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Frequently asked questions

What facilities/skills do local organisers need to host a day?

·         a room large enough for the number of delegates

·         other rooms sufficient for anticipated numbers to divide into small groups (up to 5) for workshops – these break-out rooms are very important to the quality of the day

·         good audio-visual equipment (a computer that takes PowerPoint, an OHP, a video with sufficient sound quality for the training room, flipcharts and lots of marker pens that work!)

·         good food, coffee, tea, water etc.

·         a detailed site visit by local organisers to ensure that a named person is responsible for logistics: refreshments, room organisation and all the complications that can occur on the day

·         good organisation skills and back-up administration

·         ideas and ability to market courses locally

·         ideas to attract (and influence) stroke service providers beyond your immediate team members to broaden the audience and maybe spread the cost.   

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