28th September 2016 - Peer Reviews - What to expect.
This free webinar will show you what you need to do to apply for advanced registered practitioner membership , how you need to prepare for your peer review and what happens on the day of your review.
12th October 2016 - New & Would Be Case Manager
This “New and Would Be” Case Managers Workshop is aimed at new case management practitioners and those thinking about making the leap. This workshop has proved popular and successful to date and it is hoped that this will provide a welcome opportunity for aspiring case managers
3rd November 2016 - Social Media Training - Oxford
Social media is used everyday by almost everyone. Do you know the hidden dangers? Jeff Goodwrght presents this full day training on the every growing and popular subject of Social Media.
25th April 2017 - CQC Forum , Thame
Due to popular demand, the Forum will take place again i, to give BABICM colleagues the opportunity to share experiences of the registration and inspection process, as well as the challenges for brain injury case managers and case management organisations in managing compliance issues.
Post Settlement/ ‘Sticky Issues’ - London - 9th Feb 2017
Deputies Event - Bristol -March 16th 2017
Business Forum - Bristol - March 17th 2017
Improving and Managing Sleep, activity and fatigue levels in ABI - West Yorkshire - 2017
New & Would Be Case Manager Follow up Event
This event would be a new event for BABICM
The focus would probably be on the following issues:
1. Your experience to date of the role of case manager
2. Practical issues for the more experienced case manager
3. Expectations of the experienced case manager
4. Managing these expectations
5. Dealing with the potential ‘ups and downs’ of active case management
6. Working towards achieving your ‘Advanced’ BABICM membership
Further details on all events will be available shortly
Terms and Conditions for events can be found here
Promotional Flyers can be added to delegate packs for any of the above events at a cost of £50 per event. Please contact the BABICM office for further information.
If you require further information or help please contact the BABICM office by email firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone on 0161 764 0602