Source more than
products at Care Roadshows

With the end of 2016 approaching, Care Roadshows are gearing up for the final event at Epsom Downs Racecourse on Tuesday 15th November. Care professionals from far and wide have access to free CPD seminars, workshops conducted by the engaging Oomph! Wellness along with a host of varied suppliers and experts launching new products and services dedicated to the care industry.

And here you will meet us too.

This event is an established platform for all those working within the sector and as it is free for visitors to attend, we are looking forward to welcoming you on our stand.

Ed Watkinson, Director of Care Quality, returns to the stage with his seminar ‘The Outstanding Journey’ that has seen no empty chairs over the years. The accredited Sheila Scott will also be in attendance to host her seminar ‘Learning the Lessons’. Sheila will discuss the changes made over the last two years including the new CQC arrangements and the National Living Wage.

Another must-attend is the seminar hosted by Segun Oladokun, Head of Inspection at CQC, explaining how CQC is changing from 2016 to 2020 and also covering the findings from the 2016 State of Care report. 

To plan your visit go to Care Roadshow.

Venue and date:

15 November 2016 at Epsom Downs Racecourse

Show is open from 9.30am – 3pm. Entry, seminars, workshops and parking are all free.

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