Formerly known as the NACC conference exhibition, it is now called the NACC training and development forum and is aimed at caterers that operate in the care sector.
The event runs from 14 to 16 September and delegates are invited to presentations and workshops led by speakers such as Mo Baines, principal adviser at the Association for Public Service Excellence, and Geoff Booth, vice-principal at Westminster Kingsway College.
Alan Hatton-Yeo, chief executive of the Beth Johnson Foundation, and food safety consultant Ruth Bell are also expected to present. Topics will include: the effect of public policy on care catering; funding; difficulties with communication and swallowing; and strategy for good nutritional care for adults in all care settings.
The two-day forum will also include the NACC Awards 2011 gala dinner, which recognises excellence within care catering.
Derek Johnson, chair of the NACC, said: "Our national training and development forum is a vital part of the care catering industry calendar.
"Through a winning combination of relevant, educational and challenging presentations, workshops, networking sessions and exhibitions we can provide delegates with the information and tools they need to manage and embrace the changes and developments in our ever-growing and ever-evolving industry."
For more information and to register for the NACC training and development forum, visit www.mcculloughmoore.co.uk/nacc or call 0870 748 0180.
By Janie Stamford
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