Civil Contingencies 2011 - Continuity Forum Partner Event

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Civil Contingencies 2011
QEII Conference Centre, London. 
Tuesday 18th January, 2011
As emergency preparedness remains at the forefront of the political agenda, Civil Contingencies 2011 will explore the challenges we have faced and will continue to encounter in preparing for and responding to major disruptions, including:
Attend Civil Contingency 2011 and learn about up-dated policies, working under budget cuts, new risks and emergency plans that will provide better services for the UK’s resilience.
You will earn CPE credits for attending this event. Click here for full conference details.
Some of our confirmed speakers include:
For conference details including a full list of speakers and programme for the day, visit the official
As a supporter to the conference, you will receive £100 discount on your place to attend. This offer is very limited and will be processed on a first come, first serve basis…
Continuity Forum Rate only £149 + VAT
Standard public sector rate is £249 + VAT
CLICK HERE and complete our online booking form. 

Use promotional code ‘CF149’ at the time of booking to validate your discount.
Discounted attendance is limited
Please email: or call 0161 211 3053  to ensure discounted positions
Civil Contingencies 2011 booking
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Taking place in the impressive QEII Conference Centre, you’ll join 350 of your peers to hear these leading figures discuss the issues, challenges and pressures involved in the UK’s civil contingency plans. An afternoon panel discussion will focus on latest strategies for disaster recover – providing you with an opportunity to ask questions at the end.
Great networking opportunities

You’ll also be able to share your concerns, experiences and ideas with 350 other delegates all of whom are facing the same or similar challenges. There are coffee breaks throughout the day with an hour for lunch, providing you with plenty of time to discuss the day’s events.
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