The OT Show is FREE to Attend!
18th Nov, 2016
It’s almost time for The OT Show at the NEC in Birmingham! From the 23rd-24th November 2016, our Occupational Therapy Team will be setting up shop at the largest OT event in the UK.
With an estimated 4,500 OTs expected to attend, this is an unmissable event for occupational therapy professionals from all backgrounds and specialties. The best part? Attendance is totally FREE!
Why not make the most of your day, particularly if you’re a physiotherapist, and buy a ticket to The Therapy Expo as well? At £149 +VAT, you’ll experience everything the world of therapy has to offer with the added bonus of the OT exhibition just across the hall (which is where you’ll find us!).
If you’re in the area, don’t miss your opportunity to find out how we can give you pick of the OT jobs and physio jobs, both in the UK and internationally!
Can’t make it? Why not refer a friend or colleague to meet Your World Healthcare on Stand F12 (in the OT Show Hall) and provide your name…we might just reward you!*
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