Dates for RPP Professional Review events for 2015

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Posted by APM on 9th Sep 2014

Dates for RPPProfessional Review events for 2015are listed below:

Please e-mail to advise of your availability by Friday, 17 October 14.

To begin with, January - June 2015 events will be allocated by the end of October 2014. If you have not been contacted by that time,please assume youhave not been allocated to events taking place between January and June 2015. Further communications are sent to allocated assessorsfor eacheventapproximately 2-3 weeks in advance.

The remaining events for July December 2015 will be assigned by the end of 2014.

As always, the events are subject to cancellation depending on candidate numbers which cannot be predicted or finalised until much closer to the date. Once allocated, should assessors no longer be requiredAPM will endeavour to advise with at least 2 weeks' notice.

Likewise, depending on demand, it may be necessary for APM to seek additional assessor resource: if this is the case, a communication will either be added to this area orassessors will be contacted directly.

If you have been allocated to an event andyour availability changes, it is vital thatAPM is notified as soon as possible bycontacting

ETC Venues Maple House,Birmingham :

Tuesday, 10 February 15

Tuesday, 27 October 15

Tuesday, 23 June 15


Wednesday, 28 January 15

Tuesday, 10 March 15

Tuesday, 19 May 15

Tuesday, 14 July 15

Tuesday, 15 September 15

Tuesday, 17 November 15

De Vere Venues Cheadle House, Manchester:

Tuesday, 21 April 15

Wednesday, 26 August 15

Tuesday, 08 December 15

Many thanksfor your flexibility.

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