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Subsidence Investigation Workshop - ONLINE




Martin Dobson

6 hours

Fully Booked

2 Days (9:30 - 12:30) 

Exc. VAT Inc. VAT

Course Objectives:


Course Content:

  • Building on the one-day Getting to Grips with Subsidence course, this workshop tackles some of the more technical areas. The course includes: 
    • Resume of site investigation techniques from ‘Getting to Grips with Subsidence'’
    • Calculations of subsidence
    • Calculation and presentation of level monitoring data.
    • Detailed review of case studies
    • Interpretation of level monitoring results.
    • Calculation and presentation of level distortion surveys.
    • Evidential value of investigation techniques.
    • Evidence for TPO applications.
    • Dealing with compensation claims.
    • Evidence for 3rd party / legal claims.
    • Undertaking your own investigations. 

    This online course is delivered online (via Zoom) in two morning sessions. 

    Please ensure that you have either downloaded the Zoom App, or have an account, and that the audio and camera are in working order. Please see Zoom Tips
    Session 1: Monday 26th February 2024: 09.30 – 12.30
    Session 2: Tuesday 27th February 2024: 09.30 – 12.30


    Arboricultural Association attendance certificate

Module Pre-requisites:

We strongly recommend you have attended the Getting to Grips with Subsidence course before you attend this course. We also recommend that you have studied at level 6 that includes a section on subsidence.

Terms of Cancellation or Amendments to details

  • We reserve the right to cancel courses and refund applicants if there is insufficient demand.
  • A FULL charge will be applied to any booking cancelled less than 10 working days before the event.
  • A £30 administration charge may be applied to changes made to bookings that have been received and acknowledged.

For all course bookings outside the UK and Europe, please email training@trees.org.uk