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Interested in finding out how to help your business?

Interested in finding out how to help your business?

Then why not book a place at one of the Local Employer Advisory Forums…

These meetings provide employers with the opportunity to get advice and support for their business.

General topics up for discussion include:

Grant updates

Have your say and help change your Grants Scheme for the better whilst getting information and updates on the Scheme.

Levy changes

Get up to speed with your Levy scheme and get an update on the latest changes and developments.

Advice to help get ahead…

The guest speakers CITB are providing will help you win more business and give HSE advice to keep people compliant. There is also advise available on how to benefit from CITB products and services.

Mick Hamill, their Regional Development Manager for the North says, “We run employer forums twice a year and the sessions are very well attended, giving employers a chance to debate the issues of the day and work with us to provide solutions. Whilst we meet with employers on a daily basis, the forums provide the opportunity for small businesses to access and directly influence the decision makers within CITB.”

The employer forums run in spring and autumn each year.

Spring forum dates and info in 2016:

15th March South West Holiday Inn, Bristol (Filton)
16th March South East Holiday Inn, Basingstoke
17th March London Grand Connaught Rooms, 61-65
08:30 to 12:30 London Great Queen Street, London WC2B 5DA
31st March East Menzies Hotel, Bar Hill, Cambridge
5th April North East Durham County Cricket Club
6th April North West St. Helens Rugby Club
7th April Yorkshire and Humber Holiday Inn, Doncaster
8th April West Midlands Park Inn Hotel, West Bromwich
12th April East Midlands Everyday Champions Centre, Newark
27th April Cumbria and Lancashire Rheged, Penrith

If you’re interested and would like to book a place, or if you need more information about an event, please contact your local CITB representative at: