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Monday, October 1, 2018 - 06:42
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We are looking forward to the next CiviCamp in the UK! With only a few days to go we thought you might be interested to hear which sessions we’ve got lined up. If you’ve not booked on, there are still a few places so please get in soon.

We’ve been busy in the background confirming sessions and making sure everything is in place for a great day. For those planning travel or needing information about the venue, you can check out the information here:

https://civicrm.org/sites/civicrm.org/files/civicrm/persist/contribute/files/STC_Visitor_Information.pdf

The day starts at 9:30 for registrations and then we start the first workshop at 10am, finishing the day at 5pm.

We’ve got a varied list of sessions that should appeal to all, whether you’re just getting started or a seasoned veteran.

For those who are new to CiviCRM, there is a general introduction, followed by sessions on the events, membership and report modules. We are also very grateful to our guests from user-organisations who are coming to share their experiences: Leeds Asylum Seekers’ Support Network, and the Green Party of Ireland.

For those who are interested in some of the recent developments, there are sessions in CiviHR, GDPR and the new CiviCase extension. Finally, for those who are more interested in getting ‘under the hood’, we have more advanced sessions covering Drupal Webforms and Views, and a session looking at the CiviCRM API.

The lightening talks will bring news of new developments, including ones for CiviMember, the new Contact Layout Editor and the upcoming Form Builder. The day will be topped off with the ‘Birds of a Feather’ sessions, allowing participants to put in requests for their own topics for discussion and hear solutions from other users and developers.

For any questions about the event, please contact Rose Lanigan rose@ruzasolutions.co.uk

If you have questions specifically about the venue, please contact the St Thomas Centre on st.thomas@gmcvo.org.uk or 0161 277 1010

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Looking forward to the event!