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The following courses have been arranged:  Full details of all courses are available from: Paul Charlton - Charlton Agricultural Solutions  pcharlton.cas@btinternet.com  Phone: 07742 410742

DTAS New Assessors Training Course - 3/4 July at SJ Bargh, Lancaster - FULLY BOOKED (download)

We are pleased to announce that a DTAS New Assessors Training Course has been arranged 3/4 July at SJ Bargh, Lancaster for any suitably qualified personnel who wish to become qualified as assessors under the DTAS scheme. The event is also open to existing assessors who want to refresh their expertise, and to haulier staff that may have responsibility for self-assessments or who just wish to become more familiar with the scheme.

The first day will primarily cover the current DTAS Standards and the second day will feature a practical session followed by an exam, which delegates must pass before being able to move on to the next stage of the process, which is to undertake their first assessment, shadowed by an existing DTAS registered assessor, within three months of the course.

 

DTAS Awareness Courses:  (download)

Due to last minute cancellations, we now have a limited number of places available for the DTAS Awareness Course that is taking place on Tuesday, 14th August  at SJ Bargh, Longton depot, Stoke-on-Trent.  If you would to reserve any places on this course, please notify Paul Charlton (using the contact details above) as soon as possible.

The Awareness course scheduled for Tuesday, 18th September at SJ Bargh, Longton depot, Stoke-on-Trent is now fully booked.  We are, however, in the process of organising a futher course, and an additional one in Northern Ireland, and details of both will be circulated to all members when the necessary arrangements have been confirmed.

These courses are for people who wish to gain a good and effective understanding of the DTAS Standards, but do not (necessarily) wish to become assessors.

They have been developed for Managers, Supervisors and new personnel of hauliers and milk purchasers to improve their knowledge of the Standards, and how they need to be applied within their organisation.

They cover all the DTAS Standards, focusing on what is required to comply with them, and also includes practical element