Monday, 12 June, 2017
Queen Mary room, 6th Floor Cunard Building, Water Street, Liverpool, L3 1AH
9.00 am - 1.00pm

Learning hubs are an exciting new addition to the Champs CPD programme to support practitioners within local authorities to build their knowledge and skills and facilitate sharing of good practice across teams. Each learning hub will be hosted by a local authority. The sessions will be informal and aim to be interactive.   

Please note capacity is limited to 25, so places will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.

What will be the focus for Liverpool’s learning hub?

Liverpool’s learning hub will focus on two topics:

  1. Encouraging healthier out of home food provision
  2. Air quality

View the draft programme here

Who should attend?

Learning hub events are open to Local Authority practitioners from Cheshire & Merseyside working in public health, environmental health, planning and neighbourhood services.

How to register

Please register using the booking form below. You will receive an e-mail confirmation of your booking.

For further information

Please call 0151 666 5123 or e-mail champscpd@wirral.gov.uk

Event booking

Event Booking

Please note that once you have registered below your place is then booked for this event.

If you require any further information in the meantime, please contact the Champs support team on 0151 666 5123

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