Care-Roadshow

Care Roadshows returning to Birmingham next week

25th June 2019
Care Roadshow Birmingham visitors

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Care Roadshow Birmingham is all set for its return to Villa Park Stadium next week.

On Tuesday 2nd July, care sector professionals from across the country will have the opportunity to attend free CPD seminars, take part in interactive workshops, and browse the latest innovations from leading industry suppliers exhibiting at the event.

Seminar topics include the state of adult social care and future provision (presented by the CQC), five steps to becoming Outstanding, dementia and how to improve wellbeing, and an exploration of the human rights agenda and how the principles are integrated into inspections.

For more details about what’s on at the event, download our Event Preview.


Birmingham event preview

To register for your FREE tickets or to invite your colleagues to Care Roadshow Birmingham, click here.

You can also get a free tea or coffee on us at the event by quoting “Sharing is Caring” to a member of staff at the registration desk!

If you have any questions about the event, please call our team on 01425 838393 who will be happy to help.

We look forward to seeing you there!

The Care Roadshows Team

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Click here to register for your free tickets to Care Roadshows 2019.

Why attend Care Roadshows?

Join hundreds of like-minded individuals working in the care industry who are dedicated to keeping up to date with industry trends and sourcing innovative ideas for their care settings.

Attend educational seminars to credit your CPD

Meet the experts to have your questions answered

Receive fantastic onsite offers and discounts

Experience expert-led informative hands-on workshops

Network with peers and industry players

Pick up hundreds of new product ideas and services

And most of all, enjoy a great day out with your colleagues

Industry leading exhibitors | Expert run seminars | Free to attend

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