Our remaining 6 Technical Insight Seminars – which is nearest to you?
30 August 2018
Our autumn series of Technical Insight Seminars will visit 6 venues around the country between 12 September and 28 November.
If you’ve not signed up to one of them as yet there is still time, although many are nearing full capacity.
Below some our speakers highlight one of the key takeaways from their session.
The Seminars area mix of plenary presentations and workshops, where you can get the most from the session by asking questions of the speaker.
Our Technical Insight Seminar in Nottingham on 19 Sept has five sessions lined up for you over the half day agenda.
The 5 great sessions include:
Watch the videos below for a taster of what the presenters want you to take away from their sessions.
The event kicks off at 9am, beginning with a plenary session and then breaks into workshops, which allow you to question the presenters and get the most value from the day. We end at 1.35pm with a networking lunch.
The Professional Paraplanner Technical Insight Seminars are focussed on providing educational, informative and insightful sessions and helping to build paraplanners knowledge and skills.
It takes a minute to register for the event- just click here. It will be a half day well spent.
AUTUMN TECHNICAL INSIGHT SEMINARS
Edinburgh – The Waldorf Astoria – Wednesday 12 September
Nottingham – Crowne Plaza – Wednesday 19 September
York – Marriott – Wednesday 3 October
Manchester – The Midland Hotel – Wednesday 17 October
Bristol – The Aztec – Wednesday 7 November
Newcastle – The Copthorn – Wednesday 28 November
To watch the video clips click on the image.
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