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CPD Events in February 2018

  • Salford Professional Development

    Suicide Prevention Conference: Reaching those at most risk

    The suicide rate in Britain fell by 4.7% in 2016; the third consecutive annual reduction. Despite this positive step; more work is needed in order to meet the Mental Health Taskforce’s target of reducing the rate by 10% by 2020. The Health Select Committee has labelled the Government’s National Suicide Prevention Strategy England “essentially sound” but called for more funding and a greater focus on practical implementation. Join us for the Suicide Prevention Conference where speakers from NHS; social care and charity sector will explain what can be done to support those at risk of taking their own life.

  • Disabled Living

    Disabled Living; Moving & Handling People Safely including Single handed Care

    1 Day Course linking legislation involved with Moving and Handling and the principles of safe moving and handling of people with one or more carers; involving local issues; risk assessments; problem solving and practical techniques. Suitable as yearly Moving and Handling Update

  • Centre for Strategy and Communication Ltd

    Time management for managers

    As Oscar Wilde said “No man is rich enough to buy back his past.” Spending your time effectively will mean you get much more out of your life. It is the key to work life balance and wellbeing at work. Our Time management training courses show managers how to take a positive approach to time management. It highlights the skills and techniques required to make the most of every day; without feeling overwhelmed by work overload and the demands of their job and their team.

  • London School of Public Relations

    Business Strategy for PR

    The two day training will provide you with an overview of the analytical business tools used to facilitate planning and forecasting. You will be trained in the process of making informed decisions for your branding strategies.

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    How do People Really Think about Climate Change?

    How does new information about climate change impact our existing beliefs? Cass Sunstein identifies some surprising biases and findings

  • NFH Consultancy

    Building Community Business that Lasts

    Building a business and sustaining it is not easy; however; this short accredited course will aim to offer you some helpful hints to future proof your business. Learn to – understand your market; build a strategy; develop an online presence; be cost effective; make transactions easier; and ensure your confidence grows.

  • MA Education

    Nursery World Show

    Two-day programme of 20 hour-long professional seminars and two half-day expert-led masterclasses on early years and childcare practice.

  • E.M.S. Electro Medical Systems SA

    SDCA - Swiss DolorClast Academy - training course

    Training on Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy in theory and practice.

  • Centre for Strategy and Communication Ltd

    Moving into management

    A two-and-a-half-day management training course specifically designed for people embarking on a new role in management. The course content is aimed at the development of confidence; knowledge and skills with a particular focus on the identification and development of crucial people skills that are needed to supervise and motivate teams. Delegates will leave with a bespoke development plan; targeting the development of wider management skills appropriate to their role and industry.

  • London School of Public Relations

    PR & Reputation Management Diploma

    The practical 5 day Diploma training event focuses on how to create communication campaigns; manage brands; predict and reduce risk; protect and enhance reputation; and create strategic communications plans; which engage effectively with your stakeholders.

  • Phoenix Healthcare Distribution Limited

    Managing and Working in a Safer Dispensing Practice

    This is an informative and interactive training session which looks to examine dispensary practices & behaviour and provide advice to improve the accuracy in the dispensing process. It will highlight how to best handle those near misses and significant events. The session will also cover the dispensing of Monitored Dosage Systems in Dispensing Practice.

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    Universal Declaration of Human Rights at 70: rejuvenate or retire?

    At the beginning of the year in which the UDHR’s 70 birthday will be commemorated around the globe; Francesca Klug asks: is the Declaration no longer relevant for our modern world or has its time finally come

  • About my Brain Institute

    i4 Neuroleader Certification Program

    The i4 Neuroleader Certification Program will expand your toolbox with a revolutionary brain-based and holistic leadership development model and methodology. Instil brain-friendly practices and ride the wave into the future. Face-to-face component: This blended 3-day experiential face-to-face and online certification teaches you to apply the i4 Methodology when conducting leadership development; coaching; wellness and cultural transformation initiatives. Online component: A 16-hour online certification program that covers the latest developments in brain-based leadership and how to apply the i4 Neuroleader Model & Tools when developing brain-friendly leaders and teams.

  • Salford Professional Development

    Nursing Conference 2018: Training for the future

    Join us for the Nursing Conference 2018 where experts from across the health service will explain how the NHS can overcome existing challenges and how the role of the nurse will change in the coming years.

  • About my Brain Institute

    i4 Neuroleader Certification Program

    The i4 Neuroleader Certification Program will expand your toolbox with a revolutionary brain-based and holistic leadership development model and methodology. Instil brain-friendly practices and ride the wave into the future. Face-to-face component: This blended 3-day experiential face-to-face and online certification teaches you to apply the i4 Methodology when conducting leadership development; coaching; wellness and cultural transformation initiatives. Online component: A 16-hour online certification program that covers the latest developments in brain-based leadership and how to apply the i4 Neuroleader Model & Tools when developing brain-friendly leaders and teams.

  • The Point of Care Foundation

    Schwartz Community Event

    Developed by the Schwartz Center in Boston; Schwartz Rounds have been implemented in more than 300 sites in the USA and over 115 in the UK. Schwartz Rounds are a structured confidential multidisciplinary forum designed for all staff to come together once a month to discuss and reflect on the emotional and social aspects of caring for patients (not to solve problems). Schwartz Rounds can help staff feel more supported in their jobs; to give them the time and space to reflect on their roles which they might not otherwise have in their everyday routines on busy hospital wards. At each Schwartz Round a panel of three or four staff describe an experience relating to care or interactions with patients. Following this; two trained facilitators open the discussion to the audience and encourage the staff to reflect on the emotional experience of delivering care. The facilitators have been trained to deliver the Schwartz Rounds according to a specific model; which is structured and evidenced-based. This year we will be hosting two Schwartz Rounds conferences to provide an opportunity for all members of the Schwartz Community to come together and share and reflect on their experiences of running Schwartz Rounds; as well as the chance to think about the future of Rounds. The conferences will be run in London and Manchester and will each follow a similar programme (see full programmes attached) Hosting the conferences in two locations will allow for more local networking and support in helping run Schwartz Rounds.

  • The Diana Award

    Anti-Bullying Ambassadors Training for Staff and Students

    Through Anti-Bullying Ambassadors training; The Diana Award equips young people; staff and parents to effectively tackle bullying in their schools; communities and online. This peer-to-peer training empowers attendees with the knowledge; skills and confidence to reduce bullying; and is often highlighted by Ofsted as best practice in whole-school approaches to anti-bullying.

  • Ascentis

    Creating a Dyslexia Friendly Classroom

    This training will explore the strengths and difficulties of a Dyslexic profile and investigate effective strategies to employ within the classroom for learners with Dyslexia. Training is suitable for SENCo’s; HLTA’s; Head Teachers and Deputy Head Teachers.

  • British Council for Offices - BCO

    IELTS Stakeholder Information Seminars

    These free seminars are aimed at all IELTS stakeholder groups (universities; schools; colleges; professional registration bodies; or employers who uses IELTS tests). The day includes the following interactive presentations: IELTS Overview; Test Validity & Reliability; Band Score Setting; Security; and UK Visa & Immigration Changes.

  • London School of Public Relations

    Branding

    The two day training will train you on how to create successful; engaging and effective communication strategies for your brand.

  • Phoenix Healthcare Distribution Limited

    Managing and Working in a Safer Dispensing Practice

    This is an informative and interactive training session which looks to examine dispensary practices & behaviour and provide advice to improve the accuracy in the dispensing process. It will highlight how to best handle those near misses and significant events. The session will also cover the dispensing of Monitored Dosage Systems in Dispensing Practice.

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    Law: war and human rights

    This training will be held on a Monday evening over a 2 day period annually. This training is relevant not only to those who need to be able to apply the international human rights law framework to the law of war in their work; but also to those who are interested in the added value of human rights and in discussing and analysing all of these issues. It will be of will be of great strategic value for those involved in developing government policy and practice. Military lawyers will be able to update their knowledge. Equally it will be highly beneficial for those who hold government to account; including journalists; campaigners; politicians and those acting for victims of conflict. It will be highly rewarding to academics and students and those with a general interest in war and conflict and how it is being regulated.

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    100 Years of Votes for Women: an LSE Law celebratio

    On February 6th 1918 with the coming into force of the Representation of the People Act; women were by law first given the vote in this country. Even though this foundational right only applied to a restricted category of women initially the dam had been breached and the universal franchise would soon follow. 100 years on to the very day; LSE Law will be marking this constitutional watershed with speeches from Brenda Hale; Shami Chakrabarti; and Nicola Lacey.

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    Can Finance Save the World? Bertrand Badré in Dialogue with Gordon Brown

    Former World Bank Group CFO Bertrand Badré discusses his recently published book Can Finance Save the World? with former British Prime Minister Gordon Brown. Together they will reflect on the destructive role finance played in the global crisis of 2007-2008 and how finance might be transformed into a force for good.

  • NPAG- Thames Management Services

    Occupational Health Course - Sickness Absence Management Referrals

    To provide nurse with the daily and professional skills and experience that they require to undertake their duties. Those attending will gain clinical skills; which will serve to support further academic qualifications and training.

  • The Diana Award

    Anti-Bullying Ambassadors Training for Staff and Students

    Through Anti-Bullying Ambassadors training; The Diana Award equips young people; staff and parents to effectively tackle bullying in their schools; communities and online. This peer-to-peer training empowers attendees with the knowledge; skills and confidence to reduce bullying; and is often highlighted by Ofsted as best practice in whole-school approaches to anti-bullying.

  • Environment Analyst

    Brownfield Land Scotland

    Brownfield Land Scotland will provide up-to-date information on the implications of a changing planning and policy framework; as well as practical solutions to many of the current challenges faced when risk assessing; remediating and developing brownfield land. Bringing together local councils; regulatory agencies; consultants and industry for one information-packed day; this event provides the perfect opportunity to share first-hand experiences and solutions to many contaminated land and groundwater challenges. A topical and up-to-date conference programme combined with extensive networking and discussion opportunities and a focused exhibition. Now in its 11th year Brownfield Land Scotland returns with actionable guidance specifically applicable to the development of brownfield in Scotland.

  • London School of Public Relations

    Risk & Crisis

    This two-day training gives you the tools to predict issues and manage risks; with a step-by-step guide on how to handle difficult situations during a crisis. It is important for an organisation to prepare for events in order to avoid damaging their reputation. The training also prepares you for a crisis situation; developing a crisis plan; assembling a crisis team and putting it all into action.

  • Turnaround Management Association

    Turnaround Management Association

    Looking at news over 2017 – whether it featured Black Friday; the Golden Quarter or January Sales; you can always find negative press; especially when someone created the term “Retail Apocalypse”.

  • London School of Publishing (LSP)

    Sub-Editing

    Learn the core skills required to edit news stories; features; blogs and more to professional journalistic standards. The five week evening course will train you in the fundamental techniques of editing raw copy text; or even your own writing; into attention-grabbing and highly readable stories; as demanded by content publishers worldwide. It is aimed at a broad range of participants; from self-starter bloggers to experienced journalists who require formalised refresher training. You will learn how to approach written copy critically and reshape it into compelling editorial content that people will want to read. Focusing on practical exercises and using real-world examples; the course also focuses on the different sub-editing approaches required for various types of material; and explains the distinctive subbing methods demanded by print and online media.

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    The Idea of the State

    Over 75 years ago the publication of the Beveridge Report heralded the founding of the post-war welfare state; and in 2018 the NHS will celebrate its 70th anniversary. Yet now the state can seem like an outdated concept. Both Right and Left champion localism; empowerment and autonomy. So what should the modern state do?

  • IR Global

    IR Global Dealmakers conference Lisbon

    The 2018 IR Global Dealmakers conference in Lisbon is a sold-out event with 150 members attending; representing 50+ jurisdictions and is a fantastic opportunity for members to meet and re-connect with colleagues from all over the world. During the event; there will be the breakout sessions; providing quality time with your peers and high-quality presentations exploring unique perspectives on a variety of topics.

  • Media 10

    The Flood Resilience Summit

    A full day of conferences focussed at expanding people’s knowledge about floods and how to change the way we construct to accommodate for flooding

  • Medilink East Midlands Limited

    MPD Training Course: Product Management Training

    This course is designed for those who want to know what key skills a successful product manager uses in the work. Delegates will also gain an understanding of what an MBA can teach them.

  • European Energy Centre

    Electric Vehicles

    Electric Vehicles are now the focus of private investments; ambitious Government support schemes and consumers looking to make practical decisions for their future. The 2-day Electric Vehicles course (taught by an Expert Lecturer and Researcher) covers topics including battery technology; re-charging and infrastructure; tailgate emissions and Electric Vehicles financing and development.

  • IRDG (Industry Research + Development Group)

    Funding & Collaboration for Business Innovation

    In this seminar we will bring all the options when it comes to progressing business innovation with collaborative expertise and / or funding programmes; from within Ireland and Europe.

  • Ascentis

    Creating a Dyslexia Friendly Classroom

    This training will explore the strengths and difficulties of a Dyslexic profile and investigate effective strategies to employ within the classroom for learners with Dyslexia. Training is suitable for SENCo’s; HLTA’s; Head Teachers and Deputy Head Teachers.

  • Datateam Business Media

    Building Services Forum 2018

    This is a new; one-day educational and networking event which asks: “What is the future for Building Services in the 21st Century?”. As building services evolve; with ever more innovative and energy-efficient technology; the Building Services Forum debates key topics; from energy management and intelligent buildings; to cyber security; future-proofing your buildings and keeping on top of the latest legislation.

  • ABI Solutions

    Brain Injury: Out of Focus - The identification and treatment of the lesser explored complications of brain injury

    Brain injury conference focussing on the lesser explored complications of TBI covering the following content: Knowing your client – ensuring proper compensation through investigation of the wider complications of brain injury; Developments in Diffusion Tensor Imaging (DTI): Innovations in Identifying White Matter Abnormalities; Eye problems & vision problems; related to brain injury; Pharmacological treatment of traumatic brain injury and its neuropsychiatric sequelae; Sleep disturbances after brain injury; Chemosensory disturbances after brain injury; Chronic traumatic encephalopathy; Borderline and fluctuating capacity: a legal and medical discussion on the complications and duties arising.

  • The British Gear Association (BGA)

    Gear Wear & Failure Recognition

    The seminar gives delegates an insight into the appearance and underlying causes of gear failure modes. No prior gear knowledge is required. It provides gear manufacturers and users with the necessary skills to examine; assess and recognise common gear failure modes. The seminar content is applicable to gear designers; gear service personnel; operators and users of valuable equipment; inspection and certification bodies who need to confidently examine gears and gearboxes and those new to the gear industry.

  • MA Exhibitions

    Dementias 2018

    The 20th annual Dementias conference is focused on providing updates; on current diagnosis and treatment of dementias; including lessons that we have learned from the past; and likely future developments in the field.

  • Disabled Living

    Disabled Living Moving and Handling for Trainers Update

    The format and content of this course reflects the latest information; new equipment and professional guidance available. This includes new guidance on legal cases and what it means to training

  • ESTA- The Energy Services and Technology Association

    ESTA Member Meeting; Conference and Specialist Forums

    Quarterly Energy Conference and associated specialist group forums

  • Centre for Strategy and Communication Ltd

    Minutes: taking and writing effective minutes

    Effective minute-taking is vital to the efficient organisation and a good minute-taker can transform the effectiveness of a team. This one-day training course is a sound introduction to minute-taking and equips you with the knowledge and skills you need to write professional minutes with confidence. This is a hands-on course with practical exercises throughout the day to help you capture the essential information accurately.

  • London School of Public Relations

    CSR & Sustainability

    The two day course will train you on how to manage corporate social responsibility and sustainability within your business. You will learn how to enhance stakeholder relationships and create positive business practices; with strong CSR strategies.

  • National Autistic Society

    Understanding Autism for Colleagues

    This training course will give you a greater understanding of autism and increase your confidence in your ability to work effectively with autistic colleagues. The training will help you to identify different working strategies that you can use to develop a successful working relationship with autistic colleagues. Through group exercises you will learn more about autism as well as the relevant phrases and terminology.

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    Truth and Lies about Poverty

    In this event (aimed at school children aged 13-18) a panel of speakers discuss how we tell the truth about the people struggling to get by in modern Britain.

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    Academic Freedom and the New Populism

    A new ‘populism’ is evident in a variety of countries. Experts and expertise are attacked as standing in the way of the popular will. Universities are under new pressures from populist politicians. How should these pressures be resisted?

  • Care Choices Ltd

    CMM Insight Dorset

    CMM Insight brings the quality of a national conference to a regional stage. Focusing on issues that matter to Dorset care providers.

  • Child Bereavement UK

    Working with bereaved teenagers

    Understand more about teenage responses to grief to help you communicate with them and provide appropriate support.

  • Child Bereavement UK

    Working with bereaved teenagers

    Understand more about teenage responses to grief to help you communicate with them and provide appropriate support.

  • London School of Publishing (LSP)

    Copy-Editing

    Through a series of practical exercises; you will learn to approach the printed word in a more analytical and critical way; allowing you to spot errors quickly and have the confidence to rewrite everyday text into concise; precise and compelling editorial copy at high speed. You will also have the opportunity to master the latest BSI copy-editing and proof correction marks. Attendees will learn the essential parts of the BSI 5261-2:2005 copy preparation and proof correction marks.

  • London School of Public Relations

    Press Release Writing

    A practical one-day training event; designed to teach you how to confidently write press releases that stand out.

  • London School of Public Relations

    Presentation Skills

    During this one day training event; you will learn how to develop a better presentation skillset; focusing on body language; delivery; confidence and communication skills.

  • London School of Public Relations

    Copy-Editing

    Through a series of practical exercises; you will learn to approach the printed word in a more analytical and critical way; allowing you to spot errors quickly and have the confidence to rewrite everyday text into concise; precise and compelling editorial copy at high speed. You will also have the opportunity to master the latest BSI copy-editing and proof correction marks. Attendees will learn the essential parts of the BSI 5261-2:2005 copy preparation and proof correction marks.

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    The Cold War: a world history

    Arne Westad and Michael Cox discuss the truly global nature of the Cold War with East and West demanding absolute allegiance around the world.

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    Moonshot Thinking to Unleash Innovation

    The focus of this talk is to discuss the ways in which organisations mobilise resources to go after bold objectives which can move the needle-Moonshots. These are not incremental innovation activities but instead multi-year missions that mobilise extensive scientific and technological resources to expand the horizons for both organizations and societies and transform both in the process. 

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    Challenges for the Eurozone

    In his lecture Eurogroup President Jeroen Dijsselbloem will speak about the lessons learnt from the economic and financial crises where we are now and about the challenges for the Eurozone in the future.

  • Disabled Living

    Disabled Living Trusted assessor

    A 4 day Course equipping delegates with relevant skills to assess for and prescribe a simple solution or a basic piece of equipment to meet the needs of an individual living with a disability

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    Is God Really Dead? Why Belief Matters

    Thirty years after founding INFORM (the information network on religious movements) Eileen Barker argues that the sociology of religion still has an important role in “knowing the causes of things”.

  • BIM Implementation - Putting People First

    A useful one day training event that illustrates the changes in behaviour and culture required for the successful roll-out of BIM across project or organisation; and what personal and developmental skills individuals need to implement BIM level 2 culture. Successfully complete this and the BIM for Infrastructure training to earn the ICE Certificate for BIM.

  • Purchasing Management Services

    Legal Aspects of Purchasing

    A two day face to face training course covering key legal subjects needed by anyone involved in the purchase of goods; materials and services. It equips attendees with knowledge and skills to make more robust contracts with suppliers and reduce business risk. Subjects include the UK legal system; common law principles and principle legislation affecting the supply chain. The course is a stimulating mix of lecturing input; Q&A sessions and team exercises reviewing landmark cases that impact upon contemporary supply chain management. Presented by a qualified purchasing professional with years of experience gained at a senior level in high-profile organisations.

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    At the Limits of Urban Theory: racial banishment in the contemporary city

    In cities around the world especially in the United States; processes of socio-spatial restructuring continue to unfold. Often understood as neoliberal urbanism and often identified through concepts such as gentrification; these processes entail the displacement of subaltern classes to the far edges of urban life. In this talk Ananya Roy argues that it is necessary to analyse such transformations through a theorisation of racial capitalism.

  • BM TRADA

    Quality management system internal auditing training course

    This course will enable you to conduct effective internal audits against iso 9001: 2015

  • ICE Training

    BIM Implementation - Putting People First

    A useful one day training course that illustrates the changes in behaviour and culture required for the successful roll-out of BIM across project or organmisation; and what personal and developmental skills individuals need to implement BIM level 2 culture. Successfully complete this and the BIM for Infrastructure training to earn the ICE Certificate for BIM.

  • Purchasing Management Services

    Legal Aspects of Purchasing

    A two day face to face training course covering key legal subjects needed by anyone involved in the purchase of goods; materials and services. It equips attendees with knowledge and skills to make more robust contracts with suppliers and reduce business risk. Subjects include the UK legal system; common law principles and principle legislation affecting the supply chain. The course is a stimulating mix of lecturing input; Q&A sessions and team exercises reviewing landmark cases that impact upon contemporary supply chain management. Presented by a qualified purchasing professional with years of experience gained at a senior level in high-profile organisations.

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    Post-Beveridge International Law 

    Was Cold War international law distinctive? A gap in the onwards march of legal regulation? A moment of international crisis?

  • BM TRADA

    Integrated Management Systems - internal auditing

    This course will enable you to conduct effective integrated audits against iso 9001: 2015; iso 14001: 2015 and bs 18001: 2007

  • Health & Safety Executive

    Safety Excellence in Energy – The Future of Gas

    Safety Excellence in Energy – The Future of Gas. Introducing Innovative and safe energy supplies that ensure the UK meets its emissions reduction target by 2050 is a topic that has implications both for industry and consumers. The future of gas in this emerging low carbon energy system is becoming clearer; but it is also complex. There are challenges to be faced in managing the risk related to introducing alternative gasses into the UK’s gas grid and ensuring the safety of emerging energy technologies.

  • HB Publications and Training International

    Finance for Non-Financial Public Sector Managers

    This course is aimed at public sector managers who are non-financial professionals with financial responsibilities, and would benefit from an understanding of financial accounts. This programme covers financial terminology; the key financial statements; the income and expenditure account and the balance sheet. Public and non-profit sector organisations have to ensure they are viable, and the principles of accounting assist managers understand their organisation’s financial position.

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    Can Literature Solve Poverty?

    In the run up to the LSE Festival: Beveridge 2.0 rethinking the welfare state for the 21st Century; we bring together a panel to discuss the relationship between literature and poverty. They reflect on questions such as: do you need money to access literature? If not why are there comparatively few working-class writers? And can literature actively play a part in reducing financial hardship?

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    The Five Giants and the Ministers who Made a Difference

    Five tools and massive programmes were adopted to tackle Beveridge’s “Five Giants”: A policy of full employment; a National Health Service; a massively extended system of education; a new housing programme; and a much modernised system of social security. But in the 75 years since they took effect; who have been the “Five Giant” ministers in each of these areas? In this opening event of the LSE Festival: Beveridge 2.0; Nicholas Timmins and Professor Sir Julian Le Grand debate who; among the many hundreds of politicians who have held office; really made a difference between then and now.

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    Identity and the Welfare State: evolving challenges for sustaining social solidarity

    Central to the promise of the Beveridge Report is the assumption of social solidarity: we need a cohesive society to support social protection; and the resulting shared safety net should increase cohesion even further. Yet as the country and its welfare state evolved; so did the social bonds on which they depended. Given what we know about human behaviour and experience; what prospect is there for the level of solidarity needed to carry Beveridge’s vision into the twenty-first century?

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    Beveridge's Sixth Giant

    Beveridge’s “Five Giants” remain central issues in discussions about the welfare state today; but there are also new challenges that have emerged since the 1940s. Which “Giant” issue would a modern day Beveridge prioritise?

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    Our Automated Future: utopia or dystopia?

    For the younger generations considering their future career options; are the technological advances transforming the way we work something to be afraid of or excited by? And are they being sufficiently prepared for the future of work?

  • Cygnet Health Care

    Women in Secure Services: Assessment; Management and Treatment

    This event is aimed at professionals working in mental health settings and will explore issues surrounding the support of women in secure mental health services from a number of different perspectives.

  • The Health Foundation

    Innovating for Improvement – Round 4 Final Event

    A celebratory event to showcase the 21 projects which have completed their innovative healthcare improvement projects. The event will be a combination of plenary and market-place sessions to allow the project teams to demonstrate their results and share the experience and learning from their projects.

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    LSE Inequalities Seminar Series

    The Inequalities Seminar Series at the LSE International Inequalities Institute is a venue for scholars from LSE and beyond to present their innovative work on social and economic inequality. The series builds on the recently renewed interest of the social sciences for issues of income and wealth inequality. It is also a place for exploring fresh perspectives on the various structural and cultural processes that underlie the formation of inequality broadly defined. The seminars are free and open to all on a first come first serve basis.

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    Bridging the Gap: social mobility; university and access to careers

    In public policy; university has often been seen as a one-stop shop for social mobility. Recent research; though; shows that a student’s background before entering university affects their destination once they graduate. Students from ‘disadvantaged’ backgrounds earn less and have less access to the ‘traditional’ professions than their peers from a more advantaged background; even controlling for degree outcome.

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    Beveridge Rebooted: a basic income for every citizen?

    Discussion of a Basic Income – an unconditional; nonwithdrawable income for every individual (and sometimes called a Citizen’s Income; a Citizen’s Basic Income; or a Universal Basic Income) – is now a mainstream global social policy debate.

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    Beveridge and Voluntary Action for the 21st Century

    Few people know about William Beveridge’s third report; Voluntary Action. But for Beveridge private action for public purpose was an essential complement to the welfare state. As both state and market fail to resolve social problems; such action is experiencing resurgence and disruption. New institutions and organisations – impact investing; venture philanthropy and social enterprise – supplement or replace traditional non-profit organisations and charities. But what is the role of private action for public good in the construction of the 21st century welfare state? How should the state; market and voluntary organisations work together? Does the welfare state even crowd out valuable voluntary action? Using Beveridge’s Voluntary Action as a springboard; LSE’s Marshall Institute brings together a distinguished panel of LSE staff and alumni to discuss these questions.

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    The Challenge of Richness? Rethinking the Giant of Poverty

    The economic and political power of the richest in our society has dramatically increased since 1942. 75 years on since his report; the panel will discuss whether Beveridge’s concern with poverty now needs to be extended to include a concern with richness.

  • NS Media Group Ltd

    15th annual International Power Summit

    This event brings together senior engineers and plant operators concerned with power generation from across Europe and the EMEA region. IPS will deliver cutting-edge presentations on imminent regulation; key challenges as well as future opportunities for the industry. We will be welcoming top-calibre speakers to our stage to share their success stories. Given the growth of the renewables market; our 2018 programme will pioneer a renewable energy stream to provide attendees with insight and knowledge of the opportunities in this burgeoning market.

  • Carbon Trust

    Green Business Fund Workshop - An introduction to energy efficiency for SMEs

    This workshop will help small companies learn how to identify and implement opportunities to reduce energy costs within their business and make the most of the fund; The aim is to increase an understanding of how to reduce energy bills through behavioural and low cost measures by focusing on major areas of consumption in SMEs (heating; lighting; equipment; insulation).

  • Spinal Injuries Association

    Symposium on Spinal Cord Injury Acquired Through Illness or Condition

    Developed by SIA’s SCI Nurse Specialists; this is a new version of a Study Day looking at aspects of ‘non-traumatic’ spinal cord injury (SCI). This version has more specialised clinical content; with presentations including Metastatic Spinal Cord Compression; Cauda Equina Syndrome; psychological impact and Transverse Myelitis. Non-traumatic SCI is often misunderstood or misdiagnosed; so this is an ideal opportunity for non-specialist staff to hear from experts in these fields.

  • Disabled Living

    Disabled Living; Train the Trainer moving & Handling

    5 day course open to Professionals that have the responsibility for carrying out manual handling risk assessments and training. This extended course is designed for workers with experience of Moving & Handling People together with a responsibility for training others in safer handling skills.

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    Beveridge in Context: reconstruction planning during the Second World War and after

    Academics from the Department of International History at LSE will reassess the 1942 Beveridge Report in the light of German; American; and British planning for reconstruction after World War II.

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    Combatting the Five Giants in the 21st Century European Welfare States

    A distinguished panel discusses the most promising European welfare state reforms to combat Beveridge’s social evils; presented in a video by European Institute students.

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    Education and the Giant of Ignorance

    Ignorance; though one of the Giants; was barely mentioned in the Beveridge Report; but addressed by the 1944 Education Act and 1963 Robbins Report. This panel identifies gaps that have emerged and ways to fill them; focussing particularly on equality of opportunity.

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    Writing Fiction to Dramatise Inequality

    How can literature reach audiences in ways that social science research about inequality can’t? How can narratives about fictional characters dramatise lived experiences of social inequality – and what are the ethical implications of creating these narratives for a mass readership?

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    Is Higher Education Good for You?

    There is increasing evidence from the UK and the US to show that higher education is associated with less happiness and more inequality. In light of this; Professor of Behavioural Science at LSE Paul Dolan argues that the government should reduce funding to higher education and prioritise early years education instead. Former Minister for Universities David Willetts stands up for the value of a university degree.

  • BM TRADA

    Chain of custody internal auditing training course

    This course will enable you to conduct effective internal audits against the fsc or pefc Certificaton systems

  • Lux Magazine - Revo Media Partners

    Lighting for Transport and Infrastructure Conference

    In the coming years UK infrastructure spending is set to reach a record high of Ł500 billion. There are over 720 major projects in the pipeline; including major improvements to transport networks such as roads; rail; airports and ports as well as large-scale energy; utility and regeneration projects. Join all the key players from across the UK and European infrastructure supply chain to learn about new opportunities; exchange ideas; learn about the latest products and network with their peers.

  • The Industry School

    Resource Management Workshop

    The Industry School’s one-day Resource Management workshop is an engaging; interactive and practical course; you’ll learn the strategies to plan and practice effective resource management to enhance your company’s internal operations and pro?t margins. You’ll learn from real life case studies with our trainer’s extensive experience and have the chance to discuss your own take on these challenges. You’ll leave with the skills; knowledge; commercial awareness and con?dence to apply proven techniques in your day-to-day work. The course is highly relevant for anyone involved in managing internal resources and associated cost or pro?t centres – Operations Directors; Resource Managers; Project Managers; Heads of Delivery or people in less formal resource management roles who are involved in the delivery of major projects.

  • The Industry School

    Print Production Workshop

    This one-day workshop is for delegates looking to add print management to their skill set. Attendees learn how the process for printed media differs to online media; print techniques and when to apply them plus best practice for briefing design; artwork and printers. We then apply this knowledge in practical exercises across a range of print media. This workshop is perfect for project managers or account handlers looking to deliver integrated campaigns.

  • Child Bereavement UK

    Creative ways of working with bereaved children

    Explore creative ways of helping children express themselves and communicate when someone important in their life is dying or has died.

  • London School of Publishing (LSP)

    Picture Research

    This LSP Picture Research training is recognised as being the UK’s leading training course in this subject. The training is suitable for those interested in pursuing a career in picture research and picture editing; those in the early stages of their career or those who require refresher training to keep up-to-date with any changes affecting the industry. The project-based course is highly enjoyable and stimulating; with an emphasis on the practical issues relevant to the industry. The course keeps abreast of new developments; with special attention paid to the impact of digital technology and the role of the Internet. Member of the British Association of Picture Libraries and Agencies [BAPLA].

  • Child Bereavement UK

    Creative ways of working with bereaved children

    Explore creative ways of helping children express themselves and communicate when someone important in their life is dying or has died.

  • London School of Publishing (LSP)

    Business Writing

    Communication skills are vital in any industry – sourcing information and writing documents to relay key messages to various audiences are some of the essential skills that can be developed through the course. The two-day training is taught by the leading journalist; Marianne Gray; who has extensive experience both as a journalist and as a trainer. The training is essentially very realistic and contemporary. It is a relaxed class that covers a lot of ground and is designed to make your business corporate writing stand out in a crowd. It guides delegates on how to find and write vital information in the best style and deliver it to the correct reader. In class we write documents like mission statements; business reports; speeches and corporate documents for external; in-house; web and blog use. We will do our best to incorporate individual training needs. Prior to the training taking place; you will be required to provide details on your current role and areas that you wish to improve in terms of writing and what you are looking to gain from the course. The training is designed to be practical and offers considerable advice and information. Course delegates will submit a 1;500 word feature two weeks after completing the course. Topics can be related to either professional occupations or personal interest.

  • London School of Public Relations

    Business Writing

    The two day training is designed to make your writing communications stand out from the crowd. You will learn how to improve your writing style and accuracy. We will cover writing effective business reports; proposals; newsletters; corporate literature; web site content; blogs; emails and speeches.

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    Blueprint for Welfare? The Beveridge Report and the Making of the Welfare State

    There was a marked difference between the enthusiastic popular response to the Report and what was perceived to be a lukewarm reception by Churchill and the wartime coalition. How far was the Report implemented in the creation of the Welfare State in 1948 and why 75 years later do many politicians wish to “Get back to Beveridge”?

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    Precarious States: political economies of care

    Where is welfare now coming from? What can anthropological research bring to debates about a new social contract for the 21st century?

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    Universal Health Coverage in the Global South: what is needed to make it work?

    Although Universal health coverage is a pillar of the modern welfare state; the successful design and implementation of arrangements to deliver on this promise faces enormous challenges.

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    The Future of Work

    If William Beveridge was to return to the East End; what would he make of it today? The welfare state has changed significantly in the 75 years since the publication of the Beveridge report; but so has the structure of the economy and the kinds of work that people do today. There is continuity with work; but there is also change: in some ways moving backwards; in other ways radically transforming.

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    The Future of Ageing

    With the average life expectancy increasing from 66.7 in 1942 to 81.25 in 2017; and set to continue; population ageing is poised to become one of the most significant social transformations of the 21st century. This panel discusses how ageing could come to dominate the giant issue of health and social care; and potentially all areas of the welfare state.

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    Electronic Prescribing in Mental Health

    This conference will focus on planning in addition to developing and implementing clinically led electronic prescribing systems in a mental health setting – both inpatient and community.

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    Cancer Survivorship Summit: Improving outcomes for people living with and beyond cancer

    This national annual summit takes a practical approach to improving practice and outcomes for those living with and beyond cancer – moving from surviving to thriving.

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    Deteriorating Patient Summit

    Chaired by Dr Mark Holland President The Society for Acute Medicine - this National Deteriorating Patient Summit focuses on recognising and responding to the deteriorating patient through improving the reliability of patient observations and ensuring quality of care to reduce failure to rescue of acutely ill patients.

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    Electronic Prescribing in Mental Health

    This conference will focus on planning in addition to developing and implementing clinically led electronic prescribing systems in a mental health setting – both inpatient and community.

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    Cancer Survivorship Summit: Improving outcomes for people living with and beyond cancer

    This national annual summit takes a practical approach to improving practice and outcomes for those living with and beyond cancer – moving from surviving to thriving.

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    Deteriorating Patient Summit

    Chaired by Dr Mark Holland President The Society for Acute Medicine - this National Deteriorating Patient Summit focuses on recognising and responding to the deteriorating patient through improving the reliability of patient observations and ensuring quality of care to reduce failure to rescue of acutely ill patients.

  • London School of Public Relations

    Influence & Impression Management

    This one day training event will help you unlock the key to Executive Presence and create impressive impressions on others. You will explore the power of body language; voice; tone and pitch and charisma in making an impact on others.

  • London School of Public Relations

    On Camera - Media Handling

    The training is suitable for communications personnel; involved in communications; PR; Risk and crisis preparation and response. Participants include Diplomats; Ministers; Heads of States; CEOs; Directors and media personalities.

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    A Beveridge Plan for an Unruly School? William Beveridge and LSE

    There have been many famous Directors of LSE; from Halford Mackinder to Ralph Dahrendorf. But none can lay claim to such fame as LSE’s fourth Director; William Beveridge – generally regarded as the main architect of the Welfare State and the energetic visionary who oversaw a major expansion of LSE from 1919-1937.

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    Lessons from Grenfell Tower: inequality and housing need; the Giant that still divides us

    The crucially important role of social housing has been recognised following the Grenfell Tower disaster; which also laid bare the disconnect between the ‘elites’ and the most disadvantaged in society. This event explores the link between inequality and housing; evidenced by the growing demand for low cost rented housing among those on the very lowest incomes. Unless the voices of communities and residents are heard and taken seriously; there is a risk that gaps in society will widen even further.

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    RiverBlue: can fashion save the planet?

    Do you know how your clothes are made? The Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment and the Department of Geography and Environment present a screening of RiverBlue (2016); a documentary examining the harsh reality of how clothes are produced in a 21st century; globalized world. The film explores the links between consumption of fast fashion in the West and its production in developing countries; with knock on effects on water pollution; endangering the millions who depend on river water for their survival.

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    Getting Ahead of the Curve: addressing housing needs in rapidly growing cities

    Across the developing world; the pace of urbanisation has outstripped the ability of governments to facilitate decent; affordable housing for citizens.

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    The Future of Fashion: can the industry be in vogue and sustainable?

    As fashion production processes get faster and faster; this event will ask: how can fashion brands and producers adapt their business models; in the face of growing demands to reduce the environmental impacts from the production; consumption and disposal of clothing?

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    The Evolution of Altruism

    If evolution is a ‘struggle for existence’; why do we witness so much altruism in nature? From bacteria to baboons; the natural world is full of spectacular examples of organisms cooperating with one another.

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    Who Cares?

    The subject of care is now a central political concern. The consequences of longer lives and new expectations about universal participation in paid work have produced new questions about the ways in which care – for all ages and situations – can be provided and organised.

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science - Executive Summer School Department

    What's Love Got to Do with It? Loneliness, Relationships and Wellbeing

    Our relationships with other people are fundamental to our wellbeing, but what kinds of relationships make us happy or miserable? How should individuals decide when to ‘make or break’ a relationship? Why is the term love often misunderstood and misconstrued? How do social policies influence people’s relationships, such as by encouraging marriage and discouraging divorce – and how should they, if at all?

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    Five LSE Giants' Perspectives on Poverty

    Taking five ‘Giants’ in the study of poverty over the last 100 years; themselves; like Beveridge; authors of influential reports; this event discusses how their thinking articulates with Beveridge’s vision and has advanced our understanding of poverty and how to tackle it.

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    Who Belongs? Can we Afford to be Different?

    There have been significant advances in the rights; recognition and participation of diverse groups of people in the UK over the past 30 years. And yet; people’s backgrounds and characteristics – such as their age; gender; ethnicity; ‘abilities’ or ‘disabilities’; and sexual orientation – continue to strongly influence their life experiences; opportunities and prosperity. During an extended period of austerity; the current political climate is characterised by sharp divisions in attitudes to the long-term direction of the country; to the question of ‘who belongs?’ and to the sustainability of the UK’s welfare system – giving rise to the question; ‘Can we afford to be different?’

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    Civil Society and the Five Giants: a global perspective

    The Beveridge Report’s contemporary relevance can only be considered if we properly understand the ways in which civil society actors from across the globe are challenging unequal redistributive systems. The aim of this panel is to challenge the top-down approach of defining welfare needs and well-being and to critically examine how civil society actors; ranging from social movements; NGOs; to trade unions; have campaigned for the recognition of needs and for fairer redistribution.

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    The Giants of 2020 and Beyond

    What are the key challenges of welfare states of the future? In a world of limited resources; what should our priority be? To close the LSE Festival; we will pit Beveridge’s “five giants” (reimagined as the giant issues of housing and urbanisation; education and skills; health and social care; the future of work and the challenges of poverty); as well as the missing sixth Giant voted for by you; against each other in a battle to decide which is the biggest issue now and in the near future.

  • KNect365

    FinovateMiddleEast

    Finovate’s latest launch in Dubai will keep demos at its core while introducing content driven panels; regulatory perspectives and world-class keynotes geared at the MENA region’s leading financial brands; investment houses; VCs; entrepreneurs and innovative start-ups. Finovate events bring together the entire fintech community to showcase cutting-edge banking; financial and payments technology in a unique; short-form; demo-only format as well as insights from global financial service experts.

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    Caldicott Guardian Training Course

    Facilitated by Christopher Fincken (Independent Member UK Caldicott Guardian Council / Chairman 2012-2017) this one day training course about Caldicott Guardian Principles has been developed to provide both practical and appropriate training for experienced Caldicott Guardians aswell as their deputies and others involved in delivering the Caldicott Guardian Function in a wide range of Organisations.

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    Transforming Outpatient Services National Summit

    Outpatient clinics can be demanding environments. This national summit aims to bring together leaders of outpatient services to focus on improvement and the delivery of outstanding outpatient care and experience.

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    Effective Non-Medical Prescribing in End of Life Care

    This important national conference provides an essential update for current and aspiring non medical prescribers on prescribing at the end of life.

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    Transforming Mental Health Services for Children & Young Adults

    This National CAHMS Summit focuses on improving child and adolescent mental health services in line with The Five Year Forward View for Mental Health set out by the government in 2016 with the aim of creating a transformed service by 2020.

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    Effective Nurse Prescribing in End of Life Care

    This important national conference provides an essential update for current and aspiring nurse prescribers on prescribing at the end of life.

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    Caldicott Guardian Training Course

    Facilitated by Christopher Fincken (Independent Member UK Caldicott Guardian Council / Chairman 2012-2017) this one day training course about Caldicott Guardian Principles has been developed to provide both practical and appropriate training for experienced Caldicott Guardians aswell as their deputies and others involved in delivering the Caldicott Guardian Function in a wide range of Organisations.

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    Transforming Outpatient Services National Summit

    Outpatient clinics can be demanding environments. This national summit aims to bring together leaders of outpatient services to focus on improvement and the delivery of outstanding outpatient care and experience.

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    Effective Non-Medical Prescribing in End of Life Care

    This important national conference provides an essential update for current and aspiring non medical prescribers on prescribing at the end of life.

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    Transforming Mental Health Services for Children & Young Adults

    This National CAHMS Summit focuses on improving child and adolescent mental health services in line with The Five Year Forward View for Mental Health set out by the government in 2016 with the aim of creating a transformed service by 2020.

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    Effective Nurse Prescribing in End of Life Care

    This important national conference provides an essential update for current and aspiring nurse prescribers on prescribing at the end of life.

  • ICE Training

    Principles of Construction Contracts

    Available in two formats: Two day classroom training and 90 minutes eLearning. This insightful training course offers delegates the following unique combination of benefits: Delivered in clear; easy to understand language avoiding unnecessary legal jargon. Applicability in an international context; Completion of the programme may contribute to your IPD/CPD requirements.

  • CJS Event Solutions

    2018 Local Policing Conference

    As the impact of globalisation; technological advances and population growth continues to accelerate and present new challenges for policing; we need to keep sight of the fact that we still have a community to serve that requires support and engagement to tackle local problems. That support comes from response teams; neighbourhood teams; volunteers and Special Constables trying to get upstream to reduce the harm experienced by communities. That community is becoming more complex and diverse at a time when the demand for policing services is on the increase; and funding reducing. We cannot address the problems that we face alone and therefore it is crucial that we better integrate with our partners to improve data sharing; establish joint technological solutions and to work more effectively to strengthen and build more cohesive communities.

  • Baxter Healthcare

    Baxter Advanced Surgery General Perioperative Practitioner Symposium

    Baxter understand the importance of training and educating the Nurses that are preparing our products daily while working in theatre. We run an annual program of high quality clinical and education events across the UK for Nurses. This is a hands on training event and includes a presentation from a Surgical Consultant as part of our Faculty. The meeting focuses on the clinical uses of our products and offers hands on experience of preparing an using our products.

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    The Vision of Empowerment: popular feminism and popular misogyny

    In this talk Sarah Banet-Weiser will discuss the ways in which contemporary popular feminism re-imagines and re-directs what “empowerment” means for girls and women and how it is restructuring feminist politics within neoliberal culture. For many; a broader acceptance of feminism as an identity; concept; and practice is exhilarating; yet for those who find feminism to be a threat this acceptance also stimulates fear; trepidation; aggression and violence. This talk is about the deeply entwined relationship between the creation and expression of popular feminism and what she calls popular misogyny.

  • Clariden Global

    3rd Modular Construction and Pre-Fabrication ANZ 2018

    The 3rd Modular Construction and Pre-Fabrication ANZ 2018 is the event platform that exhibits the latest techniques and technology in the modularization and prefabrication context. Discover best practices from modular builders that have successfully built modern modular commercial and residential buildings in and out of the region. Themed “Innovation. Sustainability. Efficiency. Quality.”; the 3rd edition of the conference will focus on best practices and new innovative techniques and technologies that will strengthen and enhance the uptake of modular construction methodology in the ANZ construction industry.

  • Salford Professional Development

    Funding Social Care Conference

    Join us for the Funding Social Care Conference where experts from across the sector will articulate today’s biggest challenges and explain how the system can be restructured to become more sustainable.

  • TXF

    TXF Singapore

    Tech is booming; supply chain finance growing and commodity prices are recovering. TXF Singapore is an annual forum for senior decision makers in the trade; treasury and commodity finance sectors to meet; network and explore regional market trends. They are set to discuss digitisation; regulation; political risk; and more. Participants will hear from corporates and financiers alike on the latest developments in financing techniques and look towards the future of the industry. The event has grown every year; and in 2018 it expects to welcome 300 traders; commodity producers; banks; alternative financiers; law firms; insurers & government.

  • Salford Professional Development

    The Academies Event 2018: The future of state schooling

    Join us for The Academies Event 2018 for unique insights into the major developments in the education sector and what the future holds for schools and academies as they plan for the future and strive to deliver a fair and consistent education for all pupils.

  • IRDG (Industry Research + Development Group)

    IRDG Lean Product Development Programme

    Lean Product Development (LPD) focuses on the elimination of waste in all facets of the product development and innovation process. It provides a very practical tool-kit for better; faster; cheaper execution of product development projects.IRDG’s Lean Product Development offering stands on it’s own in Ireland. Approved for funding support by Enterprise Ireland and IDA; this practical & proven programme is already adding real value for companies doing Research; Development and Innovation. Designed for an Irish audience by our expert team; in collaboration with Ron Mascitelli (global LPD thought-leader); the programme takes all the benefits of lean; and applies them in a very thoughtful and relevant way to the changeable; dynamic nature of the innovation world. The result is an approach which fits right in with existing product development processes; and can be applied in any sector; boosting current activities.

  • Ascentis

    Creating a Dyslexia Friendly Classroom

    This training will explore the strengths and difficulties of a Dyslexic profile and investigate effective strategies to employ within the classroom for learners with Dyslexia. Training is suitable for SENCo’s; HLTA’s; Head Teachers and Deputy Head Teachers.

  • The British Gear Association (BGA)

    Introduction to Gear Design & Geometry

    Gear geometry is thought to be complex and considered a ‘black art’. This seminar will dispel this myth and provide a basic knowledge of spur and helical gear geometry and how gears work. The course includes how involute gears work; an introduction to the involute gear geometry standard ISO 21771; BGA Code of Practice 07 and gear terms and symbols; the basic rack; cutting tools and basic gear sums relating to spur and helical gears; gear pairs; centre distance; working pressure angles; tooth thickness and backlash and non-standard geometry; contact ratios and start of active profile calculations.

  • Child Bereavement UK

    Supporting parents though pregnancy loss and the death of a baby

    Explore the impact that pregnancy loss and the death of a baby can have on a family as outlined in updated guidelines by SANDS and the Royal College of Midwives.

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    Root Cause Analysis: 2 Day Intensive Training Course

    Facilitated by Kate Hill (Solicitor – InPractice) this interactive and practical course will provide a structured approach to incident investigation from an initial understanding of the legal and factual context through to information collection/analysis/the report and writing a final action plan.

  • Child Bereavement UK

    Supporting parents though pregnancy loss and the death of a baby

    Explore the impact that pregnancy loss and the death of a baby can have on a family as outlined in updated guidelines by SANDS and the Royal College of Midwives.

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    Root Cause Analysis: 2 Day Intensive Training Course

    Facilitated by Kate Hill (Solicitor – InPractice) this interactive and practical course will provide a structured approach to incident investigation from an initial understanding of the legal and factual context through to information collection/analysis/the report and writing a final action plan.

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    School Autonomy; School Choice and the Quality of Education: evidence from England

    This inaugural lecture by Olmo Silva will discuss the conceptual framework which underpins the idea that autonomy and choice can deliver improvements in education standards and will look at some of the most recent empirical evidence.

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