JPA Training Seminars Spring 2012

Achieving Compliance, with the Essential Standards of the CQC Regulations Framework

JPA Training Seminars Spring 2012

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Day 1: Engaging in activities for people with dementia
Day 2: Complementary and alternative therapies in dementia care

  • The Journal of Dementia Care and JPA Training Ltd have developed a partnership to offer unique educational experiences
  • Drawing on up to date evidence, these one day seminars provide essential knowledge and tools focused on supporting you to implement objectives of the National Dementia Strategy and to deliver Health and Social care that complies with the key areas of the CQC registration system
  • The comprehensive seminars provide value for money, high quality programmes delivered in an informal but professional style

 

 

 

Book JPA Training Seminars Spring 2012 Conference

Date: 20-06-2012 Venue:The Rougemont Hotel, Exeter Cost: £99 plus VAT@20% (£118.80)
Date: 21-06-2012 Venue:The Rougemont Hotel, Exeter Cost: £99 plus VAT@20% (£118.80)

We are sorry but we are unable to take provisional bookings. Payments can be made by cheque, BACS, credit card, debit card, or by invoice. If you are booking 14 days or less before a conference, please call 020 7720 2108 ext 214 and ask for Steven Knowles or email steven@hawkerpublications.com, to check availability. Full payment is required with all bookings made during this period.


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