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Breakfast Briefing : Redundancy and Restructuring: A practical guide

Date: 18 Oct 2016

Venue: Radisson Blu Hotel, Leeds

Speaker: Dr. John McMullen

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NHS Continuing Care - A Seminar for Care Home Managers and Nurses

Date: 28 Sep 2016

Venue: Doncaster Racecourse, The Grandstand, Leger Way, Doncaster, DN2 6BB

Speaker: Austin Thornton (Solicitor) - Head of Health and Care department and Christopher Binns (Solicitor) - Former health authority advisor

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Charity Governance Seminar 2016

Date: 13 Oct 2016

Venue: The Hilton Leeds City

Speaker: Guest Speakers from the Charity Commission and the Association of Chairs

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