26 Oct 2016 - 22 Mar 201716:00
A research seminar series hosted by the Department of History & Archaeology.
2 Nov 201613:00 - 16:00
A collection of curiosities from the world of medicine, nursing, midwifery and social work.
2 Nov 201616:00 - 17:30
Dr Alison O'Donnell, University of Dundee
8 Nov 201616:00 - 18:30
A course suitable for practitioners working with young children under five years of age.
9 Nov 2016
9 Nov 201612:30 - 14:00
Professor Susan Mary BenbowVisiting Professor of Mental Health and Ageing at the University of Chester
9 Nov 201615:30 - 18:00
This course will address the essential skills and practice to, Sensory Issues and their Impact on Everyday Living, and Managing the behaviour of children and young people with an Autistic Spectrum Condition.
9 Nov 201619:30 - 22:00
A Public Event in Honour of the Appointment of
Professor George J. Brooke
as Visiting Professor in Biblical Studies in the Department of Theology and Religious Studies
To include an abridged educational screening of Ancient Mysteries: The Dead Sea Treasure Map, panel discussion, and wine reception.
Sponsored by Brill Academic Publishers.
10 Nov 201616:00 - 18:30
Use of the Wide Range Assessment of Visual Motor Abilities (WRAVMA) in testing
10 Nov 201616:45 - 19:00
Our PGCE/School Direct Open Evenings will help you plan your next steps to becoming a teacher.
10 Nov 201618:30
Professor Craig Twist, Department of Sport and Exercise Sciences
Professorial Inaugural Lecture
Sport scientists are meant to contribute to the body of knowledge that influences the practice and performance of athletes and coaches. However, reality dictates that several challenges and external factors must be overcome to ensure sport science research actually influences the practices and behaviours of those at the sporting coalface. Sport scientists must think carefully about the relevance of their work to the end-user and, more importantly, how findings should be interpreted and then communicated to best inform practice.
10 Nov 201619:00Assessing the hazard of low frequency, high magnitude landslide events; the role of the engineering geologist
Lecture by Steve Parry, Consulting Engineering Geologist, in association with the Geological Society (North West Regional Group), the North Wales Geology Association, and the Department of Geography and International Development at the University of Chester.
14 Nov 201616:00 - 18:30
To provide an overview of basic coaching techniques that can be used to drive improvement.
14 Nov 201618:30 - 20:30
You are warmly invited to a Public Lecture by: David Keane, Police and Crime Commissioner for Cheshire.
15 Nov 201616:00 - 18:30
16 Nov 201612:30 - 14:00
Sarah MatthewsSocial Work Lead,Open University in the North West of England and Yorkshire
16 Nov 201613:30 - 15:30
Dr Gurnam Singh and Professor Glynis Cousin will lead a seminar which will seek to provide a brief historical and contemporary overview of the issues commonly known as the BME attainment gap. In so doing, the seminar will highlight some of the contradictions and complexities on both conceptualising the problem of attainment and developing appropriate pedagogical interventions.
16 Nov 201615:30 - 18:00
17 Nov 201609:00 - 16:30
'Supporting the Armed Forces Community', presented by the Westminster Centre for Research and Innovation in Veterans’ Wellbeing
17 Nov 201619:30
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