0.3 miles, 5-6 minutes' walk. Collier's Wood Underground station 1 minute. Book online direct for best rates. Parking available at £20 per day, on a first come, first served basis, payable upon check-in.
3) Pelican London Hotel & Residence, 203 Blackshaw Road, London SW17 OBZ. Newly refurbished hotel on the fringes of St George's Hospital site. Distance 1 mile, 20 minutes' walk. No parking. Bus link from High Street to Collier's Wood. Restaurant serves breakfast only. Book online.
4) Antoinette Hotel, The Broadway, Wimbledon, London SW19 1SD. Distance 1.1 miles, 22 minutes' walk, direct bus link to Collier's Wood. Convenient for shops and restaurants of central Wimbledon. Free car parking available on a first come, first served basis. Book online.
A one-woman show exploring the life of Charlotte Payne-Townshend.
Charlotte was an Irish heiress as well as a suffrage supporter, philanthropist and Fabian. She met and married the famous playwright George Bernard Shaw when they were both in their early forties and the marriage lasted until her death.
This hour-long show explores her life through her diary entries and letters as well as those of GB Shaw, Beatrice Webb, T.E. Lawrence and Mrs Patrick Campbell.
This most unconventional of Irish love stories is underscored by Celtic harp and lasts just under an hour
About the performers:
ALEXIS LEIGHTON (Actress) trained at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland (formerly RSAMD), where she played among others, the title role in St Joanby George Bernard Shaw.
She has appeared at The Citizens Theatre (She Stoops to Conquer, Little Red Riding Hood, Piaff); The Traverse (Burke and Hare), The Tron Theatre (Wallace, Troy) as well playing Elizabeth in Good for The Tron Theatre Company at The Kings Theatre, Edinburgh for the Edinburgh International Festival.
Alexis played Elsie in Elsie and Norm’s Macbeth for Northampton Theatre Royal and performed her one-woman show Miss Margarida’s Way in theatres in Edinburgh, Glasgow and London. Alexis played Lilly in Lilly and May at The Drill Hall and at The Kings Head, London. Alexis played the lead role Harriet in Key for Two performed at The English Speaking Theatre in Vienna.She played Mrs Banger in Press Cuttings by GBS for Michael Friend Productions at Pentameters in Hampstead. TV and film work include Taggart and Diagnosis for BBC Film
HELEN TIERNEY (Musician) works in music education and community music with a special focus on dementia.An author of music resources for Rhinegold Education, she is also a co-founder of the arts engagement programme Music, Memories and Me and leads Ashford Place Community Choir She has sung with the BBC Symphony chorus in over 22 Proms seasons, and has also performed at Glastonbury, the Royal Variety Performance and the Edinburgh Festival.
Join us for the UK Image and Style Professionals’ FIPI Voices Conference 2019 – “The Changing Face of Fashion – Challenges and Opportunities for Image Professionals”
Following the success of the 2018 conference we are incredibly excited to host this year’s event and we invite you to join us in London on Saturday 21st September to learn from a range of exciting speakers on the subject of "The Changing Face of Fashion".
What to expect:
Learn, understand and appreciate how and why fashion purchasing behaviour and retail marketing/sales techniques are changing rapidly due to shifting consumer values and technological advances, and how this will impact where and how image professionals can adapt and thrive in future
Work together to untangle some of the challenges that Image and Style professionals face
Network and share your experiences with industry leaders, successful entrepreneurs from the UK & internationally, and see a select group of hand-picked exhibitors showcasing their businesses
The conference is designed for Image Consultants, Personal Fashion Stylists, Personal Shoppers, Wardrobe Consultants, Corporate Image Trainers, Professionals in Image & Style Coaching, Editorial Stylists, Make-Up Artists, Fashion Feng Shui Experts, Etiquette Experts and anyone interested in the Image and Style/Fashion Industry.
Use #fipigroupvoices19 to share your event experience!
Tickets include lunch, refreshments, access to all speakers and a goody bag to take away.
Members and non-members welcome.
FIPI Members: Earlybird (book by Sunday 30th June) £90; after Sunday 30th June £105
Non-Members: Earlybird (book by Sunday 30th June) £135; after Sunday 30th June £150
London Fashion Week Festival
FIPI will also be visiting London Fashion Week Festival on Friday 20th September. Please see the details at the very bottom of the page for further details.
Our Amazing Speakers That You Can't Afford To Miss!
Keynote speaker: Professor Carolyn Mair PhD, Fashion Psychologist - “The Future of Fashion: changes and challenges”
The fashion industry is an important global economy. It touches everyone; as global employer of millions and as designer, producer and retailer of the clothes everyone wears. The fashion industry is becoming increasingly aware of the value of understanding the behaviour of its employees, customers and additional stakeholders. In addition, the industry is under increasing pressure to meet its social responsibilities. There has never been a more important time to bring these two disciplines together. While psychologists can contribute to solving many of the fashion industry’s pressing problems, in this talk, Professor Mair will discuss the relationship between what we wear and our well-being.
Tara Button, Founder & CEO of BuyMeOnce - “A Life Less Throwaway”
Tara Button describes herself as someone who was an impulse shopper drowning in clutter and fast fashion. In 2013 Tara went from depressed spendthrift to fulfilled and calm entrepreneur using a technique she calls ‘mindful curation’ and now lives a “life less throwaway’. She will be talking to us about how this can save money, sanity and the planet, and how empowering people to find their own style can help.
Polly Holman, Lecturer, London College of Fashion - “Are Algorithms, Ai and Avatars the Future of Styling?”
30 years ago Image Consultants and Fashion Magazines were the prime sources for people wanting style advice. Since then the global spread of the Internet and the rise of Social Media has given us new style advisors; the blogger, vlogger and influencer. Today an even more powerful new source is entering the styling market. The session will look at how Algorithms, AI and Avatars are being integrated by retail in order to supply styling solutions to their customers. It will also look at the way AI is being used by the founders of new internet platforms to provide services from UHNW clients to teenagers on a budget. The session will conclude with the opportunities new technology has for members.
Azrene Ahmad, Director and Master Trainer of Imago, Malaysia - “The Rise of Modest Dressing”
With the fast evolution of the fashion industry comes a whole new niche, that of modest dressing. This session will explore the driving force behind the evolution since it is not only the religious who are gravitating towards the need but also people from all walks of life, faiths, cultures and paths. Find out what this means for image consultants and how they can make the relevant changes to include addressing this need in their current fashion and style services, especially in the area of the hijab which is an opportunity that is infrequently tapped into.
Eva May Pearson, Healing Image HI - “How Image Professionals can help survivors of abuse”
Eva May Pearson is a 53 year old wife and mother and founder of “Healing Image Hi”. A survivor of historic abuse from an early age, Eva May tells her story of how working with Image Professionals has impacted so positively on her life, following a complete break-down in the aftermath of a Police investigation left her unable to touch her skin, look at herself or leave her home for 4 years. Through Healing Image HI, Eva May provides an open and honest account through her journey as she sought help with her image. The negative and positive impacts on her life today; five years on. After thirty years of therapy, Eva May discusses why and how her image had become so important to her. Through Healing Image Hi, as Founder, Eva May would like to raise awareness within the industry that they can help people living with trauma and mental health issues and is interested in developing a directory of accessible resources. This is Eva May’s first speech since developing her website “Healing Image HI” and she is looking forward to the sharing of questions and ideas.
Plus our carefully curated conference sponsors and exhibitors, currently including Brasense and Colours by Ell.
Terms and conditions:
1) Please remember to email [email protected] for any special dietary requirements (you will also be required to specify at point of purchasing your ticket).
2) FIPI may use photos and videos taken at its events for a variety of purposes including, but not limited to, publication on the FIPI website. By attending the event you hereby consent to the use of this material as stated.
Tickets are transferable but not refundable.
London Fashion Week Festival - Friday 20th September
FIPI intend to visit London Fashion Week Festival on Friday 20th September. The event has not yet launched so tickets are not yet available. Please indicate on booking if you do intend to join us and we will update you on timings and location for the meetup.
For delegates needing overnight accommodation in London, please note:-
• The closest hotels to the NCVO conference centre are the Premier Inn on York Way - https://www.premierinn.com/gb/en/hotels/england/greater-london/london/london-kings-cross.htmlor hub by Premier Inn in Wharfdale Road (more compact, budget rooms than Premier Inn whilst remaining modern & stylish) - https://www.premierinn.com/gb/en/hotels/england/greater-london/london/hub-london-kings-cross.html• Other hotels in the area can be found by searching “hotels near N1 9RL”.
A Rebel Cat special gig of "NotPunk" but a great showcase for other amazing music:We really happy to welcome the return of PHATTFOXX, a band who smashed it at the final 2018 Rebel Cat gig (if you haven't seen them this is a must). They will be supported by Boom Boom Racoon a ska punk band from Bristol and Mental Wealth a punk trio. We are also happy to announce MuGen a up and coming indie band from Leeds. Completing the bill are LegPuppy a Trip Hop Electro Punk band originally from Wales now based in London.PHATTFOXX - Drum and Bass, Reggae, Jungle, Dub MASH-UP! from Derby:https://open.spotify.com/artist/5xMk7APfSeD3mq8M1bdX2yBoom Boom Racoon are a bin-loving, state-hating ska kids who play angry offbeat folk music. - https://www.facebook.com/BoomBoomRacoon/LegPuppy are South London based, enigmatic electro-post-punks their satirical attack on the modern world with humour, satire, and a whole lot of personality - https://www.facebook.com/LegPuppy/Mental Wealth: Punk trio based in East Manchester/East Lancs. Guitar, bass and djembe - https://www.facebook.com/Mental-Wealth-311642632993833/MuGen: A three piece indie band from Leeds - https://www.facebook.com/whoismugen/Running Times:PHATTFOXX 10.40 to 11.30Boom Boom Racoon 9.50 to 10.30LegPuppy 9.00 to 9.40Mental Wealth 8.10 to 8.50MuGen 7.20 to 8.00Doors 6.45Door tax: £8 / £7 membersJim the DJ will be spinning tunes from between bands as usual.Local accomodation:https://www.jurysinns.com/hotels/bradfordhttp://www.accorhotels.com/gb/hotel-6364-ibis-budget-bradford/index.shtmlhttp://www.premierinn.com/gb/en/hotels/england/west-yorkshire/bradford/bradford-south.html?cid=GLBC_BRAHUNhttp://www.newbeehiveinn.co.uk/hotel-in-bradford-west-yorkshire-the-new-beehive-inn.htmlhttp://www.ivyguesthousebradford.com/http://www.castle-hotel-bradford.co.uk/
Be part of the Great Britain Tag Rugby 2021 Vision.
Try Tag Rugby is inviting all players with a vision of being part of the 2021 World Cup the opportunity to join us at Great Britain Trials.
The objective of the Trials is two-fold:
Be recognised, make sure the coaches are aware of your long-term vision, put yourself on the map and work with the GB Management Team to be best placed for consideration in 2021.
The British & Irish Cup squads will be chosen from players who attend one of the trials. The British & Irish Cup will take place on Saturday 7th September 2019. Note, this selection does not exclude any player from the broader GB 2021 Player Development Pool.
We are excited to share the vision of Great Britain Tag Rugby.
Representing Great Britain is a huge honour and as we have proven, one that is capable of winning World Cup medals. With such honour and reward, of course comes a huge amount of commitment, dedication and desire on the part of every player and the coaching teams.
The vision is very clear. Great Britain Tag Rugby is focusing on building and fielding the most competitive squads in time for the 2021 Tag World Cup in Ireland. Along the way, we will be hosting and no doubt visiting Ireland to compete in the 2019 and 2020 British & Irish Cups. Selection for the World Cup GB Team will be developed over the coming two years and is not restricted to the teams being selected for the B&I Cup 2019. It is for this reason that Great Britain & Ireland have decreased the age categories for the 2019 & 2020 B&I Cups so we can genuinely grow a significant pool of players in each category creating depth and breadth across the development squads for 2021.
Try Tag Rugby will be appointing a Great Britain Coaching Team to build and deliver on this 2021 vision which will include their attendance at specific events as well as trials and visiting leagues across the country to ensure no talent is untapped.
Key dates for your diary:
2nd JuneGB Trials 1 - This will be the first round of trials, players to be considered for B&I 2019 and beyond will be expected to attend 1 of the 2 trials
8th JuneTagFest London - The biggest event Try Tag Rugby will ever have hosted, with unlimited capacity for team and individual entry. Coaches & Scouts will expect to see you there.
23rd JuneGB Trials 2 - This will be the second round of trials, players to be considered for B&I 2019 and beyond will be expected to attend 1 of the 2 trials
26th JuneB&I 2019 Squads to be announced
7th SeptemberBritish & Irish Cup
To be eligible to play for Great Britain you need to meet the following criteria:
• Be British born or have residency of three consecutive years or more in Great Britain
• OR hold a British passport
• Be a fully registered Try Tag Rugby player (or equivalent registered player with another ITF member such as the Irish Tag Rugby Association) who has participated in at least one full league season during 2019
• Not played for another full ITF member nation within the last one year
• Be available to travel to Ireland in 2021
• Great Britain representatives are ambassadors. Hence you must be an outstanding member of the Tag community who will uphold the ethos of Try Tag Rugby and represent Great Britain in a manner befitting to the UK Tag community. Any player who has received a suspension from Try Tag Rugby for any on field or off field incident since the beginning of 2018 is not eligible to play for Great Britain.
Categories have been selected but are not limited to those we are considering for the World Cup 2021. Age brackets have been adapted with a view to building depth in squads over the next 2 years and to enable players to play with each other over the coming years in preparation for 2021. e.g. Womens Seniors in 2021 will become 30+. For 2019, this will be 28+. 2020 will be 29+ and so on so that players by 2021 are of the correct age and will have played together for 2 years. For all categories, players can turn of age at any time that year.
- Mixed Open
- Men’s Open
- Women's Open
- Mixed Seniors (Men 31+, Women 28+)
- Men’s Seniors (28+)
- Women's Seniors (28+)
Register your attendance to Trials and get yourselves signed up to the relevant tournaments on the Try Tag Rugby Event Page - www.trytagrugby.eventbrite.com
Any questions, please email [email protected]
We look forward to sharing more information over the course of the year including location - which will be within London.
NatWest and The Bridgwater Chamber Of Commerce are pleased to be able to bring you a morning highlighting Cyber Crime, Cyber Security and Scams Awareness with three presentations on how to stay safe and secure from scams, what to look out for, how to mitigate against the risks and a look at some live examples that are currently taking place.
Presentations will come from:
Tony Blake of 'TakeFive' a police unit set up to educate the public and businesses about cyber crime and cyber security.
Trudi Henderson of Natwest who will present her presentation on 'Friends Against Scams'.
DC Dave Humphries from The City Of London Police on protecting your business from cyber attacks.
Free refreshments will be available along with an opportunity to to talk to other businesses, Police, cyber security experts, Trading Standards and Citizens Advice.
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