Odour Study Day, 10th October 2019 – Registration Open
Odour Control Training from Silsoe Odours
Registration is now open for the Autumn 2019 Odour Study Day. We invite you to join us on Thursday 10th October. On the course, you experience the UK’s only CPD-certified odour management, assessment and odour control training. Not only that, but the Odour Study Day is also endorsed by IAQM and accredited by CIWEM. You can learn more about our accreditations here.
Please take a look at our new video about the course. It gives you a glimpse of what happens on the day, including your visit to our UKAS-accredited odour laboratory. In addition, you’ll also get to hear from our speakers and – equally important – previous delegates.
Why Choose Silsoe Odours
We are a specialist odour consultancy and our team of experts do of course have many years of experience in odour. Our Director, Robert Sneath, launched the Odour Study Day back in 2006. It has proved extremely popular ever since. We deliver the course from our odour laboratory here in Wrest Park, in Bedfordshire. We do this in order to give you first-hand access to odour assessment in practise.
As well as sharing our expertise, we also bring together specialists from across the industry to enhance the value of your odour control training course. You hear from Steve Peirson from RSK, Phil Longhurst from Cranfield University and Deborah Sharples from Birketts, as well as two of our own experts, Robert Sneath and James Sneath.
Thanks to Central Bedfordshire College
We intend for the new Odour Study Day video to give you a glimpse into what happens on the day. With this in mind, we invited media students from Central Bedfordshire College to attend the January course and capture the essence of what goes on. The collaboration gave the students a fantastic opportunity to experience a real-world environment. In turn, they have produced a corporate video to be proud of. The whole team did a fantastic job of representing themselves and the college and were therefore a pleasure to work with. In view of this, we’d like to thank Emily, Emma, Jack, Harry and Ryan for their efforts, together with their tutors and CBC management.
Finally, please take some time to explore the students’ individual portfolios.