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Old 20 February 2012, 17:09   #1
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WiSe Training

I have been made aware of a one day course on the 10th March in Poole, run by the WiSe organisation. It concerns the interaction with marine wildlife (or not) and would be of interest to commercial operators and other boat owners.

Please see Home - WiSe Scheme for further info

The cost is 60+Vat

Please PM me and I will send contact info

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Waiting for one to be arranged in Scotland, good course I been told

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Waiting for one to be arranged in Scotland, good course I been told

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Choice of two in March see: New WiSe Accreditation Courses Announced - WiSe Scheme
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lol - if I had a time machine those are 2011 dates...I fell for that too !

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Don't you just hate it when Websites are out of date!
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Don't you just hate it when Websites are out of date!
yes - not very wise !
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It is a good course for anyone who ventures out to sea and even those with Rag & stick too
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The 2012 dates can be found here:
Wild Scotland: 2012 WISE (Wildlife Safe) Accreditation Courses, Napier University, Edinburgh
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no car parking, and park at your own risk ...so I think I need to bow out for this course - although I really wanted to go to this course...

i don't understand why people don't consider parking etc when choosing venues.

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Is there no public transport that you could use? Park the car up somewhere safer and get the bus the rest of the way?
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