We provide Japanese knotweed CPD training courses and presentations to professionals working in a variety of disciplines across the property and construction sectors.
We regularly present to Surveyors, Estate Agents, Ecologists, Conveyancing Solicitors, Project Managers, Property Consultants, Architects, and Local Authorities.
Our seminars are tailored specifically to the audience and their desired learning outcomes to ensure maximum benefit every time. We can cover all areas of knotweed including;
- History & distribution,
- Impacts on construction projects
- Impacts on property transactions
- Management and removal techniques
- Insurance backed guarantees and indemnities
Delegates are encouraged to ask questions throughout the session and share their experiences.
We give all attendees a handy pocket sized knotweed identification guide and can provide attendance certificates where requested.
Training can be held at our head office in Send (Woking), at any office location with suitable facilities or as part of a wider event.
If you are interested in booking a course, contact us on 01932 868700 or email email@example.com.
Past attendees have said:
Emily from Environet delivered a very interesting CPD session for my team where we all learnt more than we expected to. As ecologists we are used to identifying Japanese Knotweed on sites but we weren’t familiar with the methods a client needs to undertake to rid themselves of the problem or the potential knock on effects to other species. The session was very well delivered in an informal manner by a fun yet knowledgeable presenter. I’d recommend this CPD session to other ecologists and other relevant disciplines. Jon Garner, Green Ecology.
Many thanks for attending our AGM the other week, all of our surveyors found your talk very informative. The presentation was very comprehensive and really helped us learn more about Japanese knotweed, particularly identification techniques. We have had several speakers on this topic over the years but yours really was one of the better ones as you focused more on the identification throughout the year, problems associated with the plant and remediation. Once again thank you for your time. Sue Shears MRICS, Bradleys Surveyors.