Seminar Information

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  • Birmingham
  • July: Wednesday 12th, Macdonald Burlington Hotel 12 Noon - 2.00pm

    Time - Registration from 10.30am for Seminar starting promptly at 11.00

    Presenter - Graeme Chaplin - Agent, West Midlands and Oxfordshire

    Topic - The Bank of England - How it Maintains Monetary and Financial Stability

    What is the outlook for the U.K. Economy in the current environment of uncertainty?

    The Bank has twelve Agents based around the UK. Their primary role is to assess economic and financial conditions affecting businesses in their area.

    The Agencies are the Bank's "eyes, ears and voice" in the regions, collecting information about trends and developments across the country, and explaining the Bank's policy decisions to local businesses, industry and labour groups.


    Graeme was appointed as Agent for the West Midlands & Oxfordshire in November 2008.

    He joined the Bank in 1992 and has undertaken a variety of roles in Threadneedle Street, including banking supervision, economic analysis and financial stability monitoring.

    From 2001 to 2008 he was the Bank's Deputy Agent for North West England.

  • August: Thursday 10th, Macdonald Burlington Hotel 12 Noon - 2.00pm

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  • October: Tuesday 10th, The Birmingham Repertory Theatre 12 Noon-2pm

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  • November: Tuesday 7th, The Birmingham Repertory Theatre 12 Noon-2pm

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  • Bolton and Bury
  • July: Thursday 13th, Red Hall Bury

    Time - 10am for 10.30 start

    Presenter - Matthew Jones & Julie Watson of the Purple Property Shop along with Daniel

    Topic - Maximising Returns from Buy to Let Property Investments

     

  • August: Wednesday 9th, Joint with Central and East Lancs

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  • September: Thursday 21st, Red Hall Bury

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  • October: Thursday 19th, Last Drop Bolton

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  • November: Thursday 23rd, Red Hall, Bury

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  • Central and East Lancashire
  • July: Thursday 6th, Stanley House

    Time - 10.00 am for a 10.30 start

    Presenter - Wayne Avanson, The Action House

    Topic - How To Create Video For Your Business

    If you have never done it before, it can be daunting to know how to start or where to go if you have an idea that you want to produce videos to promote your business.

    Relax - it is easy. You can even do it yourself without much outlay or experience.

    In this workshop I will show you how to work with a professional company to keep things simple, keep prices down, get your specific business messages out into the wider world, and directed at the right people.

    I will also show you how you can get set up for yourself using a camera you may already have, or a smart phone and a cheap clip on microphone, a pad and pencil a window and a chair. And how with these things you can STILL get great results that look and sound professional, that allow you the freedom to produce quick VLOGs, testimonial videos, and so on.

    I can help with the scripting of your message, some tips and tricks for what to include and what to leave out, the kind of language you should be using, how long your piece should be, and your approach to being in front of the camera.

    I can also show you how to build from that to slightly more ambitious pieces, by practising simple techniques, perhaps using better more dedicated gear, adding some lights, finding what works for you and making the most of it.

    You will get the impetus to get started by understanding what the benefits are for your business, how to fine tune your messages well as technical stuff like how long a piece should be.

    I will show you how to do simple editing on your laptop, or even your phone! Then the quickest way to upload to YouTube to get your message out there more or less immediately.

    Following a few simple routines gets the technical stuff sorted, and considering a few sensible artistic choices will make sure you can get up and running with the least amount of hassle and the most amount of good, clean, professional looking videos. Those videos can be working for you 24/7 and as you increase your online digital footprint, you can take on more ambitious pieces when youâre ready to really take advantage of the power of online video for your business.

    Wayne Avanson
    The Action House
    www.theactionhouse.com
    wayne.avanson@zen.co.uk

  • August: Wednesday 9th, Stanley House

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  • September: Thursday 7th, Barton Grange Hotel

    Time - 10.30 am to 11.45 am

    Presenter - Sarah Green, Training 2000 - Cyber Security Division

    Topic - Cybercrime: The Risk and The Remedy

    We all know the horror stories, so what does cyber security really mean?

    This session will guide participants how to approach cyber security from the top down, ensuring that it becomes part of your culture whether you are a sole trader or large organisation.

    Touching on real-life experience, we will discuss why everyone has or will be hacked at some point in their lives, and will provide some simple yet effective, hands-on guidance for how to secure yourselves, and your business from the bad guys.

    We will also discuss the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) which comes into force in May 2018, what this will mean for your business and how to ensure you comply.

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    âThe risks to modern business
    âGDPR â what it means for you
    âWhy people are a target
    âCyber breach case studies
    âThe cyber security landscape
    âBuilding your cyber security strategy

    Sarah Green is Business Manager of the Cyber Security Division at Training 2000 one of the UKâs largest group training associations. Sarahâs role is to lead, develop and grow the total vision for the companyâs cyber security business unit. Sarah provides training and consultancy to clients in line with the Governmentâs Cyber Security Strategy to empower commercial, public bodies and private individuals to ensure their systems and processes, both on and offline are robust, safe and secure.

    With over four yearsâ experience in strategic roles within the industry, Sarah feels passionate about helping businesses break down the barriers to putting cyber security processes in place, working with them to identify their risks and providing a gateway to information and support, so that they can protect against this ever-growing threat.


    Training 2000
    Furthergate Business Park
    Harwood Street
    Blackburn
    BB1 3BD

    01254 54659
    www.t2000cyber.co.uk

    Twitter:
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    @ItsCyberSarah

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    Training 2000 Cyber Security

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  • October: Thursday 12th, Stanley House

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  • November: Thursday 16th, Barton Grange Hotel

    Time - 10.30 - 11.45

    Presenter - Liz Hardwick, DigiEnable

    Topic - SEO Generating New Business, Even When the Office is Shut

    Did you know that almost three quarters of us now start our search for a new product or service online?

    This is why many businesses are switching onto the benefits of good SEO (Search Engine Optimisation) and it's ability to make sure that your business being seen ahead of your competitors.

    But do you know enough to ensure that your website is at a standard that will make a difference to your business?

    Would you know the right questions to ask to make sure you are getting value from an SEO provider? Is your website ranking well enough to make sure you are getting a share of the 3.5 billion Google searches that are taking place on a daily basis?

    This seminar is aimed at helping you answer the above questions, and giving you enough knowledge to understand what it takes to reach the elusive first page of Google.

    We will dispel some of the myths surrounding SEO and share tips which are working for our clients and generating those all-important leads. You will leave with a checklist to take back to your business and apply immediately, ensuring that you are in the best possible position to become top of the list for customers looking for services like yours.

    Liz Hardwick is a Partner in DigiEnable, a training provider who works with businesses, charities and councils to develop their online marketing. Liz also manages a team who deliver SEO services to a range of clients ranging from business consultants to window manufacturers and everything in between. DigiEnable were ranked 29th in the UK's Top 100 Digital Leaders in 2014.

    To find out more about Liz click here or visit https://www.digienable.co.uk/Who-is-Liz-Hardwick. To learn more about the services offered by DigiEnable, or to simply book time for a coffee and a chat, call DigiEnable on 0843 886 8470 or email info@DigiEnable.co.uk

  • December: Thursday 14th, Barton Grange Hotel

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  • January: Thursday 18th, Stanley House

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  • February: Thursday 15th, Bartle Hall

    Time - 10.30 - 11.45

    Presenter - Cassandra Fairclough, Global Radio

    Topic - DAX

     

  • March: Thursday 15th, Stanley House

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  • Chester
  • July: Thursday 6th, DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel

    Time - 10am registration for a 10.30am start

    Presenter - Tracy Griffiths

    Topic - Connection Power Hour!

    The Connection Power Hour returns!

    Following our successful seminar in January where our members shared their "Like to meets" and connected to act as the perfect introducer - its back!

    Black books at the ready â we are in for a Connection Power Hour!

    To attend you need to submit to us your top 3 âlike to meetsââ If you don't do this thinking ahead - it just won't work!

    We will then using the power of the people in the room, our black books and Linked in â to create a plan to attract them to our group over the next coming months.

    So â ready to be strategic? Ready to be focussed? Ready to help?

    Join us - and please BOOK EARLY!

  • August: Thursday 10th, DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel

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  • September: Wednesday 13th, The Chester Grosvenor

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  • October: Thursday 12th, TBC

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    Presenter - Paul Crudge of Pro Networks

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  • November: Thursday 9th, TBC

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    Presenter - Denis Stevenson of Rowlinsons Solicitors and Harry ??

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  • Exeter
  • July: Thursday 6th, Exeter Golf and Country Club 12noon - 2.00 pm

    Time - 10.00 am Registration and Refreshments for a 10.30 am Start

    Presenter - Andrew Smith - Managing Director - Corpdata Ltd

    Topic - GDPR - You Need To Prepare Yourself Now

    The GDPR regulations, which are the replacement for the aged Data Protection Act is already law, and it takes full effect in May 2018. It brings important protection through more robust data protection and privacy laws that are more suitable for the modern world and that finally allow private individuals to be in control of their own data, and how it is used.

    If you are in business, however, there is an additional reality - fines of up to 20 Million Euros for getting it wrong - so you need to start preparing your business now!

    Andrew's presentation offers an introduction to the new GDPR legislation. It will also cover:

    - The context and need for GDPR
    - What is changing from Data Protection Act to GDPR
    - The Scope of GDPR
    - The Principles
    - Rights of a Data Subject
    - First steps in Preparing yourself
    - Marketing & GDPR.

    Andy is Managing Director of Corpdata Ltd, a 25 year old company based in Teignmouth with a reputation for providing high quality B2B marketing data, database cleaning and data related services.

    He has run Corpdata for nearly all of those 25 years, but has also run 2 data companies in France, and 1 in the USA. Prior to becoming involved in data he was a technical IT person.

    He has been a member of the Institute of Directors for over 10 years and holds a Diploma in Company Direction.

    Married with 3 children, Andy tinkers with classic cars and has not yet grown out of enjoying computer games.

    Please use the link below to book for both the seminar and your lunch.

  • August: Thursday 10th, Exeter Racecourse 12 Noon - 2.00 pm

    Time - 10.00 am Registration and Refreshments for a 10.30 am Start

    Presenter - Nick Day - Director - Nicholas Day Associates

    Topic - Managing Change: Where Do You Start?

    From time-to-time we realise that something significant needs to shift in our organisation. There will be a trigger or signal that indicates this, and these can be either positive or negative: profit declines; staff retention falls; or we see a market opportunity to grow; or there is some change in the external environment that affects our business.

    But knowing the trigger for change is a bit like going to the doctor and stating your symptoms: you need a diagnosis to get to the root cause of the problem. So once you're clear about the trigger for changing your business model, where do you start the change process?

    All the research suggests that where you land up will depend on where you start. This seminar will provide you with a framework that helps develop your strategic analysis to find the right place to start in the cycle of change.

    Nick's presentation will cover:

    - His own business change story: the personal experience
    - Introduction to the cycle of business change
    - Clarity about the key points on the journey of change
    - Identifying what needs to change....
    - But also the Threads of Continuity
    - People behaviour as the bedrock of the journey
    - Having a Change Plan

    Nick Day has run his own niche consultancy, training, development and coaching business for over 26 years, primarily with public sector clients but increasingly in recent years with public-private partnerships.

    Trained as a probation officer Nick has focused his work on how individual behaviour is a key component in change, and his experience suggests that active collaboration is the basis for positive outcomes.

  • September: Wednesday 13th, Sandy Park 12 noon - 2.00 pm

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  • October: Thursday 5th, Exeter Golf and Country Club 12noon - 2.00 pm

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  • November: Thursday 2nd, Sandy Park 12 noon - 2.00 pm

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  • December: Wednesday 6th, Sandy Park 12 Noon - 2.00 pm

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  • Hull
  • July: Wednesday 19th, The Hallmark Hotel

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  • August: Wednesday 23rd, The Tickton Grange Hotel

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  • September: Wednesday 27th, The Hallmark Hotel

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  • November: Wednesday 22nd, The Hallmark Hotel

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  • Lincoln
  • June: Thursday 29th, the Lincoln Hotel

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  • London Central
  • July: Thursday 13th, Kingsway Hall Hotel 12.00 - 14.00

    Time - 10.00 am Registration and Refreshments for a 10.30 am Start

    Presenter - Dave Ottley - Managing Director - Balance for Business

    Topic - Is Your Business Fit To Borrow?

    This month's seminar is being presented by Dave Ottley, Managing Director of Balance for Business.

    Dave is an entrepreneur in banking and funding circles with a proven track record in helping companies successfully achieve the funding required to grow, develop and sustain their business for the future.

    With a straight-talking style and a motto of 'keeping it simple' for all parties, Dave has obtained over Â200m of approved funding of his clients over the past 6 years.

    In his presentation Dave will cover the reality of Business Borrowing in 2017?

    He points out that,"The current economic climate is challenging. We all must accept that business funding remains difficult to obtain. Cashflow is the lifeblood of any business and if your facilities prove to be insufficient (they may just need some re-structuring), then your business may be at risk."

    Dave says."The question on most business people's minds is "Will I be able to secure the borrowing I need?""

    This presentation will offer tips on how to get the support you need from your bank.

    Please use the link below to book for both the seminar and your lunch.

  • August: Thursday 17th, Kingsway Hall Hotel 12.00 - 14.00

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  • September: Thursday 21st, To Be Confirmed - West End 12.00 - 14.00

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  • November: Thursday 16th, DoubleTree by Hilton - West End 12.00 - 14.00

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  • Manchester
  • July: Wednesday 19th, The Lowry Hotel 12.00 noon - 2.00 pm

    Time - 10.00 am Registration and Refreshments for a 10.30 am Start

    Presenter - Paul Winterbottom - The Alternative Board

    Topic - Timeless Principles of Exceptional Businesses

    The Alternative Board (TAB) has, for 26 years, helped forward thinking entrepreneurs grow their businesses, increase their profitability and achieve their personal and business goals through a combination of Peer Advisory Boards and Private Business Coaching.

    Over that time, some consistent principles that exceptional businesses incorporate into their strategy, culture and operations have emerged.

    In his presentation Paul will be sharing just a few of these principles.

    Paul has been a member of the Manchester Network for 3 years since he established his TAB business in 2014

    He works with 20 clients who range from:
    - a handful of staff to 150;
    - a few hundred thousand pounds of turnover to several millions,
    - owners in their 20âs to others in their 50âs,
    - those with a couple of years experience running their own business to others with 20 or 30 years experience.

    In both 2016 and 2017 he was voted TABâs Facilitator of the Year at their European Conference.

    Please use the link below to book for both the seminar and your lunch.

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  • September: Thursday 28th, The Midland Hotel 12.00 noon - 2.00 pm

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  • October: Wednesday 25th, The Midland Hotel 12.00 noon - 2.00 pm

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  • Peterborough
  • July: Thursday 27th, The Haycock Hotel, 12.00 noon - 2.00pm

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  • September: Thursday 28th, Orton Hall Hotel & Spa, 12.00 noon - 2.00pm

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  • October: Thursday 19th, Orton Hall Hotel & Spa, 12.00 noon - 2.00pm

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  • November: Thursday 9th, Kingsgate Conference Centre, 12.00 noon - 2.00pm

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  • South Herts
  • July: Wednesday 19th, Aldwickbury Park Golf Club

    Time - 10.00 am Registration and Refreshments for a 10.30 am Start

    Presenter - Francis West - Westtek

    Topic - Top timesaving technology tricks for businesses

    40% of your day is a repetition of yesterday and will be repeated again tomorrow. The definition of madness is doing the same thing every day and expecting a different outcome. Do you want to learn how to break these patterns? Come along to this seminar and find out things that no training course will ever show you.

  • August: Wednesday 9th, Moor Park Golf Club

    Time - 10.00 am Registration and Refreshments for a 10.30 am Start

    Presenter - Charlie Ryan - CMR Recruitment

    Topic - Management and Retention of your Employees - DISC Profiling

    Charlie Ryan will give an insight into how personality profiling, using the globally popular DISC profiling, can help improve the effectiveness of your recruitment, and be an invaluable tool in the management and retention of your employees.

  • September: Wednesday 13th, Aldwickbury Park Golf Club

    Time - 10.00 am Registration and Refreshments for a 10.30 am Start

    Presenter - Garry Davis - Grow

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  • October: Wednesday 18th, Holiday Inn, London Elstree

    Time - 10.00 am Registration and Refreshments for a 10.30 am Start

    Presenter - David Ventura - Version 7 Consulting

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  • November: Wednesday 15th, Beales Hotel

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    Presenter - Monika Bhaduri - The Consumer Company

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  • South Humberside
  • July: Wednesday 5th, Scunthorpe United Football Club - TBC

    Time - 10am registration, start at 10:30 prompt

    Presenter - Carers Support Centre

    Topic - âSupporting Carers in the workplaceâ

    âDo you have a Carer working for you?
    âHow would you know?
    âWhat rights do they have?
    âWhat can you do to support them and retain their skills and experience?

    1 in 10 of the population are Carers.
    3 in 5 of us will become a Carer, and this can happen at any time

    Half of all Carers combine working and caringâ you will have Carers working for you!

    71% of working carers have felt lonely or isolated in the workplace as result of their caring responsibilities. Caring can also have a negative impact on work due to stress and tiredness.

    The peak age of caring (40âs to 60âs) often coincides with the peak of an individualâs career, when they have experience and skills valuable to their employers-
    Many Carers feel unsupported and leave work!

    Donât forget -Carers also have legal rights which extend to the workplace!

  • August: Wednesday 9th, TBC

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    Presenter - Pepperells - Shiv Nand, Shuhel Ahmed

    Topic - Can I afford to live & Can I afford to die

     

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  • South Manchester
  • July: Thursday 13th, Alderley Edge Hotel, 12.00 noon - 2.00pm

    Time - Registration 11.00am for a prompt 11.15am start

    Presenter - Wendy Roberts From HR Connected

    Topic - Take Control & Cut The Cost Of Sick Absence In Your Business

    Synopsis:

    Your employees are going to be off sick from time to time, fact! We know most employees also feel bad about letting down their colleagues and most employers are sympathetic about their staff's welfare. But absence because of recurring sickness can put your business in a tricky situation, particularly if you have no practices and policies in place for dealing with it. In this seminar we talk through your options to manage instances of short and long term sickness and the best practices you need to put in place to reduce the amount of sickness absence in your business.

    About The Presenter:

    Wendy has worked in the HR and Training world for 20 years, most recently as a HR director for a technology company. Since September last year, Wendy started her own HR consultancy business and has been working with a range of clients to build and improve upon their HR framework and management practices. Wendy has a wealth of experience advising managers and leadership teams on methods to significantly reduce sickness absences in the business, and providing detailed guidance to manage individual cases of short term and long term absence.

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Exeter Golf and Country Club 12noon - 2.00 pm

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The Haycock Hotel, 12.00 noon - 2.00pm

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Wednesday 19th July

Aldwickbury Park Golf Club

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Alderley Edge Hotel, 12.00 noon - 2.00pm

South Humberside Business Network

Wednesday 5th July

Scunthorpe United Football Club - TBC