10 Jan - 27 May 2022
Channel Islands - East Midlands - East of England - Ireland - London - North - North West - Online - Overseas - Scotland - South - South East - South West - Wales - West Midlands - Yorkshire
The British Horse Society Ireland is delighted to be able to offer an online course entitled How to Access Online Training as an Attendee
This course is available on demand.
This course is the first of a series of four online IT based training course...
30 Jan - 30 Jan 2022
Level One offers an introduction to highway law, rights of way records, changes to bridleways and what to do about blocked or difficult to use bridleways and byways.
This virtual course is a live interactive day of roughly 1.5 hour modules, with bre...
3 Feb - 3 Feb 2022
This free online training session is to enable people to start using www.bhsaccess.org.uk/2026 to plot routes of interest and gather and record evidence. Covering registering as a user with the site, plotting routes, uploading images, using the Natio...
13 Feb - 13 Feb 2022
Level Two builds on the Level One content and primarily considers documentary evidence for modification order applications, with some attention to public path orders and more complex problems that may arise on bridleways or byways.
Completion of Leve...
3 Mar 2022
Scotland - Strathclyde
Join Richard Johnston-Smith, Performance Coach BHSI and BHS Strathclyde for an informative virtual evening.
6 Mar - 6 Mar 2022
8 Mar - 8 Mar 2022
England and Wales
This free webinar is open to everyone interested in finding out more about the 2026 extinguishment day, identifying unrecorded routes, a brief introduction to documentary research and the process of making an application to add a br...
11 Mar 2022
To protect routes from extinguishment in 2026, it is vital that DMMO applications to record them are correctly made and all the necessary boxes are ticked; by the end of the session, participants should understand the basic requirements of the legisl...
20 Mar - 20 Mar 2022
Online - East Midlands - East of England - London - North - North West - South - South East - South West - Wales - West Midlands - Yorkshire
Level Three progresses from Level Two and considers more advanced law and its application in more complex situations. It also looks further at user evidence and modification order applications.
Completion of Level Two is normally required before this...
5 Apr - 5 Apr 2022
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