Harrogate Week 2010 Preview: Seminars and workshops

Education programme for Harrogate Week 2010, which takes place on 17-21 January at Harrogate International Centre

SUNDAY 17 JANUARY

Time 10.30am to 6pm         
Workshop/seminar Emergency First Aid
Cost From £105 + VAT


Time 10.30am to 6pm        
Workshop/seminar Finance and Accounting for Golf Club Managers and Course Managers
Cost From £105 + VAT

Time 10.30am to 6pm       
Workshop/seminar Irrigation: Planning, Installation and Water Management
Cost From £105 + VAT

Time 10.30am to 6pm        
Workshop/seminar Preparing and Delivering Powerful Presentations
Cost From £205 + VAT

 

MONDAY 18 JANUARY

Time 9am to 5pm
Workshop/seminar Preparing and Delivering Powerful Presentations
Cost From £205 + VAT

 

TUESDAY 19 JANUARY

Time 9.30am to 10am         
Workshop/seminar Cutting Unit Technology — An Engineer's Perspective
Cost Free

Time 11am to 12pm      
Workshop/seminar An Introduction to the CMAE and the Certified Golf Club Manager Programme
Cost Free

Time 12.45pm to 1.30pm        
Workshop/seminar Skills Sharpener
Cost Free

Time 2.30pm to 3pm   
Workshop/seminar Greens Construction
Cost Free

 

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