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Hub Training Programme 2016-17

The Hub has announced its Legal Training Programme for 2016-17 and places are available to book now. Free to NHS staff.

Each year the Hub runs a number of legal training sessions on subjects of interest to its members and associates. These are led by legal firms on the NHS Commercial Alliance Legal Services Framework which offer their time and expertise as part of an on-going partnership with the Hub.

Topics vary, but all are targeted towards staff working in the health and social care arena, including Acute Trusts, Mental Health and Community Trusts, CCGs. Seminars are free to attend for all NHS staff, unless otherwise stated.

The titles of this year’s seminars can be seen below. All sessions take place at Victoria House, Fulbourn, Cambridge.

Please click on the relevant title below to find out more information about each event and to register to attend. (Bookings from non NHS staff will be deleted.)

 

Hub Legal Training Programme 2016-17

Conference

COMPLETED   The new ‘Light Touch’ regime – what it will mean in practice? (Mills & Reeve LLP

COMPLETED   Procurement legal challenges – How to prevent and defend them. (Trowers & Hamlins LLP) 

COMPLETED   Dynamic purchasing systems - (Trowers & Hamlins LLP)

POSTPONED   Integrated care – The challenges and how to get it done (Pinsent Masons LLP)

COMPLETED   Public to public contracting and new contracting models (Hill Dickinson LLP)

COMPLETED   Legal aspects of commissioning procurement (Hill Dickinson LLP)

16/09/16 (pm)   The procurement tightrope: The Public Contracts Regulations reviewed and explained (Michelmores LLP)

23/09/16 (am)   The legal aspects of setting up and running framework agreements (Pinsent Masons LLP)

04/11/16 (am)   Living the contract – a practical guide to holding suppliers to the terms of contracts (Michelmores LLP)

11/11/16 (pm)   Procurement evaluation workshop – a practical guide to carrying out a robust evaluation (Mills & Reeve LLP)

 

For further information, contact Melanie Nicholson, Hub Communications Manager: melanie.nicholson@eoecph.nhs.uk