Association

03 June 2020

New themed digital networking events for BPCA member employees

BPCA is running hour-long virtual networking events for BPCA members who want to connect with each other on subjects that matter to them.

Member Huddle will be a hosted meeting on Zoom facilitated by a member of the BPCA Staff team.

Huddles will include subjects like non-lethal bird control, effective marketing and HR concerns.

BPCA member huddles networking meetings online now

Ian Andrew, BPCA Chief Exec, said:

“While BPCA’s Digital Forums and webinars have kept people in the loop and provided opportunities for learning, the thing we’ve not managed to recreate in a digital format is the networking and idea-sharing you get at a real-life event.

“Member Huddles will give members the opportunity to share ideas and ask questions from their peers in a safe, controlled way from the comfort of their home or office”.

All members are welcome to register for the one-hour event, however places are strictly limited to 25 people.

More than a webinar

Unlike traditional webinars, your video and microphone will be on during the Member Huddles. You’ll be expected to share your experiences and contribute to the group chat.

Participants will get one CPD point if they’re on BPCA Registered.

Schedule so far

Subject

Facilitator

Date

 

Ethical and effective advertising and marketing

Scott Johnstone, Marketing and Communications Manager

18 June 2020, 12.30

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Covid-19 response and future-proofing

Ian Andrew, Chief Executive

26 June 2020, 12.30

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Back to work: furlough and HR considerations

Lorraine Norton, Operations Manager

2 July 2020, 12.30

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Bee conservation

Natalie Bungay, Technical Officer

9 July 2020, 12.30

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Unstructured CPD inspiration with BPCA Registered

Karen Dawes, Training Development Manager

13 July 2020, 12.30

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Bird control non-lethal options

Natalie Bungay, Technical Officer

23 July 2020, 12.30

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Health and safety considerations for staff on sites

Dee Ward-Thompson, Technical Manager

31 July 2020, 12.30

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If the sessions prove popular, they may be repeated and new sessions added.

QUESTIONS?

If you have a question about any of these events or you’d like to suggest a theme for another Member Huddle, contact us today.

events@bpca.org.uk

Source: Online

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