As a follow up to the Symposium held in London last November by The Royal Foundation click here for a recap on last year. This ‘one year on’ event is being hosted by a collaboration of emergency service and first responder organisations, together with the charities that support them.
This year’s event, sponsored by Class Professional Publishing and Priority Dispatch, will be a unique opportunity to hear from practitioners, senior leaders, frontline staff and subject matter experts from a wide range of 999 services and organisations from across the UK. Bringing people together to share learning and showcase work, delegates will discover how to maximise the impact they can have on improving wellbeing within their own organisations and also hear the progress that has been made since the inaugural event last year.
The Symposium will also include a lived experience panel with members of three emergency services, sessions on getting active, family support, managing fatigue and supporting new recruits, and a Wellbeing Hub space for delegates to unwind in. The Symposium is also hosting the Emergency Responders’ Seniors Leaders Board meeting, with an update and next steps session being delivered to delegates by Martin Hewitt, Assistant Commissioner of the Chair of the National Police Chiefs Council.
The Symposium is open to anyone working within the emergency services and responder organisations with an interest in wellbeing and mental health. Whether you are a first responder, frontline staff or volunteer, a senior leader or HR/People team member, or a wellbeing practitioner – this event is for you.
The Symposium is free to attend with a limited number of spaces.
The deadline for registration is 31st October 2022.
How to book your place
To book your place, please click here.
For information on exhibitor opportunities, accommodation and more visit the College of Paramedics website here.