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Here you will find the details of all the events that UHR run, as well as details of some other related sector events. If you can't find the event you are looking for, or you have ideas about future events, then please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
In addition, a number of workshops can be run at a regional level. For more information click here to download details, or contact UHR's CPD Manager Naomi Holloway on the email above.
We run a busy training calendar, so here are the next few events, but you can find the full calendar below:
In 2020 the UHR Conference will be held at the Wyboston Lakes conference centre in Bedfordshire, from 19 to 21 May 2020.
Following on from the huge success of our previous conferences, the 2020 event will be as stimulating and inspiring as ever. The conference brings those working in the sector an exciting mix of plenary speakers, workshops, legal sessions, evening social activities as well as a fantastic Gala Dinner and the UHR Awards.
We have now issued a call for submissions to those wanting to provide workshops and legal sessions. Delegate booking opens on Monday 21 October. Details are here.
There are many active working groups in UHR and here are the next few meetings on the agenda:
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