Matthew Tosh (2013194)



ASP Stats

Membership Number

2013194

Company

Freelancer

Member Since

May 29, 2013

Experiences Logged

128


ASP Recognised Courses
Awareness Course (1 Day)
Hawth Theatre, Crawley
May 29, 2013

Personal Training
First Aid At Work (3 day course)
British Red Cross Centre, Bristol
Mar 2016 - No Expiration Date
Creative Industries Safety Passport (IOSH accredited)
BECTU, London
May 2015 - No Expiration Date
BPA Firer's Course & Examination
Skyburst The Firework Co.
Mar 2015 - No Expiration Date
BPA FEAT lecturer training
Outfields Farm, Graze Hill Lane, Ravensden, Bedford
Jan 2014 - No Expiration Date
BPA Level 2
Skyburst The Firework Co.
Mar 2008 - No Expiration Date
BPA Level 1
Skyburst The Firework Co.
May 2007 - No Expiration Date
Class 1 Dangerous Goods ADR
Chemfreight DGT, Bristol
Oct 2006 - No Expiration Date

Personal Experience
Date Venue Description
Nov 12, 2012 Bath Supervision of stage pyro and streamer effects for The One Show (live BBC outside broadcast).
Nov 6, 2012 Royal Institution of Great Britain, London Design, rig and operation: Fireworks lecture for schools.
Oct 27, 2012 Manchester Metropolitan University Design, rig and operation: Manchester Science Festival fireworks & special effects lecture
Oct 18, 2012 Alhambra Studio theatre, Bradford Bradford Science Festival - stage pyro design, rig & operation for science stage show
Oct 17, 2012 Bradford College, Bradford Design, rig and operation: 3 school science shows
Oct 11, 2012 The Corn Exchange, Bourne Design, rig and operation: Science of fireworks stage show
Oct 6, 2012 Royal Institution of Great Britain, London Family Fun Day - colours and visual effects demonstration lecture
Sep 4, 2012 Aberdeen Arts Centre Design, rig and operation: Science of fireworks stage show, including choreographed pyromusical display.



Disclaimer: Competency

The Association believes that competence is an ongoing process determined by a members individual history in both training and experience. The Association does not make any claim to judge competency of the individual members. The register is provided as a centralised database for information sharing for interested parties to make their own informed judgements of competency. The accuracy of all training and experience information presented in the Association Register of Members is the responsibility of the individual member.