Taking Stock 2016 will take place at the Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester on Friday 21st October 2016.
Bookings are closed now for the event. What follows are joining instructions for the day.
The RNCM is easily accessible via public transport – there is an almost continual stream of buses running along the Oxford Road corridor. There is a page on the venue’s website with travel instructions
The RNCM does not have its own parking available – there are multi-storey car parks nearby for the University of Manchester and the Aquatics Centre but please be aware that they do become full quickly.
There is a Twitter hashtag for the day – #tstock2016 – so please tweet before, during and after the event.
When you arrive at the RNCM, can you please sign in at the designated registration table – the local authority AMHPs who are members of AMHPA will register on the lower concourse – paying delegates and guests will register on the upper concourse. You will then be given a delegate pack, please hold onto this as you will not be granted entry into the auditorium without one.
Please note that we will be recording parts of the event and will also be interviewing people during the day, should you wish to be included for an interview, please make yourself known to one of the AMHPA board members on the day.
This year’s event has the over-arching theme of The Guiding Principles of the Mental Health Act
Please note: If you or your organisation needs to pay for tickets via Purchase Order/Invoice as you cannot pay directly via EventBrite, this can be done by contacting AMHPA directly via: email@example.com
|The current flyer with booking details can be downloaded by clicking on the link below or the image to the right:|
There are two ways of booking on the event, depending whether or not you are a member of AMHPA:
|For non-AMHPA members – i.e. Doctors, Lawyers, Mental Health Law administrators etc.||The booking procedure for paying delegates is through Eventbrite
Please click here to go to Taking Stock’s Eventbrite page.
|For AMHPA members – i.e. AMHPs employed by participating Local Authorities:||Please book your place via the AMHP professional lead or workforce development in your organisation.|
Andrew Holt – AMHPA Chair