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Business opportunities in the public sector...
Business opportunities in the public sector

10 May, Mayfair Conference Centre, London W2

Following the Gershon efficiency review, opportunities for local government to work with the private sector are widespread. This conference will give private sector companies the information to

ensure business is managed and won effectively in this unique and lucrative market.

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Social care

8 June, Ibis Hotel Earls Court, London SW6

A case study-led conference, 'Transforming Social Care' will examine issues surrounding the structural, cultural and organisational changes and challenges in delivering the government's vision for social care. The conference explores direct payments schemes, the administrative and cultural challenges of separate children and adult care, closer working between councils and primary care trusts and the recruitment, retention and registration of social care workers.

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Extended schools

21 June, Copthorne Tara Hotel, London W8

'Co-ordinating Extended Schools: implementing a vision for better education & children's services' is a one-day event examining the problems associated with extending facilities. The programme brings together a mix of expert analysis and case studies. It will help councils and schools to plan and supply the best services for their communities.

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>> To register for any LGC conference, please contact the customer service team on: tel 020 7505 6044, fax 020 7505 6001, or e-mail

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