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Replay to Partner With IOG to Offer Training

Thu 16th Jun 2011 | Football Stadiums & Facilities

The Institute of Groundsmanship (IOG) has teamed up with two of the UK’s leading exponents of synthetic playing surface maintenance to offer the groundscare industry a new series of one-day training courses to enable delegates to maintain the quality, longevity and cost-effectiveness of artificial surfaces. The first of these training days has taken part with maintenance staff from Lillishall National Sports Centre.


This tripartite agreement between the IOG, Charterhouse Turf Machinery and Replay Maintenance will present delegates with a Synthetic Surfaces Training experience that is unrivalled for content and cost-effectiveness, and will combine the three organisations’ particular areas of expertise:
 
· The IOG’s renowned training, education and consultancy services;
· Replay Maintenance’s acknowledged experience in maintaining all types of synthetic surfaces for optimised playing performance and maximised revenues and life expectancy; and
· Charterhouse Turf Machinery’s world-leading range of Verti-Art machinery and equipment for the maintenance of synthetic surfaces.
 
The Synthetic Surfaces Training schedule will commence in June and will be held at various venues throughout the country. Visit http://www.iog.org/ for details.

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