Join us for our annual ACT Seminar in 2019 for the latest guidance and best practice in safeguarding adults at risk.
PLEASE NOTE – This year’s seminar is NOT taking place at the University of Nottingham! This year, we’ll meet at the TouchBase Pears Centre in Birmingham.
About the Day
Location: The Buzz, TouchBase Pears 750 Bristol Rd, Birmingham B29 6NA.
Time: 9.45am (for a 10:00am start) to 4:00pm
Tickets: £125 per person.
All tickets include full access to the conference programme and lunch.
Programme: Please see the full programme here
About the Sessions
Held during National Safeguarding Adults Week, we’ll be focusing on some of the key safeguarding adults issues covered in the awareness week.
We are delighted to be hosting the following speakers and sessions at the event:
- Dr Alison Gardner- Recognising modern slavery and exploitation in social care
- Sir Norman Lamb- Transforming Care
- Professor Anita Franklin- We Matter Too! Findings from research looking at domestic abuse and people with learning disabilities
- Catherine Edginton, Senior Safeguarding Lead, The Charity Commission
Each session will include time for questions and opportunities to share best practice with colleagues across the sector through roundtable discussion.
Please view the full programme here
Please Note: We may charge a fee for cancellations within 28 days of the event. If you cannot make it, you are more than welcome to send an alternative delegate in your place.
Booking Your Place
To book your place at the 2019 ACT Seminar and AGM, please fill in the form below: