​1970 - 1979​



1970
Mr Tony EVANS
To study recent developments in TV procedures for Current Affairs Programmes – UK, France

Mr Jim GILCHRIST
To attend a course in the control of insect infestation in cereal grains and to study grain inspection methods – UK, Germany, India, Canada, USA, Japan

Mr Geoff SMITH
Therapeutic Hostels



1971
Mr Jack HARRISON
To undertake advanced study under clarinettists of international standing – UK, USA, France

Mr Bill HARWOOD
To study modern vocational rehabilitation organisations (Sheltered Workshops) at Goodwill Industries and similar institutions – USA, Canada, UK, Sweden, Holland, Germany

Mrs Marie MCCUDDEN (now Kormendy)
To gain further experience in modern methods of teaching multiple handicapped deaf children and in parent guidance – USA

Dr Gerald MILNER
To visit clinics and laboratories to become familiar with the latest developments in the use and abuse of drugs and their relation to community health problems – Switzerland, UK, USA, Sweden, Belgium

Miss Miria WORTHINGTON
To study developments in the treatment of the mentally retarded, more particularly the multiple handicapped – UK, Denmark, Sweden



1972
Mrs Annette GOERKE
To study advanced organ playing under Mme Marie-Claire Alain, a famous organ teacher, and to attend a summer academy for organists – France, Netherlands

Mr A JULIAN
To undertake a course at the University of Manchester, leading to a Diploma in Drama, including specialist studies in the practical aspects of the theatre (direction, writing, design and administration) – UK

Dr Ann MORTIMER (now Zubrick)
To undertake 12 months postgraduate study in speech pathology, with special reference to the treatment of language disturbance due to head injury, at the University of Michigan – USA

Mr Geoff RICHARDSON
To gain advanced practical experience in the prosthetic rehabilitation of disfigured and handicapped patients (particularly those affected by facial and intra-oral injuries) by study and observation at major plastic and maxillo-facial surgery centres – USA

Mr Leslie YOUNG
To undertake a course in industrial relations at the McGill University, Montreal – Canada



1973
Mrs Pat QUINLIVAN
To broaden knowledge and experience as a physiotherapist – Israel, Holland, UK

Mr Robert SANSON-FISHER
To study how communities approach the human and economic problems posed by anti-social groups in society – USA, Canada, UK

Mrs K.W. TODD
To undertake studies and observation in family psycho-dynamics and the treatment of children and their families in relation to these findings – UK, USA, Canada

Mr Colin TROTMAN
To undertake a Master's Degree in the field of Agricultural Extension work at the University of Reading – UK

Mr Vincent WARRENER
To study artistic and administrative management of overseas Opera Companies – USA, UK, Austria, Italy, France



1974
Mr Denis COLE
To study a nautical science diploma course – Canada

Mr Peter DOWDING
To study legal advice facilities – UK, Canada

Sgt John HORTON
To study techniques in the disposal of bombs and other hazardous devices – UK, USA

Mr S. ROSCIC
To investigate the management of vineyards and marketing procedures in grapes and vegetables – USA

Mr Barry SANDERS
To investigate waste water treatment methods – South Africa, UK, USA

Mr Don WALLACE
To undertake general training in tidal theory and practice at renowned centres – UK

Mr Ken WILDY
To study the use of stained glass – UK



1975
Dr John BLACK
To visit medical physics centres with particular reference to the range of facilities offered and to the use of computers in coronary care and neurophysiology – UK, USA

Miss Joy BRANN
To study overseas developments in health care programmes where a move has been made away from hospital board to community orientated services – UK, USA, Canada, India, Thailand, Fiji, Malaysia, Yugoslavia, Switzerland

Mr Simone DE HANN
To undertake studies in playing Trombone – UK, Germany

Mr Owen FISENDEN
To consult distinguished teachers of the flute on playing techniques etc – UK, France, Hungary, Holland, Japan

Dr Ken FITCH
To study the effects of exercise on asthma patients – USA, UK, Canada, Sweden

Mr Glen WHITING
To study overseas developments in the construction and use of small glass melting tanks – USA



1976
Miss P.A. EDMUNDS-HILL
To examine and study overseas rehabilitation programmes in respect of such aspects as community needs, staff participation, training of nurses, etc – UK, USA, Canada

Mr Peter FLETCHER
To study overseas methods in the breeding and management of Angora Goats – USA

Dr Carolyn MATHER
To study and gain first hand information from overseas authorities on various aspects of acoustic legislation – USA, UK, Germany, Switzerland, Sweden, Japan

Mr Ian TEMPLEMAN
To study local Government's involvements in "The Arts" – Canada, UK, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Holland, France

Mr I. WARMAN
To study recent overseas developments in cleft palate prosthetic restorations and other "full  mouth" restorations necessary following cancer and car accidents etc – USA, UK, Germany, Switzerland, Liechtenstein

Mrs Angela WHIFE
To observe latest developments in the organisation, management and procedures adopted in residential riding holiday camps for disabled children – UK, USA



1977
Dr D.T. BRIDGE
To undertake a course of study for the Diploma of Tropical Medicine at Liverpool – UK

Mr R McKAMPBELL
To undertake the Diploma course in conservation studies of the Institute of Advanced Architectural Studies – USA

Mr Ron HALL
To study techniques of fire prevention and supporting legislation mainly concerning high rise buildings – USA, UK, Hong Kong

Mrs Pam SEAGER
To study the work of overseas organisations concerned with the treatment of rheumatism and arthritis – US, UK, Canada

Det Sgt Jim ZAKNICH
To attend a detective training school at New Scotland Yard, London, followed by attachment to the Fraud Squad – UK

Mr Michael ZEKULICH
To study the rapidly growing Middle East market for agricultural products – Kuwait, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Libya



1978
Mr John KEATING
To study models and methods to enhance the Holyoake programme and the residential educational and information services and facilities for alcohol and drug dependent persons and their families – USA

Mr Bill MORRIS
To study the operation of Citizen Advocacy and similar programmes as applied in support of retarded people's welfare – Canada, USA, UK, Denmark, Sweden

Mr Aarne NEEME
To study overseas developments from a Theatre Director's viewpoint, in theatre and drama – UK, France, Germany, Belgium, Holland, Denmark, Sweden

Dr Tom RIGGERT
To study overseas developments in the field of wildlife research with particular emphasis on wetland management and wildlife film making – Germany, UK, USA, Canada

Mr Geoff SHAW
To study how selected museums help meet the educational and recreational needs of the communities they serve – UK, USA, Canada, Denmark, West Germany, Mexico



1979
Mr Gary BOWLER
To study the delivery and utilisation of counselling services in the field of family law – USA, Canada, UK

Mrs Lynne CARLIN
To undertake a programme of study and inquiry into the field of fashion design and costume – UK, France, Italy

Mr Campbell CORNISH
To study as an art gallery exhibitions officer, the methods of exhibiting, packaging and handling of works of art and the administration of statue and travelling art exhibitions at art museums in New York – USA

Mr Kevin KENNEALLY
To study as a botanist, methods of encouraging amateur participation in natural history collection – UK, Sweden, Denmark, Holland, France, Germany

Mr John LYNCH
To study the Hulch Tillage system of wheat farming which has been developed in the semi-arid areas to preserve soil moisture by zero tillage and stubble mulching – USA, Canada

Mr Philip NOBLE
To study as a bio-engineer, the prescription, design and fabrication of special seating and mobility aids for the disabled – UK, USA, Canada, Holland

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