Events run by C&W Chamber Members
Welcome to our Member's Events page. Here you can see a list of upcoming events which our Members are running, providing you with the opportunity to extend your networking reach and build your contacts.
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Leadership and Team Building Exercise Midland Challenge!
Nesscliff Army Camp, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, SY4 1BH
Date: 25 April 2019 - tbc
Once again the Army West Midlands will be hosting our famous Leadership and Team Building Exercise Midland Challenge!
Midland Challenge will develop leadership skills, team build, improve your Communication, First Aid and Navigation skills as well as introduce you to all the skills and trades involved in the British Army.
The Exercise is free to attend but book your teams in early to avoid disappointment. Teams from the HE/ FE and Student Community will take priority.
The dates for Ex Midland Challenge are; 25-27 April, 23-25 May , 20-22 June and the 19-21 September.
All will be based out of Nesscliff Army Camp in Shropshire
Please contact me: [email protected] to book your teams! More details of the Exercise will follow in the New Year.
**One Day First Aid**
Barnacle Village Hall, Lower Road, Barnacle, CV7 9LE
Date: 26 April 2019 - 9:00am - 5:30pm
Did you know that 8 out of 10 businesses are not First Aid Compliant?
Make sure yours is not one of the 8 businesses, by booking your staff onto our One Day First Aid Course.
Join us for a day of learning on the 9th April in NAEC Stoneleigh. As part of your learning you wil a FAA certificate (which satisfies HSE requirements) and handbook as part of the cost of your course. Our one day course costs just £80. The formal qualification is a Level III - Emergency First Aid at Work.
On this one day course we will cover the following subjects in the First Aid Course:
- Responsibilities and reporting
- Basic hygiene in First Aid
- Assessment of the situation
- Dealing with an unresponsive casualty
- Resuscitation – including using CPR and an AED (Defib)
- Bleeding control
- Minor injuries
50+ Futures Project - supporting and retaining older workers
Warwickshire Suite, Edgebaston Cricket Ground , Birmingham, B5 7QU
Date: 30 April 2019 - 8:00am - 10:30am
Come and hear what other employers are doing and speak to providers who can help your older workers make the most of their futures.
About this Event
The National Careers Service is hosting a networking event which aims to support employers to develop their 50 plus workforce.
- Come and find out what free support is available to up-skill and develop your workforce.
- Hear what other employers are doing.
- Speak to providers who can help your older workers make the most of their futures.
The 50+ Futures Project aims to promote and raise employer awareness of the benefits of recruitment, training and retention of those aged 50 and over, retaining the skills and experience of their older workers.
Ignore the doom merchants ...
Venture House Business Centre, Avenue Farm Industrial Estate, Birmingham Road, Stratford-upon-Avon, CV37 0HR
Date: 30 April 2019 - 9:30am - 11:30am
... they say the economy is headed south, but I don't believe them; rather, I am heading south ... taking my next Focus Group to south Warwickshire!
If you need to generate more sales leads, grow your business and profits, and would like to hear how other business owners are succeeding with their marketing (and just as importantly, how they didn't so that you can avoid their mistakes) this event is for you.
This event is free to attend, as all costs are covered by sponsors, but you will be expected to participate fully, and share your experiences with the other attendees. Further details are on the registration page below.Read more
Mental Health in the Workplace: Skills for Managers
, , Birmingham,
Date: 30 April 2019 -
This training uses the new ACAS framework and real case studies to outline simple, practical steps that Managers and Supervisors can take to navigate the terrain with increased confidence and promote staff well-being, leading to reduced absence and presenteeism. This in turn will improve productivity and minimise the impact of mental ill health within the workplace. In addition, it will challenge common misconceptions regarding mental health and explain how supporting staff need not be costly or time-consuming.
To Book: Please call ACAS on 0300 123 1150 or email [email protected]