Date: 19 April 2018

Venue: Brownbill Associates Ltd, Kille House, Chinnor Road, Thame, OX9 3NU



  • Registration 9.30am

  • Forum Starts 10am

  • Ends 4pm

Cost: BABICM Members = £50 pp

Due to popular demand, the CQC Forum will take place again in April 2018, to give BABICM colleagues the opportunity to share experiences of the registration and inspection process, as well as the challenges for brain injury case managers and case management organisations in managing compliance issues.

Laura Seagar, Brownbill Associates Ltd, will lead the Forum.

Laura has experience of being a registered manager, within the field of case management, and is a member of the Training and Events Group (TEG) for BABICM  Laura has been an advanced member of BABICM since 2014, she is also a senior case manager, with a complex caseload of client’s, including both children and adults.

The day will be run on a workshop format and lively participation from all attendees will be encouraged. This day will be about sharing practice experiences, brain storming, and offering helpful hints and solutions.  The day will focus on one of the five questions asked by CQC: Are they well led?

Sughra Nazir, Care Quality Compliance Consultant will be facilitating a practice sharing session focussing on hot topics raised by contributors, and providing some insight into how to evidence being Well-led.

Sughra is a Care Quality and compliance consultant, a social worker, former CQC inspector and national lead. Sughra has worked in social care for 24 years in care management, regulation and service delivery. She has considerable experience of supporting services to achieve good and Outstanding ratings as well as CQC registration and turnaround experience.


The day is suitable for: 

  • Case Managers who are CQC Registered Managers
  • Individuals working in Case Management organisations who may not be Registered Managers but who have responsibilities for maintaining compliance.


We will include sessions on:

  • Shared experiences of registration and inspection
  • The latest guidance from CQC on the new ratings system
  • How to meet requirements cost effectively
  • The role of audit in service management, and;
  • How the Forums can help BABICM and its members in the future.


We will ask you in advance for your topics for discussion (as part of the application process) and your contributions will be expected in order to tailor the programme to reflect pertinent and current issues.

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