The Groundsman

October 2013

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18 GET INTO GROUNDS " the Groundsman October 2013 It is important to provide a full progression opportunity " "An enhanced and more streamlined planning and assessment process has been developed following feedback from learners. This will significantly assist our learners and will provide the sort of learning journey which aims to be at the forefront of industry service delivery. "To help employees and employers provide quality surfaces and environments which are fit for purpose, as well as financially viable, we are expanding the available learning opportunities to further support the desires and aspirations of everyone in our industry. "It is important to provide a full progression opportunity and to help succession planning as people move out of the industry or retire. This will ensure existing employees and new career recruits have the necessary work skills to contribute to the continued success of our industry," he concludes. l Current chair of the IOG Young Board of Directors and head groundsman at the Ricoh Arena John Ledwidge at the IOG's Get Into Grounds exhibit at SALTEX THE ROTARY MOWER THAT CAN'T BE BEAT. The competition doesn't want you to know how good the Ransomes HR300 out-front rotary mower is. They can't match its direct hydraulic drive system, making it quieter than theirs. They can't provide the renowned durability of the Ransomes brand. They can't offer the operator comfort. And with the optional TST Stability Feature, they can't even get near us on slopes. When it comes to the Ransomes HR300, the competition can't do anything but hope you don't find out how good it really is. I guess we just ruined that for them, too. FOR LEGENDARY PERFORMANCE CALL 01473 270000 www.ransomesjacobsen.com IOG/HR300/09/2013 Visit www.iog.org for more information and digital editions

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