BAPCA has 6 bursaries of £200 to offer members who would otherwise struggle to pay the price to attend the full conference – i.e. those working as a person-centred counsellor for nothing. If you would like to apply for one these bursaries please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
We are pleased to announce that PCCS Books has created 10 bursaries for the 2015 BAPCA Conference. The bursaries will register the applicant as a BAPCA member and reduce the cost of the conference by £150. They are available to people who are not members of BAPCA who want to attend the whole conference on either a residential or camping basis. We would particularly like to encourage applications from students, service users and those who identify as belonging to a minority group.
The bursaries will entitle applicants to:
· Membership of BAPCA for 2015
· £50 off the conference fee as a member
· A further £100 reduction off the conference fee
This will mean that a non-member applicant will pay £280 for the full residential early bird rate (or £330 after 18 June) and become a BAPCA member. If you would like to apply for one of these bursaries please contact: email@example.com
If, at the conference, you would like to:
Run a workshop, share a paper, hold a panel discussion, offer a group, display your research, or other….
Please contact Annie Thompson: firstname.lastname@example.org
"Welcome to Shropshire, one of England's last remaining rural idylls. Here you will find the medieval county town of Shrewsbury, the birthplace of that evolutionary thinker Charles Darwin; Ironbridge saw the birth of the Industrial Revolution and is now a World Heritage Site, whilst Much Wenlock was the very inspiration for the Modern Olympic Games. To find out more about Shropshire go to www.visitshropshire.com. We are sure that attending the BAPCA conference in Shropshire will leave you suitably inspired too."
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