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24 May, 2017
Following on from our successful joint meeting in July 2015 this event will discuss the draft guidance prepared by a CIEEM/IAQM working group.
This will be particularly interesting given the recent court judgement on the relevance of the DMRB 1000 AADT screening criteria for local plans.
- Dr Claire Holman, IAQM Chair and Brook Cottage Consultants
- Adrian Meurer, Hankison Duckett Associates
- Dr James Riley, AECOM
These presentations will be followed by discussion of the draft guidance.
Attendance is free for members of IAQM and CIEEM, but places are limited so please email Rhianna Jarvis to reserve yours.
Registration and refreshments will be at 1.30pm with the talks commencing at 2pm.
8 June, 2017
The IAQM Early Career Group provides a forum to learn, practice presentation skills and network with other early career professionals, in a friendly, supportive and accessible environment. This will be the first of a regular series of mid-afternoon events, where early-career professionals can gain valuable experience in presenting to a moderately sized and supportive audience.
Attendance will count as CPD and will provide evidence of development when applying to upgrade from Associate to Member.
The Group will be having its inaugural meeting on the afternoon of 8th June in London (Arup, 13 Fitzroy Street).
Registration and refreshments will start at 13:30 followed by talks from the following:
- Dr Claire Holman, IAQM Chair – Diesel Vehicles and Poor Air Quality
- Rosemary Challen – Going the Extra Mile for Air Quality Focus Areas
- Blaise Kelly – Using Raw ATC Count Data with the EFT
- Malcolm Pounder – Positive Client Liaison and Managing Expectations
These talks will be followed by a technical Q&A session and discussion on the needs of Early Careers IAQM members to shape our future work.
The event will be followed by an (optional) social gathering at a local pub.
Please email Chloe Fletcher to attend this meetup – only 7 places left!
All voluntary presentation slots have now been filled, but there will be other opportunities to present at future events.