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Events happening near by B8082 Hilton Inverness Scotland United Kingdom



The Proclaimers



Venue:
Inverness Leisure
Bught Lane Highland

When:
Fri, 23 Nov 2018 7.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Jake Bugg



Venue:
Ironworks
122B Academy Street Highland

When:
Thu, 22 Nov 2018 7.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


REHIS Intermediate Food Hygiene (4 Day Course)


Dates 19, 20, 26 November & 3 December, 2018 Client Group Cooks, chefs, supervisors or managers in the foodpreparation and serving industry. Aim The aim of this course is to provide a deeper understanding of food hygiene than is provided at the elementary level. With greater emphasis on HACCP based procedures. Award A written examination must be taken on completion of the course. Successful candidates receive the Certificate in Intermediate Food Hygiene awarded by the Royal Environmental Health Institute of Scotland (REHIS). SCQF Level 7 ITA Scotland £200 funding is available for this course through the Individual Training Account (ITA). To apply for your funding, please follow this link: https://www.myworldofwork.co.uk/learn-and-train/ sds-individual-training-accounts-ita * Subject to eligibility To pay by Invoice, Cheque or Individual Training Account (ITA) Please contact: Inverness College Business Solutions Team on: 01463 273666

Venue:
Inverness College
An Lòchran, 10, Inverness Campus Inverness

When:
Mon, 19 Nov 2018 9.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Informing Scotland - Armed Forces and Veterans Champions, Highland


Veterans Scotland are delighted to announce that we will be hosting a Regional Gathering of Armed Forces and Veteran’s Champions and others who are committed to support our ex-Service community across Highland. Informing Scotland has been funded by the Forces in Mind Trust (FiMT), a £35 million funding scheme run by the FiMT using an endowment awarded by the Big Lottery Fund. This will allow Veterans Scotland and partners to provide updates and the opportunity to consider in more depth the current situation for the Armed Forces Community living across the region. Networking and sharing ideas on how issues facing veterans can be met to reduce the risk of suffering/ disadvantage as a result of Service will be encouraged on the day. The gathering will be hosted by Highland Council, and will be held in the Inverness Town House. Tea and coffee will be available from 10am and the Gathering will commence at 10:30am and will finish by 3:30pm. Lunch will be provided. If you have any questions please email  [email protected] or if you need to notify us of any special accessibility or dietary needs. The programme for the day includes presentations from the following organisations: * Highland Council * Skills Development Scotland * RFEA - The Forces Employment Charity * Poppyscotland * Highland Council Military Liasion Group (Education) We look forward to seeing you all on the day and ensuring that the Arned Forces Community across Highland are well supported.

Venue:
Inverness Town House
High Street Inverness

When:
Tue, 20 Nov 2018 10.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Level 1 Referees Course (21 November & 28 November 2018)


MUST ATTEND BOTH DATES Interested in becoming a referee? Passing a Level one refereeing course qualifies you to referee school and club rugby matches – as well as joining your local referee society. You must complete the World Rugby RugbyReady online assessment before attending a Level one course. The Level 1 course is 6 hours in total and is mainly classroom based with some practical elements. The course is free but should you wish to referee for your local referee society, you will be asked to pay the annual subscription. All attendees will receive a Law Book, Law Variation Cards and course handouts. After you've completed the course and passed the exam you are required to do an on-field assessment.  This can be arranged through your local referee society.  With all this successfully completed you are licensed to referee up to and including Regional League 2, Schools, and youth rugby To register for a place on one of the scheduled courses, select the course of your choice from the list below and register your details.  Consideration will be given to any requests by clubs to hold a course for their members at the club outside the dates of the scheduled course listed below –  there will be a charge of £100 to run any course not on the planned schedule.

Venue:
Highland RFC
Bught Rd Highland

When:
Wed, 21 Nov 2018 6.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Book Lunch at the Sheiling Training Restaurant


Enjoy affordable fine dining in our fully licensed Sheiling Training Restaurant. The restaurant located on the ground floor is open Tuesdays and Wednesdays for lunch, with orders taken between 12.00pm and 1.15pm. Sample a delicious two (£6.00) or three (£8.00) course menu prepared by our professional cookery students and served by our hospitality students. Booking is essential. For parties of four people or less, please select a date and time to reserve a table via Eventbrite. For larger parties or if you have any questions, call 01463 273 323. By eating at our restaurant, you are helping Inverness College UHI train the masterchefs and hospitality professionals of the future. Take a look at our sample menu: Please take a look at our TripAdvisor page for the Sheiling Restaurant: https://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Restaurant_Review-g186543-d12205584-Reviews-The_Sheiling_Restaurant-Inverness_Scottish_Highlands_Scotland.html FAQs I have dietary restrictions, how do I notify the restaurant? Every menu has gluten-free and vegetarian options available. Please make your waiter aware if you have any other dietary requirements. What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event? Inverness College UHI has 3 car parks where visitors to the Sheiling Restaurant can park, free of charge!  How can I contact the organiser with any questions? If you have any questions, please call 01463 273 000.  

Venue:
Inverness College
An Lòchran, 10, Inverness Campus Inverness

When:
Wed, 21 Nov 2018 12.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Nairn Thunderbolts | U10 Skill Centre


Highland Rugby Community Development Programme will be hosting an Under 10 (P4 & P5) Skill Development Day at Nairn Academy on Tuesday 20th November, 2018.Venue | Nairn Academy Astro TurfAge | U10's (Primary 4&5's)Price | FREEDate | Tuesday 20th November, 2018Time | 4pm-5pmNo Experience NecessarySign up using the link to confirm your attendance.Highland Rugby Skills Centres focus on the core values & skills of Rugby Union. Boys and Girls who attend the session will learn through the Principles of Play and 'The Highland Way' . The Programme is delivered by Highland Rugby Development staff with the emphasis on Rugby's FUNdamentals in a fun and friendly learning environment.This Skills Centre is part of the 'Just Play' initiative.

Venue:
Nairn Academy
Nairn

When:
Tue, 20 Nov 2018 4.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Improving Customer Experience with LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY®


With LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® we build, we share and we learn.  Join accreditated facilitator Lindsay Dunbar as she supports you to explore how you can work better as a team or individually, to improve your customer, audience, participant or client experience. The LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® (LSP) Method is based on a set of fundamental beliefs about leadership and organisations. People naturally want to contribute, be part of something bigger and take ownership of ideas. All too often, leaders leave knowledge untapped in their teams but allowing each team member to contribute and speak out results in a more sustainable business.The purpose of LSP is to change “lean backwards meetings” into “lean forward meetings” resulting in more participation, more insights surfaced, more engagement and, ultimately, more commitment and faster implementations.LSP is a facilitated thinking, communication and problem-solving technique for use with organisations, teams and individuals. It draws on extensive research from the fields of business, organisational development, psychology and learning, and is based on the concept of “hand knowledge.” Refreshments and a lunch of soup and sandwiches will be provided. Every participant leaves with ideas, answers and a bag of Lego Serious Play bricks for future use.

Venue:
Impact Hub Inverness
67A Castle Street Inverness

When:
Thu, 22 Nov 2018 10.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Introduction to Resource Efficiency


Following the successful delivery of a full one day workshop with Resource Efficient Scotland this Spring, Scottish Golf are hosting four Introduction to Resource Efficiency courses to help explore the many ways in which clubs can save money by reducing water, energy and waste bills.   We understand that peoples time can be limited, which is why this condensed version of the full one day workshop will take place from 7pm-9pm. In those 2 hours we will look at the basics of saving money through resource efficiency and include an overview of the Scottish Golf buying group, which has already helped to save thousands of pounds across over 100 golf clubs in Scotland.   By attending this short seminar you will; Know how to go beyond compliance to identify opportunities to save your club money Improve environmental performance Gain free access to time saving tools and templates Learn how to access funding for your club Leave with a sound understanding of how the Scottish Golf buying group can help your club and how you can sign up   This seminar is designed for anyone in your club who influences or has direct responsibility for managing resources, utilities or environmental performance, such as club managers/secretaries or finance convenor.

Venue:
Loch Ness Golf Club
Slackbuie Avenue Inverness

When:
Thu, 22 Nov 2018 7.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


on various days

How To Wreck Your Business


How to Wreck Your Business... It's perhaps not the event you're used to, and whilst many books have been written on the subject of growing your business, few have illustrated How to WRECK Your Business. This is my story of how I started, and grew, a multi-million pound, multi outlet, award winning, print business and lost that business on its 20th Birthday.  How?   The "how" may surprise you.   EIGHT errors were all it took to start a chain reaction that led to receivers rather than birthday celebrations.  80% of businesses today are making most of those errors.   Perhaps you're shaking your head?  Perhaps your shaking all over? I am delighted that once again, The Royal Bank of Scotland have asked me to present this seminar.  I'll share with you the AVOIDABLE mistakes I made.  What they were, and how to avoid them. The seminars are free to attend, we'll also provide breakfast rolls, teas and coffees. I'll also provide a variety of tools to help your business - unless of course you do want to wreck your business.   Knowing and not doing is worse than not knowing. Come along to the Glenmoriston Hotel in Inverness.  The event runs from 8am until 10am and I'll remain afterwards to answer any questions.   The dates are:  23rd August, 27th September, 25th October, 29th November, 24th January, 28th February, 28th March and the 25th April.  The content for each event will be different and will focus on those EIGHT avoidable errors. Book now, as these events sell out quickly. Each seminar will share "the story", then focus on each of the EIGHT errors in more detail - feel free to attend one or more of the events - eight bacon rolls never killed anyone. #1 – Thou shalt not plan…23rd August If you want to wreck your business, then do NOT plan.  90 Day Planning, Business Plan, 5-3-1 Vision Planner, Marketing Plan – Do NOT do any of that.   I know, it's all in your head.   What did you have for lunch two weeks passed Tuesday?   Can't remember?  Yet, your entire Business Plan is in your head.   I'll share with you some of the simplest planning tools you have ever seen.  If you don't want to wreck your business, come along. We’ll also cover targeted marketing at this point as well – what I refer to “bandwith” in the book. #2 – Thou shalt not learn…27th September If you want to wreck your business do not continue to learn.  We leave school and stop learning, we start a business without any knowledge at all.   The vast majority of businesses fail (80%) not because the owner is not good at the "job" - it's because they don't know business... Learn before you earn, read a book a week for the rest of your life.  We know our craft, our trade, do we know business, do we know marketing, do we know social media, do we know finances, do we know, do we know......... ?  In this seminar we'll cover all the elements of business allowing YOU to score yourself.   Be honest now. #3 – Thou shalt not test and measure... 25th October If you want to wreck your business do not Test and Measure.  Everything the business does must be tested and measured.  We’ll explore testing, measuring, split testing and KPI’s dashboards.   You can only improve what you accurately measure.  How can you make a decision about your newspaper advert, social media campaign, website SEO etc if you don't know EXACTLY how they perform?    Many businesses deem a high number of enquiries as a successful campaign - it's not if they aren't converting to sales! #4 Thou shalt not manage time effectively... 29th November Too busy, delegation, eat that frog, to do lists, prioritise, top tasks, this topic will focus on getting more time free in everyone’s diary.   Some very simple hints and tips to avoid the age-old excuse, "I don't have time for that" - you do of course HAVE THE TIME,  it's never a time problem, it's a delegation or prioritising problem.   #5 Thou shalt not be a SWOT... 24th January If you want to wreck your business DO NOT do a SWOT analysis, (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, Threats).  However, don’t become fixated with it, know your competitors, know your market.  Threats and weaknesses, you identify today are opportunities for tomorrow’s strengths.     What threats are facing your business?   What are your weaknesses, list four?      #6 Thou shalt not know thyself... 28th February DISC profiles are one of the most powerful tools you can have in business.  DISC allows you to understand why people behave the way they do... it's a LOT of fun too.     Some people want lots of detail and information, for others it's bullet points.   Some people have empathy for others, some really don't see it.   Some people are fast paced, go getters, others prefer a slower, methodical thought process.   Knowing your DISC profile is good, knowing your team's and customer's is invaluable.   We'll also look at VAK - visual people against auditory people.  This is exactly the same as trying to talk in a different language.  When you know behaviour and learning styles,  communication and effective working EXPLODES. #7 Thou shalt not know your finances...28th March Cash flow, turnover, profit, margin, five ways, 10% improvements, marginal gains.  We'll do an illustration here that shows how powerful small changes in 5 elements of the business WILL deliver massive results.  You must KNOW the numbers though.   It was one of the biggest errors I made.    #8 Thou shalt NOT delegate... 25th April The importance of building a team, delegating tasks, only you should do what only you can do.  This is all about building a scalable business, a business that is not reliant on YOU. We'll show you the difference between the Technician / Manager / Entrepreneur and how important getting the right balance is.   Having a small business will, without doubt, mean you wear multiple hats.  It's wearing the right hat at the right time that matters.  

Venue:
Glenmoriston Townhouse Hotel Inverness
20 Ness Bank Inverness

When:
Thu, 22 Nov 2018 8.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am

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