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Plan for your next career move this autumn

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As we move into the autumn, our events programme continues with our Nursing Times Careers Live events, which will help you plan your next career move in your professional development

Plan for your next career move this autumn

Plan for your next career move this autumn

Fancy moving to a new part of the world, a new part of the country or just a new branch of nursing?

The autumn is here, meaning that, while summer and the school holidays are over, the rest of the Nursing Times events programme for 2018 is about to get into full swing. 

First of all, we have three more Nursing Times Careers Live events to help you consider, prepare for or even make the next move in your professional development.

We are coming to Manchester on 15 September, then Birmingham on 20 October and last, but not least, returning to London on 10 November.

Lots of people have already told us they are coming along and remember that it’s free to attend. Plus, not only will you get the chance to meet potential employers, you will also be able to listen to our excellent programme of speakers who will be on hand to offer advice and expertise. 

As it’s a Saturday, we want to build in a bit of fun too, so there will be makeovers, tea and cake, dancing lessons, a band and drinks all available – and with an NHS 70th birthday theme.

In addition, if you are interested in workforce issues – who isn’t – we are holding our inaugural Workforce Summit and Awards in London on 4 October.

The one-day conference will provide a national forum for those responsible for workforce planning, recruitment, and retention. We hope the programme will challenge, inspire and support organisations to attract and retain the best talent.

Meanwhile, on 31 October, our annual flagship event, the 2018 Nursing Times Awards, will be taking place at the Grosvenor House Hotel in the capital. 

Good luck if you or your organisation made the shortlist. If you did not make it through this year, then we urge you to enter in 2019. Award wins really do look great on your CV.

As you can see, it’s a packed autumn schedule and we hope to see you at at least one of our events. 

For more information, visit nursingtimes.net/events

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