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Annual Conference 2010 - Booking Information

2010 Annual Conference & Exhibition, “Theatre, Lights, Action; Challenging and Improving Practice”

This year’s annual Conference & Exhibition is being held at the Deansgate Hilton in Manchester over the 7-8th May. Registration for the event begins at 8.15am on 7th May and the conference programme starts at 9.15am. Our wine reception and dinner is on the evening of the 7th.

This years programme includes fascinating talks by guest speakers on current and topical subjects and exhibition stands showcasing the latest technology, products and services.

Guest speakers include:

· Joe Mc Ardle, Chair of National Workforce Commissioners, NHS Northwest

· Penny Joyce, Senior Lecturer and ODP programme lead for University of Portsmouth

· Wayne Parsons, Senior ODP and Trauma coordinator at Queen Victoria Hospital

View the full programme here 

Please note: The College reserve the right to make changes to the programme as required.

Delegate Packages

7th & 8th May 2010 entrance to Conference & Exhibition, all refreshments, lunches, evening dinner and accommodation on 7th May:

Ticket Type    CODP Member Rates Non-member Rates (membership included)
Student £315.00 £365.00
Full £369.00 £520.00

Day rate for 7th or 8th May 2010. Entrance to the Conference & Exhibition, refreshments and lunch:

Ticket Type    CODP Member Rates Non-member Rates (membership included)
Student £125.00 £190.00
Full £149.00 £224.00

Day rate for 7th & 8th May 2010. Entrance to the Conference & Exhibition, refreshments and lunch on both event days:

Ticket Type    CODP Member Rates Non-member Rates (membership included)
Student £200.00 £304.00
Full £268.00 £403.00

Day delegates wishing to join us for our wine reception and dinner on the 7th May 2010 need to purchase a ticket in addition to their package at £50.

Any delegates requiring accommodation for the night prior to the Conference & Exhibition (6th May) are required to contact the Hilton directly, quoting ‘CODP’ as the booking reference.

For a map and directions to the venue, please click here. 

Ways to pay:

  • Cheque - Made payable "CODP" Click here to download a booking form
  • Invoice - Click here to complete group booking form
  • Paypal -  See below

Please fill in your memebrship number (if appropriate) and a contact telephone number and then click the PayPal button

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