Annual Update 2021
IPROW’s Update is a conference style event with a series of presentations, primarily from members, about recent questions arising, innovations or initiatives, intended to provoke thought, inform discussion and opportunities for review or change of practice.
The Update 2021 will be virtual using MS Teams and we hope you will join us to take advantage of the many benefits while avoiding travel.
The Update will be eight to ten one hour sessions which will include audience discussion. The breaks between will have casual ‘chat over coffee’ drop-in opportunities to simulate the networking we shall otherwise miss and conversations with our usual exhibitor suppliers.
100% Early Bird Discount applies for members booking before 1 July. This offer is for 2021 only. We appreciate that authorities and members have had a challenging year meeting public expectations against decreasing budgets so the Institute is helping members to still access the quality of advice and information they need. After 1 July, prices have been held at 2020 rate.
Booking will open with our new website, expected imminently. Please keep an eye on eNews for booking information.
Confirmed speakers (more to come)
|George Laurence||Case Law Review|
|Ben Nicholls||A stroll along England’s Coast Path|
|Craig Grimes||Enabling Disabled People to Make Informed Choices About Access|
|Richard Garner||Monitoring use with counters and tools like Strava|
|Francis Flanagan||Biodiversity Awareness|
|Ruth Stockley||The Right to Deviate|
|Pippa Langford||Policy Update|
- *Early Bird discount of £230 available for member bookings received by 1 July with completed booking form.
- Part bookings can be accepted at £30/topic, minimum of four topics.
To book, contact Geri Coop, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Annual General Meeting
There will be an IPROW Annual General Meeting in the late afternoon (TBC subject to programme) on Monday 11 October and the opportunity to discuss the work and future of IPROW. AGMs are informal and tend to be short and members are strongly encouraged to stay for the meeting so that decisions are representative of as much of the membership as possible.