The OT Show, 22-23 November, NEC, Birmingham – Free to attend
The IRCM stand will be at the show on both days and on the 23rd the OT Show is hosting the IRCM Roadshow.
In the roadshow we will be looking at IRCM’s role, why it is important and what it means for the public and case managers. The Case Management Standards of Proficiency will be explored, including considering how they interact with other professional standards.
CPD plays an important role and we will consider how this and supervision can enhance quality and safety for practitioners and service users. We’ll also look at the importance of self-care and putting your own oxygen mask on before helping others,
As well as CPD there will be networking opportunities with a chance to build new connections and to get to know the IRCM team.
More about the OT Show
The Occupational Therapy Show is the UK’s leading event for the OT community held at the NEC Birmingham on 22-23 November 2023.
The show’s driving force is to make it easier for occupational therapists to find updated information, new resources, and support from peers, all in one place.
FREE to attend, you will have access to our unmatched CPD accredited conference programme, spread across six different theatres, over two days. Our educational programme is specifically designed by occupational therapists for occupational therapists. The speakers are carefully selected, and the content is thoughtfully curated for all bands and specialisms working within health organisations, social care services, housing, education, voluntary organisations, or as independent practitioners.
Walk through our exhibition hall showcasing the latest products and services to gain expert advice and ensure your clients have the right options to assist them with independent living.
Book your free place here.
The next IRCM online Check-in is TBC
This is an informal session for stakeholders including case managers and the providers and purchasers of case management services.
These are two-way sessions and we want you to get involved in the discussion. As well as keeping you up to date with IRCM’s activities we want to collect your views and ideas.
Feel free to make it a working lunch and enjoy your coffee or sandwiches during these sessions; we understand your time is valuable and really appreciate your support for IRCM.
Check-in Session Recordings
November 2023 Check-in – Chair Carole Chantler updates on IRCM’s work, covers frequently asked questions and details about director and committee member recruitment
June 2023 Check-in – Chair of the Education Group Chris Parker launches our CPD policy and scope of practice guidance. Incoming Chair Carole Chantler responds to recent questions we have received and we say goodbye to outgoing Chair Angela Kerr.
May 2023 Check-in – Incoming Chair Carole Chantler introduces herself and current Chair Angela Kerr talks about eligibility for registration including clarification around case managers in training and case management assistants
January 2023 Check-in – Chair Angela Kerr and Chair of the Education Group Chris Parker talk about scope of practice, the Professional Standards Authority and their accredited register scheme and consultation
November 2022 Check-in – Chair Angela Kerr and Chair of the Education Group Chris Parker talk about our plans for CPD requirements and recap on a busy year
October 2022 Check-in – Chair Angela Kerr, Director Karen Burgin, and Chair of the Education Group Chris Parker talk about the Case Management Competency Framework and Standards of Proficiency as part of their launch
September 2022 Check-in – Chair Angela Kerr updates on progress over the Summer including the launch of the supporters’ community and highlights the areas of current focus.
July 2022 Check-in – Chris Parker, Chair of the Education Group, outlines progress on the development of the competency framework and Chair Angela Kerr talks about our supporter community.
May 2022 Check-in – Karen Burgin, Director and Chair of the Governance Group, talk about the process for raising concerns about registrants and Chair Angela Kerr talks about our wider work.
April 2022 Check-in – education update from the Chair of the Education Committee, Chris Parker.
Please note that this is some interference on the sound early on but it clears up quite quickly.
February 2022 Check-in – registration update from IRCM Director and Chair of the Registration Group Deborah Edwards.
Please note that the Q&A section of this check-in is not included in this recording. The questions have been incorporated into the FAQ.