Symposium is the UK’s leading independent provider of HR training, conferences and webinars.
Due to the COVID outbreak, we are currently only running virtual events.
Most of our popular training topics will be available to book and attend online. Please see below for our forthcoming webinars.
Contact us here or call us on 020 7231 5100 if you have any further queries.
Forthcoming Virtual Events
These events are run ‘live’, via an online webinar service, with speakers and trainers presenting on the day and available interactive sessions and Q&As. Recorded versions of some events may also be available following the live version.
These recordings from live events offer a valuable ‘second chance’ to ‘attend’ the event if you missed the orginal date or to re-watch content if you were an attendee on the live date.
Hear exclusive insights from Chris Havard - before his talk at the 2019 Apprentices and School Leavers conference Having seen the apprenticeship market develop over the past few years you have extensive experience of what has worked well and what still needs...
Emma is Head of Workplace Wellbeing at MIND. Emma joined Mind in 2007 and since 2010 has led MIND's campaigning for mentally healthy workplaces - playing a pivotal role in thought leadership to position mental health in the workplace as a key priority for employers...
Melanie joined the CIPD research team in 2017. She conducts research in a variety of areas, including learning and development and diversity and inclusion. Recent research includes evidence assessments on ethical behaviour at work, the case for diversity and inclusion...
Adrian Thomas is a recognised expert in Human Resources and Recruitment, with experience spanning over 35 years. He has worked for some of the UK’s largest employers within the pharmaceutical, finance and transportation sectors. Following submission of his review of...
HR Blog Posts
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A new report has revealed that more dads than ever before (58 per cent) are now actively involved in day to day parenting and are looking for workplace flexibility, which is still not currently provided by the majority of UK employers.
A new recruitment strategy is ready to be adopted by the NHS in England, which has revealed it will turn to Mumsnet to help recruit nurses as part of a package of measures to fill vacancies in the health service.