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Date: March 2019
The focus of this year’s event will be to facilitate a discussion around the make-up, value and viability of such an Eye Health Quality Board in the region.
Take part in this live webinar where Mr Damian Lake will discuss the key points of keratoconus for optometrists.
A great excuse for a night out after the cold and dark months of January and February. Tickets just £40 per person
‘No decision about my education without me…’
Research changes lives Symposium
Venue: Hallmark Hotel Birmingham Strathallan, 225 Hagley Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham, B16 9RY Join your colleagues for two days of professional development: Listen to experts in the field Stay up to date Participate in workshops Network with colleagues from across the sector Be inspired and energised Speakers confirmed so far include: Christopher Robertson, Chair of National SENCO Forum Advisory Group Clare Jackson,
This one day symposium will give detailed insight in to the refractive surgery.
Join in the ‘Kidz to Adultz’ atmosphere and our 10 year celebrations. You will discover the latest innovations, technology and services that are changing the face of the disability world all under one roof, in a totally accessible venue.
VICTA is hosting its third driving break for young people aged 18 to 29 years old who are blind or partially sighted at the Thorpe Woodlands Adventure Centre, which has been a popular location with previous VICTA adventure weekends.
British Judo are hosting three Paralympic Pathway Training Days at the British Judo Centre of Excellence in the first half of 2019.
The BIOS Special Education Needs (SEN) CAG Study Day is organised by the BIOS SEN Clinical Advisory Group and is open to all professionals including QTVIs, Optometrists and Orthoptists.
There is no better place to exchange knowledge, ideas and inspiration than a live event of the scale and depth offered by Optrafair and the 2019
VICTA and RNC are hosting a youth trip in February at the RNC campus in Hereford. The trip will combine outdoor activities with cultural and social experiences.
Free, one-to-one and small group lessons will also be on offer for those children aged 5-17 years of age, who may not feel confident enough to take part in the swimming gala but would like to learn the basic principles of how to swim.