Sep 22, 2018 1:00 PM

This monthly membership gives you access to our weekly outdoor parkour class. In this class, we travel to a new outdoor location in and around the central London region with one of the worlds greatest Parkour and Freerunning practitioners.  Every Saturday we meet at a well known London tube station and then train in the outdoor training spot for 1 hour. Students will get the chance to learn parkour from some of the best parkour coaches in Europe, and can even explore the parts of London that most people never see.  The location for events will be sent to members on the Friday before the class.  Class details Experience and Ability: Beginners class Spaces: Only 15 spaces available  Term booking: £45.00 (see tickets for late bookings) Time: Class starts at 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm (Meeting at 12:50 pm at the station) Semester 1 Term 1: 22nd Sept - 27th Oct  Term 2: 10rd Nov - 15th Dec Semester 2 Term 3: 12th Jan - 16th Feb Term 4: 23rd Feb - 23rd Mar [These classes are only open to Queen Mary University of London students, please see www.londonparkourproject.com for other bookings].

Apr 04, 2019 10:00 AM

Considering moving towards a career that combines your love of the outdoors with your ability to plan and organise? Gaining valuable specialist outdoor event management skills will upgrade your event experience and enhance your career opportunities in the industry.  Outdoor events come with a range of challenges but also open up a world of creative event locations that result in memorable and unique experiences for attendees. MASTERCLASS CERTIFICATE IN OUTDDOOR EVENT MANAGEMENT COURSE, LONDON, COURSE DETAILS Course Name: MasterClass Certificate in Outdoor Event ManagementCourse Start Date: Thursday 4 April 2019Course Duration: 2 days (Thursday & Friday)Course Hours: 10am - 4pmCourse Venue: Venues at ExCeL London, E16 1XL Certificate:  MasterClass Certificate in Outdoor Event ManagementAwarded By: The Event School London COURSE HIGHLIGHTS *Expert tuition from Outdoor Event Management professionals*Build your events industry network *Small groups with strictly limited numbers offer a unique experience*Training Centre ideally placed within one of Europe's premier venues - ExCeL London, host to major international  events such as World Travel Market. LEARN MOREwb: https://www.eventschool.london/product-page/masterclass-certificate-in-outdoor-event-management-course em: [email protected]: 0203 239 0950 save: Subscribe to our updates and receive a 10% Fee Saver Promo Code

Nov 26, 2018 5:30 PM

"The exploration and settlement of Mars is one of the most daring and audacious human endeavours of our time" - Dr. Robert Zubrin We are happy to welcome everyone to the first inaugural event of the Mars Society London! The International Mars Society is the world’s largest and most influential space advocacy organization dedicated to the human exploration and settlement of the planet Mars. Established by Dr. Robert Zubrin and others in 1998. The group works to educate the public, the media and government on the benefits of exploring Mars and creating a permanent human presence on the Red Planet.This event will mark the opening and first gathering of the London Chapter of the Mars society! The aim of this chapter is to build a community of Mars and Space Pioneers and Entrepreneurs in London and the UK. Building on the spirit of the early space pioneers we want to inspire and enable a new generation of scientists, technologists, designers, engineers, entrepreneurs, investors and others - to direct their talents and skills towards this exciting and important cause of our generation. And of course, to inspire and re-inspire existing and new space and Mars enthusiasts! What is the next stage in human evolution? Why Mars? Can we get humans to land on Mars by 2030? What role will AI play in space exploration and Mars settlement? How can we make use of the space technologies to improve living conditions on Earth? What are the opportunities for start-ups and SMEs in innovating and pushing the possibilities in this area? Are we going to be more or less experimental with our technologies and designs of Martian habitats, given both the increased constraints and risks there? We are thrilled to have inspiring speakers and panellists including:Dr. Robert Zubrin -  Founder of the International Mars Society (remote) James Parr - Director of the NASA Frontier Development Lab  Rachel Lyons - Director of Partnerships  Space for Humanity (remote) Giulia Manzetti - ESA (European Space Agency) Business Applications  Dr. Tony Sephton - ESA (European Space Agency) Business Applications Daniel Carew - Investment Manager at Seraphim Capital  Dr. Martin Dinov - Chair of the Mars Society London SCHEDULE: 5.30 - 6.00 - Registration and VR Demo6.00 - 6.10 - Intro Mars Society London (Martin Dinov and Dzera Kaytati)6.10 - 6.50 - Speakers Presentations7.00 - 7.30 - Panel with the speakers chaired by Martin Dinov7.30 - 8.00 - Q&A and Closing Remarks8.00 - 8.30 - Socialising, Drinks and VR DemoYou will have a chance to try a recently launched Mars VR Experience Demo, developed and directed by James Burk, one of the founding members of the International Mars Society and the information technology directory. The MarsVR program will be a unique multi-phase effort designed to pioneer the emerging field of CrowdExploration, which is defined as the partnership between the first astronauts on Mars and VR experts and enthusiasts back on Earth. The Mars Society aims to develop a special VR platform to assist with the initial human exploration of Martian landing sites. SPEAKER BIOS:Dr. Robert ZubrinPresident and Founder, International Mars SocietyPresident, Pioneer Astronautics Dr. Robert Zubrin is the founder and president of the international Mars Society. Formerly a staff engineer at Lockheed Martin Astronautics in Denver, he is now president of his own company, Pioneer Astronautics, which builds innovative space technologies. Dr. Zubrin holds M.S in Nuclear Engineering, M.S. in Aeronautics and Astronautics and a doctorate in Nuclear Engineering from the University of Washington. He is the inventor of several unique concepts for space propulsion and exploration, the author of more than 200 published technical and non-technical papers in the field, as well the non-fiction books, perhaps most notably "The Case for Mars: The Plan to Settle the Red Planet and Why We Must".He is a Fellow of the British Interplanetary Society and former Chairman of the Executive Committee of the National Space Society. Dr. Zubrin was employed in areas of thermonuclear fusion research, nuclear engineering, radiation protection and as a high school science teacher. James Parr CEO, Trillium Technologies  Director, Frontier Development Lab (NASA), FDL Europe (ESA) James is the founder and CEO of Trillium Technologies - a technology contractor that specializes in the application of emerging technologies to grand challenges, such as climate change, violent extremism, prevention strategies for cancer and obesity, deforestation mitigation, climate resilience and planetary defence from asteroids.  He is the Director of the Frontier Development Lab (FDL) an AI research accelerator based in Silicon Valley in partnership with NASA and the SETI Institute and FDL Europe, in partnership with ESA. He is also the founder of the Open Space Agency (OSA) - which is dedicated to the democratisation of space exploration through citizen science and open hardware.  He lives in London with his wife and twin daughters.  Rachel A. LyonsDirecor of Parnerships, Space for Humanity Space for Humanity is a non-profit organization that will select a diverse group of non-astronauts to travel to the edge of space. Their mission is to grant an all-expenses-paid journey to selected applicants to experience the Overview Effect of viewing the earth from space. Space For Humanity will partner with all available vehicles to offer global citizens a diversity of spaceflights. Their longer-term vision is to send selected groups into Low Earth Orbit by 2022, the moon by 2027 and deep space by 2030. Rachel A. Lyons is a space advocate, actively working to spread knowledge and encourage others to get involved using the ideals of ‘The Overview Effect’.  Her approach is multidisciplinary – recognizing the importance of integrating formal education, creative arts, culture, and social connection.  Rachel has led engineering teams, organized professional events, music and dance celebrations, and outdoor adventure. She holds a B.S. in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Miami and is the Vice-Chair of the Board of Directors of Students for the Exploration and Development of Space (SEDS-US). Daniel CarewInvestment Manager, Seraphim Capital Daniel is an Investment Manager at Seraphim Capital focused on investments for the new Space fund, the first venture fund dedicated to financing the growth of companies operating in the space ecosystem. Their focus is on companies that are transforming global industries through the generation, enhancement and application of satellite drone enabled data. He has previous experience at a UK-based venture fund making investments in materials and deep technology in industrial supply chains. Prior to that, he was a portfolio manager at a major UK retail bank delivering IT change in their web division as part of a KPMG  team. Daniel has a PhD in Chemistry from the University of Bristol, specialising in Nanomaterials, and a Bachelor of Applied Science and Engineering from the University of Toronto. Giulia ManzettiDr. Tony SephtonESA (European Space Agency) Business ApplicationsThe vision of ESA Business Applications is to improve the lives of people on Earth through Space. Space assets can provide excellent opportunities for enabling new services or making innovative improvements in existing services. ESA BA runs a globally-recognised programme offering zero-equity funding in various categories from healthcare to VR/AR and others, as well as providing access to networks and information and dedicated project management support for commercial and technical developments of space-related projects.Giulia Manzetti has a technical background in Aerospace Engineering and after university, she worked in a nanosatellite company and in Lamborghini. She completed another master's degree in Space Policies before joining ESA Business Applications last year, where she supports the Outreach and Countries team. Dr. Tony Sephton has spent over 25 years in the space industry, in roles covering applications, ground segment and future spacecraft missions. He has been at ESA Business Applications for nearly 9 years, and as Special Projects Manager, he has been engaged in identifying and managing activities in satellite-based services across a broad range of applications such as Precision Agriculture, Animal Tracking, Flood Response, the Arctic, Space Weather, Ageing Society and Commercial Climate Services. Dr. Martin DinovChair Mars SocietyDr. Martin Dinov is a neuroscientist and AI expert. He is the Co-Founder and Chief Scientist and Engineer of the AI startup Maaind, Co-Founder of the experience design collective HackTheSenses and is a senior data scientist and AI engineer consultant at Capgemini. Martin holds M.S. in Bioinformatics and received his PhD from Imperial College London for work he did on machine learning and brain computer interfaces. He is excited about bringing developments from neuroscience and AI to space and Mars. * Mars Society London is a voluntary organisation, all the proceeds go towards funding the events and activities. Our event host RocketSpace -  is a different kind of space program! "Rocketspace London is an ecosystem and ‘co working’ space for technology businesses typically in second stage funding, with a ‘product’ ready to scale at pace.  Unique to their model is that they do not fund early stage start-ups, these organisations are on a growth trajectory, which is accelerated by joining the RocketSpace. The campus offers a variety of resources and services to the member organisations, in particular providing an environment to work within, training and growth consulting. The San Francisco campus has been responsible for accelerating 18 ‘unicorn’ tech start ups, including Spotify, Uber, Zappos, Hootsuite and others. The London campus has been open since July 2017 and is already at near capacity for members. Rocketspace operates a selective membership model, and provides workspaces, facilities and resources including access to finance to its members. Members are all technology enabled companies looking to scale quickly. "  

Dec 07, 2018 8:15 AM

OJEN’s London Law Institute is a professional development event for high school teachers. This one-day conference will be held at the Josephine Spencer Niblett Building (Western Law). Address: 1151 Richmond St, London, ON N6A 3K7 Date: Friday, December 7, 2018 Session topics tentatively include: CLEO's Steps to Justice website: a tool for student and teacher legal research Mock Trials for the classroom and competition Marijuana Legalization and Youth International/Refugee Law Please Note: NO food/refreshments will be provided at this event. Please arrange to bring food with you or purchase on campus. Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis. FAQs: What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event? For Parking: http://www.uwo.ca/parking//find/visitor/metered.html Public Transit: https://moovitapp.com/index/en-gb/public_transportation-Western_Law_School-London_ON-efsite_51310778e4b0680a78d8849a-3020   How can I contact the organizer with any questions? Direct any questions or concerns to [email protected]    

Nov 21, 2018 7:45 PM

Fresh country air! The expanse of fields and rolling hills before you. It's wonderful being outside and all the adventures that await. The smell of freshly cut grass, muddy paths, wildflowers in spring, raging rivers in winter, the snow capped peaks of mountains and the roar and crash of thunder and lightning! All our great adventures take place outside and we're celebrating the best of them here. Go on, venture outdoors and make your own way to Natural Born Storytellers. Our true storytelling shows are friendly, open, intimate and honest and the stories moving, life-affirming, shocking, captivating or just plain hilarious. It's different to a comedy show where the expectation is laughter... here laughter comes, but it's a part of a whole breadth of other emotions and reactions to the stories and it makes for a rich, fulfilling evening's entertainment. Anyone from the audience is encouraged to share true stories alongside pre-booked and professional storytellers. There is a great mix of stage experience on offer and it really adds to the spontaneity of the evening. If you have a story you'd like to tell tonight or on any of our upcoming themes, please send an email to [email protected] with an outline of your story and the theme you think it fits best. “This was one hell of an evening. Like really properly captivating stories that enthralled, moved, tickled, challenged and above all entertained. Such a brilliant event” Audience member Come on down and experience one of the friendliest and most memorable night of true-life storytelling London has to offer. We'd love you to get involved, whether it's telling a story, suggesting a new theme or coming down to listen to our stories. There is something for everyone at Natural Born Storytellers.

Nov 23, 2018 10:00 PM

Following the success of our first ever London based Celtic Sleep Out last year, the 'Celtic Sleep Out, London 2018' will take place on Friday, November 23 and is an integral element of our Christmas Appeal. The event will take place once again in the grounds of St Anne’s Primary School in Whitechapel and the venue holds huge historical and emotional significance for the Celtic Family. In 1892, five years after his leading role in the formation of Celtic Football Club, the Marist Order moved Brother Walfrid from Glasgow to the Whitechapel area of London’s East End. Over the next 15 years, as Head Teacher at St Anne’s Primary, Brother Walfrid transformed the school and also established local boys’ clubs and a project to provide meals to the poor in the local community. In honour of our Founding Father, the London Sleep Out participants will spend the night – from 10.00pm to 6.00am – battling the elements outdoors, under the stars, all for a wonderful cause. The introduction and briefing elements of the event will take place across the road, at St Anne’s Church, where Brother Walfrid lived during his time in London. Places are limited and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.  The non-refundable registration fee is £30 per person.  Please ensure you read the Terms and Conditions  thoroughly before committing your agreement and signing up. Should you have an outstanding sponsorship balance from a previous Celtic FC Foundation event, this must be settled in full prior to registering for this Event or your registration will be suspended pending full payment of the total due. Due to anticipated severe weather conditions, this event will be exceptionally challenging, both mentally and physically.  Therefore, participants must be aged 18+ and be in an appropriate physical condition to take part. Celtic FC Foundation will provide a ground mat and foil sheet/blanket but participants are required to bring the appropriate equipment and wear relevant clothing and footwear. Each participant is tasked with raising a minimum of £130 (after entry fee) and all funds raised will support our 2018 Christmas Appeal, which reflects the very essence of why our Club was set up back in 1887. The Appeal will help families and pensioners who face poverty and hardship and a number of charities who care for those experiencing the torment of homelessness or other disadvantage. So please follow in the footsteps of Brother Walfrid and help us make a difference to the most vulnerable in our community this Christmas. Thank you so much for your wonderful support! At Celtic FC Foundation, we take our supporters’, participants’ and partners’ privacy very seriously. We will use your information to process your event entry and to send important service messages. See our privacy policy for full details.

Nov 19, 2018 9:30 AM

Key Learning Outcomes This one-day practical workshop is designed to give you the opportunity to: Experience hands-on practical activities that support the development of early mathematical concepts with specific reference to number, shape and measures Develop an understanding of the Numicon approach and teaching materials specific to the Early Years Foundation Stage Discover how Numicon ensures EYFS curriculum coverage to meet the Early Learning Goals and supports high quality teaching and learning through tried and tested planning, teaching and assessment materials. Understand how Numicon addresses the mathematical learning needs of all children in the EYFS Discover useful ideas and strategies which can be applied back in your Nursery, EYFS unit or Reception classroom  Agenda Mathematics and the EYFS curriculum The development of counting and other Key Mathematical Ideas Problem solving, enquiry and mathematical  thinking in the Early Years The learning environment including outdoor learning Planning, teaching and assessing with Numicon  Who should attend?  EYFS teachers, EYFS Phase Leaders and Maths Subject Leaders Travel and Parking Please check venue website for details on travel and parking. Cancellation Policy Cancellation can be made up to four weeks before the event by contacting us directly at [email protected] Any delegate cancellation after this time is non-refundable. For further information If you require professional development focussed more fully on your individual school needs, please contact our office on 01865 353735 or at [email protected] For other regional Numicon courses or for bespoke INSET packages, please visit www.oxfordprimary.co.uk/numicon-pd. Privacy Policy Our Privacy Policy sets out how Oxford University Press handles your personal information, and your rights to object to your personal information being used for marketing to you or being processed as part of our business activities.

Dec 19, 2018 5:00 PM

OUTDOOR CINEMA AT MANDOON ESTATE Nothing beats lying under the stars and watching a movie with friends and family. Enjoy the picturesque gardens at Mandoon Estate, grab a bite to eat and sample our award winning wines and beers. Theres plenty for the kids with a bouncy castle, lawn games and live music before the screening at sunset. Prices (excluding booking fee) EARLY BIRD TIX AVAILABLE Adults: $10.00 Concession/Children: $4.00 Reserved VIP seating with deck chair: $16.00Children in prams or carriers (under 18 months) are FREE PADDINGTON (PG) A young Peruvian bear travels to London in search of a home. Finding himself lost and alone at Paddington Station, he meets the kindly Brown family, who offer him a temporary haven. FAQs Can I bring food and drinks? Sorry, it’s strictly NO BYO food or drinks. Relax, enjoy the view and let us take care of the catering and drinks. We have plenty of delicious options for you to enjoy. Can I arrive early? Yes you can.  We will live acoustic music from 5pm.  Arrive early and grab a spot on the lawn or deck, grab a bite to eat and a refreshing ale! What's the refund policy? No refunds available after ticket purchase.  Tickets are transferrable - so feel free to pass them on. A full refund will be given if we do not screen the movie due to inclement weather. Can we bring our own chairs? Yes you can.  Low backed chairs are welcomed and anyone with high backed chairs are asked to sit at the rear of the lawned area.  Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event? Yes please.  But dont worry if you forget - we will have your name on the gate list.  Is it ok if the name on my ticket or registration doesn't match the person who attends? No problems.  Just make sure you have your ticket. What time does the movie start? Screening will commence just after sunset - usually around 7.30pm - 7.45pm  What food is available? Pizzas, hot dogs and our Deli stocked with cheese and charcuterie platters plus much more!

Nov 14, 2018 7:00 PM

Experience Life as a Royal Naval Reservist by visiting our unit on 14 Nov. Activities include: Handling the latest Operational Weapons Hone your skills with some challenging Leadership Tasks Introduction to Sea Survival  A presentation on the Royal Naval Reserve including a tour of the facilities What you will need As some activities are outdoors, warm clothing, a waterproof jacket and flat comfortable shoes are advisable. You will need to bring along photographic identification and report to the main gate no later than 7pm  in order gain access to the establishment. Under 18s will need to be escorted by an adult. Light Refreshments will be provided, however, bringing along your own snacks and drink is advised. The Unit Bar will be open for a short period after the event - this would be an ideal opportunity to meet both Regular & Reserve memebrs of the Royal Navy and ask them about service life. ****Pre-registration is essential for this event by 9am Fri 9 Nov*****  All who register will receive an email within 12hrs and will be required to provide full Name, Date of Birth & Address in order to be registered with the Northwood Security Lodge. Once registered, you will need to bring photo ID on the night. For futher information about the Royal Naval Reserve, click here Can't wait to Join? Phone 0345 600 3222

Nov 12, 2018 9:00 AM

This workshop is dedicated to professionals using photogrammetry, orthomosaics, 3D modeling and UAVs in their practice. During this in-person training, you will learn how to create accurate maps and models, as well as improve your results. Taught by the Pix4D Training Team.  What to Expect Kickstart your workflow by learning about Pix4D's recommended best practices when capturing and processing your imagery. After completing the training you will be able to: Design the best flight plan for a perfect image acquisition workflow Extract the powerful benefits from Pix4D's hybrid solution (mobile + cloud + desktop) Improve your results  Identify best practices and share results with your stakeholders Agenda Monday, November 12, 9:00 - 5:30 PM Lecture The Theory and Science of Photogrammetry Aerial Mapping RGB Image Acquisition: Best Practices Georeferencing, Project Accuracy, and Ground Control: Best Practices Processing Hardware Recommendations Lab Exercises Creating a new project in Pix4D Desktop. Step 1: Initial Processing, and processing options- Create a Project- Georeference to ground control points Step 2: Point Cloud and Mesh, and processing options- Navigate in the rayCloud- Classify the densified point cloud- Generate a 3D textured mesh- Measure volumes Step 3: DSM and Orthomosaic, and processing options- Improve the orthomosaic- Generate a digital terrain model, contour lines, and other outputs Tuesday, November 13, 9:00 - 5:00 PM Lecture Pix4D's Quality Report Highlights Advanced Processing Options Highlights Image Acquisition of Vertical Objects: Best Practices Lab Exercises 3D reconstruction of vertical structures- Applying scale and orientation constraints- Measure distances and areas- Advanced point cloud editing Merging oblique and nadir images- Generating video animations FAQs Q: What level of experience is the Workshop intended for? A: This workshop is geared towards beginner and intermediate users. It covers topics such as best practices for data acquisition and the different processing options. While the workshop can be attended without any previous exposure to Pix4D software, we recommend having processed at least 1 project to get the most out of the event. If you consider yourself an advanced user and you are interested in learning more about Pix4D software, please consider requesting a personal training by writing to [email protected] Q: I am not certain that my interests will be covered. A: Please contact us if you need more information about the agenda by clicking "Contact" below. Q: Should I bring my laptop? A: Yes, we recommend you bring a laptop so you may follow along during the hands-on exercises and get the full benefit from the training. Computers will not be provided on the day of the workshop. We recommend your laptop runs Windows and comprises at least 16 GB RAM, 20 GB free hard drive space, and a GPU that supports OpenGL 3.2. Please install the latest version of Pix4D desktop on your computer before coming to the workshop. Make sure to open the software and login to activate your license.  Computers running Mac OS are not supported at this time. Q: What will be covered in the exercise sessions? A: We will cover the following topics Creating a project Adding Manual Tie Points/GCPs Evaluating the quality of the project Adding Scale Constraints Merging 2 projects Q: Does any hotel offer group or discount rates as part of this workshop? Is there a recommended hotel? Where can I park my car? A: Hotel group rates are not available as part of this workshop.  Q: Should I bring my drone? A: Do not bring your drone as there will be no time devoted to flying drones during the workshop. Q: Do I need a Pix4D software license to attend the workshop? A: It is not necessary that you own a Pix4D software license to attend the workshop. If you do not own a license, you will be provided with a temporary one for the duration of the workshop. Q: Is lunch included in the Workshop price? A: Lunch, coffee/tea, snacks and water are included in the price. Q: Can I attend the workshop remotely by WebEx, phone, or conference call? A: The workshop may be attended in person and is not available for remote attendance Q: Are discounts available for educational institutions or non-profit organizations? A: We are unable to offer discounts for educational institutions or non-profit organizations. Q: Refund policy A: Orders may not be changed, modified, converted, or refunded once an order has been confirmed. Q: How can I contact the workshop organizer if I have other questions? A: Click "Contact", below, and send us an email, and we will get back to you as soon as possible. *By registering to the workshop, you submit your information to the workshop organizer, who will use it to communicate with you regarding this event.

Feb 15, 2019 9:00 AM

Come and see Bill Walsh at The Best You EXPO! GET YOUR TICKETS HERE Bill Walsh is the CEO/Founder of Business Coaching/Venture Capital firm Powerteam International. Bill hosts and speaks at events all over the world! His passion is to empower entrepreneurs and business owners to create massive success. Bill Walsh will be one of the main stage speakers at The Best You Expo 2019. He loves to help people understand specifically what it takes to build successful companies. He is an accomplished author, speaker, radio personality and movie celebrity. He has a very successful background in finance and marketing. He has spent two decades working with start-ups to major global brands increasing sales, productivity and overall success. He is an innovator with a remarkable ability to determine and dictate success strategy to seize global market opportunities. As a global speaker, he is known for inspiring the audience while delivering excellent content that every audience can immediately put to use to increase sales, revenue and productivity. Author the Best Selling Book “The Obvious” Ranked in Top 30 Business Coaches for 4 years in a row by GURU Magazine Voted Top Speaker at Harvard University EventWatch on YouTube: https://youtu.be/noA_gGb3Zo4 The Best You EXPO is back on Year Four! The Best You Expo is the UK's largest Personal Development event that brings together professionals at every level to learn, network and participate. Last year we had over 12.500 attendees and over 180 speakers it's only going to be getting better and better. The Best You Expo 2019 takes place in February for the second year running in Olympia London. This one-of-a-kind event gathers those passionate about living better lives, creating a better world, gaining greater mindfulness and meaning in our modern age. The Expo explores topics like wealth, health, entrepreneurship, confidence, ageing, mindfulness practices, phobia cures, passionate living, female empowerment, breaking self-limiting beliefs, divorce coaching, and much, much more. Speakers come from a variety of sectors, including business, finance, health, neuroscience and new age philosophies, as well as entrepreneurs and leading CEOs. Attendees come with a like-minded purpose: to discover purpose, meaning, better well-being, health, self-improvement and career growth. 2019 Expo Speaker line up coming soon...! DISCOVER ALL THE BEST YOU EXPO 2019 ZONES Please visit our website for more information: https://thebestyouexpo.com/ We can’t wait to see you there!

Feb 18, 2019 9:30 AM

If your life, work or relationships are NOT how you want them to be and you want things to change.. then join us on this one-day introductory learning event. Louie will show you how to open up to the possibilities of liberating yourself from life-long stuck patterns.  You will be introduced to the P6 Constellation - what it is (and is not); what it does (and does not do); how despite some similarities, it is fundamentally different from conventional coaching and therapeutic approaches.  More importantly, you will gain a sense of how it can equip you to engage with yourself and others more compassionately, joyfully and hope-fully. Louie shares how the P6 Constellation came into being.  She signposts some of the academic theories and complexity principles that inform / make sense of its form and process.  FAQs Is this event the right fit for me?  If you are interested in attending, please pick up the phone for an informal chat with Louie about whether this event is right for you. What should I bring?  For INDOORS: Please bring a pair of non-slip slippers or non-slip socks as we will be walking on a floor map or rug!  For OUTSIDE: We may spend some time outdoors.  Please bring suitable outdoor clothing and footwear so you can keep warm and dry.  Where has the P6 Constellation come from? The P6 Constellation has emerged through personal and professional experience over some 30+ years.  It has been proven in practice and is substantiated by my doctoral research.  Can I continue my learning after the event? The 4-day POPIA training is your next step.  Following that, you may participate in P6 Constellation Community in Practice Gatherings to extend and deepen your Presence-in-Action capacities.  Participants wishing to gain Community Approved Practitioner status to support others in 1-1 settings (CAP2) or group settings (CAP3) will need to engage in regular P6C supervision and attend at least 2 Community in Practice days per year. Details will be shared during the training.  What about refreshments? We will provide morning and afternoon teas and coffees. A simple vegetarian lunch will be provided unless communicated otherwise.   What's the refund policy? CANCELLATION: £100 non-refundable administrative fee.  No refund if cancelled within 4 weeks of training however delegate can do a once-only transfer to the next available EPIA training.  If an event is cancelled by Potent 6 because of circumstances beyond our control, all registered participants will be invited to transfer to the next available dates or receive a full refund. How can I contact the organiser with any other questions? [email protected]