ACCS REGIONAL TRAINING DAYS

Please find below the ACCS Regional Training Programme 2019/2020. Please ensure you liaise with your individual departments to arrange study leave on these days.

 

COVID-19 UPDATE - 15TH MAY 2020

Regional teaching will resume from June 2020. There will be an online format and we plan to hold weekly 2 hour sessions on Wednesdays instead of whole days.  Please be patient while we get this up and running - we will post details shortly.

ACCS CT2 Anaesthetics Introductory Day - Friday 9th August 2019

To be attended by all ACCS CT2 trainees commencing Anaesthetics in August 2019. 

Host: School of Anaesthetics 

Time: 12:30 - 17:00hrs

Venue: Michael Salmon Building, Anglia Ruskin University (Chelmsford Campus) Chelmsford Campus, Bishop Hall Lane, Chelmsford, CM1 1SQ  Site Map

Unfortunately there is no lunch provided, so please eat before you arrive. There is limited parking in Rectory Lane West car park - so please consider coming by train or sharing lifts. Parking is best at the Chelmer Valley park & ride (CM3 3PR) as the bus goes straight to the Anglia Ruskin University.

Programme:  

12:30             Coffee and Registration

                      Please obtain your WiFi code at reception and log in

13:00             Welcome and Introduction to the School                         

13:20             Breakout session

Core Anaesthesia / ACCS CT 2 Anaesthesia

ACCS CT 2 EM / AM

Where to start

Workbook

IAC

LLP

Logbook

Exams

Teaching programmes

ARCP

Timeline

Where to find information

ACCS Workbook

e-Portfolio

IAC

Introduction to Anaesthesia

ARCP + checklist

Teaching programmes

Locums

Timeline

Other to do’s

14:30             Coffee

14:45      

Core Anaesthesia / ACCS CT 2 Anaesthesia

ACCS CT 2 EM / AM

Where to start

Workbook

IAC

LLP

Logbook

Exams

Teaching programmes

ARCP

Where to find information

ACCS Workbook

e-Portfolio

IAC

Introduction to Anaesthesia

ARCP

Teaching programmes

Locums

Other to do’s

 

16:00             Resilience & Support           Dr Matthew Simpson                                  

16:15             Trainee representative                                                        

16:30             Questions                                                           

16:40             Summary and close                                                             

 

Faculty

 

Dr Helen Goddard

Dr Hasanthi Gooneratne

Dr Kamal Patel

Dr Elspeth Reid

Dr Matthew Simpson

Dr Jo Walker

Dr Nina Walton

Dr Nick Wilson

Dr Diane Williamson

ACCS CT1 Introductory Day - Friday 23rd August 2019

To be attended by all ACCS CT1 trainees irrespective of parent speciality. 

Host: Dr Diane Williamson, ACCS Training Progamme Director

Venue: Alice Fisher Lecture Theatre, Addenbrooke's Hospital, Hills Road, Cambridge, CB2 0QQ    Please click for a site map here

The Alice Fisher Lecture Theatre is located in the 'S Wards' building. Please enter the 'S Block' building main entrance (shown as a green rectangle on map) and continue straight ahead to enter the foyer of the lecture theatre. As you walk through into the foyer the entrance doors to the lecture theatre are of your left.

Please note that the parking onsite is expensive for the full day and we are unable to offer subsidised parking. However the hospital is well linked to 3 local park and ride sites. Further details can be located here

Please ensure that you bring a packed lunch or money to purchase food on site.

Programme:

(For a printable copy of the programme please click here)

09:00 – 09:30hrs                  Registration and refreshments

09:30 – 09:45hrs                  Introduction and Format of the Day  Dr Diane Williamson, Training Program Director nd Mrs Anna Frost, Administration Manager

09:45 – 10:45hrs                  Overview of ACCS Dr Diane Williamson and Mrs Anna Frost

  • Communication and Contact Information
  • HEEoE Website
  • Supervisors
  • Regional Training Programme
  • ACCS Handbook
  • ARCP Process, Checklist and Preparation    

10:45 – 11:00hrs                  Break – refreshments

11:00 – 11:45hrs                  A Day in the life of a EM Doctor  Dr Sarah Hazleman, Consultant in Emergency Medicine       

11:45 – 12:15hrs                 Update from Head of School  Dr Nam Tong, Head of School, School of Emergency Medicine

12:15 – 13:00hrs                  Trainee Perspective Dr Kashif Malik, ST3 Emergency Medicine Trainee

  • What to expect in ACCS
  • Demonstration of e-portfolio
  • Avoiding pitfalls
  • Getting the best out of training

13:00 – 14:00hrs                  Lunch and opportunity for TPD / Admin Manager One-on-One discussions

                                                Please bring a packed lunch or money to buy.

14:15 – 14:30hrs     Nominations for Trainee Representative & Educational Resources Leads

14:30 – 15:30hrs      Divide into Specialty Streams for Discussions led by:

                                    Dr Kamal Patel – Acute Medicine Consultant

                                    Dr Ravi Kare - Anaesthetics Consultant

                                    Dr Diane Williamson – Emergency Medicine Consultant

15:30 – 16:00hrs     Round-up of One-on-One and Open Discussion

Feedback and Close

 

ACCS CT1 Training Day - Friday 6th September 2019

To be attended by all ACCS CT1 trainees irrespective of parent speciality. 

Host: Lister Hospital, Dr Elizabeth Turner, Consultant in Emergency Medicine 

Venue: Lister Education Centre, Oak Room, Coreys Mill Lane, Stevenage, Hertfordshire, SG1 4AB    Please click for a site map here

Parking: Lister Multi storey £9:10 for day

Parking at Sainsbury’s carpark is a short walk away (less than it takes to get into the multi-storey carpark) £4/day – but you have to book up at least the day before. Please click here for the link

Please ensure that you bring a packed lunch or money to purchase food on site.

Programme:

09:30 - 10:00: Registration and Coffee 

10:00 - 10:15: Introduction to teaching days and housekeeping - Dr Elizabeth Turner 

10:15 - 11:00:  CAP 10 Cyanosis - Dr Jon Bramall​

11:00 - 11:15: Coffee Break

11:15 - 12:00: CC 3 Therapeutics and Safe Prescribing – Dr Carolyn Meredith

12:00 -13:00: Lunch 

13:00 - 14:30: Leadership - Steven Andrews

14:30 - 14:45: Coffee Break

14:45 - 15:30: Time and Workload Management – Drs Sneha Narayanaswami, Dr Alex Gaetos, Dr Omar Hussain​

15:30 - 16:15 CAP 3 Acute Back Pain - Dr Mike Iacovou​

 16:15 - 16:30: Closing Remarks and feedback forms – Dr Elizabeth Turner

ACCS CT1 & CT2 Emergency Medicine Training Day - Monday 14th October 2019

To be attended by all ACCS CT1 & CT2 Emergency Medicine Trainees

Host: Broomfield Hospital, ChelmsfordProgramme Director: Mr Pawan Gupta, TPD, HEE, EoE

Venue: Medical Academic Unit, Lecture Theatre 1, Broomfield Hospital, CM1 7ET     For a site map click here

Parking: Please note that the parking on site is very limited. Please use park and ride facility. 

Programme: 

0930 – 1000 Registration

1000-1100 Diarrhoea (CAP11)  - Dr Sethan Saverymuttu, Gastro-enterologist

1100-1200 Palpitations (CAP25) – Dr Reto Gamma, Cardiologist

1200-1215 Tea/coffee

1215 – 1315 Chest pain (CAP7) – Dr Ajay Thomas, EM Physician

1315 – 1330 Penthrox – Mr Damian Reynolds, Galen Pharma

1330 – 1400 LUNCH sponsored by Galen Pharmaceuticals

1400 – 1445 Audit & QIP (CC22) -Dr James Klewe, EM Physician

1445 – 1500 – Tea

1500-15:45 Health promotion and public health (CC16) – Dr Kirthivasan Ramanathan, Stroke Physician

1545 – 1615 Vomiting and Nausea (CAP36) – Dr Pawan Gupta, EM Physician

1615-1630 – TPD information/ AOB

ACCS CT1 Training Day - Friday 1st November 2019 or Thursday 7th November 2019

To be attended by all ACCS CT1 trainees irrespective of parent speciality. 

PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS IS A SPLIT SITE TRAINING DAY; the training day will be held on Friday 1st November 2019 at Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Kings Lynn and on Thursday 7th November 2019 at Princess Alexandra Hospital Please attend the date and venue which is most convenient to you.

Host 1: Queen Elizabeth Hospital - Friday 1st November 2019

Venue: Lecture Theatre, Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Gayton Road, King's Lynn. PE30 4ET. (For a hospital map please click here)

Parking: Pay and display - cards and cash taken. Cost of parking can be reclaimed from study leave budget.

Programme: 

09:30 - 10:00: Registration and Coffee 

10:00 – 10:15: Introduction to Training Day – Drs. Keanan & Nabeel 

10:15- 11:00: Decision making and Clinical Reasoning – Dr. Tong 

11:00 - 11:45: The Patient as the Central Focus of Care – Dr. Sebuwufu 

11:45 – 12:00: Coffee Break 

12:00 - 12:45: Aggressive /Disturbed Behaviour – Dr. Sadeghi

12:45 -13:45: Lunch 

13:45- 14:45: Confusion and Acute Delirium – Dr. Barbar 

14:45 - 15:00: Coffee Break 

15:00 - 15:45: Fever – Dr. Altemimi 

15:45- 16:00: Closing Remarks and Feedback Forms – Drs. Keanan & Nabeel 

 

Host 2: Princess Alexandra Hospital - Thursday 7th November 2019

Venue: PGMEC, Parndon Hall, Princess Alexandra Hospital, Hamstel Road, Harlow, CM20 1QX. For a site map please click here

Parking: please park in the main car park – this is pay and display, you can pay by credit card. Cost of parking can be reclaimed from study leave budget.

Programme: 

09:30 – 10:00            Arrival, Registration and Refreshments

10:00 – 10:15            Welcome and Introduction                               Mr Suneil Ramnani

10:15 – 11:00            The Aggressive/Disturbed Patient                   Dr Roberta Branisteanu

11:00 – 11:15            Break

11:15 – 12:15            Fever                                                                     Mr Suneil Ramnani

12:15 – 12:45            ‘Penthrox’                                                             Damian Reynolds

12:45 – 13:30            Lunch sponsored by Galen Pharmaceuticals

13:30 – 14:15            Decision Making and                                         Dr Juan Vilarino-Varela

                                  Clinical Reasoning

14:15 – 15:00            Acute Delirium                                                    Dr Nurdin Hajinur​

15:00 – 15:30            Break

15:30 – 16:15            The Unconscious Patient                              Dr Teifion Davies

16:15 – 16:30            Feedback, Summary                                         Mr Suneil Ramnani

                                    and Close     

 

 

ACCS CT1 Training Day - Tuesday 17th December 2019

This training was originally scheduled to take place on Friday 6th December 2019. All trainees and Specialty Tutors informed of change of date by email on 2nd October 2019

To be attended by all ACCS CT1 trainees irrespective of parent speciality. 

Host: Basildon Hospital

Topics: 

  • Valid consent
  • Legal framework for practice
  • Blackout/collapse
  • Syncope and pre-syncope
  • Oliguria

Venue: Rooms B2 and B3 Education Centre, Basildon Hospital, Nethermayne, Basildon, Essex, SS16 5NL

Please click here for a site map.  Please report to reception and they will guide you. 

Parking: Basildon hospital has a large multi-storey car park, however parking can be an big issue in the morning so please allow quite plenty of time for parking, you can claim the parking charge( in addition to mileage )through your study leave. Consider Car sharing

Programme: 

 

TIME

 

TOPIC

 

SPEAKER

 

 

10:00

 

 

REGISTRATION AND COFFEE

 

 

10:10

 

 

Introduction

 

Mr Saad Abdulla, Consultant in EM

Unit Train Director-Basildon

 

 

10:20

 

 

 

Legal Framework for Emergency Medicine Practice

 

Mr Saad Abdulla, Consultant in EM

Unit Training Director-Basildon

 

11:10

 

 

 

Syncope and Pre-Syncope

 

Dr Godwin Simon. Consultant Acute Physician and Clinical Lead-AMU

 

11:50

 

 

Coffee Break

 

12:00

 

 

 

Pacemaker and other implantable cardiac devices

 

Mr Jason Collinson Highly Specialist Cardiac Physiologist, CTC - Basildon

 

12:45

 

 

 

Lunch and Sponsor Presentation (Mr Barry Blignaut)

 

13:20

 

 

 

Valid Consent

 

Dr Olu Ojo ST5 EM

 

13:50

 

 

Oliguria

 

Dr Georgia Winnett, Consultant Renal Physician and Associate Dean, HEEoE

 

14:30

 

 

 

Falls in the elderly

 

Dr Deepika Chhabra, Consultant Acute physician-AMU

 

15:10

 

Simulation

 

Mr Renga Subramanian, Consultant EM and Simulation Lead

 

 

16:00

 

Summary and Closure

ACCS CT1 Training Day - Friday 31st January 2020

To be attended by all ACCS CT1 trainees irrespective of parent specialty.

PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS IS A SPLIT SITE TRAINING DAY; the training day will be held at James Paget Hospital and Addenbrooke's Hospital. Please attend the venue which is most convenient to you.

Topics: 

  • Principles of quality and safety improvement
  • Infection control
  • Breathlessness
  • Cough
  • Pain management
  • Septic patient

Host 1: James Paget Hospital

Venue: Breydon Room, Education and Training Centre 1st floor, James Paget University Hospital, Gorleston Great Yarmouth NR31 6LA.​

Parking: trainees can park in Car Park E (it is much bigger than it appears on the map) and press the intercom button on arrival explaining that they are here for a regional A&E training day they should be let in. If car park E is full try the overflow car park.

Unfortunately as with most hospitals the car parks are incredibly busy and by 0900 mostly full. we cannot guarantee a space. Parking on surrounding roads is largely permit holders only and cars regularly get parking tickets. If unable to park on site it is possible to park on the Marine Parade or Links Road which are a 5-10 minute walk away. we have attached a map and marked these roads in red. we have allowed 30 minutes for registration so you will have sufficient time to park and walk if necessary

Cost of parking can be reclaimed from study leave budget. Please ensure that you bring a packed lunch or money to purchase food on site.

Programme: (For a PDF version please click here)

09:30 Registration and coffee
10:00 Introduction – Dr Jon Baldry Consultant in Emergency Medicine
10:05 Case studies in Respiratory medicine Dr Laura Maclean Chief Resident in EM
10:45 Breathlessness Dr Tom Martin Speciailist Registrar in Respiratory Medicine
11:30 Coffee
11:45 Non invasive ventilation Dr Emily Russell Consultant in Acute Medicine
12:45 Hyperbaric Medicine Dr Duncan Peacock Consultant in Emergency Medicine
13:30 Lunch
14:15 Principles of Quality Improvement Julie Smith Head of Compliance and Quality
Improvement
15:15 Sepsis
15:45 Summary and close​

 

Host 2: Addenbrooke's Hospital

Venue: Alice Fisher Lecture Theatre, Addenbrooke's Hospital, Hills Road, Cambridge, CB2 0QQ    Please click for a site map here

The Alice Fisher Lecture Theatre is located in the 'S Wards' building. Please enter the 'S Block' building main entrance (shown as a green rectangle on map) and continue straight ahead to enter the foyer of the lecture theatre. As you walk through into the foyer the entrance doors to the lecture theatre are of your left.

Please note that the parking onsite is expensive for the full day and we are unable to offer subsidised parking. However the hospital is well linked to 3 local park and ride sites. Further details can be located here

Cost of parking can be reclaimed from study leave budget. Please ensure that you bring a packed lunch or money to purchase food on site.

Programme: 

8.30 – Registration and coffee

9.00 –10.00:  Respiratory causes of shortness of breath:  Dr Yasmin Sultan, EM Consultant, Addenbrookes Hospital

10.00 –11.00: Quality Improvement – Dr Sue Robinson, EM Consultant, Addenbrookes Hospital

11.00- 11.15: Coffee

11.15-12.00 : Infection control –Dr Sue Robinson, EM Consultant, Addenbrookes Hospital

12.00-13.00: cardiac causes of breathlessness /acute heart failure –Dr Unni Krishnan, Consultant Cardiologist, Addenbrookes & Royal Papworth Hospitals

13.00-14.00: lunch

14.00-15.00: Sepsis –Dr Sarah Hazleman, Consultant in Emergency Medicine and Pre-Hospital Emergency Medicine

15.00- 16.00: Acute Pain Management –Dr Patricia mills, Consultant in Anaesthetics, Critical Care Medicine & Pre-Hospital Emergency Medicine, West Suffolk Hospital

16.00-16.15: Coffee

16.15-17.00: Cough –Dr Yasmin Sultan, EM Consultant, Addenbrookes Hospital

 

ACCS CT2 Anaesthetics Introductory Day - Friday 7th February 2020

To be attended by all ACCS CT2 trainees commencing Anaesthetics in February 2020

Host: School of Anaesthetics 

Time: 12:30 - 17:00hrs

Venue: Michael Salmon Building, Anglia Ruskin University (Chelmsford Campus)  Site Map

Unfortunately there is no lunch provided, so please eat before you arrive. There is limited parking in Rectory Lane West car park - so please consider coming by train or sharing lifts. Parking is best at the Chelmer Valley park & ride (CM3 3PR) as the bus goes straight to the Anglia Ruskin University.

Programme:

12:30             Coffee and Registration

                      Please obtain your WiFi code at reception and log in

13:00             Welcome and Introduction to the School                         

13:20             Breakout session

Core Anaesthesia / ACCS CT 2 Anaesthesia

ACCS CT 2 EM / AM

Where to start

Workbook

IAC

LLLP

Logbook

Exams

Teaching programmes

ARCP

Timeline

Where to find information

ACCS Workbook

e-Portfolio

IAC

Introduction to Anaesthesia

ARCP + checklist

Teaching programmes

Locums

Timeline

Other to do’s

 

14:30             Coffee

 

14:45

         

Core Anaesthesia / ACCS CT 2 Anaesthesia

ACCS CT 2 EM / AM

Where to start

Workbook

IAC

LLLP

Logbook

Exams

Teaching programmes

ARCP

Where to find information

ACCS Workbook

e-Portfolio

IAC

Introduction to Anaesthesia

ARCP

Teaching programmes

Locums

Other to do’s

16:00             Resilience – Matt Simpson                                     

16:15             Trainee representative – starting anaesthetics – Amrit Jandu                                                  

16:30             Questions                                                                             

16:40               Summary and close                                     

ACCS CT1 & CT2 Emergency Medicine Training Day - Friday 7th February 2020

To be attended by all ACCS CT1 & CT2 Emergency Medicine Trainees

Host: Peterborough City Hospital

Topics: 

  • History taking
  • Evidence and guidelines
  • Head injury
  • Poisoning

Venue: The Salvation Army, 1203 Bourges Boulevard, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, PE1 2AU. Click here for google maps

Directions and parking: please allow sufficient traveling time. There are roadworks on the A47 roundabout, and a main road in the city centre is closed which is having an effect on the whole system.

Parking on site is free.

Please bring a packed lunch with you as there are no local facilities to purchase lunch from. Refreshments will be provided. 

Programme: 

 

 

Faculty

Room

0930-0950

 Breakfast & Registrations

 

0950-1000

 Welcome

 

1000-1045

 Head Injury

 

Emmaus Worship Hall

1045-1100

Coffee

1100-1230

History Taking – workshops

Jeyanthy Rajkanna

Cat Thompson

Athar Yasin

New England Room

Stable Room

Rainbow Room

1230-1330

Lunch

1330-1440

Evidence & Guidelines workshops

Athar Yasin

Jeff Mercer

New England Room

1440-1500

Tea

1500-1550

Poisoning

Cat Thompson

New England Room

1550-1600

Close

 
ACCS CT1 Training Day - Friday 6th March 2020

To be attended by all ACCS CT1 trainees irrespective of parent speciality. 

Host: Southend Hospital

Topics: 

  • Team working and patient safety
  • Personal behaviour
  • Abdominal pain
  • Abdominal swelling, mass and constipation
  • Rash

Venue: 

Lecture Theatre, Education Centre, Southend University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, Prittlewell Chase, Westcliff on Sea, Essex, SS0 0RY. 

For directions including parking information click here      Cost of parking and travelling expenses can be claimed back from your study leave budget. 

For a site map click here

Programme: 

 

Time

 

Topic

 

Speaker / Room- Lecture Theatre unless otherwise stated

09:00-09:30

Registration and Breakfast

Exhibition area

09:30 - 10.20

Rashes

Dr Naz Hoque

10.20 - 11.10

Team working & Patient Safety

Dr Syed Shah

11:10 - 11: 25

Tea/Coffee Break

Exhibition area

 

11.25 - 12.10

Personal Behaviour

Dr Michael Acidri

 

12.10 - 12.25

Sponsorship talk

 

 

12:25 - 13:25

 

Lunch – sponsored by Apixaban Rep

Exhibition Area

13: 25 - 14:10

 

Abdo swelling

Dr Sorin Negrea

 

14:10 - 15:00

Abdominal pain and Loin Pain

Dr Sajad Hussain

15.00-15.15

Tea/Coffee Break

Exhibition area

 

15.15 - 16.00

Imaging

Dr Antoine Azzi

1600

Close

 

Lecture Theatre

ACCS CT1 Training Day - Friday 3rd April 2020 *** CANCELLED ***

 

Following the escalation of COVID-19 Coronavirus in Europe and the UK, and as a precautionary measure we have decided to cancel the ACCS Training Day which was due to take place on 3rd April

We are disappointed to have to cancel this training day however the wellbeing of our trainees is essential.

If you have been given study leave to attend the training day, please contact your trust who will be able to advise your working requirements (if any) for the day.

All other School events are currently due to proceed but we will continue to review the situation daily. We will advise trainees as soon as possible should any further cancellations become necessary. 

Thank you for understanding and cooperation in this matter. 

ACCS CT1 & CT2 Emergency Medicine Training Day - Friday 1st May 2020 *** CANCELLED ***

The School has taken the difficult decision to further extend the cancellation of all training activities and events until the end of May. 

Further announcements will be made in the coming weeks for events from June onwards, as we continue to monitor the ever-changing situation.

We recognise the importance of the activities and events and are looking into alternative ways to bring this to you including an online learning platform. We will keep you updated as this piece of work progresses.

If you are concerned about work or training, please do hesitate to contact your Training Programme Director or any of the Schools Operational Team. 

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ACCS Regional Teaching - Wednesday 3rd June 2020

East of England ACCS CT1 and CT2 trainees, 

You are invited to attend the first ACCS regional teaching session which is taking place on Wednesday 3rd June, 09:00-11:00hrs.

These sessions will take place every Wednesday between 09:00 – 11:00hrs and will take place instead of the monthly face to face training days. Please ensure you inform your rota coordinators accordingly.

Internal study leave should be reinstated now that Trusts are looking at plans for return to business as usual,  any time spent viewing online content should accrue into normal study leave allowances. We plan to run these up to the end of December, after which the hope is that we can meet again face to face.

The meeting ID and password have been sent to your email addresses. 

Programme:

  • Introduction to online learning platform, future training days, study leave arrangements
  • Presentation – COVID-19
  • Question and answer session

Meeting guidelines

·         We recommend downloading Zoom on your phone or personal computer in advance of the session, and joining 5-10 minutes before the official start time.

·         You will automatically be placed on mute when joining the meeting - please do not unmute yourself unless speaking in the session.

·         We will be recording the sessions which will be made available post event for trainees that were unable to attend the live session - by dialling into the meeting, you are agreeing to participate in a recorded session.

·         Please be aware that no sensitive or patient-identifiable data will be discussed during these meetings unless consent has been obtained in advance.

ACCS Regional Teaching - Wednesday 10th June 2020

Teaching will be delivered by an Online Learning Platform. Further details will be published once available 

Time: TBC

ACCS Regional Teaching - Wednesday 17th June 2020

Teaching will be delivered by an Online Learning Platform. Further details will be published once available 

Time: TBC

ACCS Regional Teaching - Wednesday 24th June 2020

Teaching will be delivered by an Online Learning Platform. Further details will be published once available 

Time: TBC

ACCS Regional Teaching - Wednesday 1st July 2020

Teaching will be delivered by an Online Learning Platform. Further details will be published once available 

Time: TBC

ACCS Regional Teaching - Wednesday 8th July 2020

Teaching will be delivered by an Online Learning Platform. Further details will be published once available 

Time: TBC

ACCS Regional Teaching - Wednesday 15th July 2020

Teaching will be delivered by an Online Learning Platform. Further details will be published once available 

Time: TBC

ACCS Regional Teaching - Wednesday 22nd July 2020

Teaching will be delivered by an Online Learning Platform. Further details will be published once available 

Time: TBC

ACCS Regional Teaching - Wednesday 29th July 2020

Teaching will be delivered by an Online Learning Platform. Further details will be published once available 

Time: TBC

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