Posted on 21st May 2015 by Jenny Hyde in dot2dot News
Macdonald Swan’s Nest Hotel, Stratford-upon-Avon
Thursday 2nd July 2015
9.30am – 12.30pm
£54.00 including VAT
Why should I attend?
This interactive workshop, which has been created by dot2dot – one of the UK’s leading specialist day nursery insurance providers – will review the safeguarding issues involved in nursery care from the lawyers and practitioner’s perspective. It will review the liability issues arising from accidental and non-accidental injuries, the processes of investigation, prosecution and the claims and consequences arising from these incidents. Delegates will take away an understanding of the law and legal processes involved and an insight into practical recommendations for managing these incidents in their workplaces.
Who will deliver this?
The workshop will be delivered by a team of expert lawyers from BLM, the UK and Ireland’s leading risk and insurance law firm, and barristers from Deans Court Chambers in Manchester. The team specialise in safeguarding and nursery claims and are recognised as leaders in this field.
What will we review?
The workshop will take delegates through a case study involving an injury to a toddler attending nursery. The events will unfold and will cover the impact of a formal investigation by Police, Ofsted and Local Authority on the nursery, its employees and managers including unwelcome media scrutiny. Delegates will be invited to contribute ideas and suggestions of their experiences and how they would manage the incident. A panel of experts will lead the discussion, providing legal advice and insight into best practice.
When and where?
This event is taking place on Thursday 2nd July 2015 at the Macdonald Swan’s Nest Hotel in Stratford upon Avon from 9:30am to 12:30pm. The seminar is scheduled for the day after the NMT Nursery Agenda Midlands, just ten minutes’ drive away and is organised by Nursery Management Today in association with ourselves. Anyone attending the Agenda is welcome but all other nursery owners or managers are equally welcome.
Tickets for this event cost £54.00 including VAT. To book your place, contact our events team via email firstname.lastname@example.org or via phone on 020 7720 2108 ext 223