These exciting events are exclusively available for Delivery Organisations working on our justice and employment contracts. The events are fully funded by 3SC and provided at no cost to our suppliers and partners (the normal cost is £250), so sign up quickly as places are sure to go fast. The topics covered include: • Business development opportunities over the coming months including the Health and Work Programme and the Transforming Rehabilitation Innovation Fund • Merlin Standard requirements in order to deliver forthcoming contracts • Measuring your social impact As well as providing further information on 3SC's business development opportunities and the new Health and Work Programme, we also have a leading Merlin Inspector presenting. He will steer you through what the Merlin accreditation is all about; the benefits to your organisation, and why it’s important for the future of Public Services commissioning. There will be plenty of opportunity to ask any questions and for networking with colleagues, some of whom have already been through the Merlin accreditation process. This event is a “must attend” for any organisation working in the delivery of Public Services. Come and join us to find out about the latest quality requirements, upcoming opportunities for your business, and network with colleagues from across the sector. April 6th 2016 – London at The NCVO April 7th 2016 – Manchester at The Studio Registration at 10.00 am Close at 3.30 pm To book your place, please email firstname.lastname@example.org stating the following: Name: Organisation: Job title: Email address: Postal address: Telephone number: Please also state which event you would like to attend. Please Note: Places will be strictly limited to one booking per organisation and offered on a first come, first served basis. A £55 administration fee will be charged for nonattendance.
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