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Tuesday, June 12, 2018

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Training the Trainer Chemical workshop to be held at BALI head office

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Following the success of their Chemical Workshop – training the trainer; held in May in North Yorkshire; Green-tech has announced that the next workshop will be held at BALI Head office in Stoneleigh, Coventry on 26 July from 9am-3pm.

Training and workshops will be delivered throughout the morning by ICL, Belchim, Vale Engineering, Monsanto and Amenity Forum and will cover topics such as sprayer calibration, nozzle selection, choosing the correct chemical for the application, the future of glyphosate and alternative options; and policy changes and updates to license requirements.

This is a free event that includes lunch and provides a great opportunity for networking with highly regarded contacts within the industry. Basis Professional Register points will be available on the day and delegates can collect up to 11 points by attending all sessions.

Sales director Richard Gill said: “We are delighted to be joining forcing with some of the leading companies in our industry to offer this workshop. We had great feedback from our first one which has prompted us to offer the same workshop but in a different geographical region. 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 team.”

Anyone wishing to attend this workshop must book their place at: www.green-tech.co.uk

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