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ADINJC National Conference 2017

Your Price: £63.00

2017/10/08 09:00:00

ADINJC Annual Conference 2017

Sunday 8th October 2017

The Copthorne Hotel, Dudley, West Midlands, DY5 1UR
Contact:
01384-482882

www.millenniumhotels.co.uk

Prices:

Special discount price for the first 120 tickets so get yours early to benefit

First 120 tickets at £53 members £63 non-members

Then £73 members and £83 non- members

TICKETS SOLD 80

REMAINING ON OFFER 40

Rooms:

£70.00 including Vat – Classic Bedroom B&B (2 people)
£63.00 including Vat – Classic Bedroom B&B (1 person)

Join us on the Saturday evening October 7th for a free drinks reception

A 3 course meal at £16.75 is also available in the restaurant in an area reserved for the NJC

To book your ticket or for more details speak to Peter on 0800 8202 444

 

Speakers:

Meet the DVSA team:

Bringing you updates in our industry and a Q and A session

Sue Baker:

Award winning freelance motoring writer and broadcaster. She was a presenter on Top Gear for 11 years, and is former motoring editor of The Observer newspaper. Her work has covered all branches of the media, including newspapers, magazines, television, radio and online

Nick Croft: M.Ed. MAIRSO
Senior Advisor Road Safety Support and Chairman at AIRSO

Road Safety Support (RSS) is a not-for-profit company that provides a range of specialist services to local authorities, the police and other organisations in the UK and overseas that share a commitment to road casualty reduction.

RSS employ a team of leading specialists to provide support in all day-to-day casualty reduction activities.

Included in your day:

  • Conference Pack, including free gift
  • Lunch & Coffee included
  • Trade Stands
  • Raffle
  • Networking Opportunities
  • Saturday Social evening
  • Free on-site parking
  • Discounted overnight hotel accommodation

Ticket Prices

Earlybird Price (first 120 tickets)

£53 ADINJC members

£63 non-ADINJC members

Standard Price

£73 ADINJC members

£83 non-ADINJC members

Programme

8.30am Registration opens, coffee & trade stands open.
Morning sessions
09.30 Conference opened by our President – Neil Peek FIMTD
Welcome from the ADINJC Chairman – Lynne Barrie MA FIMTD
 PROGRAMME DETAILS TO BE ANNOUNCED
Afternoon sessions
PROGRAMME DETAILS TO BE ANNOUNCED
16.30 Conference ends

Thank you to all those who supported our conference in 2016 to make it such a great event. We look forward to seeing you and new attendees next year on Sunday 8th October 2017! *This programme may be subject to change.

Sue Baker — TV Presenter and journalist

Award winning freelance motoring writer and broadcaster. She was a presenter on Top Gear for 11 years, and is former motoring editor of The Observer newspaper. Her work has covered all branches of the media, including newspapers, magazines, television, radio and online

Nick Croft: M.Ed. MAIRSO

Senior Advisor Road Safety Support and Chairman at AIRSO.

Road Safety Support (RSS) is a not-for-profit company that provides a range of specialist services to local authorities, the police and other organisations in the UK and overseas that share a commitment to road casualty reduction.

RSS employ a team of leading specialists to provide support in all day-to-day casualty reduction activities.

Elizabeth Box is Head of Research at the RAC Foundation, an independent charity established to promote for the public benefit research into environmental, economic, mobility and safety issues relating to the use of motor vehicles. Elizabeth is responsible for commissioning a large programme of research addressing taxation, mobility, safety, environmental and road performance issues. She has spoken both nationally and internationally about UK transport policy, and has also presented RAC Foundation views to Government and Parliament on a range subjects including school travel, learning to drive, young driver safety, older people’s mobility, traffic signage, road network performance, road safety compliance and future transport policy. She sits on a wide variety of Government and Industry expert panels and steering groups and has been involved in policy discussions held around changes to the driving test. A transport planner by training, Elizabeth has an MA in Geography from Trinity College Cambridge and an MSc in Transport Planning from Oxford Brookes University. Elizabeth is currently undertaking a PhD with the Driving Research Group at Cranfield University, where she is researching education and training interventions to reduce young driver risk.

DVSA Speakers to announced.

Help for HEROS is our nominated charity for 2017

Check back later more presenters to be announced soon

With space for 250 delegates and 20 trade tables, the ADINJC annual conferences have proved to be very successful in previous years.

As well as the table you also get the opportunity to include any items or literature in the conference pack, promotional space on this conference website page and on the rolling PowerPoint presentation shown before the conference begins and during the lunch break.

For more information and how to book your table please email our Chairman, Lynne Barrie, chairman@adinjc.org.uk for further information.

Why not stay overnight and start the day with a hearty breakfast to set you up for the conference experience.

We have negotiated a special delegate rate using this code APPRO71017 of just £63 for a standard room with one occupant or £70 for a standard room with two occupants.

(prices include VAT, breakfast and use of hotel leisure facilities)

Use the opportunity to meet and network with other ADIs. There is an informal meal in the hotel’s waterfront restaurant on the Saturday evening which can be pre- booked for just £16.75 per person.

Click here to see the proposed menu (available shortly).

If you prefer to stay somewhere else then click here to look at other hotels near to the conference venue.

Please note that the ADINJC does not recommend or endorse any of the listed hotels and that all bookings made are between you and your selected hotel.

The President, Chairman and the entire Governing Committee of the ADINJC would like to say a sincere thank you to all of our valued sponsors without whom we could not successfully offer the range of services we currently provide.

ADINJC Supported Charities 2017

The ADINJC is proud to be able to support two very worthy charities again this year.

In conjunction with DMUK we set up a database of ADIs willing to provide driver training to disabled students.

We would like to urge our association members throughout the country to join us in trying to raise the profile of this organisation by organising local fund raising events.

Help for Heroes has been a supported charity of the ADINJC for many years and we are proud to say that we have contributed over £3,000 to this worthy cause.

“So many of our servicemen and women have made the ultimate sacrifice; so many lives have been lost and so many changed forever by the wounds that they have suffered in the course of their duties. For these selfless people, it is after the guns have fallen silent, the din of battle quietened, that the real fight begins – a fight that may last for the rest of their lives.”

HRH Prince Harry 2012

Disabled Motoring UK is not just an organisation for drivers. We also campaign for and support passengers, scooter and wheelchair users, their families and carers.

Our information officers can answer questions about accessible parking, vehicle adaptations, congestion charging and other issues which affect our members.

Our monthly magazine, Disabled Motoring, includes information on current campaigns, the latest news and reviews of vehicles, scooters and mobility aids as well as features on everything from accessible holidays to vehicle reviews. The magazine is free to members, who also benefit from a wide range of concessions and our confidential casework service.

For general enquiries please contact our General Secretary:-

Sue Duncan
Tel:- 01752 780350
Email:- secretary@adinjc.org.uk

For all booking enquiries please contact:-

Peter Boxshall
Tel:- 0800 820 2 444 | 03300 100 446
Email:- treasurer@adinjc.org.uk