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Jimeoin Swindon


See Jimeoin Swindon, an amusing comedy that everyone is talking about! Buy your tickets to Jimeoin Swindon in Wyvern Theatre now, StubHub offers tickets to a number of plays, concerts and comedy shows, so you don´t have a reason to stay at home anymore. You have endless posibilities to spend a free evening!

Venue:
Wyvern Theatre
Theatre Square Swindon

When:
Fri, 15 Feb 2019 7.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


The Vamps Swindon


Good News!  The Vamps Swindon tickets are ready for purchase here at StubHub!  If you are a fan of The Vamps then get ready to be excited, because we have finally got the tickets for The Vamps Swindon that will be taking place at Oasis Leisure Centre Swindon! Don't you want to be there and watch The Vamps belt it out on stage?  Well here is your chance - purchase The Vamps Swindon tickets here a StubHub and that dream will become a reality in no time! 

Venue:
Oasis Leisure Centre Swindon
North Star Avenue Swindon

When:
Tue, 30 Apr 2019 7.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Reginald D Hunter



Venue:
Wyvern Theatre
Theatre Square Swindon

When:
Wed, 8 May 2019 8.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


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System Operations on AWS Course Certified SysOps Administrator Associate


The Systems Operations on AWS course is designed to help individuals operate highly available and scalable infrastructure on the AWS platform. In this course, we demonstrate how to effectively manage and support AWS resources. We cover concepts such as provisioning infrastructure, deploying applications, tracking costs, monitoring utilization, and creating backups  Full course content on https://go.courses/course/systems-operations-on-aws  or email [email protected] for moe information  View our AWS video of a class delivered at the AMAzon HQ https://go.courses/videos This course is designed to teach you how to:  Use Amazon EC2 features to provision, monitor, scale and distribute compute infrastructure Create Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) resources such as subnets, network access control lists, and security groups Backup AWS and on-premise resources using AWS services Create Amazon EC2-VPC subnets Use Amazon CloudWatch metrics to monitor the health and utilization of AWS resources Use AWS CloudFormation to automate infrastructure provisioning and deployment Leverage resource tagging to allocate costs and optimize resource planning This course will cover the following concepts on each day: Day 1 AWS platform and access Amazon VPC AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) Amazon EC2 Amazon Elastic Block Store (EBS) Hands-on Labs Day 2 Tagging Monitoring Backup (AWS resources and on-premise resources with AWS services) Operations Security Hands-On Labs Day 3 Logging Elastic Infrastructure (Auto Scaling, Elastic Load Balance, Launch Configuration) Cost Control Hands-On Labs Note: course outline may vary slightly based on the regional location and/or language in which the class is delivered. If you are looking attend this course and would like help with local accommodation then please get in touch with our team. If you would like to discuss having this course delivered in-house then please contact us directly or visit our in-house training section.

Venue:
Swindon
The Carriage Works , London St Swindon

When:
Sun, 20 Jan 2019 8.30am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


on various days

UTC Swindon - Weekly drop-in sessions


We are now running weekly drop-in sessions from 5-6.30pm every Wednesday. Meet our Principal Jon Oliver, take a tour and learn what UTC Swindon has to offer you.

Venue:
UTC Swindon
Bristol Street Swindon

When:
Wed, 23 Jan 2019 5.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


How to Manage a Museum Shop: Retail Management Essentials for Cultural Shops


About the Day This session will look at some of the key skills and advice needed to manage a successful shop at a museum or heritage site. Starting with a review of the reasons for having a shop the day will include advice and discussion on: Measuring performance Sourcing, selecting and buying in stock Setting the selling price and achieving target gross profit margins Developing bespoke product Stock control Shopfitting There will also be an introduction to visual merchandising skills. Who should attend? The session is aimed at anyone responsible for running the shop or buying in stock at a small or medium size museum and especially those who may not have had much, or any, formal training in retail management skills in the past. What will you learn? Delegates will learn: How to measure and manage shop performance About a vision and buying policy for stock How and where to source suitable product How to set the selling price to achieve target gross profit margin How to go about developing bespoke products About the pros and cons of electronic stock control systems Some visual merchandising techniques Some key points for effective shopfitting How does this session relate to Arts Council England’s Accreditation Standard? 1.4: Effective forward planning 1.6: Demonstration of financial basis 3.1.6: respond to tourism and local priorities where appropriate Session Leader: Peter Holloway, Retail Thinking Peter has extensive experience of working with a broad range of clients in the heritage and cultural sectors and advising on many retail issues. He trained in the John Lewis Partnership, where he held management positions in several stores and worked in a variety of product fields. He was a buyer and Assistant to the General Manager in an independent department store before joining National Trust Enterprises where he was responsible for the management and profitability of all the Trust’s shops in Wales. Peter established the Retail Thinking consultancy in 2002 and clients have included Bristol Museums, Shire Hall Historic Courthouse Museum, Dorchester, Westminster Abbey, Leeds Castle, Edinburgh City Museums & Galleries, The Florence Nightingale Museum and Biggin Hill Memorial Museum.   www.retailthinking.co.uk How do we use the data you supply us? * For full details on how the information supplied to us as part of the booking process is used please see our Privacy Policy here: http://www.southwestmuseums.org.uk/terms-conditions/

Venue:
Chippenham Museum
9-10 Market Place Chippenham

When:
Tue, 22 Jan 2019 10.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Faraday Challenge at RAL 2019: REGISTRATION OF INTEREST


The Rutherford Appleton Laboratory is pleased to be working with the IET once again to host a Faraday Challenge Day on Tuesday 22 January 2019, from 09:15 - 15:00. Faraday Challenge Days are part of a nationwide scheme run by the Institute of Engineering and Technology. The one day STEM activity is designed for teams of six students in Year 8 (ages 12-13). The students will research, design and make prototype solutions to tough engineering problems.  You can find more information on the Faraday Challenge website: http://faraday.theiet.org/stem-activity-days/faraday-challenge-days/ The winners of each event win prizes for themselves and a trophy for their school. The top three teams from across the UK will win an all-expenses paid trip to the National Final in June 2019, where they will compete for a cash prize of up to £1,000 for their school. Many of our events are oversubscribed.  Registration of interest will close on 6 November 2018, and then schools will be allocated places on a random basis.  All schools will be contacted on 7 November 2018.

Venue:
Science & Technologies Facilities Council
Road Eighteen Chilton

When:
Tue, 22 Jan 2019 9.15am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Clean Growth and Infrastructure Innovation Event: Clean Energy - Harwell


Following the launch and subsequent evolution of the Space and HealthTec Clusters at Harwell Campus, the new EnergyTec cluster is the latest multi-disciplinary success story to emerge from the campus. The Faraday Institution at Harwell Campus has received £64m from the Government to accelerate battery technology in the UK; one of the major strands of the Government’s Industrial Strategy for future growth and economic development in the UK. This special event is a partnership between Harwell Campus, the Knowledge Transfer Network (KTN) and Innovate UK, and will include presentations from organisations that belong to the EnergyTec Cluster at Harwell, the proof of concept energy call and the support provided by KTN for innovation covering funding and opportunities. This is part of a much broader story of innovation and technological advancement with clean energy linking to the industrial strategy, targets for cutting emissions extending into universities and research bodies in both the UK and globally. The event will promote funding opportunities available for innovators working across the supply chain in Clean Growth and providing insights from a panel comprised of people with considerable sector and regional expertise. Delegates can expect: insights into local and large industry needs and drivers pointers and tips from successful grant winners valuable insights on topics and future funding opportunities the support available locally and nationally to develop applications the opportunity to participate in brokerage sessions throughout the day, and form new relationships the chance to learn more about the sector, meet with relevant experts and connect with other businesses   Agenda: 09:30 Registration 10:00 Welcome and Overview Emma Southwell-Sander, STFC and Louise Jones, Knowledge Transfer Network 10:10 Opening Address Barbara Ghinelli, Harwell, STFC 10:20 Session 1: Energy Landscape, Government Challenges and Commercial Opportunities Corin Taylor, Decarbonised Gas Alliance David Hytch, Innovate UK Benjamin Mousseau, EDF Energy Mohammed, Belal, Mirico Barbara Ghinelli, Harwell Campus 11:15 Break & Networking 11:30 Panel Discussion with Q&A: How Cross Sector and Multi-Sector Collaboration Will Grow the UK’s Energy Capabilities Chair: Neil Morris Panel: Corin Taylor, Benjamin Mousseau, Barbara Ghinelli, Mohamed Belal, Johnson Matthey 12:30 Lunch & Networking  13:30 Session 2: Workshops 13:30 Workshop 1: KTN - Opportunities, Pitching and Winning Funds 14:30 Workshop 2: Harwell Living Lab - Commercial Opportunities  15:15 Closing Remarks 15:30 Networking  16:00 Close   LEARN Hear from STFC, Innovate UK, KTN and EEN on the funding, finance and support available in the sector Be inspired by success stories Gather information about the proposal evaluation process and receive guidance on dos and don’ts for proposal preparation MEET Informal networking during breaks staggered throughout the day. 1:1’s - take up the opportunity for on the day support with 1:1s with IUK, KTN (Technical and Access to funding and finance team), IP, R&D tax credit assistance  

Venue:
Satellite Applications Catapult
Electron Building Harwell

When:
Thu, 24 Jan 2019 9.30am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Calne Referral Link - Phelps Parade Tues 22nd January 2019


BACK WITH A BANG IN THE NEW YEAR! REFERRAL LINK CALNE - 22nd January 2019 Enjoy friendly and supportive networking and generate great referrals to boost your business. This is a fantastic opportunity to network with other professional businesses, create connections to the community in which you work and enjoy a fantastic breakfast. So what are you waiting for? Come along and join in our friendly group and 'Let's Get Connected'!! With our unique focus on community as well as business, Referral Link not only creates a wealth of business opportunities through a friendly and unpressured networking format, but helps to build links between businesses and the wider community where we all live as well as work. Following a well-established friendly and fun meeting format, this event is for you to come along and meet like minded people. Our aim is to help build each other's business through recommendations and referrals. It's a perfect and well proven way  to elevate your business or gain support and exposure for your community or charity organisation. Please note, this group is growing and as members join we will restrict attendance to one business per sector and will therefore let you know after booking if there is any potential conflict of interest with any current members. We are happy to refund your booking if you or we feel you cannot attend after we have made you aware of a restriction. Please contact us if you have any questions regarding membership ([email protected]).  See all our events here: REFLINK EVENTS REFERRAL LINK NETWORKING BUSINESS & COMMUNITY The Referral Link is a thriving business and community networking group for anyone who runs or is part of a business or community group in the Wiltshire area. We meet fortnightly at the the Farmhouse Cafe Bakery & Deli - Calne, The Methuan Arms in Corsham & The Snooty Fox in Warminster for breakfast and an opportunity to help fellow businesses and community groups grow through good quality referrals. We will also be starting our latest groupin in Devizes -September 2018. Following our now well-established friendly meeting format, this event is for you to come along and introduce yourself and meet like minded people. Our aim is to help build each other's business through recommendations and referrals. What a perfect way to elevate your business! We also focus on community, charity and social groups and events in the local area, helping to build links between our businesses and the wider community. Please do pass this on to fellow members of the local business community as we actively encourage non members to our breakfast meetings to see for yourself what we're all about. Anyone from Wiltshire and the surrounding counties are welcome to our meetings. We are particularly interested in welcoming tradespeople and retailers to help broaden the group.   *Buy One Get One Half Price - We would love you to bring along a friend or colleague who is new to Referral Link - just use the Introduce a Friend ticket at checkout (limited number available). 
Note: When you book you can make a Breakfast choice consisting of: - Full English 
- Vegetarian - Gluten Free 
- Continental Please also let us know of any special dietary requirements by email prior to the event.
 


We look forward to greeting you.

 Cheers,
 The Referral Link Team   Please note that as Referral Link are a community organisation and are liable for all booking and venue fees that all ticket fees are non-refundable once booked regardless of your attendance at the meeting. Please ensure you will be available for the meeting at the point of booking. In the event of Referral Link cancelling a meeting due to circumstances arising then please be assured you will be refunded via Eventbrite for that ticket or offered a transferrable ticket to another meeting.  

Venue:
The Farmhouse Cafe Bakery & Deli
20 Phelps Parade Calne

When:
Tue, 22 Jan 2019 7.45am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


The London Haydn Quartet


In 1799 Haydn was writing his last quartets just as Beethoven was writing his first. Haydn's F major quartet, written with the humour and eloquence that earned him his reputation as the greatest composer of quartets, a grand masterpiece full of inspired invention. Beethoven's B flat major quartet, firmly rooted in the grammar established by the monumental legacy of Haydn and Mozart, but unmistakably uttered through the new dramatic narrative of the young composer. A style so severe in its departure, it marks the time as a turning point in chamber music and surely would have contributed to Haydn's sudden retirement from the genre. Accompanying these two works, one of Mozart's last quartets, written with the cellist king of Prussia in mind. For the occasion, Mozart borrows a particularly egalitarian style of quartet writing from Haydn to achieve this typically tuneful and operatic quartet. Presenting these works from this trio of original string quartet masters is the London Haydn Quartet. Having dedicated themselves to the traditions of music from this era, they perform the world over from London’s Wigmore Hall and New York’s Carnegie Hall to the Sydney Opera House. Their recordings of the complete Haydn quartet cycle on the Hyperion label have been met with international acclaim.  

Venue:
St Lawrence's Chruch
The Croft Hungerford

When:
Fri, 25 Jan 2019 8.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am

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