CPD Event Calendar
Use our CPD event calendar to find upcoming industry events to attend to help support your CPD requirements
Social Care CPD Events in May 2018
Disabled Living; Train the Trainer moving & Handling
3rd May 2018 09:30 | Disabled Living
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.
Disabled Living Trusted assessor
8th May 2018 09:30 | Disabled Living
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
Alzheimer’s Society Annual Conference 2018
22nd May 2018 09:00 | Alzheimer's Society
Alzheimer’s Society Annual Conference is a must attend event for anyone working in health and social care; local and national government; policy and research; This year’s theme is ‘Taking Action on Dementia’ – what needs to happen to ensure people with dementia can live the lives they want today and give hope to future generations for a world without dementia; Our delegates will leave ASAC 18 inspired to take positive action in their jobs and daily life; share in best practice and knowledge in effective and practical ways; and be committed to championing the needs; rights and priorities for people affected by dementia; Only by growing a united movement for change we will start to realise the vision of a world without dementia.
Safeguarding Children: Findings Solutions for Better Protection
24th May 2018 08:30 | Open Forum Events
Conference to analyse and discuss the key and most recent issues around safeguarding children in society as it becomes an increasingly prominent issue within domestic politics. Today’s world poses numerous threats to children’s safety. These include social care; domestic abuse; social and mainstream media; radicalisation; funding cuts for children’s services; trafficking and concerns for migrant and refugee children The demand for safeguarding has risen dramatically in recent years partly as a response to high-profile media cases. Solutions are complex but early intervention and sufficient funding are necessary to ensure better protection of children. All organisations that come into contact with children need safeguarding policies.