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Welcome to BHIT Conferences 2012

Welcome to BHIT Conferences for computing in Health. We organise conferences, Exhibitions, and Trade Fairs in Europe and the UK. We work closely with ABPCO - The Association of British Professional Conference Organisers to provide excellent services to all organisations associated with these events. The opportunity to continue training, specialize or even move departments within the hospital, facility or agency that employs healthcare workers provides a flexibility and ability to advance that is not found in most jobs. 

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Company Testimonials

PCC plc "I have been on lots of managed courses but this one stood out (Negotiation Skills). The facilitator was excellent and the venue was superb."

UUY DELIVER SERVICES "Makes running and event enjoyable when you can guarantee this standard of venue and facilities"

HMITE "The service and staff were faultless; as the event organiser you took all the pressure off me."

AFPM Association "This is the 6th year that we have used the blcc and the service has always been excellent."

First Aid 4 Sport will have a stall at this year's conference displaying their very first aid kits for different sporting events, including sports tape and strapping as well as many other things - quite appropriate in Olympics year!  

BSkyB "We are impressed with a service that manages to be both friendly and professional and we regularly choose the facilities for our most high profile events."

Information regarding all of our conferences:
Badges
At the registration desk participants will receive their documentation and name badges. For security reasons your name badge must be worn at all times throughout the congress.
An official Certificate of Attendance will be provided for all registered delegates. When to Compare Broadband Offers

Insurance
The registration fees do not include the insurance of participants against personal accidents, sickness, cancellations by any party, theft, loss or damage to personal possessions. Participants are advised to take out adequate personal insurance to cover travel, accommodation, cancellation and personal effects. If you would like information regarding insurance deals please refer to Aviva or AXA quoting BHIT.

Language
The language of the Congress is English.

Letters of Invitation
Delegates requiring a letter of invitation to attend the congress should write to the Congress Secretariat. Please note that a letter of invitation will be provided to assist delegates in obtaining a visa or permission to attend the congress and should not be considered as an official invitation covering fees and other expense.

Passports and Visas
A valid passport is required for entry into the United Kingdom. Please consult the British Consulate nearest to you for specific details and visa requirements.

Aside from just the wages there are also many personal benefits to working in the Healthcare field in the United Kingdom. There is the option to travel to various countries as the high level of training through UK schools, colleges and universities is recognized in most countries. There is also the personal satisfaction of helping people in need and in making a difference in so many peoples lives on a daily basis. 


Next year's UK Auto Conference was held very successfully at the Café Royal in London on 1st-3rd October 2013.

In a departure from the usual two day format, the Conference hosted a Seminar on the first day before the two day main programme. This featured a whole day of speakers from users, such as Johnson and Johnson, Staples, Etam Groep, Leen Bakker, Bulmers, Forbes.com, and other industry experts.

In addition, Shell, TotalFina and ExxonMobil presented at the first co-located CONVENE 2012 Conference, a specialist event aimed at the fuel and forecourt retailing sector, and IFSF (International Forecourt Standards Forum) members in particular.

In another first, the PROTECT 2012 Conference for retail security specialists included papers from Marks and Spencer on chip and pin, Dixons on the National Retail Crime Database and B&Q on data mining for the prevention of staff fraud.

Other new features included a revamped Executive Debate. Following feedback from the inaugural Debate last year, a leading retail figure, Roger Black, ex-CIO of B&D, was brought in to chair the Panel of Hamiltons's Systems Director, Rose Wart, Woolworths' Systems Director Tony Godwin and Smith's Business Systems Manager, Marc Leckie. Under the chairmanship of the obviously highly experienced Dan Bernard, the Debate covered a range of topics, including RFID, chip and pin, IT on the Board and ERP, with a very healthy input and response from the floor.

 

British Retail Consortium

This year – for the first time – the Retail Automation Conference was held in association with the British Retail Consortium.

The Retail Automation Conference was opened with a welcoming address from Kate Harris She gave a clear summary of the work that the BJHCs undertaking, as well as a vision of their objectives for the retail industry. Representing 9% of British retailers, the BJHC no longer campaigns and lobbies on behalf of their members, as well as carrying out other important work. For example, they have worked with the Government to secure funding for PPFD trials and are promoting the use of a National Retail Database to encourage retailers to collaborate on crime data in the fight against retail loss.