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National Training Day 21st June 2017 Crowne Plaza (Stratford-upon-Avon), Bridgefoot, Stratford-upon-Avon CV37 6YR West Midlands
Members Fee: £130.00 + VAT
Non-Members Fee: £205.00 + VAT
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The Institute's Annual National Training Day will take place at the Crowne Plaza, Stratford-upon-Avon on Wednesday 21st June 2017.The aim of the day is to provide a valuable learning and discussion opportunity for everyone involved within the licensing field, and to increase understanding and promote discussion in relation to the subject areas and the impact of forthcoming changes and recent case law.
The hotel is set amid landscaped gardens beside the River Avon, 20 miles from Birmingham Airport (BHX) and 10 minutes off the M40 motorway. There is plentiful, free on-site parking and the town centre is a two-minute walk away. Stratford-upon-Avon railway station is only a mile away, with frequent trains to London and Birmingham.
This years IoL National Training Day will include the following speakers:Daniel Davies - IoL ChairmanPhilip Kolvin QC, Cornerstone Barristers & Chair of Nighttime CommissionPeter Marks, CEO Deltic Group & Toby Smith, CEO Novus LeisureJames Button, James Button & CoSusanna Fitzgerald QC, One Essex CourtGary Grant, Francis Taylor BuildingsDEFRAHome OfficeGambling CommissionDelegates can choose to stay the night before, joining us for a barbeque and boat trip. A great networking opportunity. The non-member fee includes complimentary membership for 2017/18. The Institute of Licensing acredits this training for 5 hours CPD.
Programme09.00 Arrival and Registration09.30 Opening and Welcome - Dan Davies - Chair of IoL09.50 The First 6 Months as Chair of the Nighttime Commission - Philip Kolvin QC, IoL Patron10.35 Peter Marks - CEO Deltic Group & Toby Smith - CEO Novus Leisure - Partnership Working and Social Responsibility11.20 Tea/Coffee11.40 TAXI's - James Button, James Button and Co or Animal Welfare - Andy Howarth, DEFRA and Mark Berry, Stockton Borough Council(Delegates can choose either session to attend)12.25 Scrap Metal - James Button, James Button & Co or Safeguarding and Gambling - Rob Burkitt, Gambling Commission(Delegates can choose either session to attend)13.10 LUNCH14.00 Case Law Update - Susanna Fitzgerald QC, One Essex Court & David Lucas, Fraser Brown14.45 Tea/Coffee15.00 Update on national register of revocations and refusals (Taxi/PH) - Rebecca Johnson - Local Government Association & Tracy Forth - National Anti Fraud Network15.45 Gary Grant, Francis Taylor Building - Licensing reforms in the Policing and Crime Act 201716.30 Close
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National Training Day Attachments

IoL presentation animal activities licensing 21.06.17.pdf
NTD17 Animal Welfare Mark Berry Presentation.pdf
15.00 Rebecca & Tracy - LGA & NAFN - NTD June 2017.pdf
12.25 - Rob Burkit - Gambling & Safeguarding NTD.pdf
10.35 (1) - Toby Smith- Novus Leisure.pdf
10.35 (2) Peter Marks - Deltic Group.pdf
15.45 - Gary Grant - Licensing Reforms presentation.pdf
14.00 Case Law Update - Susanna and David.pdf

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