14 December 2020
From £40.00 per person
Join us to learn more about geohazards, with a particular focus on tectonic hazards, and find out more about case studies you may not have encountered before, as well as developing further insight into geohazards and their potential impact.
This online workshop will be led by Dr Matthew Blackett from Coventry University and is designed primarily for A Level teachers, though it will also be of interest to GCSE teachers.
This training will be delivered online and will last for approximately two and a half hours in total, with a break(s). Delegates will be sent a link to join the course by email. This may not be sent immediately after booking, but it will arrive prior to the course. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have not received confirmation by the day before the event. If you are still having problems accessing the course link shortly before it starts, please call 020 7591 3100.
If you are an administrator booking a place on behalf of a teacher, please make sure that you forward the confirmation email to the teacher or they will not be able to join the course. We will not issue refunds in this situation.
Tickets are non-exchangeable and non-refundable. Links must not be shared.
Please mute your microphone and turn off your video. Only unmute during any Q&A time offered. Please use your full name when you join this online event.
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