Events: January 2019

Events with blue dates are BECBC events, dark grey member events.

Hinkley Point C Supplier Induction Programme

8th January 2019

The first in the workshop series

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BECBC Socio Economic Sector Group Meeting (January 2019)

8th January 2019

Specialist BECBC Sector group meeting - for BECBC members only

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BECBC Member Meeting (January 2019)

9th January 2019

Monthly Member Meeting of the BECBC - guests welcome, but must apply to attend first

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Briefing Event for Citizens Advice Scotland: CAN DO Innovation challenge fund.

9th January 2019

The format is a networking lunch, presentations from CAS and Can DO innovation challenge fund & Q&A.

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Business Open Sessions with Sellafield Ltd (Westlakes)

15th January 2019

An informal session where Sellafield Ltd can explain how to do business with them, answer questions, and listen to feedback on the good, the bad and the ugly of working with, or trying to work with them

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Wellbeing Forum

16th January 2019

The Wellbeing Forum was set up to bring together contractors in Sellafield's Supply Chain who were interested in ensuring Health gets as much attention as Safety.

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Sellafield Ltd – Cumbria Trade Mission

23rd January 2019 — 24th January 2019

More info on this event will be available shortly

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University of Edinburgh: Beyond the lab (astronomy and particle physics in business)

24th January 2019

A day of networking between leading researchers and industry

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Brand Beyond

24th January 2019

You’ve built a business and created a brand, things are going well. But in a world with more marketing options than ever before, how can you stay ahead of the game?

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Introduction to Public Sector Procurement

24th January 2019


Event being run by Tom Crowe Procurement Solutions Ltd
 

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Lecture - IMechE West Cumbria Area - Decarbonising Bricks and Mortar

29th January 2019

We have an IMechE West Cumbria Area talk on Thursday 14th April at Lakes College West Cumbria:
Decarbonising Bricks and Mortar: Using property as a springboard for low carbon technology adoption.
The UK’s property and construction industry is a huge contributor to the country’s carbon emissions. Pioneers from across the sector are working to reduce and reverse the negative impact buildings have on our environment. At this event you’ll hear how one local property firm, BEC, is putting low carbon at the heart of its development and hear case studies from two major projects: the installation of a smart energy microgrid at Westlakes Science Park, and the development of Whitehaven’s North Shore with low carbon aspirations.

 Book Your Place - Decarbonising Bricks and Mortar
The talk begins at 19:00hrs prompt, with registration and tea/coffee available from 18:30hrs.

Regards,
David J Williamson CEng FIMechE
Honorary Secretary - IMechE West Cumbria Area Committee
Tel: 07734716794
 

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