This calendar shows all courses available at SSERC for technicians.

Oct
1
Fri
Safe Use of Fixed Workshop Machinery Refresher
Oct 1 all-day
Safe Use of Fixed Workshop Machinery Refresher

The purpose of this unit is to refresh learners on the safe use of bandsaws, circular saws and planer thicknessers.

The course is suitable for learners who have completed Safe Use of Fixed Workshop Machinery within the last 5 years, and are regular users of the equipment.

In order to be certified in this refresher course, you have to have attended the full Two Day SSERC Safe Use of Fixed Workshop Machinery course.

By the end of this unit the learner will be able to:

  • Demonstrate refreshed knowledge and understanding related to the safe use of the bandsaw, circular saw and planer thicknesser.

Dates:

26 November 2021 (closing date: 22 October 2021)

Audience

School Technical Support Staff. Access to this unit will be at the discretion of the centre but there must be evidence that learners have undergone training in the Safe Use of Fixed Workshop Machinery. This training has to have been the SSERC Safe use of Fixed Workshop machinery Course.

Rationale

This course is a one day refresher for Safe Use of Fixed Workshop Machinery

Course Leader

Alan Purves
01383 626070
alan.purves@sserc.scot

Cost

£100

Funding

None available

The STEM Inspiration awards

The STEM Inspiration awards are a free award scheme, designed to celebrate individuals and organisations working to inspire young people in STEM subjects.

Click here for more information on the Inspiration awards.

Outcomes

By the end of this course you should be able to:

  • Demonstrate knowledge and understanding related to the safe use of the bandsaw, circular saw and planer thicknesser.
  • Apply safety precautions necessary for the safe operation of the bandsaw, circular saw and planer thicknesser.
  • Understand the functions of guards and safety devices.
  • Safely set up the tool settings and prepare the bandsaw, circular saw and planer thicknesser for use.
  • Safely operate the bandsaw, circular saw and planer thicknesser

Why Should You Attend?

Further your knowledge on safety procedures and good working practices for fixed workshop machinery.

Programme

Registration

Health and Safety update

Practical Demonstrations

Practical Assessments

Revision and Q&A

Exam

Plenary/Feedback/Evaluation

Commitment

Attend on 1 day and undergo both written and practical assessment. It is recommended that a refresher course be undertaken every 5 years.

The course will be held at SSERC in Dunfermline. Our SSERC buildings are at 2 Pitreavie Court, Dunfermline, KY11 8UU. SSERC is a short (5-10 minutes) walk from Rosyth railway station and close to the end of the A823(M) spur off Junction 2 of the M90 motorway. Car journey times (approximately): Edinburgh – 30 min; Glasgow – 60 min; Aberdeen – 2.5 hours; Inverness – 3 hours.

Oct
27
Wed
Introductory Physics
Oct 27 – Oct 28 all-day
Introductory Physics

Dates:  

27th – 28th October 2021 (Closing Date: 10th September 2021)

Applying for this course is no longer possible as the closing date has passed.

Please email us at enquiries@sserc.scot if you would still like to register your interest.

Audience

School Technical Support Staff. Access to this unit will be at the discretion of the centre.

Rationale

This course forms part of a suite of competency based CLPL for support staff.

Course Leader

Gregor Steele

01383 626070
gregor.steele@sserc.scot

Cost    £200

Funding  None available

The SALTERS National Awards for Science Technicians

The aim of the Awards is to highlight the importance of technicians in enabling high quality practical work in science in schools and colleges, with the emphasis on promoting and supporting the professional learning and upskilling of technician teams. Don’t worry if you’re the sole technician in a school or college – you’re still eligible!

Click here for more information on the awards.

Outcomes

Outcome 1

Demonstrate knowledge and understanding related to school physics laboratory equipment and its safe use.

Knowledge and/or Skills

  • Safety procedures and good working practices
  • Identify common physics equipment and apparatus.
  • Show confidence in carrying out experiments using a variety of

Outcome 2

Demonstrate understanding of setting up equipment, measuring techniques and basic fault finding.

Knowledge and/or Skills

  • Show confidence in setting up the equipment.
  • Accurately interpret and record measurements.
  • Demonstrate competence in basic fault finding techniques.

Why Should You Attend?

This unit is primarily intended to provide learners with the knowledge and skills in the safe use of physics laboratory equipment and apparatus in an educational environment.

Programme

Day 1

1, Introduction.

Health and Safety in Physics,

Various demonstrations (interactive) including lasers, portable appliances,  Van de Graaff generator.

2, Sources of information and useful contacts will be discussed.

Light gates, meters, basic circuits, electronics kit, ray boxes, Using light gates and timers.

Measuring current, voltage and resistance.

Basic fault-finding using meters.

Assembling circuits using Unilab Alpha kit.

Using ray boxes with lenses and prisms.

3, Power supplies, signal generators, oscilloscopes, AC and DC supplies.

Smoothed and unsmoothed DC.

Stabilised power supplies.

Signal generator controls.

Using a signal generator with a loudspeaker.

Setting up an oscilloscope.

Using an oscilloscope with a signal generator.

4, Plenary session,

Day 2  

1, Issues encountered in school*,

2, Practical assessment, Participants are observed carrying out practical activities. In one activity involving     light gates and timers, participants may bring apparatus from their base school.

 3, Written assessment,

4, Plenary., Question and Answer Session.

Commitment

Attend on 2 days and undergo both written and practical assessment.

The course will be held at SSERC in Dunfermline. Our SSERC buildings are at 2 Pitreavie Court, Dunfermline, KY11 8UU. SSERC is a short (5-10 minutes) walk from Rosyth railway station and close to the end of the A823(M) spur off Junction 2 of the M90 motorway. Car journey times (approximately): Edinburgh – 30 min; Glasgow – 60 min; Aberdeen – 2.5 hours; Inverness – 3 hours.

Nov
3
Wed
Safe Use of Fixed Workshop Machinery
Nov 3 – Nov 4 all-day
Nov
9
Tue
Maintenance of Fixed Workshop Machinery
Nov 9 – Nov 11 all-day
Maintenance of Fixed Workshop Machinery

This course is primarily intended to provide learners with the knowledge and skills for the safe use and maintenance of fixed workshop machinery and tools. The unit also aims to instruct learners on the safe procedures for carrying out associated tasks such as blade changing and the inspection and cleaning of dust extraction systems. The essential underpinning knowledge and skills gained here will be invaluable during employment or further study.

Dates:

9th -11th November 2021 (Closing Date: 24th September 2021)

Audience

School Technical Support Staff. Access to this unit will be at the discretion of the centre but there must be evidence that learners have undergone training in the use of fixed workshop machinery. This training can either be college, school based or through a craft apprenticeship.

Rationale

This course forms part of a suite of competency based CLPL for support staff.

Course Leader

Duncan Lamb
01383 626070
duncan.lamb@sserc.scot

Cost

£300

Funding

None available

The STEM Inspiration awards

The STEM Inspiration awards are a free award scheme, designed to celebrate individuals and organisations working to inspire young people in STEM subjects.

Outcomes

By the end of this course you should be able to:

  1. Understand the Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations (PUWER) as they relate to both safe use and maintenance of work equipment
  2. Demonstrate understanding in the Written Scheme of Examination (WSE) in maintenance of equipment and fixed machines.
  3. Demonstrate an understanding of safe lock off procedures and safe procedures when lock off is not possible
  4. Identify and use the correct personal protective equipment needed for individual machine maintenance.

Why Should You Attend?

Further your knowledge on safety procedures and good working practices for fixed workshop machinery.

Programme

Day 1

Provision and use of Work Equipment Regulations

Close examination of the individual regulations and how they apply to machines in use within an education environment.

Application of the regulations as they apply specifically to maintenance

Written Schemes of Examination (WSE)

Examination and discussion of the Written Schemes of Examination (WSE)

Examining generic and specific machine tool maintenance

Maintenance procedures – Safe system of Work

Examination of the Maintenance Procedure

Lock – Off procedure and paddlocks

Completing Record Cards

Emergency Stop System Maintenance

Regime and records for regular checks of emergency stop systems (Room / Machine)

Day 2

Machine Tool Maintenance

Practical Work – candidates carry out machine maintenance, using corrct procedures, completing record cards in work book.

Practical Assessment: Maintenance

Circular Saw

Planer Thicknesser

Bandsaw

Bandfacer

Hobby Dust Extraction

Hand Tools

Power Tools

Day 3

Machine Tool Maintenance

Practical Work – candidates carry out machine maintenance, using correct procedures, completing record cards in work book.

Practical Assessment: Maintenance

Circular Saw

Planer Thicknesser

Bandsaw

Bandfacer

Hobby Dust Extraction

Hand Tools

Power Tools

Revision Session

Questions and answer – overview of main points

Answers and discussion – hand tools and power tools maintenance

Written Assessment

45 minute question paper

Plenary & Evaluation

Question and answer / feedback / contact details

Commitment

Attend on 3 days and undergo both written and practical assessment. It is recommended that a refresher course be undertaken every 5 years.

The course will be held at SSERC in Dunfermline. Our SSERC buildings are at 2 Pitreavie Court, Dunfermline, KY11 8UU. SSERC is a short (5-10 minutes) walk from Rosyth railway station and close to the end of the A823(M) spur off Junction 2 of the M90 motorway. Car journey times (approximately): Edinburgh – 30 min; Glasgow – 60 min; Aberdeen – 2.5 hours; Inverness – 3 hours.

Safety in Microbiology for Schools
Nov 9 – Nov 11 all-day
Safety in Microbiology for Schools

Dates:  9th – 11th November 2021

Closing date: 24th September 2021

For additional 3 Day and 1 Day refresher courses run by SSERC Accredited Partners, click HERE

Audience

School Technical Support Staff. Access to this unit will be at the discretion of the centre.

Rationale

This course forms part of a suite of competency based CLPL for support staff.

Course Leader

Annie McRobbie

T: 01383 626070 ext 221
annie.mcrobbie@sserc.scot

Cost

£600

Funding

Enthuse bursary of £480

The STEM Enthuse awards

The STEM Enthuse awards are a free award scheme, designed to celebrate individuals and organisations working to inspire young people in STEM subjects.

More information will be available when it is released.

Outcomes

Outcome 1

You will be introduced to microbiological techniques.  The lectures/tutorials for this outcome will focus on:

  • Preparation for microbiological work;
  • Aseptic techniques;
  • Preparation and sterilisation of media;
  • Use of autoclave for sterilisation;
  • Sub-culturing, slide preparation and staining;
  • Treatment of spillages and disposal;
  • Identifying micro-organisms using smears and Gram’s stain.

Outcome 2

In this outcome you will be introduced to the methods for disinfection and sterilisation of microbes.  You will also learn how to:

  • Prepare media;
  • Perform sub-culturing techniques and keep records;
  • Identify microbial samples using smear techniques and the Gram’s stain test; use chemical disinfectants;
  • Autoclave;
  • Treat spillages and dispose of waste.

Why Should You Attend?

Further your knowledge on safety procedures and good working practices for microbiological work in an educational environment.

Programme

Day 1

Introduction

Risks and the need for good working practices

Preparation for microbiological work

Aseptic Techniques

Preparation and sterilisation of media

Use of Autoclave

Sub Culturing

Day 2

Spills

Sterilisation and disinfection

Slide preparation and staining

Treatment of spillages and disposal

Day 3

Media Prep assessed practical

Subculturing assessed practical

Smear and prep gram’s stain assessed practical

Written Assessment

Close and Plenary

Commitment

Attend on all 3 days and undergo both written and practical assessment.

Overnight accommodation will be provided at a local hotel.

The course will be held at SSERC in Dunfermline. Our SSERC buildings are at 2 Pitreavie Court, Dunfermline, KY11 8UU. SSERC is a short (5-10 minutes) walk from Rosyth railway station and close to the end of the A823(M) spur off Junction 2 of the M90 motorway. Car journey times (approximately): Edinburgh – 30 min; Glasgow – 60 min; Aberdeen – 2.5 hours; Inverness – 3 hours.

Nov
17
Wed
Intermediate Physics
Nov 17 – Nov 18 all-day
Intermediate Physics

Dates: 

  • 17th-18th November 2021  (Closing Date: 1st October 2021)

Audience

School Technical Support Staff. Access to this unit will be at the discretion of the centre, but it is recommended that learners have undergone Introductory Physics first.

Rationale

This course forms part of a suite of competency based CLPL for support staff.

Course Leader

Gregor Steele
01383 626070
gregor.steele@sserc.scot

Cost

£200

Funding

None available

The SALTERS National Awards for Science Technicians

The aim of the Awards is to highlight the importance of technicians in enabling high quality practical work in science in schools and colleges, with the emphasis on promoting and supporting the professional learning and upskilling of technician teams. Don’t worry if you’re the sole technician in a school or college – you’re still eligible!

Click here for more information on the awards.

Outcomes

Outcome 1

Demonstrate knowledge and understanding related to school physics laboratory equipment and its safe use.

  • Safety procedures and good working practices
  • Identify common physics equipment and apparatus.
  • Show competence in carrying out experiments using a variety of apparatus

Outcome 2

Demonstrate understanding of setting up equipment, measuring techniques and basic fault finding.

  • Show competence in setting up the equipment.
  • Accurately interpret and record measurements.
  • Demonstrate competence in basic fault finding techniques

Why Should You Attend?

Further your knowledge on safety procedures and good working practices for advanced physics equipment.

Programme

Day 1

9:30   Introduction. Programme, assessment, resources.

9:45   Health and Safety in Physics. Focussing on areas that are largely unique to physics.

10:15  Demonstrations: –

  • The gas laws
  • Working with lasers
  • Ultraviolet light
  • Circuits revisited

Set-ups are demonstrated in the lab.

11:00  Break

11:30   Practical Session. Delegates have a chance to work together trying out activities for themselves.

12:45   Lunch

13:45   Demonstrations + Practical Session

  • Teltron tubes
  • Discharge lamps (spectral lamps)
  • Using vacuum pumps and bell jars
  • Detecting radiation

Set-ups are demonstrated, then delegates have a chance to try them for themselves.

15:15 – 15:30      Plenary session, “homework” issued.

Day 2                                                                            

9:30   Practice questions and discussion. Classroom style discussion session

10:45  Break

11:15   Practical assessment. Single set up from the demonstrations witnessed

12:45  Lunch

13:45  Written assessment

Following the written assessment, delegates who wish to re-attempt one or more of the practical activities may do so.

15:15 – 15:30  Evaluation and Close

Commitment

Attend on 2 days and undergo both written and practical assessment.

The course will be held at SSERC in Dunfermline. Our SSERC buildings are at 2 Pitreavie Court, Dunfermline, KY11 8UU. SSERC is a short (5-10 minutes) walk from Rosyth railway station and close to the end of the A823(M) spur off Junction 2 of the M90 motorway. Car journey times (approximately): Edinburgh – 30 min; Glasgow – 60 min; Aberdeen – 2.5 hours; Inverness – 3 hours.

Nov
26
Fri
Safe Use of Fixed Workshop Machinery (Refresher)
Nov 26 all-day
Safe Use of Fixed Workshop Machinery (Refresher)

The purpose of this unit is to refresh learners on the safe use of bandsaws, circular saws and planer thicknessers.

The course is suitable for learners who have completed Safe Use of Fixed Workshop Machinery within the last 5 years, and are regular users of the equipment.

In order to be certified in this refresher course, you have to have attended the full Two Day SSERC Safe Use of Fixed Workshop Machinery course.

By the end of this unit the learner will be able to:

  • Demonstrate refreshed knowledge and understanding related to the safe use of the bandsaw, circular saw and planer thicknesser.

Dates:

26 November 2021 (closing date: 22 October 2021)

Audience

School Technical Support Staff. Access to this unit will be at the discretion of the centre but there must be evidence that learners have undergone training in the Safe Use of Fixed Workshop Machinery. This training has to have been the SSERC Safe use of Fixed Workshop machinery Course.

Rationale

This course is a one day refresher for Safe Use of Fixed Workshop Machinery

Course Leader

Alan Purves
01383 626070
alan.purves@sserc.scot

Cost

£100

Funding

None available

The STEM Inspiration awards

The STEM Inspiration awards are a free award scheme, designed to celebrate individuals and organisations working to inspire young people in STEM subjects.

Click here for more information on the Inspiration awards.

Outcomes

By the end of this course you should be able to:

  • Demonstrate knowledge and understanding related to the safe use of the bandsaw, circular saw and planer thicknesser.
  • Apply safety precautions necessary for the safe operation of the bandsaw, circular saw and planer thicknesser.
  • Understand the functions of guards and safety devices.
  • Safely set up the tool settings and prepare the bandsaw, circular saw and planer thicknesser for use.
  • Safely operate the bandsaw, circular saw and planer thicknesser

Why Should You Attend?

Further your knowledge on safety procedures and good working practices for fixed workshop machinery.

Programme

Registration

Health and Safety update

Practical Demonstrations

Practical Assessments

Revision and Q&A

Exam

Plenary/Feedback/Evaluation

Commitment

Attend on 1 day and undergo both written and practical assessment. It is recommended that a refresher course be undertaken every 5 years.

The course will be held at SSERC in Dunfermline. Our SSERC buildings are at 2 Pitreavie Court, Dunfermline, KY11 8UU. SSERC is a short (5-10 minutes) walk from Rosyth railway station and close to the end of the A823(M) spur off Junction 2 of the M90 motorway. Car journey times (approximately): Edinburgh – 30 min; Glasgow – 60 min; Aberdeen – 2.5 hours; Inverness – 3 hours.

Dec
1
Wed
Safe Use of Fixed Workshop Machinery
Dec 1 – Dec 2 all-day
Feb
3
Thu
Safe Use of Fixed Workshop Machinery Refresher
Feb 3 all-day
Safe Use of Fixed Workshop Machinery Refresher

The purpose of this unit is to refresh learners on the safe use of bandsaws, circular saws and planer thicknessers.

The course is suitable for learners who have completed Safe Use of Fixed Workshop Machinery within the last 5 years, and are regular users of the equipment.

In order to be certified in this refresher course, you have to have attended the full Two Day SSERC Safe Use of Fixed Workshop Machinery course.

By the end of this unit the learner will be able to:

  • Demonstrate refreshed knowledge and understanding related to the safe use of the bandsaw, circular saw and planer thicknesser.

Dates:

26 November 2021 (closing date: 22 October 2021)

Audience

School Technical Support Staff. Access to this unit will be at the discretion of the centre but there must be evidence that learners have undergone training in the Safe Use of Fixed Workshop Machinery. This training has to have been the SSERC Safe use of Fixed Workshop machinery Course.

Rationale

This course is a one day refresher for Safe Use of Fixed Workshop Machinery

Course Leader

Alan Purves
01383 626070
alan.purves@sserc.scot

Cost

£100

Funding

None available

The STEM Inspiration awards

The STEM Inspiration awards are a free award scheme, designed to celebrate individuals and organisations working to inspire young people in STEM subjects.

Click here for more information on the Inspiration awards.

Outcomes

By the end of this course you should be able to:

  • Demonstrate knowledge and understanding related to the safe use of the bandsaw, circular saw and planer thicknesser.
  • Apply safety precautions necessary for the safe operation of the bandsaw, circular saw and planer thicknesser.
  • Understand the functions of guards and safety devices.
  • Safely set up the tool settings and prepare the bandsaw, circular saw and planer thicknesser for use.
  • Safely operate the bandsaw, circular saw and planer thicknesser

Why Should You Attend?

Further your knowledge on safety procedures and good working practices for fixed workshop machinery.

Programme

Registration

Health and Safety update

Practical Demonstrations

Practical Assessments

Revision and Q&A

Exam

Plenary/Feedback/Evaluation

Commitment

Attend on 1 day and undergo both written and practical assessment. It is recommended that a refresher course be undertaken every 5 years.

The course will be held at SSERC in Dunfermline. Our SSERC buildings are at 2 Pitreavie Court, Dunfermline, KY11 8UU. SSERC is a short (5-10 minutes) walk from Rosyth railway station and close to the end of the A823(M) spur off Junction 2 of the M90 motorway. Car journey times (approximately): Edinburgh – 30 min; Glasgow – 60 min; Aberdeen – 2.5 hours; Inverness – 3 hours.

Mar
2
Wed
Electrical Safety and PAT
Mar 2 – Mar 3 all-day
Electrical Safety and PAT

Dates:

2-3 March 2022 (closing date: 28 January 2022)

Audience

School Technician staff. Access to this unit will be at the discretion of the centre.

Rationale

This course forms part of a suite of competency based CLPL for school support staff.

Cost

£200

The STEM Inspiration awards

The STEM Inspiration awards are a free award scheme, designed to celebrate individuals and organisations working to inspire young people in STEM subjects.

Click here for more information on the Inspiration awards.

Outcomes

Outcome 1

You will be introduced to electrical safety procedures and regulations. The tutorials for this outcome will focus on:

  • legislation
  • safety procedures
  • record keeping
  • identification of common faults.

Outcome 2

In this outcome you will be introduced to basic electrical theory and portable equipment testing. The tutorials for this outcome will focus on:

  • using ohms law in calculations
  • calculating correct fuse values
  • choosing the correct cable for equipment class
  • correctly wiring a plug top for different equipment classes
  • operating a portable appliance tester (PAT).

Why Should You Attend?

This unit is intended as a stand-alone unit for the career long professional learning of those working as technical support staff in education.

Programme

Day 1 morning

Introduction

Legislation

Risks and the need for good working practices.

Inspection and test schedules

Record Keeping

LUNCH

Day1 afternoon

Demonstrations of formal visual and full inspection tests.

Identifying Class I and II equipment

Damage avoidance to equipment under test.

PLENARY

Day 2 Morning

Assessment preparation and practice tests.

Assessed Practicals

LUNCH

Day 2 afternoon

Revision and Q&A

Written assessment.

EVALUATIONS AND PLENARY

Commitment

Attend on 2 days and undergo both written and practical assessment. It is recommended that a refresher course be undertaken every 5 years.

The course will be held at SSERC in Dunfermline. Our SSERC buildings are at 2 Pitreavie Court, Dunfermline, KY11 8UU. SSERC is a short (5-10 minutes) walk from Rosyth railway station and close to the end of the A823(M) spur off Junction 2 of the M90 motorway. Car journey times (approximately): Edinburgh – 30 min; Glasgow – 60 min; Aberdeen – 2.5 hours; Inverness – 3 hours.

Mar
9
Wed
Chemical Handling
Mar 9 – Mar 10 all-day
Chemical Handling

Dates:

  • 9-10 March 2022 (closing date: 28 January 2022)

Audience

School Technical Support Staff. Access to this unit will be at the discretion of the centre. It is recommended, but not essential, that you have attended Introductory Chemistry before attending this course.

Rationale

This course forms part of a suite of competency based CLPL for support staff.

Course Leader

Chris Lloyd

01383 626070
chris.lloyd@sserc.scot

Cost    £200

Funding  None available

The SALTERS National Awards for Science Technicians

The aim of the Awards is to highlight the importance of technicians in enabling high quality practical work in science in schools and colleges, with the emphasis on promoting and supporting the professional learning and upskilling of technician teams. Don’t worry if you’re the sole technician in a school or college – you’re still eligible!

Click here for more information on the awards.

Outcomes

Outcome 1

Demonstrate knowledge and understanding related to chemical handling.

Knowledge and/or Skills

  • Safety procedures and good working practices.
  • Methods of preparing solutions.
  • Methods of preparing gases
  • Methods of standardising solutions

Outcome 2 

Carry out techniques related to chemical handling

Knowledge and/or Skills

  • Preparation of common laboratory solutions
  • Disposal of chemicals
  • Handling and disposal of Alkali metals
  • Preparation of gases

Why Should You Attend?

This unit is primarily intended to provide learners with the knowledge and skills in the safe use of chemistry laboratory chemicals, equipment and apparatus in an educational environment.

Programme

Day 1

9:00 – 9:30                 Arrival and coffee

9:30 – 10:00               Assessing Risk

10:00 – 11:00         Preparing solutions – Sulphuric acid, Hydrogen Peroxide, Sodium hydroxide

11:00 – 11:30              Coffee

11:30 – 12:00              Primary standards and standardising solutions

12:00 – 1:00                COSHH, Chemicals and control measures

1:00 – 1:45                  Lunch

1:45 – 2:30                 Chemical labelling, storage and disposal

2:30 – 3:15               Gas production Hydrogen, Chlorine and Carbon Dioxide

3:15 – 4:00                 Moles and calculations

Day 2

9:00 – 9:30                 Arrival and coffee

9:30 – 11:00            Titration

11:00 – 11:30              Coffee

11:30 – 1:00            Alkali metals, bromine water preparation and distillation set up.

1:00 – 1:45                  Lunch

1:45 – 2:30                  Revision

2:30 – 3:30                 Assessment

3:30                             Depart

Commitment

Attend on 2 days and undergo both written and practical assessment.

The course will be held at SSERC in Dunfermline. Our SSERC buildings are at 2 Pitreavie Court, Dunfermline, KY11 8UU. SSERC is a short (5-10 minutes) walk from Rosyth railway station and close to the end of the A823(M) spur off Junction 2 of the M90 motorway. Car journey times (approximately): Edinburgh – 30 min; Glasgow – 60 min; Aberdeen – 2.5 hours; Inverness – 3 hours.

Safe Use of Fixed Workshop Machinery
Mar 9 – Mar 10 all-day