Brighton Centre wins College of Occupational Therapists Conference

The Brighton Centre has won its bid for the College of Occupational Therapists Conference in 2014 and 2015.
The event was last at the venue before its £1m refurbishment last year. Jacinta Scannell from the Conference Collective, the professional conference organiser for the event, says: “Alongside the venue’s obvious improvements, a key selling point when opting for the venue is the location. Close to Gatwick Airport and only an hour from London, with excellent travel links, the Brighton Centre provides ease of access to our delegates nationwide.”
The College of Occupational Therapists is the professional body that represents the occupational therapy sector on both a national and international basis. Promoting and campaigning on behalf of its members, the college also helps to set the professional and educational standards for the profession. With 800 delegates expected to be in attendance, the conference is key in the occupational therapy calendar and will influence the activities of the forthcoming year.
Howard Barden, General Manager for the Brighton Centre, says: “This past year we have managed to turn the perception of the Brighton Centre around, with its fresh new appearance and excellent facilities. Our location is a key aspect that attracts many of our clients to the venue, including the COT’s annual conference.”
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