Events


October

* OCTOBER 17-19 Local Government Association/ Association of Directors of Adult Social Services conference - national children and adult services

Speakers include: Health Secretary Alan Johnson; Dame Tanni Grey-Thompson, Paralympics gold medallist; Lord Victor Adebowale, chief executive, Turning Point; Andrew Lansley, shadow health secretary; and Anne Williams, president, Association of Directors of Adult Social Services

Bournemouth

Tel Local Government Association

Tel 020 7664 3013

* OCTOBER 30

HR Public sector - fifth annual local government pension investment forum

Speakers include: Howard Pearce, head of environmental finance, Environment Agency; Vanessa James, investment director, London Pension Fund Authority; Geoff Reader, head of pensions and treasury management, Bedfordshire County Council; and Nick Vickers, head of financial services, Kent County Council

London

Tel Customer services

Tel 020 7017 7482

* OCTOBER 30

Neil Stewart Associates conference - Narrowing the gap: reducing minority ethnic unemployment; highlighting the Muslim experience

Speakers include: Caroline Flint, minister for employment and welfare reform; Will Hutton, chief executive, the Work Foundation; Kay Carberry, commissioner, Equality and Human Rights Commission; Sarah Veale, head of equality and employment rights department, Trades Union Congress; and Barney Williams, ethnic minority senior performance manager, JobCentre Plus

London

Tel Neil Stewart Associates

Tel 020 7324 4330

November

* NOVEMBER 1

CIPFA seminar - key financial developments in local government

Speakers include: Chris Bilsland, chamberlain of the City of London; Tony Travers, director, Greater London Group, London School of Economics; Anna Capaldi, director, Rita Hale Associates

London

Tel Alex Goring

02075435751

* NOVEMBER 21

Capita conference - Flexible working in the public sector

Speakers include: Caroline Oldham, homebased working co-ordinator, Ofsted; Bridget Hardy, head of high performing workplaces, Office of Government Commerce; and Anne Madden, project director, Equality and Human Rights Commission

London

Tel Capita conferences

0207808 5478

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* OCTOBER 18

CIPFA Better Governance Forum annual conference

Speakers include: Baroness Scotland, the attorney general; Jay Ward, sector leader for public bodies, Revenue & Customs; and David Prince, chief executive, Standards Board for England

London

Tel Charlotte Mean

020 8667 8176

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Most of these activities can count towards CIPFA's Continuing Professional Development scheme. …

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