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Green-tech take their Chemical training workshops to London and Scotland

Green-tech take their Chemical training workshops to London and Scotland

Following the success of their previous Chemical Workshops, Green-tech has announced the dates for their next two Chemical Workshops - Training the Trainer.

The sessions are planned for London on Wednesday 29th May and Scotland on Wednesday 10th July. They will include presentations from industry-leading guest speakers including Advanced Invasives, Amenity Forum, Bayer, Belchim, Certis UK (Scotland only), ICL and JSD Rail (London only).

The venues for the events have been confirmed as Capel Manor College in Enfield, London and SRUC Oatridge Campus in Ecclesmachan, Broxburn, West Lothian.

Each workshop will run from 9am with 6 speaker sessions (BASIS points available) followed by lunch and will close by 1.30pm. They will cover topical subjects including Japanese knotweed control, sprayer calibration, nozzle selection, choosing the correct chemical for the application, the future of glyphosate and alternative options; policy changes and updates to license requirements.

Green-tech is offering this as a free event which includes lunch and provides a great opportunity for networking with like-minded peers in the industry. Delegates can collect BASIS Professional Register points for each session attended.

Green-tech’s Sales Director Richard Gill comments,

“I am delighted to be able to bring this workshop to London and Scotland. We received incredibly positive feedback from our previous training workshops which prompted us to offer the same workshop but in a different geographical region. I am incredibly grateful to our seven industry partners for joining forces with us. The day will provide delegates with a great networking opportunity and will enable them to take away advice and best practice techniques to pass on throughout their teams.”

Places are limited so anyone wishing to attend this workshop must book their free place online at