Who’s heading to the British Academy of Audiology's Annual Conference?
06th Nov, 2018
It’s time for the British Academy of Audiology's Conference, and we’ve got a team of Your Worlders heading up to Liverpool to meet you.
This year, the conference will be held on the 8th and 9th November at the ACC Liverpool. If you haven’t attended the event before, make sure to come this year as it’s the conference’s 15th birthday! Most importantly, it’s a fantastic networking event and an opportunity to develop your professional skills.
Alana Lambert, from Your World’s Audiology Team, is visiting the event for the first time:
‘The BAA Conference is the largest association of professionals in hearing and balance in the UK. It gives us, at Your World Healthcare, the chance to meet you, have a chat and see how we can help you to further your career.
If you come to our stand, you’ll be able to meet me in person to ask any questions you have about your audiology career and discuss what the future holds for you as a locum audiologist.
I’m looking forward to meeting you and discussing the exciting opportunities Your World has for you!’
Also attending the event is Your World’s Key Account Director, Alex Flowerdew, and Tom Peppiatt, who you may have met at previous BAA conferences; he will be there to cater those looking for permanent audiology jobs.
Why single out our stand? Your World is the UK’s largest supplier of audiologists! We have a wide range of audiology jobs– many of which are on an exclusive basis for our candidates, with the best selection of roles and rates of pay.
If you’re attending the event, make sure you come and say hello to the Your World Audiology Team on stand 46.
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