Announcing all speakers, papers and programme for CBCE Event 2017
There is loads of exciting news from the Cremation Society of Great Britain. With the countdown on to the annual Cremation and Burial Communication and Education Event, we are pleased to announce the full details for CBCE taking place at The Stratford Manor Hotel, Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire from Monday 3rd to Wednesday 5th July 2017.
This top class event will provide the most up-to-date and relevant information to the sector. Speakers will provide you with latest progress reports on the key issues facing our sector and will ensure you are up-to-date with changes that impact upon your service.
The Cremation Society of Great Britain and The Federation of Burial and Cremation Authorities invites participants from all owners and operators of private sector cemeteries and crematoria, portfolio holders, managers and staff of local authority cemeteries and crematoria, funeral directors and representatives from other kindred organisations wishing to have a better understanding of the services provided at cemeteries and crematoria to attend this prestigious event.
CBCE offers all attendees evidence of Continuous Professional Development with certificates from the CPD Certification Service awarded to all attendees.
Hear about new legislation that will bring about Death Certification changes and amendments to the Cremation Regulations that are to be introduced. These legislative changes will impact upon all local authority service providers and the private sector and we want you to be fully prepared.
Network with industry-leading practitioners, share views with the most experienced service providers in the UK to learn from their insights and forge new partnerships.
Explore the most effective way of providing your service by seeing and discussing the most up-to-date technology and tools available within the sector.
CBCE 2017 has a great line-up of speakers, confirmed presentations will be provided by Jennie Sweeney BA (Hons) Commonwealth War Graves Commission, James Penney MSc Darwin Alternative Investment Management Limited, Simon Holbrook Environment Agency, Gareth Brown Scottish Government, Martin Nicholson BSc & Thomas Bates Northern Gas & Power Ltd, Helene Marshall BSc RGN SCM NHS Education for Scotland, Baroness Finlay of Llandaff FMedSci All-Party Parlimentary Group on Dying Well, Alison Crake MBA FCMI NAFD, Monsignor Kevin McGinnell PhB STB PGCE Joint Liturgical Group (GB), Nicholas Evans LLB (Hons) LLM Roll A Parliamentary Agent, Mustafa Latif-Aramesh LLB (Hons) Bircham Dyson Bell LLP, Peter Mitchell FICCM (Dip) Peter Mitchell Associates, Dr Heather Conway LLB PhD Queens University Belfast, Paul Hinton MSc CSci CPhys Consultant Clinical Scientist, Judith Bernstein MA (Oxon) LLM Ministry of Justice.
The Cremation Society of Great Britain and the Federation of Burial and Cremation Authorities have again joined together to organise this event which continues to demonstrate the ability of like-minded organisations to establish an annual event dealing with issues common to all.
To find out more about the CBCE please visit www.cbce.org.uk
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