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We have long established background in the delivery of CPD events. We organise professional events covering a range of topics associated with CBT, delivered by specialists within their fields. The events provide high quality continuing professional development (CPD) and networking opportunities.
The events have been made possible thanks to our fantastic volunteer members of the regional Branch and Special Interest Group committees who are integral in the organising and running of BABCP events.
See our CPD Guidance information for details of acceptable CPD for BABCP Accreditation.
As well as the CPD events listed below, we also host conferences each year. Here are our conferences being held in 2023 -
17 - 19 April - Spring Workshops - Online
4 & 5 May - 50 years of CBT in Ireland - Dublin
11 & 12 May - 50 years of CBT in Scotland - Stirling
Regional and Special Interest Group meetings also take place both virtually and face to face. They provide an opportunity to meet others in the same field of work, to share experiences and ideas.
By registering on a BABCP event you accept the following terms -
If you need to cancel an event booking, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Cancellations made up to 5 days prior to the event will receive a full refund. No refunds for cancellations within 5 days of the event, or for failure to attend.
BABCP cancels events only when necessary, but reserves the right to do so, as well as to reschedule events and substitute presenters. If an event is cancelled you will be given a full refund of registration fees paid.
BABCP expressly excludes any liability for any direct or indirect losses or damages arising as a result of an event cancellation and will not be responsible for any associated costs incurred i.e. travel or accommodation. As such it is recommended that you do not book non-refundable travel or accommodation.
Equity, equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI) is central to BABCPs events – from how they are organised, topics covered, accessibility, who is involved and how they are facilitated.
Our aim is to have an environment that respects and values difference, where everyone feels welcomed and confident to be themselves. To this end, we acknowledge the following basic rights for everyone involved; To be treated with respect, dignity and to be treated fairly.
We ask all our stakeholders to recognise these rights and act in accordance with them.
Our EDI Values
For BABCP’s EDI statement please see here