We offer an extensive program of events, including seminars and workshops. Upcoming events are listed below. We hope you will find these of interest and will be able to join us.
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Emma Dowden-Teale of BWB will provide an overview of the important elements of an AO’s complaints process and how to ensure your arrangements are fit for purpose and meet Ofqual’s regulatory requirements
Wed 15 Nov 2017 BWB Events Read More and Book >
A range of experts from BWB will provide an overview of some of the legal implications associated with Brexit, including data protection, employment and immigration issues.
Wed 13 Sep 2017 BWB Events Read More and Book >
Melanie Carter and Alistair Williams of BWB will provide an overview of the GDPR and how the intention to give citizens more power over their personal data (including the right to be forgotten) could impact on awarding organisations.
Wed 05 Jul 2017 Webinars Read More and Book >
Webinar: A referral to the Ofqual legal enforcement team -how to respond (Federation of Awarding Bodies)
BWB's Emma Dowden-Teale and Sophie Lloyd will draw on their recent experience of working with AOs to provide an overview of how to respond to a referral to the Ofqual legal enforcement team
Wed 07 Jun 2017 BWB Events Read More and Book >
BWB's Emma Dowden-Teale and Claire Whittle are hosting a webinar to provide an overview of the Prevent Duty and relevant legislation and guidance, and will explain the relevance of the Prevent Duty and related legal obligations to awarding bodies.
Fri 19 May 2017 Webinars Read More and Book >
A conference for lawyers, advisers, advocates, campaigners, academics, policy advisers, senior voluntary sector personnel and legal services in public bodies.
Wed 15 Apr 2015 External Events Read More and Book >
A free one-day training course for public sector voluntary organisations on the 2014 EU Procurement Directives, presented by the Cabinet Office.
Wed 30 Jul 2014 External Events Read More and Book >
Public law toolkit for charities and voluntary organisations: challenging and campaigning using public law
Has your organisation or the group you represent been adversely affected by the decisions of a public authority – be it government policy makers, commissioners of public services, regulatory bodies, local authorities issuing grants or permits etc? If so, your organisation may have a pubic law remedy.
Wed 06 Nov 2013 BWB Events Read More and Book >
A roundtable discussion of the latest proposals to reform judicial review.
Mon 14 Oct 2013 BWB Events Read More and Book >