Craft your Career Day and AGM.

You are warmly invited to attend the Cilip Wales Craft Your Career Day & AGM on Monday 20 November 2017 at Swansea University. The day will include presentations on the Future of the Profession, empowering new and established professionals alike to explore skill sets and emerging roles within the profession such as Data Scientist.

Professional Registration Workshop and Mentor Information and Support Session

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This free event is split into two sessions, the morning will focus on the different levels of professional registration; Certification, Chartership and Fellowship and will cover reflective writing and developing a portfolio and is aimed at those thinking about embarking on the Certification or Chartership or at the start of the process.

The afternoon will be an opportunity for existing mentors to meet and for those interested in the role to come and meet our Mentor Support Officer to find out more about the role.

LILAC 2017

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LILAC 2017 will be taking place at Swansea University's beautiful Bay Campus, from 10th-12th April 2017. Bookings for LILAC 2017 are now open at our discounted early bird rate. The early bird rate is only available until 10th February.

If you are a member of the IL Group, you get a discounted rate even after the early bird deadline.

CILIP Cymru Wales Conference 2017

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This year our conference is at Venue Cymru in the beautiful seaside town of Llandudno.The conference is open to delegates from all levels and sectors of the Information profession and it is the perfect event to share experiences, foster new relationships and inspire new professionals. Bookings are open until the 4th of May.

Our themes are:

  • Health: partnerships, information, opportunities for working cross sectors
  • Privacy: responsibilities of the profession
  • Copyright: sharing of information, images, music, research