CAPH Conference at the Eden Project
Thursday 17th & Friday 18th October 2019
How to book & FAQs
How do I view the programme to see what’s on?
Visit https://www.caph.org.uk/web/caph_at_eden_2019/346830 to view the programme. It is also hosted on https://caphedenconference2019.sched.com.
How do I book my place?
Complete the registration form available at CAPH Eden Registration Form. Attendance is free for all members of staff in CAPH member schools.
How do I view my schedule after I have booked?
Once you’ve registered you will receive an email giving access to https://caphedenconference2019.sched.com where you can view your personal schedule and full details about the venue and timings.
I’ve changed my mind about which sessions I want to attend, how can I change them?
You can change which sessions you are attending at https://caphedenconference2019.sched.com. The programme shows the availability for each session, if a session is fully booked you can add yourself to the waiting list, however please note you will no longer have a place reserved on your original session.
I can’t access https://caphedenconference2019.sched.com to view my schedule?
You must have first registered at CAPH Eden Registration Form to be given access.
Our school is closing for an inset day and all staff will be attending, can I do a group booking?
I would like to attend for just one or two sessions, not the whole day, is this OK?
Yes no problem! Please book the sessions you wish to attend, and select ‘not attending’ for the others that day. Please let us know if you will want lunch.
Is everything free of charge to my school?
Yes! Places for all school staff are funded through your CAPH membership, this includes lunch & refreshment. To cover costs CAPH incurs, we may have to charge for late cancellations and no-shows on the day (see next question).
I am no longer able to attend and need to cancel my place.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know if you can no longer attend. We may have to charge to cover costs for cancellations received after Wednesday 9th October.
I need help!
Please email email@example.com or call 01726 212892 for help with any of the above or other questions about the event.
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